Jennifer Garner was on the verge of extinction until Matthew McConaughey agreed with her.
“Alias” (Alias) alumni and actors have appeared in two projects “Past Girl Ghost” and “Dallas Buyers Club” (Dallas Buyers Club).She said that her business made her three children and ex-husband Ben Affleck
Although she never left Hollywood completely, before joining the “Dallas Buyers Club”, Garner had significantly reduced her performance commitment, which made the Oscar winner stand out from McConaughey and co-star Jared Leto.
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However, filming a biopic directed by Jean-Marc Vallée was a challenging experience for Ghana. At that time, her third child was only 9 months old when she first started filming. She was still During breastfeeding.
Considering that both McConaughey and Leto lost a lot of weight to portray characters and “don’t eat”, the 21-day shooting schedule is also particularly strict.
“My chest is terrified,” said a visibly emotional Garner of a particularly difficult day in the setting. “When it was time to go to bed, we were doing some scenes that were supposed to be light. I started crying and I thought,’I must quit. I must go home with my children. I just can’t do that. “
“Sweet Matthew McConaughey pulled me aside and said,’What’s wrong with you?'” She continued, holding back tears.
McConaughey continued to tell the crew that it would take Garner a minute to let her go to the bathroom. Since then, Garner said that whenever she needs breast milk, she will “give him a high score and I will take care of it.”
“You can do it. You know.” She recalled what he told her. “You can do it.”
“How much do I love that person?” Garner said of McConaughey. “I know a lot.”
Since Garner joined Anne Hathaway, Reese Witherspoon and Jessica Chastain in 2014, they became the 28th in the American Film Theater Awards. Since the winners, the two have been in close contact.
Although there is no doubt that the screen chemistry between Ghana and McConaughey, their relationship has always been platonic.
Earlier this month, the author of “Green Lantern” revealed why he has never dated any of the many women he plays.
He told Howard Stern: “I have always tried to maintain a professional level, and the people I work with must also do this.” “Maybe we sometimes love each other at some point, but we always just Keep it professional. Or maybe we were dating someone seriously and we both respected each other.”
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