Hollywood hunk Ben Affleck is in talks to star in ensemble comedy "He's Just Not That Into You."
Seems the number of big names featured in "He's Just Not That Into You" keeps growing as New Line Cinema reportedly is currently in talks with Ben Affleck to also get him boarded the film's cast.
If everything runs smooth, Affleck thereby will round out the lineup already consisting of Drew Barrymore, Jennifer Aniston, Jennifer Connelly, and Scarlett Johansson, among others. Production is said to start September 10 this year in Los Angeles under the direction of Ken Kwapis who most recently helmed "License to Wed" for Warner Bros. Pictures.
Affleck, friend and frequent collaborator of fellow actor Matt Damon, first gained vast recognition when he won an Academy Award together with Damon in 1998 for their writing work in "Good Will Hunting." Already starred in over thirty-five features either for the small or big screen, he was accidentally knocked unconscious by football player Dana Stubblefield during the filming of his 2000 vehicle "Reindeer Games" yet got fully recovered after being taken to the hospital.