It's Still a 'Super' Time for Ben Affleck Ben Affleck's role in Hollywoodland (as the ill-fated Superman star George Reeves) has made it to DVD. Affleck also wrote the screenplay for the upcoming film Gone, Baby, Gone, based on the novel by Dennis Lehane. (This interview was first broadcast on Sept. 25, 2006.)
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It's Still a 'Super' Time for Ben Affleck

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It's Still a 'Super' Time for Ben Affleck

It's Still a 'Super' Time for Ben Affleck

It's Still a 'Super' Time for Ben Affleck

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Ben Affleck's role in Hollywoodland (as the ill-fated Superman star George Reeves) has made it to DVD. Affleck also wrote the screenplay for the upcoming film Gone, Baby, Gone, based on the novel by Dennis Lehane. (This interview was first broadcast on Sept. 25, 2006.)

Ben Affleck turned out to be a compelling choice to play George Reeves, TV's first Superman. Focus Features hide caption

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