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The 'Argo' actor has been banned from blackjack table at Hard Rock Las Vegas after security caught him counting cards.
The actors will return as executive producers for a new edition of the series that focuses on first-time filmmakers.
Henry Cavill, Ben Affleck, and Gal Gadot are expected to reprise their roles in the movie rumored for May 5, 2017 release.
The trailer sneak-peek for the movie adaptation of Gillian Flynn's novel also sees Affleck's Nick Dunne having a heated argumentation with his wife before she goes missing.
In an interview with Power 106's Big Boy, the 'American Idol' judge is asked to choose which one of her famous exes to save if they are floating in the ocean.
The 'Bourne Identity' star sends a photo of his bare behind via fax after Affleck and Kimmel playfully poked fun at him for not having a Twitter account.
Affleck jokingly takes a jab at Damon's height in a promotional video for charity, saying, 'We could talk about things that are actually true! Like how incredibly short Matt Damon is!'
The 'Gone Girl' star, who was set to direct the drama pilot, has dropped out of the project due to scheduling issues with the Batman vs. Superman movie.
The 'Argo' actor plays along with the 'Two and a Half Men' producer by telling the crowd at the Producers Guild Awards that someone once did say he had a big package.
Developed at the Weinstein Company, the film project is based on a New York Times article written by Paul Tough about a fisherman who fell off his boat in the Atlantic Ocean.
The 'Good Will Hunting' duo will take the Golden Globes stage again, sixteen years after their first win in the 1998 ceremony.
The shocking death of Cory Monteith, Ben Affleck casting as the new Batman, and the endings of 'Breaking Bad' and 'Dexter' are among the most talked-about stories in the third trimester.
The 'Argo' star plays a husband whose wife is missing on the day of their fifth wedding anniversary.
The 'Argo' star says in a new interview that a stalker who threatened to kill his family pretended to be a paparazzo and joined the crowd of photographers.
The Holden Carver story will be produced for Warner Bros. with its script written by Shawn Ryan and David Wiener.