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Ben Affleck may hit the button on ‘Replay’

HollywoodNews.com: What is Ben Affleck’s next directorial project?

That’s the hot question being asked right now by Hollywood. The actor’s crime action drama “The Town” has taken off at the fall box office, grossing a surprising $108 million worldwide and blasting Affleck on the ‘It’ list of directors.

Apparently, the actor is looking to direct a take on Ken Grimwood’s tome “Replay” per the Hollywood Reporter.

Warner Bros. will produce. “Replay” is a dramatic fantasy that follows a 45-year old man who is stuck in a constant rewind of his life after weathering a heart attack. The protagonist constantly tries to also stop the murder of a jogger.

Screenwriter Jason Smilovic drafted the last version of the script. The project was first set up at Warner Bros. in 1998, attracting the likes of Brad Pitt and Julia Roberts.


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