Jennifer Garner became a house hold name with Hen's role on Alias. Since the Jennifer Garner has married Ben Affleck had her daughter Violet and made several major movies while Jennifer and Ben also bought a new home.
Giving props to the biggest and brightest stars in Tinseltown, ELLE magazine is featuring a bevy of beautiful babes in their 2014 Women in Hollywood edition.
“Hunger Games” gal Elizabeth Banks (in Wolford) took the opportunity to address the continuing gender inequality problem in the film industry. “I don’t compare my career to other women’s; I compare my career to men’s. Why would I compare my career to the women’s? They’re not making as much money. And they don’t get to work as much. So I compare myself to Paul Rudd. He’s gotten way more opportunities than I have.”
It seems like every few months the tabloids claim that she’s got a bun in the oven, and Jennifer Garner is ready to set the record straight.
During her interview on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” the “Alias” actress explained, “I get congratulated all the time by people that I know, saying, ‘I hear you’re pregnant!’ You know, this one woman who had babysat for us said, ‘Oh, my gosh! I can’t wait for No. 4!’ and I thought, ‘What is going on?’ So I asked around and apparently I have a baby bump. And I’m here to tell you that I do.”
Leaving her kiddos home with their dad Ben Affleck, Jennifer Garner headed out to the premiere of her new flick “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” in Los Angeles on Monday night (October 6).
Joined by costar Steve Carell, the “Alias” actress smiled for the cameras outside the El Capitan Theatre and looked lovely in a simple black getup.
Having recently battled another round of pregnancy rumors, the “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” hunk and his “Butter” babe were less-than-thrilled to see shutterbugs nearby as they scurried back to their car.