“Runner, Runner” races into theaters September 27.
“Extra’s” Renee Bargh caught up with actor/director Ben Affleck in L.A., where he was being honored by the UCLA School of Theater, Film and TV, and asked him if he and Jennifer Garner would be adding to their family.
Model turned actress Olga Kurylenko joined “Extra’s” Mario Lopez at The Grove, where she opened up about working with two of the biggest names in Hollywood; Ben Affleck and Tom Cruise.
Olga said working with Affleck in “To The Wonder” was wonderful. “Ben is great, I admire him as an actor, and he is a wonderful director, of course it was a big honor for me.” “To The Wonder” was the last movie Roger Ebert critiqued before he died, and Olga was grateful that he wrote a good review.
Tired of Ben Affleck’s facial hair? So is his wife, Jennifer Garner, who reportedly brought a pair of clippers to an Oscars 2013 after-party so her husband could shave off his beard.According to UsWeekly, the “Argo” director was celebrating his film’s Best Picture win at a private late-night party at Craig’s restaurant in West Hollywood when fellow producer George Clooney, wife Garner and others convinced Affleck the beard had to go! Affleck had kept the scruff as his lucky charm for awards season.
“Extra’s” Mario Lopez was catching up with Ben Affleck on the 2013 Oscars red carpet when their interview was hug bombed! The two were chatting and out of nowhere George Clooney interrupted for a squeeze. George, who produced Affleck’s Best Picture contender “Argo,” joked that their beards got velcroed together.
Actor/director Ben Affleck received double honors this weekend!
Before his film “Argo" was honored with the SAG Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, Affleck was given the “Modern Master” Award at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival on Saturday. “Extra’s” Renee Bargh was there and spoke with the man of the hour.
Ben Affleck brought a bit of good luck to the Critics’ Choice Awards… on his hands! It turns out one of his daughters scribbled his name in ink, hoping it would help him win.