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Jennifer Garner attends Power Lunch

The Fan Carpet

1398 days ago   Article ID# 668171
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GLOUCESTER, U K (The Fan Carpet) - Actress Jennifer Garner lent her Hollywood status to Variety's 2nd Annual Power Of Women Luncheon at California's Beverly Hills Hotel yesterday.

Jennifer was recognised for her work with Save the Children, which works to create positive, lasting change for disadvantaged children.

Other celebrities that attended were Anne Hathaway, Eva Mendes and Katie Holmes.

Next up for Garner is Butter, a comedy set in the Midwest U.S, where an adopted girl discovers her talent for butter carving and finds herself pitted against an ambitious local woman in their town's annual contest. The film also stars Olivia Wilde, Ashley Greene and Hugh Jackman and is set for a mid 2011 release.

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