Jennifer Garner "can't wait" to turn 50! The "Adam Project" actress will turn 50 on April 17, and her extended family will be visiting her to help celebrate the milestone birthday, she revealed in an exclusive interview with Extra.

"I turn 50 … yeah, Easter Sunday. My family has tickets to come out. My parents and my sisters, nieces, and nephews. I don't know what we'll do, but I can't wait," Garner, who grew up in West Virginia, told the outlet.

Mark Ruffalo, who is Garner's costar in the upcoming "Adam Project," chimed in, "I would never guess Jen is 50." Ruffalo and Garner also worked together in the 2004 rom-com "13 Going on 30."

Speaking about reuniting with Garner after 18 years, Ruffalo said "[It was] such a good time … like we never stopped working together. We just picked right back up."

Garner, who shares three kids — Violet, 16, Seraphina, 13, and Sam, 10 — with ex-husband Ben Affleck, had earlier said she got an opportunity to learn about herself during the time she spent at home alone because of the pandemic and the lockdown.

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CULVER CITY, CALIFORNIA - NOVEMBER 09: Jennifer Garner attends 2019 Baby2Baby Gala Presented By Paul Mitchell at 3LABS on November 09, 2019 in Culver City, California. Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

"I've learned that I'm pretty sturdy. I'm okay when I'm in the house by myself. I'm okay when it's just the kids and me. I'm okay when they fall apart. I mean I have my moments, but pretty much, I'm really okay," she said at the time.

"I love being home with [my kids], and I've been so lucky to have the flexibility to be home a lot," she added. "But I miss the days of going on location and will be excited to just be like, 'Yeah, you want me in North Carolina? You want me in Budapest? You want me in Paris? Yes! I can do all those things.' I feel like I'll zip around a little."

Garner also revealed that she has no immediate plans to get married.

"I don't know. I'm so far from it. And I don't know that marriage would need to be a part. ... I mean I definitely don't think that I'll be single forever," she said. "But this is not the time. I don't need to complicate it; I'm good."

"Adam Project" will air on Netflix this Friday.