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Jennifer is guest starring on PBS on the show Martha Speaks. Here is a preview.
When Martha is asked to sing at an animal rescue fundraiser, she’s thrilled. But on the day of the concert, Martha gets mixed up with another Martha — a dog belonging to a lady named Jennifer (Jennifer Garner). Can Martha help Jennifer locate her missing pup before it’s time to sing?
ET Online is doing Emmy flashbacks this week and featured an interview they did with Jennifer back in 2005 when she was pregnant with daughter Violet.
t the 2005 Emmys, Jennifer Garner was in attendance for her fourth-straight nomination for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series for Alias, but the media, including ET, paid little attention to her on-screen accolades that year.
Garner herself probably wasn’t too upset with not winning her nominated award that night, as she had something exciting to look forward to in the near future: her first child.
However, the media that night was probably more focused on Garner’s future child than she was, and one can only imagine that she had to simply put on a smile as she was bombarded with questions on the red carpet about the hot topic.
“Oh, I have a couple months to go,” Garners says when fielding a question about her due date. “Don’t break out the popcorn yet.”
That year would prove to be Garner’s most recent Emmy nomination and she has yet to receive an Emmy award despite the impressive four consecutive nominations with the show that spanned back to the Alias’ inaugural season.
Garner had her first child less than three months later.
ETOnline has shared this fun new clip from Jen’s film Butter.
Butter – a single word, two syllables, millions of applications and one of the best movies of 2012.
Starring Jennifer Garner, Hugh Jackman, Ty Burrell, Olivia Wilde, Alicia Silverstone, Rob Corddry and the scene-stealing debut of Yara Shahidi, Butter is a sharply observed comedy that takes place in the world of competitive butter carving. The script, direction and casting are sensational, but the number one draw is Jennifer Garner’s stunning portrayal of the diabolically delicious Laura Pickler.
Part Tracy Flick from Election, part Sarah Palin, Laura Pickler not only represents a career-best for Garner, but also one of the year’s most sensational, memorable and sure-to-be Oscar-nominated performances! Thanks to a perfect mix of high strung determination and calculating cruelty, you will love to hate Laura — much like her neighbors do!
ETonline is proud to present an exclusive clip from the film, which gives you just a little taste why Garner’s performance, and Butter, will be on everyone’s lips!
Butter is available on VOD starting September 7 and hits theaters on October 5.
Movieline put up the new trailer for Jen’s film Butter.
Or is she the Michele Bachmann of beurre? The more I see of October’s Midwestern comedy Butter, the more I’m totally going to watch it and also maybe start etching masterworks out of breakfast foods. Watch the latest trailer for the Jennifer Garner-Olivia Wilde-Rob Corddry ensemble indie and see if you’re as charmed by the tale of an orphan, a housewife, a stripper, and various other quirky personalities going head-to-head in a butter-carving contest.
If only Nutella had a bit more hold… Butter is directed by British helmer Jim Field Smith (She’s Out Of My League, Episodes) from the Black List script by Jason Micallef and co-stars Ty Burrell, Ashley Greene, Hugh Jackman, Alicia Silverstone, and 12-year-old Yara Shahidi. It hits theaters in limited release on October 5.
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.
Jen donates her time to Save the Children, an organization dedicated to helping children in poverty here in the United States. "I think that kids inspire you to do everything you can. You want to a great role model. But you don't need to be inspired to help other kids. You don't have to be a mom. You just see other kids in need and you want to reach out to them. It's just a basic human emotion."
To learn more about Save the Children and the other organizations that Jen has been involved with go here.
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