Jennifer Garner and Mark Ruffalo drove fans crazy online after posting a joint photo online.
The actors, who originally starred together in the 2004 romantic comedy “13 Continues to 30,” have rallied for a new film in Canada.
“Relationship with an old friend”, 53-year-old Ruffalo took a selfie with Garner on social networks. “Anyone know where we can get Razzles in Canada?”
Garner, 48, posted the same photo and wrote, “I wanted the powder to work! I had a perfect day with my old friend, too,” citing a line from their favorite movie.
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“13 SO MUCH TO UNLOCK 30 MEANS”, wrote a fan.
“My favorite movie in the world!” Said another.
“You two are just the greatest. You’ve both given us so much fun over the years, and those happy smiles are great,” said someone else.
“Starting a petition for the 13th continues for 30, IMMEDIATELY. We will worry about the concept later,” one person wrote on Twitter.
“I am absolutely convinced that world peace could be achieved if 13 out of 30 continue,” added another.
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The two actors are in Vancouver working on The Adam Project with Ryan Reynolds, marking the first time Ruffalo and Garner have reunited from 13 to 30.
In April, the Avengers star celebrated the 16th anniversary of the films. “Do you remember what the world was like when the Russells were furious?” he writes, referring to the candies used in the film. “I miss that time.”
In 2019, Garner celebrated the fans’ favorite with a post on Instagram.
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“Fifteen years ago today # 13GoingOn30 made its debut,” she wrote. Garner plays Jenna Rink, a 13-year-old girl who wants to be older and more popular. Ruffalo played his neighbor, best friend and romantic interest named Matt.
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“The film takes advantage of the performances of so many young actresses. Then open and brilliantly magical – now, 15 years later, they rule the world,” Garner added. “I loved my day with this dormant crew: they danced abandoned and reminded me of the power to just say yes – to be in a group, to be vulnerable, to wear a bra on your clothes.”