Actress, Jennifer Garner has officially filed for divorce from hubby, Ben Affleck, TMZ is reporting.
In June 2015, the couple announced that they had separated. As far as prenups go, there isn’t one, so chances are all of their earnings during the time they were married will be split 50/50, unless they agree otherwise. Safe to say that Affleck made a lot more than Garner during the marriage.
Both Jen and Ben filed pro per — without a lawyer. Her petition and his response mirror each other completely. The petition and response were filed together, which means it was coordinated. They both want joint legal and physical custody of their 3 kids. As for spousal support, they left it open, so the judge could award it before the divorce becomes final. There are strong signals the case will not be handled in court, but rather by a mediator, especially by the way the docs were filed. This is the M.O. for disso queen Laura Wasser, who has guided various celebrity couples through mediation and then has them file for divorce pro per. h/t tmz
Ben and Jen are still negotiating a financial settlement. The divorce could become final in 6 months.
Future Batman, Ben Affleck, was banned for life from playing cards, specifically, blackjack, at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas over counting cards.
Affleck, who participates in the World Series of Poker, allegedly was playing blackjack at the casino’s high rollers table earlier this week when the Hard Rock security team caught the actor on camera counting cards.
The actor, according to an unnamed source, was told “you’re too good at this game” by hotel security and deemed an advantage player.
Amid all the celebrity scandals and dramatic stories we see every year – Miley Cyrus‘s “performance” at the VMA‘s, for example – one thing that seems relatively constant over the years is that plenty of Hollywood big shots seem to have gambling problems. Of course, we might have the same problems if we had spare millions to play with. But nonetheless, here’s a rundown of 10 noteworthy celebrities with gambling problems!Continue reading →
Christian Bale has officially been replaced by Dazed and Confused actor, Ben Affleck.. From math class geek to Bruce Wayne, Affleck will star in the upcoming untitled Batman-Superman feature for Warner Bros..
“We knew we needed an extraordinary actor to take on one of DC Comics’ most enduringly popular Super Heroes, and Ben Affleck certainly fits that bill, and then some,” WB president Greg Silverman said in a statement.
Affleck becomes the eighth batman, joining George Clooney and Michael Keaton.