"I think that's slowly coming to an end. I really do," she said about talk of their reported rivalry. "I mean, that movie is so beautiful and wonderful and she did such a gorgeous job. I think that it's time people stop with that petty B.S. and just start celebrating great work and stop with the petty kind of silliness."
At this point she's not even frustrated by the constant speculation anymore, she's just ready for everyone to move on.
"It’s just tiresome and old," she added. "It's like an old leather shoe. Let's buy a new pair of shiny shoes."
Reports of a feud between Aniston, 45, and Jolie, 39, started of course after she split with Brad Pitt in 2005 after five years of marriage. Pitt, 51, then entered into a relationship with Jolie after meeting on the set of 2005's Mr. & Mrs. Smith. Jolie later admitted to Vogue in 2006 that the two fell for each other during filming.
"It took until, really, the end of the shoot for us, I think, to realize that it might mean something more than we'd earlier allowed ourselves to believe," she said. "And both knowing that the reality of that was a big thing, something that was going to take a lot of serious consideration."
Pitt and Jolie tied the knot in a surprise wedding ceremony in France in August almost a decade later, and have six children together.
Since then, Aniston has also clearly moved on. The beloved Friends star has been engaged to actor/writer Justin Theroux for two years.
"It's almost impossible to get bored with one another. We've tried so hard!" she gushed about him in November to Harper's Bazaar. "And even that's interesting because his eyes are so pretty, but we can entertain ourselves and talk about endless things, which is pretty great."
Pitt has been the topic of discussion for his famous exes recently, with his ex-fiancée Gwyneth Paltrow dishing on their three-year relationship in a much talked-about interview with Howard Stern this week.