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Watch Behind-the-Scenes Video of Jennifer Garner at Her InStyle Photo Shoot


Jennifer Garner, InStyle‘s October cover girl, is many things: an actress (up next is Disney’s adaptation of the children’s book, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day… 189 more words

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#RocksMyWorld: 20 Years of Show-Stopping Red-Carpet Jewels

In this weekly feature, InStyle’s jewelry and watch editor Marion Fasel shares the inside scoop on the treasures that are on her radar. Look for it every Thursday on What’s Right Now, and follow Fasel on Instagram ( 189 more words

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International Trailer For 'Men, Women And Children' Released!

This film looks so depressing. God. I want to watch it though.

It’s a Jason Reitman films starring so many great actors. Jennifer Garner, Dean Norris, Judy Greer, Ansel Elgort (although I haven’t seen The Fault In Our Stars yet), Adam Sandler?! 98 more words

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'The Casinos Don't Ask You To Leave Because You're Beating Them!’ Ben Affleck Confirms He Was Banned From Playing Blackjack At Casino, Denies He’s A Compulsive Gambler

Even a six-deck shuffle can’t stop Ben Affleck.

The Armageddon star confirms to Details magazine that he did, indeed, run into some trouble with a Las Vegas casino after he was accused of counting cards playing blackjack, a… 400 more words

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Ben Affleck Stands Tall For Details

Gone Girl‘ leading man Ben Affleck stands tall in the rain on the moody cover of the October issue of Details magazine.

The 42-year-old actor addresses all the tabloid rumours that his wife… 100 more words

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MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN - New trailer

A second trailer for Jason Reitman’s Men, Women & Children. Out on October 17.

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Draft Day (2014)

Review by-Jarrett Leahy

On the day of the NFL draft, Cleveland Browns’ general manager Sonny Weaver makes a huge splash when he trades for the number one overall selection, putting the Browns in line to draft the most heralded quarterback prospect in recent memory, Bo Callahan. 697 more words

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