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NAME: Ben Affleck
OCCUPATION: Actor, Writer, Director, Producer
BIRTH DATE: August 15, 1972 (Age: 41)
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PLACE OF BIRTH: Berkeley, California
FULL NAME: Benjamin Geza Affleck
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MARRIED: Jennifer Garner
CHILDREN: Violet, Seraphina, Samuel
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Zack Snyder flew in to San Diego Saturday to give Comic-Con a brief tease of “Batman v. Superman,” bringing Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill and Gal Gadot with him. Their movie does not open in theaters until May of 2016, but Warner Bros. and DC are eager to build excitement for their biggest superhero movie to-date. Batman, Superman and Wonder Woman did not open their mouths once. Snyder declined to let them speak for fear that audience members would ask them questions.
Also released was this new head shot of Ben as Batman found amongst the comic strip promotional.
The “Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice” may have finally shot Ben Affleck, Gal Gadot and Henry Cavill together in a “historic” photo shoot. Cinematographer Larry Fong shared an image of “Batman vs. Superman” photographer Clay Enos on set. Enos didn’t reveal any details about the photo shoot, but Fong shared his reaction to seeing the “historic” moment. “Not gonna lie; I got a bit of the chills there for a second,” Fong wrote on his Twitter. However, don’t expect any photos to “leak” online before the production is ready to release the images..
The upcoming San Diego Comic-Con might just go down as the most anticipated convention up to date. DC Entertainment and Warner Bros. are expected to announce big revelations which will further solidify the image of this decade as “golden era of superhero films”.
Just a few weeks ago, a well-known insider Nikki Finke revealed the line-up and release dates of WB and DC’s upcoming films. She has listed Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice coming in 2016; a rumored release schedule points to Shazam and Sandman releasing that same year; Justice League, Wonder Woman and a Flash/Green Lantern film in 2017; capped off by Man of Steel 2 in 2018. Some might be asking if there will be a continuation to The Dark Knight or if Batman’s story has finally reached its conclusion.
According to Latino Review, ‘what we recently discussed on the #SRUnderground DCU podcast is indeed coming to pass: Batman will be rebooted in 2019, in a solo film titled The Batman. LR lays out a logical line for why this is happening this way – as opposed to launching Batman (the company’s strongest brand) in the nearer future – and it looks like this:’
-New Batman Ben Affleck presumably has Batman V Superman production tying him up until 2015.
-He directs his delayed project, Live By Night, in 2015 for 2016 release.
-He’s back in the cowl for Justice League in late 2015/2016.
-By 2017, Justice League promotion is done, film is in theaters, and Affleck can turn attention to The Batman.
Another hint that The Dark Knight is already out of the picture is that The Dark Knight star Joseph Gordon-Levitt who was hinted as Robin, is in fact developing a Sandman movie.
As of the moment, there are no concrete validations that Affleck will direct the Batman reboot along with starring in it; but a multi-Oscar-winning writer/director like Ben Affleck would definitely be in the running. After Batman V Superman and Justice League, he’ll probably have a good handle on the character – and he has never failed to amuse fans with his ability to create the sort of hard-boiled detective Noir film we’d want as a fresh adaptation of the character.
David Fincher’s film version of Gone Girl, starring Ben Affleck, will make its world premiere as the opening night gala screening at this year’s New York Film Festival, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
The film features Rosamund Pike as a woman who mysteriously vanishes, with her husband (Affleck) suspected of killing her, and is based on Gillian Flynn’s best-selling novel. Flynn wrote the screenplay for the movie, which Reese Witherspoon’s Pacific Standard is producing alongside New Regency. 20th Century Fox is set to release the movie Oct. 3.
Gone Girl also stars Neil Patrick Harris and Tyler Perry.
The festival also announced that its opening night after-party would return to Tavern on the Green, the famous Central Park restaurant that served as the site of the festival’s opening night after-parties until the eatery closed in 2009. Tavern on the Green was reopened in May.
Last year’s opening-night screening at the festival was Captain Phillips, which went on to earn six Oscar nods, including a best picture nomination. Last year’s festival also featured screenings of The Secret Life of Walter Mitty in its centerpiece spot and Her as the closing night film. In addition, screenings of future Oscar contenders 12 Years a Slave and Nebraska also took place at the festival.
The festival is seen as an important stop in awards season. Fincher’s The Social Network opened the festival in 2010.
The 52nd annual New York Film Festival runs Sept. 26-Oct. 12. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Sunday, Sept. 7, but members of the Film Society of Lincoln Center, which puts on the festival, have access to an exclusive pre-sale period, beginning July 31.
There’s a very good chance that, by the end of next week, we will have a legitimateBatman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer to share with you guys. Warner Bros. is hosting a massive panel from the stage in Hall H at San Diego Comic-Con, and while Zack Snyder’s title isn’t officially on the roster, you know there’s no way possible the studio can let a Hall H presentation float by without bringing something from one of the most anticipated blockbusters of the near future. Until then, we stumbled on this totally fake, but still chill-inducing fan-made trailer, to get you even more amped up for the possibility of next week’s reveal.
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The actor who plays the Caped Crusader in the upcoming “Batman v. Superman Dawn of Justice” film surprised a group of children at a Detroit-area superhero party. Ben Affleck, 41, and his actress wife, Jennifer Garner, 42, stopped Sunday at Detroit Kid City in Southfield and asked if they and their 2-year-old son, Samuel, could join the party. The Detroit Free Press says the family welcomed the visitors. Affleck is in Detroit for the filming of the Warner Bros. Pictures movie. The movie’s release is set for May 2016. The indoor Detroit Kid City features a kid-sized market, cabin, auto factory, schoolhouse and other buildings. Detroit Kid City worker Garrett Dixon says Affleck “was very interested in getting a Detroit Kid City out in LA.” Affleck and Garner have three kids together: Violet, Seraphina and Samuel.
In the trailer, Affleck’s character, Nick Dunn — whose wife, Amy (Rosamund Pike), has gone missing — is grilled about his wife’s disappearance, as a reporter (Sela Ward) tells him he’s “probably the most hated man in America right now. Did you kill your wife, Nick?” Amy’s diary entries are read in voiceover, and she is seen in flashback. “I feel like something to be jettisoned if necessary,” she says. “I feel like I could disappear.”