"Gone Girl" may be one of the most eagerly awaited films of 2014 and fans are getting a first look.
20th Century Fox tweeted a picture of star Ben Affleck in character for the big screen adaptation of the best-selling novel by Gillian Flynn. Affleck plays Nick Dunne, a man who becomes a suspect when his wife disappears on their fifth wedding anniversary.
Need more proof that TV's golden era is upon us? Even Ben Affleck and Matt Damon are eying the boob tube.
The two Hollywood golden boys are executive producing a half-hour comedy for the small screen, and it's been picked up by CBS.
The sustained hatred for Warner Bros. recent Batman casting was hard to miss - particularly for the actor who landed the part.
But Ben Affleck - or "Batfleck," as he shall henceforth be known - told Jimmy Fallon on "Late Night" that he can handle the hate. Or so he thought.
Depending on your definition of "seasoned superhero," that phrase could either mean an accomplished pro, "tired and weary," or some combination of both.
It sounds like Warner Bros. is applying the latter to its description of Ben Affleck's Batman, who will appear in 2015's Batman vs. Superman movie.
Matt Damon and Ben Affleck are a dynamic duo, but their bromance isn't going to make it into "Man of Steel 2."
At least, that's what Damon told The Times Of India on a recent trip.
With fans actively trying to kick Ben Affleck out of his newly acquired Batman role, the actor could use a little advice.
Thankfully, iconic "Batman" star Adam West - who donned the cape on TV and at the movies - has offered Affleck his guidance.
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