Tuesday, May 8, 2012


  • Ben Afflecks new (real) movie Argo, directed by the actor, is about making a new (fake) movie in 1970s Iran. If only 2003s Gigli was a fake movie; it would have saved Affleck a lot of public embarrassment.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • For months, the only evidence weve seen of Ben Afflecks next directorial effort, Argo, has been his fantastic mutton chop sideburns. All that changes now.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • One of the many happy miracles of Ben Affleck's career renaissance as director is his ability to make modest-budget, character-driven dramatic thrillers — you know, the kind we keep hearing Hollywood doesn't make anymore.
  • (Entertainment Weekly Online)
  • Afflecks Tony Mendez is a CIA agent who offers a risky idea to create a fake sci-fi movie as a plan to release six Americans who were taken hostage during the Iranian revolution.
  • (AceShowbiz)
  • Follow the Brow Beat blog. Follow stories by Forrest Wickman. MySlate is a new tool that you track your favorite parts Slate. You can follow authors and sections, track comment threads youre interested in, and more.
  • (Slate)
  • In the never-ending scramble to find the early front-runners for Academy Award consideration, Ben Afflecks third directorial effort Argo has been popping up in most conversations for all the usual reasons.
  • (MTV.com (blog))
  • Giving the world a look at his latest directorial project, Ben Affleck has released the trailer to the forthcoming film "Argo.
  • (GossipCenter.com)
  • We've been following the development of Ben Affleck's latest directorial effort, Argo, with interest for some time now.
  • (Empire)
  • Argo Group International Holdings, Ltd.
  • (Yahoo Finance)

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