‘Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day’ Captures

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Jennifer Garner & Steve Carell Are Hilarious in These ‘Alexander’ Bloopers!

Their day may have been horrible — but it was also pretty hilarious!

Disney’s Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day is headed to DVD today and in anticipation of the family-friendly release, ETonline has your exclusive first look at the laugh-out-loud bloopers.

Jennifer Garner and Steve Carell struggle to keep a straight face in our sneak peek video above, and the gag reel also features Disney darling Bella Thorne as she struggles to get her tongue-twister lines straight.

Catch these bloopers and much more on Disney Movies Anywhere the free app (available on iOs devices, Android and Vudu), where people can stream or download all Disney, Pixar and Marvel films.

Based on the best-selling book, the family comedy follows the wild adventures of the Cooper family on their worst — and most outrageous — day ever.

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day is available on Digital HD, Blu-ray™ Combo Pack, Disney Movies Anywhere and On-Demand on Tuesday, Feb. 10.

Source: ETOnline.com

Steve Carell, Jennifer Garner talk ‘Alexander,’ parenting, Thunder From Down Under

“I’m going to roll my eyes,” says Steve Carell, doing just that. He had jokingly warned me not to ask any of the questions “they hate.”

“They,“ in this case, is Carell and Jennifer Garner, who star in the new Disney film “Alexander and the Terrible Horrible No Good Very Bad Day.” They play Ben and Kelly Cooper, the relentlessly upbeat parents of 11-year-old Alexander (young Australian actor Ed Oxenbould).

The family comedy, opening Oct. 10, is based on Judith Viorst’s enduring 1972 children’s book of the same name and is directed by Miguel Arteta, who worked with Carell on “The Office.” It’s written by Rob Lieber, who expanded the original concept — the book was only 32 pages — by giving everyone in the family a bad day and many more opportunities to be funny.

Both Carell and Garner have been switching between comedy and drama of late. Last year, she was in the acclaimed “Dallas Buyers Club” and she can currently be seen in Jason Reitman’s “Men, Women & Children,” a dark look at how social media has impacted personal relationships. In the drama “Foxcatcher,” coming out in November, Carell plays wealthy heir John du Pont in a tragic true story that is already generating Oscar buzz for the actor.

The pair are parents as well. Carell and his wife of 19 years have a 13-year-old daughter and a 10-year-old son. Garner and her husband, Ben Affleck, have three children under the age of 10. So not surprisingly, the actors bring something of their own experiences to their roles.

But before we get there, and to what Carell has to say about his longtime friend Stephen Colbert taking over “The Late Show” next year on CBS, we talked about something else Australian. In the film, Alexander has an obsession with the continent and his dad accidently books Thunder From Down Under as a treat for his son’s birthday party, thinking they were Australian cowboys.

In case you, like the character in “Alexander,” don’t know, TFDU is a hunky male revue performed for mostly female audiences. (Very hot in Vegas, the boys will be in Ventura and Simi Valley later this month.) Continue reading “Steve Carell, Jennifer Garner talk ‘Alexander,’ parenting, Thunder From Down Under”

Jennifer Garner Makes Plans for a ‘Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day’

Jennifer Garner is in talks to join the cast of director Miguel Arteta’s Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad, Day, according to a story at The Hollywood Reporter. She would play Alexander’s mother in the children’s book adaptation with Steve Carell already attached to play the boy’s father.

Written by Judith Viorst in 1972, the famous children’s book revolves around family members collectively enduring the worst day of their lives. Alexander’s day goes from bad to worse after he wakes up with gum in his hair.

Garner starred last year in The Odd Life of Timothy Green. She’s soon set to appear in Jean-Marc Vallee’s Dallas Buyers Club.

The film is being produced by Shawn Levy’s 21 Laps and the Jim Henson Company. Levy and Dan Levine will produce for 21 Laps, while Lisa Henson and Jason Lust will produce for the Jim Henson Company.

Source: ComingSoon.net