“Shame on you,” Jennifer Garner, who plays Samantha Leigh Donnelly in the new dramedy Danny Collins, tells Al Pacino.
In the film opening in theaters on Friday, March 20, Pacino stars as aging ‘70s rocker Danny Collins, who has been largely absent from his son Tom's life (Bobby Cannavale). After discovering a long lost letter from John Lennon, Collins attempts to reconnect with Tom and his daughter-in-law Samantha (Garner), who is not having any of it.
Garner, who has slowly made her return to the big screen over the past year, holds her own opposite Pacino, serving him with a dose of reality about their relationship in ETonline's exclusive clip from the film.
The 42-year-old actress recently revealed that she told her husband Ben Affleck that it was her time to work, and that we’d be seeing a lot more of her again. Garner made a good choice with her first major role of 2015 in this late-in-life redemption tale, which is earning positive reviews.
Danny Collins opens in theaters on Friday, March 20.