BREAKING!! Jennifer Garner Pays Talks On Cell & Pays Parking Meter AT THE SAME TIME!
It’s not everyday that we catch celebrities performing simultaneous tasks, so major props to Jennifer Garner. For those of you interested in seeing more photos of other celebrities performing two—sometimes even three or four (!!)—tasks at the same time, hit up our Internet-exclusive ‘AT THE SAME TIME‘ category! There’s simply no better way to spend precious moments of your life—especially if you’re in your final moments!
These were snapped earlier this afternoon as ‘Juno’ Actress Jennifer Garner was seen with her baby boy Samuel shopping in Brentwood. The little dude is actually walking all by himself now! OW!
Mrs. Affleck’s only movie set for release in 2013 is “The Dallas Buyer’s Club,” which features a sickly thin Matthew McConaughey in the starring role and Jennifer Garner & Jared Leto as co-stars. Based strictly on photos off the set in New Orleans, I’m pretty sure Matthew McConaughey will get an Oscar nomination—at least we hope so! The film is based on the true-life tale of Ron Woodroof. Check below for some plot action:
In 1986 in Dallas, a man diagnosed HIV (McConaughey), began smuggling alternative medicine with Rayon, a HIV positive transsexual woman (Leto). Loosely based on the true-life tale of Ron Woodroof, a drug taking, women loving, homophobic man who, in 1986 was diagnosed with full blown HIV/AIDS and given thirty days to live. He started taking the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved AZT, the only legal drug available in the U.S, which brought him to the brink of death. To survive, he smuggled non-toxic, anti-viral medications from all over the world, but yet still illegal in the U.S. Other AIDS patients sought out his medications forgoing hospitals, doctors and AZT. With the help of his Doctor, Eve Saks (Garner) and a fellow patient, Rayon, Ron unintentionally created the Dallas Buyers Club, the first of dozens which would form around the country, providing its paying members with these alternative treatments. The clubs, growing in numbers and clientele, were brought to the attention of the FDA and pharmaceutical companies which waged an all out war on Ron. “DBC” follows Ron Woodroof’s personal fight to survive which lasted 2191 days when he died on September 12, 1992, six years after he was diagnosed with the HIV virus. Source