A trailer has been released for Jen’s new movie Nine Lives featuring Kevin Spacey, Christopher Walken, and Robbie Amell.
As we are getting closer to the release of Jen’s film Miracles from Heaven production stills are being released. I have added some new ones to the gallery.
– Jennifer Garner Online > 2016 | Miracles From Heaven
Found a bunch of new stills from Jennifer’s film “Catch and Release” that she filmed back in 2006 where she starred as Grey.
US Weekly talked with Jennifer about her hairstylist Adir Abergel that she presented an award to last night.
Mom hair, don’t care! Jennifer Garner admitted to having “mom-chic” hair while presenting an award to her hairstylist of 15 years — Adir Abergel — at the first-ever Marie Claire Image Maker Awards at Chateau Marmont in L.A. on Tuesday, January 12.
Although Garner, 43, was blown away by the roped braid Abergel created for Rooney Mara at the 2016 Golden Globes, she has faith he’d never take such risks on her own head. “I have no funk. It would not go,” the Miracles from Heaven star said. “But he knows that. And he knows how to give me mussed-up, undone mom-chic. He gets me. He gets my hair.”
Abergel, who works with Reese Witherspoon and Anne Hathaway, also knows how to give Garner, who split from Ben Affleck in July, confidence. “When all is said and done, and he’s sprayed you into place, you kind of look in the mirror and go, ‘Ah, wow. Thank you. Oh, that’s lovely. I wish I had a date!'”
Garner raves about Abergel’s professional talents, but it’s his friendship that she counts on the most. “[When] all else fails, like the bottom drops out of your life, you call Adir,” she explained.
Throughout the festivities, an insider tells Us Weekly, Garner looked happier than ever and was absolutely radiant in her platform heels and silver Prada dress. “She couldn’t stop smiling as she chatted with girlfriends at the party,” they observed.
Last night Jennifer attended Marie Claire’s inaugural Image Maker Awards. She wore a beautiful blue Prada dress to the event. Jennifer presented an award to her hairstylist Adir Abergel.
– Jennifer Garner Online > 2016 > January 12 | Marie Claire’s Image Maker Awards
– Jennifer Garner Online > 2016 > January 12 | Marie Claire’s Image Maker Awards – Inside
– Jennifer Garner Online > 2016 > January 12 | Marie Claire’s Image Maker Awards – Ceremony
I have added captures from Jennifer’s performance in her film Danny Collins to the gallery. Thank you to Mary for sharing these with us!
– Jennifer Garner Online > FILMS > Danny Collins > Captures | Film
Variety has exclusively shared the news of Jennifer’s new project!
Jennifer Garner is starring opposite Bryan Cranston as his wife in the drama “Wakefield” with Robin Swicord directing from her own script.
Production has started in Los Angeles. Bonnie Curtis and Julie Lynn are producing through their Mockingbird Pictures banner with Broadway producers Wendy Federman and Carl Moellenberg.
The film is based on a short story of the same name by E.L. Doctorow — which is a retelling of a story by Nathaniel Hawthorne, also called “Wakefield” — about a man who unexpectedly leaves his wife for an extended period of time.
Cranston revealed the project during a November interview on “The Howard Stern Radio Show,” explaining that he will play a married Manhattan lawyer who sees a raccoon in the attic of his home and winds up staying in the attic for several months due to a nervous breakdown. He also said his character will become romantically involved with a younger woman at some point in the story.
Cranston’s character will depart his family after being left stranded and recalling a fight he had with his wife the previous night. When he arrives at home, he decides not to enter his house but instead climbs the stairs of his carriage house-turned-garage up to the attic space — and lives there for the next nine months, emerging only at night and rummaging through trash cans for food while watching his family adjust to life without him much faster than he expects.
Curtis and Lynn partnered under the Mockingbird Pictures banner after “Albert Nobbs,” which was nominated for three Academy Awards. Mockingbird produced “Last Days in the Desert,” which premiered at Sundance, and Rob Spera’s “The Sweet Life,” which is currently in post-production.
Federman and Moellenberg have together won 11 Tony Awards for Broadway productions including “Hair,” “Spring Awakening,” “War Horse,” “Pippin,” “Death of a Salesman” and “Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime.” They also produced last year’s Broadway hit “All the Way,” for which Cranston won a Tony as Lyndon B. Johnson.
“We joyfully supported Bryan on his way to the Tony stage with ‘All the Way,’ and we are looking forward to joining him on this cinematic journey with ‘Wakefield,’” said Federman and Moellenberg.
Red Granite International is handling foreign sales.
Garner is starring in Robbie Brenner’s The Tribes of Palos Verdes, and will next appear in Columbia’s “Miracles from Heaven” and in Barry Sonnenfeld’s “Nine Lives.”
Cranston is currently starring in “Trumbo” as blacklisted screenwriter Dalton Trumbo, directed by Jay Roach, and will be seen in drug-sting drama “The Infiltrator.” He won five Emmys for “Breaking Bad.”
Swicord’s screenplay credits include “Memoirs of a Geisha,” “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” and “The Jane Austen Book Club,” which she also directed.
Jennifer talks her new film “Miracles from Heaven” with People.com as the trailer has been released.
Sometimes what you need is a miracle.
That’s exactly what Christy Beam and her husband prayed for night after night in the upcoming film Miracles from Heaven – and PEOPLE has an exclusive first look at the trailer.
Starring Jennifer Garner, the film tells the emotional story of Beam’s 12-year-old daughter Annabel, who survived a 30-ft. fall from a tree and told her parents she had visited heaven – then was inexplicably cured from her terminal digestive disorder.
“He told me I’d be fine,” Annabel, played by Kylie Rogers 11, says in the trailer as Garner looks at her in disbelief.
For additional photos from set and more from Jennifer Garner, pick up the latest issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday
And for Garner, 43, reading Beam’s memoir for the first time made the decision to sign on to the film an easy one.
“I stayed awake all night after reading Miracles from Heaven,” she told PEOPLE in this week’s issue. “There was something about this family, this mother and daughter, and this telling of the story that I felt I just had to be a part of.”
Garner, a mother of three, says she felt “very maternal” towards Kylie and bonded with her younger costar “over crafts and books and braiding hair.”
“She is special beyond compare,” she adds.
Producer Joe Roth agrees, noting that their bond certainly translates on-screen.
“[Garner] made Kylie feel really comfortable,” Roth tells PEOPLE. “You never don’t feel that they’re mother and daughter.”
Also starring Queen Latifah and Martin Henderson, Miracles from Heaven hits theaters March 18, 2016.
“When people see this movie I hope they are reminded of the power of love and hope and family and prayer,” says Garner.
Sony has released the trailer for Jennifer’s new film “Miracles From Heaven”
Based on a true story, “Miracles from Heaven” focuses on a young girl, Annabel Beam, who miraculously overcomes an incurable, life-threatening digestive disorder. After she is dramatically rescued from a near-death experience, a stunning series of miracles unfold that leave her family, her medical doctors and community baffled. The film is based on the book of the same name written by Christy Beam, the mother of young Annabel.
This weekend Jennifer attended the American Cinematheque Award where they honored Jennifer’s friend actress Reese Witherspoon. images from the night were added to our gallery!
– Jennifer Garner Online > 2015 > October 30 | American Cinematheque Award Honoring Reese Witherspoon
– Jennifer Garner Online > 2015 > October 30 | American Cinematheque Award Honoring Reese Witherspoon – Audience
– Jennifer Garner Online > 2015 > October 30 | American Cinematheque Award Honoring Reese Witherspoon – Ceremony
– Jennifer Garner Online > 2015 > October 30 | American Cinematheque Award Honoring Reese Witherspoon – Backstage