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Garner returns for ‘Elektra’ premiere
LAS VEGAS – Call her a real-life superhero. Battling a painful injury that had sidelined her for more than a week, Jennifer Garner helped electrify Las Vegas Saturday at the world premiere of her new action movie “Elektra.”
Walking the red carpet at The Palms Hotel and Casino, Garner told reporters: “I wasn’t feeling well over Christmas. I didn’t know why. I thought I had some kind of infection. It turned out that I had messed up my back a little bit.”
The 32-year-old actress, dressed in a sleek, sleeveless black gown, added: “I did get a couple of extra days off on my Christmas break out of the bargain, so it has all turned out OK and I’m fit as a fiddle and ready to get back on the horse.”
Garner first brought the comic-book character Elektra to the big screen in 2003’s “Daredevil,” which also starred Ben Affleck.
Affleck, who has been dating Garner, wasn’t spotted on the red carpet.
Where was he?
Garner smiled and replied, “I don’t know. That’s a good question.”
In “Elektra” Garner plays a superhero with lethal senses and the power to see into the future. She has cut all ties to the outside world and lives for her work.
Although Garner had a stunt double, she performed most of her own stunts in the film. The actress said she was physically prepared because of her demanding role on ABC’s “Alias.”
While the night belonged to Garner, the red carpet was abuzz with talk of Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston’s separation.
“I can’t speculate on what’s happening with them,” Garner said. “I think it’s awful that people would be talking about their relationship at all.”
Garner’s co-star Goran Visnjic says Garner is as physically tough as she is nice.
“She’s just amazing. She’s an absolute professional. Is always in good spirits which is very important for everybody who works on the film because sometimes you work in difficult conditions.”
At one point during the premiere, Garner helped to make “the city of lights” even brighter by lighting a giant “Elektra” sign in the movie’s honor.
“Elektra” opens in theaters on Friday.