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Ben Affleck premieres ‘To the Wonder’

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Actor-director-local hero Ben Affleck was at the Pacific Design Center on Tuesday for the premiere of Terrence Malick’s “To the Wonder,” which features Affleck, Rachel McAdams (far right, with Affleck), and Javier Bardem. Affleck, who stars in but doesn’t have many lines in the mostly quiet film, apparently introduced himself at the premiere by saying, “Thank you very much for coming, my name is Terrence Malick.” (Malick is known for staying out of the limelight and was not there for the screening.)

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