I have added a bunch of new stills from Jen’s film The Odd Life of Timothy Green to the gallery … and upgraded some of the ones there with HQ versions!
I have made HQ captures of Jennifer in her film The Odd Life of Timothy Green and they have been added to the gallery!
In August Jen attended the press conference for her film The Odd Life of Timothy Green … images from the event have been added to the gallery.
I have added a bunch of new stills of Jennifer as Cindy Green from the Odd Life of Timothy Green. If you haven’t had a chance to see this film you should! I absolutely loved it!
The Hollywood Reporter spoke with Jen about the most embarrassing scene she had to film in her new movie The Odd Life of Timothy Green.
The actress talks to THR about playing a woman who finds a magical child in her garden in Disney’s new film.
In The Odd Life of Timothy Green, Jennifer Garner wasn’t only required to act, but she also had to sing and dance — tasks she didn’t find quite as enjoyable.
Garner’s character Cindy and her husband, Jim (Joel Edgerton), are forced to sing and dance at a get-together at her sister’s house when their child, Timothy Green (CJ Adams), is asked to get on stage. While this scene was funny to watch, Garner tells The Hollywood Reporter that it was one of the toughest for her to work through.
“We hated shooting the music stuff at my sister’s house. It was incredibly embarrassing, we never did it the same way twice,” she says. “It wasn’t choreographed so every time it was very embarrassing.”
However, the actress also tells THR that she did enjoy shooting the soccer matches in the film.”They were super fun to shoot,” she says.
In the film, directed by Peter Hedges, Garner and Edgerton’s characters are a couple who can’t have a kid of their own. One night, they write down the qualities they wanted their child to have, put them box and bury it in the backyard. After a storm, a 10-year-old boy (CJ Adams) appears, claiming to be their son.
“Now I don’t say ‘yes’ to a movie unless I can’t say ‘no’ to it, and this was definitely the case here, I just, I had to be a part of it,” Garner says of working on Timothy Green.
Garner, who is married to actor Ben Affleck and has three kids with him, gave birth five months ago to their son Samuel. “Anything involving parenting, whether you have kids or not, it just hits you, there is nothing more precious than family,” she says.
The Hollywood Reporter caught up with Jen while she was doing press for The Odd Life of Timothy Green. She talks about how her new film compares to the classic Spielberg flick ET.
Yesterday morning Jen was on Good Morning America. Here is a clip of her interview.
(CBS News) Jennifer Garner joined “CBS This Morning” on Thursday to talk about her new film, “The Odd Life of Timothy Green.”
In the movie, Garner plays a small town wife who gave up on her dream to have a child – only to find a small and unusual boy pop up up in her life unexpectedly. It was Garner’s first time playing a mom on-screen told Gayle King about the importance of this specific role.
“It feels like I’m exposing something that’s very intimate…I absolutely was dying to play this role,” she gushed.
Garner also talked about the newest addition to her and husband’s Ben Affleck’s brood. The actress recently gave birth to the couple’s third child and first son.
“I come from three sisters so I couldn’t help but imagine my kids being three sisters. At the same time, I am so nuts about my husband,” she said and added that Ben thinks she is different with her son, “He thinks I’m even, you know, more enamored.”
She just turned 40-years-old, but still proclaimed herself to be a cougar just four months older than Affleck.