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Affleck was a guest on Maher’s “Real Time With Bill Maher” when he and the host quickly came to a heated disagreement on Islam. Check out the video to see how hot things got…
One of most anticipated movies of 2014, Gone Girl, was released. Fans were drawn in with the promise of an alternate ending and hints that star Ben Affleck would bare all. But, after it’s big opening weekend, does the film live up to the hype?
Affleck claims that being very good at blackjack is a big part of the reason why he was kicked out of the Vegas Hard Rock. Find out why he prefers the Motor City to that fabled desert outpost, and why he’s spending so much time there of late.
In the 1990s and early 2000s, Kevin Smith and Ben Affleck were two of the most consistent movie-making partners. Fast-forward a decade from their last collaboration and it sounds like the former friends aren’t even on speaking terms — and Kevin says it’s largely because of Ben’s wife.
The plot of Runner Runner is getting a little too close to home for Ben Affleck. Radar Online has a report that the actor was banned from playing at the Hard Rock Casino in Vegas the night of August 28th “due to moving his money with the count.”
20th Century Fox’s big screen adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s wonderfully entertaining, brain-whiplash-inducing suspense novel Gone Girl about the disappearance of main character Amy Dunne is one of the most highly-anticipated films of 2014, and the production company wet the whistles of fans with the first photo of Ben Affleck as Amy’s husband Nick Dunne as well as Rosamund Pike as Amy Dunne, albeit in the form of a “Missing” poster.
Speaking about his days as half of Bennifer, Ben Affleck said he had it worse than Scott Peterson — who is on Death Row for killing his wife and unborn child. Even though he doesn’t talk about the experience fondly, Ben said he’s learned from it.
When it was first announced that Ben Affleck would be the next Batman in the sequel to Man of Steel, the negative backlash was like a tidal wave from fans. The Argo director became the target of an almost unprecedented negative casting reaction on the internet. Watch a clip from Fallon as Ben jokes about the intensity of the ire against him as he notes that even the studio told him it would happen.
Ben Affleck was named to the next Batman by Warner Bros., but most fans aren’t pleased with the casting choice. #BetterBatmanThanBenAffleck is already trending on Twitter and a Change.org petition to replace Batfleck has earned a couple thousand signatures.