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Pleasant surprise! Jennifer Garner and 'Yes Day' co-star Edgar Ramirez have unexpected reunion on airplane

'When you board a plane and your seat mate is your movie husband,' Jennifer Garner captioned the picture with Edgar Ramirez
Jennifer Garner was seated right behind her 'Yes Day' co-star Edgar Ramirez (Instagram/@jennifer.garner)
Jennifer Garner was seated right behind her 'Yes Day' co-star Edgar Ramirez (Instagram/@jennifer.garner)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: Jennifer Garner and Edgar Ramirez had a mini reunion when they discovered that they were seated next to each other on the airplane. Garner, 50, posted a picture of herself and Ramirez, 45, to Instagram along with a caption explaining how she had boarded a flight only to find her 'Yes Day' co-star Ramirez sitting right in front of her.

"When you board a plane and your seat mate is your movie husband," Garner wrote, adding a black emoji heart at the end of her post. The accidental 'Yes Day' reunion of Garner and Ramirez, who portray a married couple with children in the Netflix comedy from 2021, was greeted with astonishment and praise from their on-screen kids Jenna Ortega and Julian Lerner on social media.


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"You're kidding!!!!" Ortega, 20, wrote in the comments of Garner's Instagram post, while Lerner also took an opportunity to express his surprise. "No way!!!! That's awesome!" the young actor wrote in the comments, adding, "Hola Familia!" Friend Chelsea Handler commented "You’re so cute" while Julianne Moore chimed in by commenting "Cutest."


In the comedy 'Yes Day', Ramirez and Garner play parents who let their children set the rules for the day. This was Ramirez's debut comedy role. Acting alongside Garner, Ramirez stated, "I had a lot of fun doing this movie," in a behind-the-scenes video from March 2021, just before the movie's debut. "It was my first comedy but it was a beautiful experience, I loved it," he added.

In the video, the actor boasted about a sequence in the movie where his character is made to consume a whole dish of ice cream, a scene he referred to as his "fantasy" when he was younger. "When I read the scene of the ice cream, I said I cannot believe this," Ramírez said of the stunt in the movie, brought on by their character's children getting to make decisions for a day. "That was my fantasy when I was a kid," he added.

Jennifer Garner and Edgar Ramirez with their reel children in Netflix comedy 'Yes Day' (Twitter/@Netflix)

"It was so fun to watch him do the physical stuff. We just kicked the tar out of him," Garner added, talking about working alongside Ramírez at the time. "I loved working on this movie," he said at the end, adding, "It was so much fun." Since Yes 'Day' ended, both celebrities have been very busy. Garner has been working on a new movie 'Family Leave' for Netflix.

According to a video Garner released on Instagram with co-star King Bach, filming for the comedy started on December 5. "#FAMILYLEAVE is off to the races! Day 1," she captioned the post. Her upcoming projects include the thriller 'Can't Go Home', in which she plays a bounty hunter and returns to her action-movie beginnings, and 'Fantasy Camp', in which she will showcase her musical talents as a middle school teacher who enrolls in an adult theater program. Edgar, on the other hand, co-starred in a few episodes on the television show 'Dr. Death' with his friend, Mandy Moore. He has also been cast as an ex-cop searching for a mobster's eloped fiancee in the thriller 'Florida Man.'