I have added new candids of Ben and Jen taking Seraphina out for breakfast at Huckleberry cafe yesterday.
October 26 2011: Santa Monica, CA – HQ
October 25 2011: Santa Monica, CA – HQ (x18 more)
October 24 2011: Santa Monica, CA – HQ (x4 more)
I have added new candids of Jen arriving at an office building earlier today.
October 25 2011: Santa Monica, CA – HQ
October 24 2011: Santa Monica, CA – HQ (x6 more)
I have added more candids from yesterday of Jen and Seraphina:
October 24 2011: Santa Monica, CA – HQ
I have added some candids of Jennifer and Seraphina earlier on today.
October 24 2011: Santa Monica, CA
I have added some pics of Jen from the live reading last night!
October 21 2011: LACMA’s Live Reading of The Breakfast Club
Last night, a crowd of industry insiders and excited film enthusiasts gathered at the Bing Theater at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) for a live table-read of John Hughes’ The Breakfast Club. This time, instead of Molly Ringwald and the gang, Up in the Air director Jason Reitman gathered an equally eclectic group of actors to reimagine the diverse sterotypes portrayed in the film. A lovely and very pregnant Jennifer Garner was beauty queen Claire (Molly Ringwald), James Van Der Beek was Andy the jock (Emilio Estevez), Mindy Kaling was basket case Allison (Ally Sheedy), Patton Oswalt was Brian the geek (Anthony Michael Hall), and, probably best of all, Breaking Bad‘s Aaron Paul was the criminal Bender (Judd Nelson). Rounding up the cast as those ever-meddling adults (cue eye-roll) were J.K. Simmons as Carl the janitor, and Michael Chiklis as Mr. Vernon. Reitman himself called out the directions on stage, while images from the film flashed on stage to signal a change of scene.
EW caught up with Reitman after the show, and he said that choosing the 80′s classic for this new experiment was a no-brainer. ”The Breakfast Club was just a perfect fit,” he said. ”I needed a film that was in a contained location with not too many characters, that was funny, that was populous, that had a great script that the audience would have a relationship with…it just hit the nail.”
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I have added new promotional stills of Jen in Butter: