Jennifer Garner: “I Have A Trillion Kids”

Jennifer Garner Spending The Day With Her Girls

She’s not only a Gabby Douglas fan, Jennifer Garner is also a huge supporter of her The Odd Life of Timothy Green costar Joel Edgerton.

In an interview with PopSugar, the actress, 40, opens up about her love for the Olympics, being mom to three kids – Violet, 6, Seraphina, 3, and Samuel, 5 months – her latest role, and her hopes to act in action and “raunchy comedy” flicks in the future.

“Being a parent is such a big part of my life now – I have a trillion kids,” Jen joked.

The mom-of-three talked about her role as an uptight new mom in Timothy Green.

“They believe they can control their child’s happiness and make everything work for him,” she said of her Edgerton’s roles as over-protective parents. “And just force him to be normal and happy and that’s just not the way it works at all.”

But Jen said she can relate to being “bonkers” when she was a first-time mom.

“When you have a baby for the first time, women kind of go bonkers on the diaper bag and pack it so you can’t even carry it because it’s so full,” she said “My character does that with the backpack – it is just so overstuffed. It’s so ridiculous, but you have to go through it to get to the other side.”

What’s up next for the beautiful star?

“I look forward to going back and doing a little action, a little raunchy comedy,” she said.

To see to the full interview with Jennifer, go to PopSugar

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  1. Elizabeth

    I like that she’s wearing Danskos in the pic and not 5-inch stilettos (hello Victoria).

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  2. Scooter

    I’m glad to hear she’s going back to action films and willing to try raunchy comedy. I think she should try a dark comedy. Play something totally different for a change.

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