Whenever someone high profile leaves a job and needs to make an announcement about it, the usual explanation involves spending more time with family and/or focusing on their health. So it’s not surprising that Ben Affleck used both of those reasons to explain his exit from the Netflix thriller Triple Frontier, directed by J.C. Chandon (A Most Violent Year, Margin Call). Only in Affleck’s case we know what a mess his personal life and health are, so it’s more believable. Here’s the announcement from Deadline:
Ben Affleck has decided to drop out of Triple Frontier, the JC Chandor-directed hot button thriller that is mobilizing at Netflix. Affleck is going to take some time to focus on his wellness and his family. The film will move forward without him; it is casting up quickly.
As Deadline notes later in that article Affleck is due at Comic-Con over the weekend to promote Justice League. I’m sure he’ll field plenty of questions about the solo Batman movie as well. The Warner Brother panel is scheduled for early afternoon on Saturday.
This might not be an issue of Affleck needing time off work though. Deadline has two other stories about this
Gabby Allen’s boyfriend thrilled his fellow contestants Kem Cetinay and Chris Hughes when he revealed his pop star secret to them on the show.
Therefore fans were ecstatic when it was revealed that his band, Blazin’ Squad, are set to reunite and record new music.
However, a source told OK! Online that there won’t be a reunion for the band – as they NEVER split in the first place.
“The band aren’t reuniting as they never split – they’ve been together all this …
Source:: Ok – Celebrity news
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The Internet of Things (IoT) is growing rapidly as companies around the world connect thousands of devices every day. But behind those devices, there’s a sector worth hundreds of billions of dollars supporting the IoT.
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MONACO — The IAAF says its doping panel has cleared eight more Russian track and field athletes to compete internationally as neutrals, and refused 53 other applications.
The latest athletes accepted include hammer thrower Sergej Litvinov, who placed fifth at the 2009 and 2015 world championships, and Danil Lysenko, the high jump champion at the 2014 Youth Olympic Games.
The IAAF assessed the athletes’ history of drug testing to decide if they can compete worldwide while Russia remains suspended for widespread doping. A total of 49 Russians have been cleared in the past year.
The IAAF says 109 applications have been declined this year. The athletes have not been identified.
The eligible athletes must still meet qualifying standards to compete at the world championships in London from Aug. 4-13.
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