The Top 10 Movies With the Most Girls in the Backseat
Posted On July 30, 2021
A year after its debut in theaters, the film “Molly’s Game” has been awarded the Best Picture Oscar for best picture.
The film, written and directed by Jennifer Garner, was nominated for seven awards, including best picture and best director.
Garner is nominated for her portrayal of Molly, a teenage girl who suffers from a severe mental illness.
“Mollys Game” follows Molly and her friends as they try to navigate their school year.
The movie won five awards including best original screenplay, best director, best actress and best actress for Garner.
“There’s something about a little girl in the backseat that I find really sexy,” said Garner in an interview with ABC News.
“I just thought, I’d just love to make something that would be a little bit more relatable, more relishable for the viewer.”
In an interview last month, Garner described “Mummy” as the first movie she had ever written for an adult, and that it was the first time she had written for someone younger than 12.
The director of “Mortal Kombat” and “Masters of Sex” also recently admitted to using a sexualized language during production.
“You want to take the kids out and you want to do a little dance and then go home and take a shower and then you can go to bed,” she told The Huffington Post in an exclusive interview.
“But I was like, Oh my God, I have to make a film that’s just like a little kid in the front seat, you know?
You can’t just sit there and do that.”
Garner is also a big fan of her former co-star Jessica Chastain, who starred opposite Garner in “Mulan.”
“She’s an amazing actress, I’ve known her for a long time, but she’s just so much more.
She’s like a second mom to her daughter,” said the actress.
“And I think that was the one thing that was really important about Molly in my mind when I was writing her, that she’s kind of a surrogate mother to her mother and it was so easy for me to write that character because she was so relatable.”
Garner also revealed that she had previously written for Jennifer Garner’s “The Hangover” co-stars, which starred Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.
“It was one of those movies that I thought, You know, if you’re going to write a role for me, it might as well be a role that’s kind to you and your character,” she said.
“Because you know, we’re on the same page.
You know what’s good for you, and you know what isn’t.
So that was a big thing for me.”