Jennifer Garner was seen on Sunday rocking the color black on her way to church along with her three children. Since she broke up with husband, Ben Affleck, the paparazzi have been following her around and she does not disappoint.

This is not the first time Jennifer Garner was seen in a great mood though, the actress was seen on the streets of LA walking arm in arm with Ben Affleck’s mom and it just gives people the idea that everything must be going smoothly for the 45-year-old actress. Other than that, she is still publicly going out with her estranged husband for family time with their children.

Jennifer Garner moves on in her life, as Ben Affleck is dating Lindsay Shookus

While Ben Affleck is preparing for the promotion of "Justice League" and dating "Saturday Night Live" producer Lindsay Shookus – Garner is also being considered to star in an upcoming thriller movie.

The movie “Peppermint” is expected to be directed by Pierre Morel. It is quite a while since we have seen the actress holding a weapon on film. Her most famous roles included "Alias" which aired from 2001 to 2006 that marked her beginning in Hollywood which was later on followed by another action movie, "Daredevil" as Elektra where she got close to Ben Affleck.

Garner to play as an action star

As for the film, it is closely depicted to be a female version of Keanu Reeves’ "John Wick" (not to confuse it with the film "Atomic Blonde" starred by Charlize Theron and James McAvoy).

Her assumed character would suffer the terrible fate of losing her daughter and husband which would cause her to emerge from that difficulty, tougher and wilder targeting those who were not able to help her family.

All that is left is a "yes" from everyone involved in the upcoming movie. This can also be where Garner’s longtime fans come into the picture to support another action film.

The actress is reportedly choosing great stories and dramas when it comes to her works lately, which are supposed to be suitable for her children to watch. “Peppermint” would definitely not come off as a children’s movie but surely along the way, Garner would get involved in another family-friendly movie.

Jennifer Garner’s career became more successful since her "Alias" days on television and it would not be surprising if the movie, which is written by Chad St. John (London has Fallen), would please movie-goers all over the world. The challenge would be to differentiate her new character to the old ones to create another persona.