It is a stylish, savage world of nattily dressed men in fedoras and armed with sub-machine guns. It is an iconic element of American movies: the period gangster film. There have been American period gangster films set in cities such as New York, Los Angeles and Chicago-but never one set in sleepy Ybor, Tampa Bay, [...]Show More Summary
Until recently, Ben Affleck has been actively giving off the impression that his Batman movie—the one he’s directing and starring in—might not happen. To the casual observer, it seemed like Affleck was foreshadowing an eventual announcement...Show More Summary
Oh poor, poor Ben Affleck. This is a guy who’s spent a good portion of his career getting pummeled by critics and fans alike. He endured, and eventually came out on top as both an A-list actor and an A-list director. Over the past five...Show More Summary
Ben Affleck is sick of answering Batman movie questions! A video from ET has surfaced online, where the 44-year-old actor was asked if he’s tired of answering questions about the upcoming standalone film and whether it will get made. “Oh my God, it’s such a pain in the ass. It’s, like, every time I mention [...]
Ben Affleck would really like to stop talking about the upcoming Batman movie. Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Batfleck was visibly irritated that reporters continue to ask about the upcoming high-profile (and potentially beleaguered) project. "Every time I mention Batman, it's like this huge clickbait. When I was doing [Live by Night], ... More »
Ben Affleck is growing tired of a constant barrage of Batman questions — ones that have overshadow his latest directorial and acting effort in "Live by Night." In the following Entertainment Tonight, Canada clip posted on Twitter, Affleck shared how he feels about the seemingly never-ending stream of Batman inquiries. Show More Summary
The actor/director is just a LITTLE frustrated by all the questions about his Batman film. The post Ben Affleck’s First Rule of Batman: Please Stop Asking About Batman appeared first on CBR.com.
Ben Affleck just released his latest directorial effort, gangster flick "Live by Night," but all anyone seems to want to talk about is his upcoming standalone Batman flick. The exasperated star is apparently sick of the barrage of questions...Show More Summary
The outright winner among six "new" releases this weekend was 'The Bye Bye Man.'
But he really believes in America as a model "for how to find common ground."
If you're going to be spending a day filming lengthy sex montages with your co-star, it helps not to take yourself too seriously. SEE ALSO: Ben Affleck, Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling all have hilariously awkward mum stories Luckily, as...Show More Summary
You might think bringing a parent along to an awards ceremony would be something of a gamble, but it really isn't. As Ben Affleck, Emma Stone, Ryan Gosling and Sienna Miller prove in the video above, parents may occasionally be embarrassing...Show More Summary
Ben Affleck has been inundated with questions regarding his version of the Batman while out promoting his latest film Live By Night. During his appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! earlier this week Affleck admitted that he’s long become bored of such queries, but in amidst this tedium he’s still been able to provide some useful... Show More Summary
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - It’s bombs away at the multiplexes. Family film “Monster Trucks” tanked when it debuted over the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, while Ben Affleck’s “Live by Night” and Martin Scorsese’s “Silence” suffered moribund national expansions. Show More Summary
A Ben Affleck Batman movie may not be happening too soon, and in an interview with USA Today, the actor helps shed more light on why there has been a delay in him directing a Batman solo movie. Among many other things, the getting in and out of the unwieldy Batsuit is one of the... Show More Summary
"Live By Night" is the latest directorial effort from Ben Affleck ("Argo"), and his second adaptation of a Dennis Lehane best-seller following the 2007 film "Gone Baby... For more, visit our blog !
Hidden Figures took the top spot at the box office this weekend for the second week in a row. Figures faced an influx of new movies who were coming in to challenge the reigning champ but all new movies, including a crime drama by Ben Affleck, seemed to perform far below expectations. Show More Summary
After years of watching a certain segment of fans argue over which Enterprise captain was the best, I think it might be time for Star Trek fans to admit that they’re no longer the leader in casting fan arguments. Now all the cool kids want to argue over which Batman actor played the role best. Show More Summary
Ben Affleck recently opened up about the biggest differences between his version of Batman and his predecessors. Here's what he had to say.
By Brent Lang LOS ANGELES, Jan 15 (Variety.com) - It's bombs away at the multiplexes. Family film "Monster Trucks" tanked when it debuted over the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday, while Ben Affleck's "Live by Night" and Martin Scorsese's "Silence" suffered moribund national expansions. Show More Summary