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
Last night Jennifer attended the dinner Chanel threw in honor of Baby2Baby and thanks to Claudia we have pics in our gallery from the event!
I added some new stills from Jen’s film 13 Going on 30 to our gallery.
The Hollywood Reporter had Hollywood determine it’s favorite television shows. Alias made #84!
You can only have ONE favorite show. Here, thousands of the town’s insiders pulled the trigger and name theirs in THR’s first entertainment-industry ranked TV list, as the stars and creators reveal their never-told stories (Bill Cosby as Sam Malone?!).
What’s the best TV show of all time? Who knows? This poll is strictly about favorite shows, the programs people in Hollywood hold nearest to their hearts — that remind them of better times or speak to their inner child or inspire their creativity or just help them unwind after a crappy day at the studio — even if one or two of the programs listed here aren’t exactly masterpieces of the medium.
Last year, THR published the world’s first movie list based on a polling of Hollywood pros. This year’s TV survey was handled in a similar fashion. We asked more than 2,800 industry people — including 779 actors, 365 producers and 268 directors, among others — to choose their favorite series of all time (excluding talk shows and news programs). Although the survey was anonymous, some big names were willing to go on the record. “My favorite is Twin Peaks,” says Damon Lindelof, co-creator of Lost (No. 15 on the list, five above David Lynch’s mystery). “It quite literally changed the way my brain worked.” Mike Hopkins, CEO of Hulu, picks The Sopranos (No. 6). “It’s just classic. It had everything,” he says. But even when respondents didn’t volunteer their own identities for the public, the results of this survey are full of surprises, starting with the show Hollywood chose as its all-time No. 1 favorite.
J.J. Abrams’ spy-fi series put Jennifer Garner in a different wig and clingy outfit every week, but that was only part of its appeal. “It was really about a family that happened to be spies,” says Victor Garber, 66, who played Garner’s spy-boss father. “That’s what made it relatable.”
To see the entire list go here.
I have been working on revamping the gallery … I have uploaded over 37,000 images but there are more to come … check out our new gallery at jengarner.net/images!
Jen attended the taping of a Telecast hosted by the Entertainment Industry Foundation for Teachers & Students that will be broadcast on NBC, ABC and others in the near future.
– Jennifer Garner Online > 2015 > September 11 | Entertainment Industry Foundation Hosts Star-Studded Telecast For Teachers And Students – Inside
– Jennifer Garner Online > 2015 > September 11 | Entertainment Industry Foundation Hosts Star-Studded Telecast For Teachers And Students – Show
We are now at our new host and I have made the decision to give the site an official name … Jennifer Garner Online along with our new url of jengarner.net so be sure to update your bookmarks and follow us on twitter!
Hello Jennifer fans!
Unfortunately our fansite hosting service has closing its doors. As of Monday 10th August, the site will be offline. Also we will no longer have access to the current site domain so the site will be found on jengarner.net from now on.
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