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We really hope you're able to stay poised after you realize how long it's been since 13 Going on 30 first hit theaters.
Indeed, the beloved Jennifer Garner comedy was released on April 23, 2004, meaning it's now celebrating its 17th (!) anniversary. Feel free to take a moment to process this.
The magic-laced film from director Gary Winick boasted a hugely talented cast, including not just Jen but also Mark Ruffalo, Judy Greer and Christa B. Allen. Plus, there were the not-yet-famous faces comprising the Six Chicks, including Brie Larson and Ashley Benson.
This project clearly meant just as much to the people in it as it did to those of watching. Indeed, Jen posted a photo of herself hanging out with Judy in January, much to the delight of the movie's legions of fans.
See the Cast of Spy Kids, Then & Now
The kids' action-comedy film starring Alexa PenaVega, Daryl Sabara, Antonio Banderas and Carla Gugino hit theaters on March 30, 2001.At least that's what Carmen (Alexa PenaVega) and Juni (Daryl Sabara) thought at the beginning of Spy Kids, the 2001 hit action flick. But c'mon, the Cortez kids should've known better, considering their mom and dad were played by none other than Antonio Banderas and Carla Gugino in a movie created and directed by Robert Rodriguez, who was known for his grittier fare like El Mariarchi and From Dusk till Dawn.
"Always the smartest. Always the funniest. Always the biggest @dodgers fan in the room," the Yes Day actress captioned it. "I love @missjudygreer. #TeamJG."
Jennifer Garner's Best Roles
Keep scrolling to get the latest on what everyone from 13 Going on 30 is doing nowadays.
Arizona elections chief criticizes policies used in recount .
PHOENIX (AP) — In March, when it was clear that the Republican-controlled Arizona Senate planned to recount presidential votes in the state's most populous county, Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs sent a letter urging the Senate president to adopt strict guidelines to ensure the results could be trusted. Instead, President Karen Fann farmed out the recount to a supporter of election conspiracy theories with no recount experience who refused to share details of how the count would be done until a court ordered the disclosure and the recount was well underway. That decision and others, including allowing a former state GOP lawmaker who was at the Jan. 6 U.