I have added some additional images from Jennifer’s beautiful new shoot with Southern Living magazine.

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Jennifer Garner Network > PHOTOSHOOTS > Outtakes > 2018 > 003

Jennifer is featured on the cover of the September issue of Southern Living magazine.

Ask Jennifer Garner what she remembers about growing up in the South (she is from West Virginia), and she will probably mention food. More specifically, her mother’s cooking. For Jennifer, like so many other Southerners, food represents more than just a meal at the table. It’s a time to gather as a family. It’s a way of passing down recipes from generations. Food is love.

SL: What do you want your kids to know about this farm?

JG: I want them to know that my mother was happy and free on the farm. I want them to know that you don’t need things to keep you occupied. I think that the only real way to understand a concept like that is to live it, so I guess we’d better head to the farm more often!

SL: The best lesson your mother taught you about food:

JG: That food is love. My mother took pride in feeding our family, always tried to make it fun, always made it fresh and hot. She would pick me up from dance class and then transport me to theater rehearsal with a plate of something warm from the oven. That’s one of the most consistent and loving things she did for me.

SL: How are you passing down what you learned to your own kids?

JG: I try not to battle with them about food. They are not nearly as finicky as I was, but their pickiness still drives me nuts. I do my very best to take my cues from my mom and put good food in front of them and let it be from there. I am not always successful. Oh—and I also try to have a plate of fresh cut-up veggies on the counter for them to munch on while I am finishing dinner. Mom did that too.

SL: Do you ever dream of coming home to the South? (By the way, your parents did not make us ask this question—promise!)

JG: I could easily and happily live on a farm in the South or anywhere that had enough family nearby to feel like the South. I hope to own a home in West Virginia someday, but right now, the kids and I are so happy to go home to Grandmom and Granddad’s house that I am not in any rush.

Family, Friday night football, Mama’s fried chicken. Those are just a few of the items that usually make the short list for Southerners when they talk about their childhoods, whether it be growing up in a big city or a small town. There are certain memories that are made that we just can’t forget. Memories that we would love to recreate when we are mothers or grandmothers of our own. Here, Jennifer Garner shares some of her favorite memories of growing up in West Virginia.

SL: So, what’s your fondest memory of growing up in West Virginia?

JG: The friendliness and patience of Southerners. When I first moved to New York City, my hand almost fell off from waving at every person I passed on the sidewalk—because that’s how I had been raised. I really believe the more people you make eye contact and share a smile with, the happier and more connected you feel.

SL: And you still miss…

JG: West Virginia’s warm summer nights—and fireflies. I miss the easy sense of community (although, with a little effort, you can build that for yourself anywhere). I also miss songbirds at the bird feeder, pickup trucks on the road, and high school football games on Friday nights.

SL: Favorite meal growing up:

JG: Mom’s roast chicken, rice, and gravy with hot homemade rolls. Notice that I didn’t mention anything green—I didn’t eat anything green until I was an adult. There was probably a fruit crumble afterward too—and ice cream.

Jennifer will receive her star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday, August 20th.

HOLLYWOOD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO HONOR JENNIFER GARNER WITH STAR ON THE HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME

Honoree: JENNIFER GARNER
Emcee: Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, President/CEO Leron Gubler
Guest speakers: Judy Greer and Steve Carell

WHAT: Dedication of the 2,641st star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in the category of Motion Pictures

WHERE: 6920 Hollywood Boulevard in front of the new Miniso store

WHEN: Monday, August 20, 2018 at 11:30 a.m. PDT

The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce that actress Jennifer Garner will be honored with the 2,641st star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday, August 20, at 11:30 a.m. PDT. The star will be dedicated in the category of Motion Pictures at 6920 Hollywood Boulevard in front of the new Miniso store.

“Jennifer Garner is an actress that can show different aspects of her personality with her acting. She has played a variety of characters that run the gamut. From a CIA agent, a mom and a young girl coming of age and much more. She can do it all! Her fans from around the world have been waiting for her to come and collect her star and we are proud to welcome her to the Hollywood Walk of Fame,” stated Ana Martinez, Producer of the Walk of Fame ceremonies.

Helping Emcee Leron Gubler, President/CEO of the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce to unveil the star will be actors Judy Greer and Steve Carell.

The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce which administers the popular star ceremonies encourages people who are unable to attend and fans around the world to watch the event exclusively on www.walkoffame.com.

Award winning actress Jennifer Garner is a native of Houston, Texas but moved to Charleston, West Virginia at the age of three. She attended George Washington High School and played saxophone in the marching band. She later enrolled at Ohio’s Denison University where she changed her major from Chemistry to Theater. She then went on to study at the National Theater Institute at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center in Waterford, Connecticut graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in theater performance.

Garner’s impressive resume of acting credits includes the award-winning JUNO and DALLAS BUYERS CLUB opposite Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto as well as hits like, 13 GOING ON 30, LOVE SIMON, MIRACLES FROM HEAVEN, CATCH ME IF YOU CAN and PEARL HARBOR. Garner is beloved for her role as “Sidney Bristow” on JJ Abrams’ “Alias” for which Garner won a Golden Globe, a SAG Award and a People’s Choice Award for her performance in addition to nominations for four Emmy Awards, four Golden Globes and two SAG awards.

She will next be seen in STXfilms and Lakeshore Entertainment’s PEPPERMINT, an action thriller. From the director of TAKEN, PEPPERMINT will be in theaters, September 7th.

The Associated Press gives us a run down of last night’s HFPA Grant’s Banquet.

Amber Heard, Rami Malek, Charlize Theron and Jennifer Garner were among the presenters at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s star-studded grants dinner. (Aug. 10)

Last night Jennifer attended the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s Grants Banquet. She looked beautiful in a sleeveless black mini dress that she paired with black pointed toe heels.

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Jennifer Garner Network > 2018 > August 9 | HFPA Grants Banquet
Jennifer Garner Network > 2018 > August 9 | HFPA Grants Banquet – Inside
Jennifer Garner Network > 2018 > August 9 | HFPA Grants Banquet – Ceremony

I have added a new photoshoot to the gallery from the TCA Summer Press Tour where Jennifer posed with Jennifer Konner for portraits.

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Jennifer Garner Network > PHOTOSHOOTS > Outtakes > 2018 > 002

July 28, 2018 Comments Off on Jennifer Garner Tackles the Great Outdoors With Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner in HBO’s ‘Camping’ Camping

Variety shares highlights from the Camping Panel at The Summer TCA Press Tour.

“Camping” was a draw for stars Jennifer Garner and David Tennant even though neither of them are particularly avid about roughing it outdoors.

“This is the best way to camp,” Tennant told reporters on Wednesday during HBO’s portion of the summer Television Critics Association press tour in Beverly Hills. “You get to go home at night and have a shower. … I assumed I would hate camping. I do quite like home comfort and a shower and not smelling. These things are important.”

The eight-episode limited series is based on a British comedy of the same name created by Julia Davis. The “Girls” duo of Jenni Konner and Lena Dunham wrote and directed the series. For all involved, “Camping” was a fun and frothy diversion from more cerebral and intense material they’ve tackled of late.

“You can only play so many psychopaths without taking it home,” Tennant said. “It was lovely to play someone so sweet and open-hearted.”

“Camping” also marks Garner’s return to series TV since her 2001-2006 run on ABC’s “Alias.” The appeal of “Camping” was all about the writing, she said. Garner plays a controlling woman who organizes a weekend camping trip with friends to celebrate her husband’s (played by Tennant) 45th birthday.

“Being in a scene with David and saying, ‘Do you want me to have a dysfunctional pelvic floor for the whole of your birthday weekend,’” Garner said. “Who gets to say this?”

The fact that the series shot in Los Angeles was a big plus for Garner as she juggles her career with raising her three young children. Working on eight episodes of a half-hour series is quite a contrast from the demands of the job when she was starring in “Alias.” “Being the lead in a single-lead 22-episode show — I don’t think I could do it anymore. I don’t know how moms do it,” she said.

Konner and Garner said they would be game to do more episodes of “Camping,” although it is designed to be a limited series.

The series also marks the final entry (for now) from Konner and Dunham as producing partners. The two have decided to go their separate ways. Dunham was expected to take part in the panel via satellite from New York, but was felled by the flu, HBO executives said.

Konner emphasized that the decision to part was an amicable one, driven by their mutual desire to explore other opportunities.

“We feel super lucky to have had eight amazing years together,” Konner said of her partnership with Dunham. “We just want to do different things. There’s no drama to be found there. It’s just work. It’s just about the creative process.”

July 26, 2018 Comments Off on Jennifer Attends the Summer TCA Press Tour Events, Images

Jennifer attended the Summer TCA Press Tour yesterday where she participated in the HBO Panel to talk her new series Camping.

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Jennifer Garner Online > 2018 > July 25 | Summer TCA Press Tour – HBO Press Line
Jennifer Garner Online > 2018 > July 25 | Summer TCA Press Tour – HBO Panel

July 20, 2018 Comments Off on Jennifer Garner on ‘Intense’ Moment Presenting Sexual Abuse Survivors With Award at 2018 ESPYs Events, Interview, Videos

July 20, 2018 Comments Off on Jennifer on the View Guest Appearances, Videos

Jen stopped by the View today for a chat!

Jennifer Garner On Giving Her Kids ‘Yes Day,’ Raising Chickens



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