The actor, 46, was seen at the Malibu treatment facility he’s been staying at on Sunday — one month after his ex Jennifer Garner was photographed driving him to the rehab center.
“He is doing much better but needs to continue receiving care,” a source tells People. “As difficult as it was to have his recent trip to rehab all play out so publicly, it now seems the way it happened was for the best.”
Affleck previously entered rehab in 2001 and,
The coming-of-age comedy film follows the adventures of high school and junior high school students on the last day of classes on May 28, 1976 in the suburbs of Austin, TX. As the senior students are preparing for the initiation of incoming freshman, the new students try to avoid – or at least survive — the hazing.
The film, written and directed by Richard Linklater, features an ensemble cast, including actors that would later become household names, like Ben Affleck, Matthew McConaughey, Parker Posey and Joey Lauren Adams.
The subject matter in the book, due to be published in 2020, is under wraps, but we understand its is based on a true story about a criminal who has never been caught. It is being described as an ambitious ensemble piece covering the lives of up-and-coming hitmen, next in line to the title character’s aging, relentless syndicate murderer in an untold tale of American history.
Swanson’s previous books include 2006’s
At that nascent stage of Lively’s career — after “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants,” but before “The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2” — it was easy for audiences to conflate her with the character she played on television. Born into an affluent family that already had both feet planted in showbiz, Lively’s first screen credit was in a low-budget film that her father directed, and she landed her first Hollywood part after her brother asked his
The Peppermint star, 46, celebrated the start of autumn by driving a tractor through a green stretch of the countryside. In a video she shared via Instagram on Saturday, Garner waved at the camera as she passed by and bopped in her seat, showing just how much infectious fun she was having.
Garner wore a white t-shirt and jeans for the outing and left her long brunette hair down. The mom of three captioned the sunny video, “Happy first day of autumn!” and added “#soyouthinkyoucanfarm” alongside some fall-appropriate emojis.
Over the years, he’s been a fan favorite bit of casting for Superman, actually played Mr. Sinister in New Mutants before being cut from the film and has been repeatedly linked to The Batman. With the presumed departure of Affleck from the role, that last bit of speculation has picked up steam lately, and Hamm has at least one major cheerleader in his corner: director and comics fan extraordinaire Kevin Smith.
On a recent episode of his podcast, Smith went into effusive detail on how great Hamm would be in the cape and cowl, saying:
“I roll deep on Jon Hamm as Batman. I think that’s a brilliant idea, I’ve been saying it for fucking years, I’ve been saying it
Recently, the above image from Snyder’s cut of Justice League surfaced, showing Silas Stone (Joe Morton) alongside another S.T.A.R. Labs scientist – only it turns out this isn’t any old scientist, as Snyder has revealed on Vero that it is actually Ryan Choi, a character better known to DC fans as Atom.
In the DC comic book universe, Ryan Choi is the third character to assume the identity of the superhero Atom, who much like Marvel’s Ant-Man, is able to shrink his body to subatomic levels.
Tom Clancy novels Rainbow Six and Without Remorse will be adapted in a movie series, with Michael B. Jordan set to star as hero John Clark
Tom Clancy live-action adaptations aren't exactly in short supply in this epoch of the entertainment industry. Indeed, another iteration is being planned for the big screen, this time brandishing the ever-escalating stardom of Michael B. Jordan as the headliner for what’s being telegraphed as a film franchise.
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Michael B. Jordan is set to play Tom Clancy novel hero John Clark for at least two films for Paramount that will adapt the late author’s novels Without Remorse and Rainbow Six, reports Variety. The franchise-building efforts will be headed by Akiva Goldsman, current
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Paramount Pictures has tapped Michael B. Jordan to play Clancy hero John Clark in a new film series, Variety has learned.
Sources tell Variety that Paramount is developing two pics based on the Clancy books “Rainbow Six” and “Without Remorse,” both novels in which Clark is the main star. “Without Remorse” will be the first film of the two, serving as an origin story for the character.
Akiva Goldsman, who’s heading the new “Transformers” universe, will also be spearheading this endeavor as the film’s main producer with Jordan, Josh Appelbaum, and Corin Nemec also producing. Paramount is currently meeting with writers and directors for “Without Remorse.”
The news comes after Amazon and Paramount TV recently released a rebooted “Jack Ryan” series on its streaming platform, starring John Krasinski, to positive reviews.
Clark, a.k.a. John Terrence Kelly, is an
The doc, which is directed by Jenni Gold, the only wheelchair using director on the DGA roster, has been picked up by Leomark Studios and will launch across video-on-demand on October 5, to coincide with National Disability Employment Awareness Month.
From the early days of silent films to present-day Hollywood blockbusters, the film takes a detailed look at the evolution of “disability” in entertainment over the last 120 years by going behind the scenes to interview celebrities, filmmakers, and studio executives. Gold produced alongside Jeff Maynard and wrote with Samuel W. Reed.
There’s Something About Mary director Peter Farrelly said Gold had created something “truly inspiring… and she made me laugh,
The reveal happens in the first issue of “Batman: Damned,” a limited series from writer Brian Azzarello and artist Lee Bermej. In the scene in question, Batman/Bruce Wayne has returned to the Batcave and begins to pull off his Batsuit. Next come three panels in which a disrobed Bruce is lit from behind, the light clearly and unmistakably accentuating his genitalia.
As of right now, lil’ Wayne can be seen only in the print version of the issue — the digital version has been altered so the Dark Knight’s squire is obscured by shadow. DC Comics hasn’t commented publicly, but Polygon reports that the digital panel was changed because DC editorial doesn’t consider the nudity essential to the story. You can see the censored version right here below:
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That was Matthew McConaughey.
“What can I say but ‘Wow,'” Posey wrote in her book “You’re on an Airplane.” “We screamed at how genius his whole look was. That guy! Yes!”
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Posey pointed TheWrap to the section in her book when we spoke with her for the 25th anniversary of “Dazed and Confused.” She reflected on the bond she formed with everyone set and the openness between the actors during shooting. And she had a feeling McConaughey
Though Posey has worked in many close-knit casts in Christopher Guest’s many films — including “Best in Show” — she told TheWrap that one of her best on-set experiences remains Richard Linklater’s 1993 cult classic “Dazed and Confused.”
The film, about 1970s-era teenagers partying it up after last day of school, turns 25 this month. It endures in the annals of cinema, with a reputation as one of the ultimate hangout movies and expressions of high school nostalgia. Posey said the mood Linklater established as they filmed in Austin, Texas was “a pure experience” and a beautiful bonding moment between actors.
To most longtime fans of the film, it shows.
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As such, fans and pundits alike are pondering the future of DC-based movies. Compounding the above topic with all of the hoopla surrounding Ben Affleck’s situation means two of the most recognizable superheroes in all of pop culture could soon be recast, a prospect that portends a greatly altered landscape for this brand.
Adding to this is a somewhat overlooked detail in The Hollywood Reporter’s piece which broke the Cavill story, saying that
It's no secret that Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment want to emulate the success of their rivals at Marvel Studios. Henry Cavill's Superman films, Man of Steel, Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, and Justice League all underperformed. If Ben Affleck is indeed also out as Batman,
The reason for the 35-year-old British star's exit is reportedly due to a breakdown of contract negotiations between Cavill's representatives and Warner Bros., who were trying to enlist him for a cameo in the upcoming DC superhero comedy Shazam!, which stars Zachary Levi and is set to hit theaters in April. Apparently
Dubbed the Nite Owl look, the most notable addition of Batman’s Justice League armor was a pair of goggles, which resembled those worn by Dan Dreiberg in DC’s Watchmen. Seeing as Zack Snyder directed both of those movies, the similarity probably wasn’t an accident. Though we haven’t heard from the man himself on the connection between the two vigilantes, Snyder did take to Vero recently to clear up what Batsy’s goggles actually do.
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