EXCLUSIVE: Jennifer Garner‘s Vandalia Films has signed a two-year overall deal with Warner Bros. TV to develop and executive produce series projects for the studio. The company most recently had a deal with Universal TV and previously was based at ABC Studios. Garner got her big break on TV with the ABC drama Alias, from J.J. Abrams whose Bad Robot banner also is at Warner Bros. TV. On the feature side, Vandalia, where Garner is joined by executive Juliana Janes, produced Butter and is developing several other projects. Garner, repped by Management 360 and WME, will next be seen in Dallas Buyers Club with Matthew McConaughey, currently is shooting Draft Day with Kevin Costner and just signed on for Alexander And The No Good, Very Bad Day with Steve Carell.
Jennifer Garner‘s Production Company Inks Overall Deal With Warner Bros. TV
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