SHINING VALE Star Courteney Cox Covers INSTYLE’s Spring Digital Issue

Posted on April 14, 2022

Courteney Cox sits down with InStyle to talk about launching Homecourt, a super-clean home-care brand with great scents, directing a music video for Brandi Carlile, Pizza nights with Ed Sheeran, Elton John, Lisa Kudro and Jennifer Aniston, plus admitting she finally is kind of a Monica.





  • On Instagram: “Coco gets really embarrassed by a lot of the things I put on Instagram,” Cox says. “Sometimes, I’ll find something on TikTok and put it on Instagram and she’ll say, ‘Mom, that is so over.’ Once, I did this dance, and she was mortified [laughs]. And actually, when I look back, I’m kind of mortified.”


  • On Monica Gellar now: “I think she’d probably be really, really competitive with the other mothers at school,” Cox says. “I think she’d still be a chef and making her kids eat only the healthiest food. She and Chandler would still be married.” But she might not have evolved in a few crucial ways. “When you get older, sometimes you think, ‘I’m just going to let that go — it’s not important.’ I have a feeling everything is still important to Monica.”


  • On her musical gatherings with friends: “I’ve been noticing that I really just love musicians,” she says. “I love the way they think, the way they write. Johnny is such a poet. And the people I’ve met through him, they’re so deep and their conversations are so interesting.”


  • On her work behind the camera: “Weirdly enough, I think I give the best performances in the projects I direct, because I know the material so well,” she says. “You really need to know every word, every camera angle.” She’s currently developing a fictional take on the Netflix true crime documentary Evil Genius, which she’ll direct and produce.




[Photo Credit: Jason Kibbler/InStyle Magazine]

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