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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.
The actor, who bagged an Oscar for Warner Bros.' 'Argo' this year, will lead a new big-scale film with the studio.
'Slumdog Millionaire' director Boyle will executive produce the World War II drama, while the 'Good Will Hunting' co-stars team up for the half-hour comedy starring Tom Papa.
Saying that people should not complain before they see the movie, the actor cast as the new Dark Knight claims, 'I handle s**t. I'm very tough.'
The 'Argo' helmer will also executive produce 'The Middle Man' with Glenn Gordon Caron, who writes the pilot.
Kevin Tsujihara says Affleck is 'perfect for the vision Zack has for that character' who will be 'tired and weary' in the upcoming film.
The 'Men in Black 3' actor says it's Zack Snyder's idea to consider him as a candidate for the Batman depicter, but is 'happy for Ben' who is eventually cast in the role.
While he voices interest in tackling a villain role in 'Man of Steel' sequel, JT is reported entering talks to produce 'The Idolmaker' remake for MGM.
'The Avengers' director Joss Whedon also believes the 'Argo' actor 'just needs the material' to 'crush it.'