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Ben Affleck film ‘Live By Night’ slated for ’15

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Warner Bros. has set a release date for Ben
Affleck
’s next directing project, a film adaptation of local author Dennis Lehane’s novel “Live By Night.” Deadline.com reports that the studio will release the film on Christmas Day 2015.

Tough sell?

“It’s a good beginning, and it weaves in nicely with what’s to come. But it’s not true.” — Mackenzie Bezos, wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, on the website posting her review of Brad Stone’s new book, “The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon.”

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