BEN AFFLECK Interview Hub



Hope you are well and having a good week so far.

Interview Hub have some new written content to offer you with the two time Oscar winning writer, director and actor Ben Affleck. After winning the Academy and Golden Globe Award for Best Original Screenplay for Good Will Hunting in 1997 Affleck’s career skyrocketed. As an actor he has since starred in films such as Dogma, Armageddon, Shakespeare in Love, Pearl Harbor, Changing Lanes and The Sum of All Fears, cementing himself as one of Hollywood’s top leading males.

It is Affleck’s rare ability to produce and write highly acclaimed scripts, along with outstanding performances, that have enabled him to reach such feats within the industry. Following on from his directorial and acting success in The Town his behind the scenes work on Argo saw the film win the Academy Award for Best Picture in 2012  He is now about to be seen in the much anticipated Gone Girl as well as the long awaited Batman V Superman next year, playing the legendary role of Batman. Within this interview Affleck discussed some intriguing and revealing topics, including:

  • His new film Gone Girl
  • The modern day struggles of marriage
  • America’s view and obsession with fame
  • Dealing with the media
  • Relationships
  • Playing and preparing for Batman
  • Directing
  • How he sees his career developing
  • His respect for director David Fincher
  • Working with Rosamund Pike

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We can provide you with the raw transcript with full national exclusivity rights or produce a uniquely tailored written through feature, which we’ll style to your specification and word length.

We have an array of photo shoot images (see link below) and can produce an exclusive package of content (images and text) for an all-inclusive price.

Please feel free to get in touch for further information on this content.

Many thanks,


Adam O’Reilly
Account Manager
Interview Hub


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