Welcome to Jennifer Garner Online - a comprehensive websites dedicated to actress Jennifer Garner best known for her roles in 13 Going on 30, Valentines Day, Pearl Harbor and as Sidney Bristow on the ABC hit Alias. This site is determined to bring you the most up to date information on this talented performer and her career. I hope you enjoy your visit!

We have our first look at Jennifer’s new film Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day which hits theaters on October 10th!


Last night Jen stopped by the Tonight show and chatted it up with Jimmy Fallon! Such a fun interview! Check it out!


This morning Jennifer stopped by Good Morning America to talk about her role in Draft Day. She explains what a capologist is.

Watch the interview here:

Plus we have some stills of her from the interview thanks to Claudia!

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Yesterday Jennifer called in for an interview on the Dan Patrick Show. Here is a video of the interview.


A new featurette for Jennifer’s new film Draft Day has been released!


Thanks to Claudia for the heads up!


Jennifer is part of a new campaign to help encourage young ladies to take charge of their lives. wrote a article about the new campaign.

Pushy, stubborn, bossy.

“Being labeled something matters,” says Jennifer Garner in a new campaign – Ban Bossy – that’s encouraging girls to be leaders.

The Girl Scouts of the USA and have teamed up in partnership with Lifetime television to create a PSA featuring Beyoncé, Jane Lynch, Condoleezza Rice, Diane von Furstenberg, Garner and others that points out that girls are discouraged from taking leadership roles because of labeling and name-calling.

“Girls are less interested in leadership than boys,” Beyoncé says, and that’s because they worry about being called “bossy” while little boys who step up are called “leaders.”

“I think the word ‘bossy’ is just a squasher,” Glee star Lynch says. The campaign seeks to empower girls by encouraging everyone to sign a pledge to ban the five-letter word at

“We need to recognize the many ways we systematically discourage leadership in girls from a young age – and instead, we need to encourage them,” says Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, who founded “So the next time you have the urge to call your little girl bossy? Take a deep breath and praise her leadership skills instead.”

“There are no limits on your horizon,” former Secretary of State Rice says in the ad, while designer von Furstenberg encourages girls to “dare to be you.”

But possibly the strongest Girl Power message of all comes from Beyoncé. The mother of daughter Blue Ivy, 2, says, “I’m not bossy – I’m the boss.”

What do Beyoncé, Condoleezza Rice & Jane Lynch have in common? They’ve committed to ban the word bossy. Watch this Lifetime PSA to hear why. #banbossy /


The NFL shares this video clip of Jennifer talking about her new role in Draft Day!

Actress Jennifer Garner talks about the character she plays in the upcoming movie about the Cleveland Browns’ front office called “Draft Day”.