Jennifer Garner Says She Was Always Dangerously Close to a "Wardrobe Malfunction" on the Set of 'Daredevil'

"I had so many chicken cutlet fake boobs in."

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Jennifer Garner has had a lot of iconic roles (Daredevil, 13 Going on 30, Alias, Juno, etc.) — and with each film came legendary costumes that will go down in the movie costume hall of fame. In a new interview with Glamour, the actress is reminiscing about some of her earliest flicks, including the 2003 movie Daredevil (the set on which she first met her ex-husband Ben Affleck). She joked that she was dangerously close to a "wardrobe malfunction at all times" in her Elektra costume.

"I had so many chicken cutlet fake boobs in to make Elektra's boobs, I think there were like three on each side of different sizes," she explained. "Everything was pushed up and out. I was just this close to a wardrobe malfunction at all times. There's not enough tape in the world to make this stuff safe."

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Plus, her head-to-toe leather uniform made using the restroom on set interesting — and time-consuming. "I had to be cut out of and sewn into the pleather pants every time I had to pee," she said. "And that was like a 45-minute undertaking, so I definitely held it."

Of course, you can't do a deep dive on Jennifer Garner costumes without mentioning that famous 13 Going on 30 dress. But Garner explained that at the time, they had no idea that the dress would generate so much buzz, so it just went into a warehouse after filming.

"Here's a crazy fact. This dress, I didn't keep it. Nobody knew it was going to be a big deal," she said before adding that you can actually see the piece in the background of another very popular 2000s show. "If you watch old Sex and the City episodes, you will see it show up on a background player kind of scooting into a theater seat. And it just was, you know, a dress that was pulled out and put on a background player and then who knows where it ended up, but sadly, I don't have it."

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