Mark Ruffalo and Jennifer Garner made rom-com's much memorable for fans after the release of the 2004 film 13 Going On 30. The onscreen pair became a big hit, making fans believe in everlasting love, friendship and more. This hit duo is reuniting for the Ryan Reynolds starrer The Adam Project after years now. Jennifer and Mark will be seen playing parents to Ryan’s younger self in the film. Now, in an interview, Jennifer revealed that Mark Ruffalo had almost quit the film.
Speaking on the Skimms' digital series Texting With, according to a report in Just Jared, Jennifer Garner mentioned that there was a time when Mark Ruffalo did not want to be a part of 13 Going On 30. And, she revealed the reason behind it too. Jennifer shared that Mark found Michael Jackson's legendary Thriller dance sequence difficult. The actress recalled the time when Mark, Judy Greer and she started the rehearsals of the Thriller routine. Sharing some details from their first rehearsal of the routine, Jennifer mentioned how Judy and she were both dancers while growing up and continued that “poor Mark didn't know that."
The actress shared how she clearly remembers Mark Ruffalo coming in and hating the rehearsal process. She remembered the Avengers actor coming “in and he hated the rehearsal process so much he almost dropped out of the movie." Garner mentioned how Ruffalo almost quit because of rehearsals. However, we all know how Mark Ruffalo managed to steal the show with his cute performance.
Meanwhile, after reuniting on the sets of The Adam Project, Mark Ruffalo and Jennifer Garner took a cutesy selfie and shared it with fans on Instagram. Ryan Reynolds also shared some BTS shots from the movie with fans. Also Read: Zack Snyder’s Justice League: Ahead Of The Premiere, BMS Stream Registers Over 25K Pre-Books For Snyder Cut-Deets INSIDE
Image source: Instagram/ Jennifer Garner
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