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Two Ben Affleck titles are getting their release dates pushed back.
The Accountant, in which the actor stars as an assassin by night, is being moved from January of next year to Oct. 7, 2016, Warner Bros. stated on Friday.
Live by Night, an adaptation of Dennis Lehane‘s novel that Affleck is set to direct, was moved from an Oct. 2016 release to undated in 2017. A U.S. release date for Live by Night has been shifted before; at one point the drama was set for release in December of this year.
Affleck has a busy slate at Warner Bros. as one of the faces of DC Comics cinematic universe. He’ll be starring in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice next year and appearing as the Dark Knight in multiple films.
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