July 17, 2018 Comments Off on Jennifer Arriving at Good Morning America Events, Guest Appearances, Images

Jennifer stopped by the Good Morning America studios for an interview. I have added pictures of Jen arriving and leaving from the studios to our gallery.

Gallery Links:
Jennifer Garner Online > 2018 > July 16 | Good Morning America
Jennifer Garner Online > 2018 > July 16 | Good Morning America – Show

July 16, 2018 Comments Off on Clips from Good Morning America Guest Appearances, Interview, Videos

This morning Jennifer stopped by Good Morning America and talked about being on instagram, Alias, Once Upon a Farm, her new series Camping, etc.

July 15, 2018 Comments Off on Jennifer Garner on the farm, and away from paparazzi Guest Appearances, Jennifer, Videos

This morning Jennifer was featured on CBS Sunday Morning … here is a clip of the interview for you to enjoy from CBS’s site.

Turns out acting is just ONE of Jennifer Garner’s callings. Conor Knighton has our Sunday Profile:

You may not recall the 1995 Danielle Steel miniseries “Zoya,” Jennifer Garner’s first on-camera appearance (“Freddy and I were married this afternoon – and I’m pregnant!”). But Knighton grew up in her hometown of Charleston, West Virginia, went to the same church, graduated from the same high school. So, he can name every project she has ever done.

“Zoya,” Knighton noted, was front-page news in Charleston. “That was the hugest big deal! That was the hugest deal that ever happened,” Garner laughed.

Her career spans more than two decades from a superhero (“Elektra”) to super awkward (“13 Going on 30”), from critically-acclaimed indie films (“Dallas Buyers Club”), to huge ad campaigns (“What’s in your wallet?”).

But way before she became the center of attention, Garner was your typical middle child in a family of three girls. The daughter of a chemical engineer and a teacher, Garner’s love of performing began on the dance floor. “My mom just put us in dance,” she said. “And I wasn’t as talented naturally as either of my sisters. But I was expressive. They would say, ‘Oh, she’s very expressive!'”

She entered Ohio’s Dennison University as a Chemistry major, but graduated with a BFA in Theater. After four years, she had left her West Virginia accent behind.

“When I went to college, I had a bit of a twang – I sounded kind of mountain-y,” Garner said. “But I loved, loved, loved any play that was just dripping with words, the more words, the better. And it takes a long time to speak with a twang. So, I had it kind of kicked out of me!”

After traveling the country in summer stock theater productions, building sets along the way, Garner started building a small resume of television appearances. A guest spot on the TV series “Felicity” caught the attention of writer-director J.J. Abrams, inspiring him to create a role with her specifically in mind: super spy Sidney Bristow on TV’s “Alias.”

It was a role the studio made her fight for … literally.

Garner said, “I went through the Yellow Pages. I looked up the local guy who had the most degrees of black belt. I called him, I went to see him every day, and by the time I had my fifth audition for ‘Alias,’ they said, ‘What can you show us?’ And I said, ‘Well, I’ve learned a couple of forms. I’m already this belt. I can do this.’ And I just stood in the room and did it!”

Knighton said, “I remember there was a summer in college I’d gone to New York, and I’d seen a billboard for ‘Alias,’ with you in an orange wig. And I realized that, ‘Things are about to get really different for her.’ How did that change your life?”

“It changes it in such an instant and enormous way, because it’s startling to become recognizable. It’s startling and shocking,” she replied.

“Alias” made her a star, but nothing could have prepared Garner for the non-stop tabloid coverage that followed her romance with actor Ben Affleck.

“Well, there was a solid decade where there were five or six cars minimum, and easily up to 15 or 20 on the weekends, outside of my house at all times,” Garner said. “And looking back on that, I really feel the stress of it. I really – I could cry, talking about it.”

After ten years of marriage, the A-List power couple who have three children together announced their separation, in 2015. They filed for divorce last year, but …

“The public was, and still is, obsessed with your private life,” Knighton said. “What has that been like for you, going through a divorce and having every moment of that played out on the cover of these magazines?”

“What I think that I’ve learned is that scrutiny in your private life puts a pressure to make something happen,” she said. “You feel a pressure to hurry up and get married, ’cause you think that’ll end the Are they engaged? Are they not? [talk]. And that’s true in the reverse, as well. You know, if there is any inkling of trouble, or if the tabloids decide there’s trouble, it can create trouble.

“But to be honest, public scrutiny, everyone says, ‘Oh, you’ve had to go through this in public.’ The public isn’t what’s hard; what’s hard is going through it.”

“Do you find that you’re able to tune out from all of that? Do you pay attention?” asked Knighton.

“I don’t look at it. I had to really get serious with myself, and say, ‘This is not healthy.’ In the morning you can either be making breakfast for your kids, making their lunchboxes, or you can be getting paparazzi-ready!” she laughed. “And so, you know, I know which way I’m gonna go!”

You won’t find any paparazzi out in Locust Grove, Okla., just east of Tulsa, where Garner recently purchased the farm her mother, Pat, grew up on, and where her Uncle Robert still lives.

“Mama could sure fry a good chicken,” said Pat Garner.

“Yeah, she could. Mom could make a squirrel taste real good!” laughed Uncle Rob.

“Well, that’s saying something!” said Jennifer.

“Wait, is that in theory? Or that’s in practice?” asked Knighton.

“No, no. That’s in practice. We ate squirrels. I will again, if I have to!” said Uncle Rob.

With her uncle’s help, Garner is turning the old family farm into a site to grow produce for Once Upon a Farm, the organic fresh baby food company she recently co-founded. Here they’ll be raising blueberries, kale and persimmons. “Persimmons are native to here. They do real well here,” Uncle Robert said.

When asked why it was important for her to have it on this farm, Garner replied, “First of all, if I had had any idea how happy it would make my mom to be part of bringing this little farm back to life, I would have done it ten times over. But your family just has a connection to the land that has raised them. I wanted the business to be connected to my family.”

Fresh food was a key part of Garner’s childhood: “Mom did not believe in processed food. So, everything we had was homemade. If it was a cookie, it was a homemade cookie.”

Of course, that doesn’t always mean it was eaten. Pat Garner noted that Jennifer was a picky eater, who lived on peanut butter and honey: “And she’ll say, ‘How did you stand me, Mother?'”

Now in her role as Chief Brand Officer, Garner’s goal, she says, is to get the quality of homemade food into the homes of busy parents. “We’re just making an option for moms who might be too busy to make their own fresh food for their kids, that day or ever, and we’re making it fresh from the earth, just at the grocery store,” she said.

Knighton asked, “And is this something that you’d have three meals a day? Or is this, you know, the midday kind of snack and then breakfast, dinner? Or different?”

“It just depends. Babies eat different things at different times. You’ll see some day, Conor!”

“Nachos and milkshakes, right?”

“Yeah, sometimes a baby might have nachos!”

“Okay. I’ll be fine. I’ll be fine.”

“Don’t worry. You’ll learn. I’ll help you when you get there!”

It’s been a busy year for the 46-year-old Garner. In addition to a celebrated turn in the movie “Love, Simon,” Garner is returning to TV. She just wrapped shooting the new HBO show “Camping,” and she’s also back in action in the revenge film “Peppermint” that premieres this fall,

But back in her backyard garden at her Los Angeles home, blueberries are in season. Here, she grows kale and lemons, raises chickens, and keeps bees for honey. It’s food for her own family – her way of connecting to how, once upon a time, she was raised.

Garner said, “It just makes you happy to pick something and eat it.”

June 19, 2018 Comments Off on ‘Llama Llama’ Renewed For Season 2 On Netflix Llama Llama

Great news! According to Deadline Netflix has renewed Jennifer’s animated series Llama, Llama!

Netflix has ordered a second season of Llama Llama, its animated series from Genius Brands International. Jennifer Garner leads the voice cast of the preschooler toon, which premiered in January in 20 countries.

Based on the book series by author and illustrator Anna Dewdney, Llama Llama is about first childhood experiences and adventures as well as the special connections between Llama (Shayle Simons), his Mama (Garner) and his grandparents. It tells stories of life in a safe, friendly town seen through the eyes of Llama as he interacts with the amazing world around him.

Netflix and Genius Brands today also unveiled a pair of 30-minute Llama Llama specials, including one for Mother’s Day.

“I love Anna Dewdney’s award-winning, joyful Llama Llama books and am proud to voice Mama Llama on this very special series for Netflix,” Garner said. “And now — great news! — Mama Llama and Llama Llama will be back for a second season! Thank you, Netflix. I can’t wait to get to work!”

Produced by Genius Brands International, Llama Llama’s creators include director Rob Minkoff (The Lion King), director Saul Blinkoff (Doc McStuffins), showrunner Joe Purdy, art director Ruben Aquino (Frozen) and producers Jane Startz and Andy Heyward.

May 31, 2018 Comments Off on Trailer for Peppermint Peppermint, Videos

A trailer has been released for Jen’s new film Peppermint which is set to be in theaters on September 7th.

May 19, 2018 Comments Off on Captures from Miracles From Heaven Images, Miracles From Heaven

A few years ago Jennifer starred in a film called Miracles From Heaven. I have added captures from Jen’s performance to our gallery.

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Jennifer Garner Online > FILMS > 2016 | Miracles From Heaven > Captures | The Film

May 19, 2018 Comments Off on Jennifer In Honor of the Royal Wedding 13 Going on 30, Images

Jennifer shared this fun pic from the set of 13 Going on 30 in honor of the royal wedding!

May 12, 2018 Comments Off on Jennifer on the Ellen DeGeneres Show Guest Appearances, Videos

Jennifer was a guest on the Ellen DeGeneres Show this week and had a lot of fun … from farm noises, pregnancy tests, and giveaways.

Jennifer Garner Debuts Her Mom Advice Music Video

Jennifer Garner was Ellen’s co-host for her annual Mother’s Day Show, and since Jennifer couldn’t properly put her excitement into words, she did it in the form of a music video!

Jennifer Garner Didn’t Trust Her Pregnancy Test

Jennifer Garner told Ellen she had mother’s intuition when it came to her first child – she knew she was pregnant despite the fact that a pregnancy test and a doctor told her she wasn’t!

Ellen & Jennifer Garner Kick Off Mother’s Day with Pampers!

Ellen and her co-host Jennifer Garner kicked off the huge Mother’s Day Show with an amazing gift from Pampers!

Jennifer Garner Shows Off Her Farm Animal Noises

Jennifer Garner is a great actress, but how did she fare when Ellen tested her farm animal noises?

Ellen and Jennifer Garner Give Away ED Ellen DeGeneres Items!

Ellen and her co-host Jennifer Garner gifted the whole audience with stylish items from the ED by Ellen DeGeneres baby collection!

May 1, 2018 Comments Off on How Jennifer Garner Gets Her Hands Dirty (Literally) to Prioritize Health With Her Kids Articles, Once Upon a Farm

In the early aughts, Jennifer Garner’s portrayal of super-spy Sydney Bristow not only earned her a Golden Globe Award (and four Emmy nominations), but helped set a new standard for strong, smart, totally butt-kicking leading ladies on TV. Now, she’s teamed up with two other badass babes, Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner (the creators of Girls), to return to prime time for the first time in over 12 years as the star of HBO’s Camping.

But to make room for her new role, Garner’s needed to shift things around in an existing one: mom of three kids. How does she make time for family meal prep and bedtime stories while also keeping up with a demanding shooting schedule and helping run Once Upon a Farm, the healthy baby food company she co-founded? I asked her.

Keep reading for Jennifer’s top healthy parenting tips.

You’re heading back to TV! What kind of a schedule does this mean for you and your family—are you looking at a total overhaul of your daily routine?
The schedule for TV is pretty intense—I’m gone 14 hours most days and have lines to learn when I get home at night. This job is great, though, because it’s an ensemble cast and not all on my shoulders—which means I do get a random morning or day off almost every week. And because we start most days super early in the morning, even with the longer days, I make it home to read to at least one or two kids after work.

My kids are used to the strange rhythm of production —I’m either very much home and available, or I’m working a bunch and leaving notes everywhere for them to find during the day. I have great help at my house and it all works out.

When life gets *busy,* are there certain moments or rituals you make sure you do with your kids every day?
There are lots of little traditions the kids and I have together. Right now our blueberry bushes are going nuts, so we sneak down and pick blueberries together on the weekends. But my most valuable time with the kids is bedtime—I have different books going with each of my kids and they each get their own time [with me], even if it has to be condensed!

I love that you like to garden and farm with your kids. How did this come about?
My mom grew up on a little farm in Oklahoma with cows, chickens, fresh veggies—you name it. Everything they ate, other than sugar and flour, they grew and raised. When I was a little girl, my mother always told me and my siblings fantastic, vivid tales of growing up on the farm during the summertime, when they would eat like kings, with fresh produce by the bunches and routine delicacies like homemade ice cream.

It’s that same enchanted love for homemade and fresh that defines how my family lives at home today. We have bee hives in our yard, my kids have their bee suits and like to get involved with it all—it’s so fun, it’s like a living science experiment. In our garden, we grow tons of fruits and vegetables and we’re so lucky to live where we live, because we can grow almost anything—we can’t stop planting new things!

Why is healthy eating so important for you and your family?
I was lucky to grow up eating garden-grown, fresh, homemade nutritious food with a mom who prepared our meals on a daily basis. I was well educated on how important of a role clean eating plays in our daily lives. It’s key for us to know exactly what we are putting into our bodies in order to feel good and alive with energy. This was my mom’s lifestyle, which she instilled in me and my sisters, and it’s what I want for my kids—and really, all kids, at the end of the day. That’s why I’m so passionate about Once Upon a Farm.

How did you get involved with Once Upon a Farm?
As a mom with my own three school-aged kids, it’s become something of a tradition to feed my family using that same farm-to-family approach. But the reality remains, I have three lunch boxes to pack each day. So I understand, firsthand, how much of a challenge making every meal “fresh” can be, especially when busy schedules demand parents to meal prep in advance.

When I cofounded Once Upon a Farm, it was if all the stars aligned. My decade of work focused on early literacy and healthy food access as a Save the Children ambassador and my passion for nourishing my family with those same wholesome foods suddenly exploded into this incredible opportunity for me to do good by families everywhere by making organic, farm-fresh foods delicious and convenient.

Is there one healthy food your kids hate?
There are plenty of healthy foods my kids don’t like! I have typical picky eaters, for sure. I would say we’re in the camp of not mixing flavors and textures more than we are picky about specific foods. I was the pickiest kid ever when I was little, so I try to stay calm when they turn down something I know they would love—but I’m not always successful.

How do you fit in workouts between work and family life?
I work out early—really early, and I always work out on both Saturday and Sunday, to give me more guilt-free days when things get too hairy during the week. For the past four years I’ve been loving working out with Simone de la Rue, who started Body by Simone. I love the classes—full of energy and movement and fun women, and would recommend them—or Simone’s awesome app! —to anyone.

What’s your favorite wellness habit with the kids?
I love to hike with my kids on Sunday afternoons. And I have been known to bribe them to meditate.

How do you unwind after a stressful day?
If we can get outside, even for a minute, the whole evening moves more easily.


April 18, 2018 Comments Off on Stars Tell Us the Most Beautiful Thing Anyone Has Ever Said to Them Articles

People is ready to release their Beautiful Issue this week. They asked some celebrities, including Jennifer, what the most beautiful thing anyone has ever said to them.

“If someone tells me there is something special about my kids, that is the nicest thing they can say to me.”

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