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Juno didn’t receive any Golden Globes on Sunday, but that doesn’t mean we should all be sad. While we all agree Jennifer Garner and Juno deserved a Golden Globe, luckily we can cheer up every time someone calls us and we pick up our Cheeseburger phone similar to the one Ellen Page used in Juno. The cheeseburger phone from Juno is available online, and don’t forget to stock up! Soon everyone will want one.
Okay, this doesn’t have anything to do with Jennifer Garner, but if you are a fan you have definitely seen Juno, and if you have seen Juno, you definitely want a phone like Juno (Ellen Page) herself. We have tracked down the hamburger/cheeseburger phone for you for only $11.99. This is the lowest price we have found for you guys online. We just placed our orders to give to relatives for next Christmas.
If you are here, you have probably seen Juno, and maybe even three, four, or even five times like us. But finally the country is realizing what a great movie Juno is. Juno, starring Jennifer Garner, Ellen Page, Michael Cera and Jason Bateman, earned $16.2 million this weekend coming in at No. 3 in the box office. The movie added 900 screens and has now earned a total $56 million. Juno is poised to become the biggest hit of Fox Searchlight after it passes Little Miss Sunshine ($59.9 million) and Sideways ($71.5 million). This is great for Jennifer Garner and the gang because the box office success increases the chance of a Golden Globe next Sunday and also for an Academy Award.
Jennifer Garner’s new film, Juno, has began screening in New York and the first impressions are good. In the movie, Juno (Ellen Page) is faced with an unplanned pregnancy from classmate Bleeker (Michael Cero of Superbad). With the help of her best friend, Ellen finds the couple Mark and Vanessa (Jason Bateman and Jennifer Garner), who wish to adopt the child. The movie portrays Ellen’s struggle with the decisions she faces as she deals with her unplanned pregnancy. We can’t wait to catch this film in theaters and hopefully its success will ensure more Jennifer Garner flicks in the future.