Live By Night

Ben Affleck’s ‘Live by Night,’ ‘Annabelle 2’ and More Get 2017 Release Dates From Warner Bros.

by Britt Hayes March 22, 2016 @ 5:47 PM
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Ben Affleck’s commitment to Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice has caused a few delays for his next directorial effort, Live by Night, which was originally set to hit theaters in 2015. Warner Bros. has announced yet another new release date for the thriller, hopefully one that’s a bit more permanent this time around. The studio has also set dates for a few other films, including the sequel to The Conjuring spinoff Annabelle.

Warner Bros. Delays Two Ben Affleck Movies to Make Room For ‘Batman vs. Superman’ Spinoff

by Jacob Hall August 7, 2015 @ 3:07 PM
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If you were to assemble a list of the busiest guys in the film business, Ben Affleck would probably being hanging out near the top. As a writer, producer, director, and actor, he bounces around the Hollywood spectrum, dividing his time between massive blockbusters and smaller, more personal projects. Eventually, something had to give. Two of Affleck’s upcoming movies, Live by Night and The Accountant, have been delayed to make room for the star to write and direct the Batman vs. Superman spinoff, The Batman.

Ben Affleck Could Return to Dennis Lehane With 'Live By Night'

by Damon Houx October 11, 2012 @ 8:00 PM
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It's been almost a decade since 'Gigli' nearly destroyed Ben Affleck's career, but in the time since Affleck went from leading man (of less than leading movies), to auteur as the writer/director behind 'Gone Baby Gone,' 'The Town' and this weekend's 'Argo.' And now he's already lining up his next gig.

Leonardo DiCaprio Returns to Dennis Lahaine with 'Live By Night'

by Damon Houx April 13, 2012 @ 5:53 PM
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So, you're Warner Brothers, and you want to keep working with Leonardo DiCaprio, but how do you get him to stick around? Even though your last picture together - Clint Eastwood's 'J. Edgar' - wasn't exactly a hit, Leo's still one of the biggest names in the world. He did star in 'Titanic' and 'Inception.' So, to keep him happy, Warner Brothers bought him a book (how sweet!): Dennis Lahaine's 'Live By Night.'