The “Leftovers” actor, who married the 46-year-old actress in August, shared that Aniston gets “upset” when he spends hours playing “Call of Duty: Black Ops 3” at their Bel Air home in California, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
“Wifey does not play. She is like, ‘Where are you?’ She still doesn’t see it as a social app. Like, I am hanging out with my friends – technically – and she’s like, ‘No. You are sitting there watching a TV playing a game.’ She’s not understanding,” E! News quoted the 44-year-old as saying.
But Theroux isn’t surprised that Aniston doesn’t share his love of gaming.
“Well, it looks weird when you walk in and they’re just sitting there screaming into a headset and they’re killing each other. I’m going to war, and she’s not understanding. Then I come back from war and she’s upset,” he said.
But he insists his hobby doesn’t really cause any problems between them as “she knows that I love it, so she’s very tolerant,” he added.