Ben Affleck's romance with Ana de Armas might have come to an end, but it’s certainly not the end of their professional relationship. The couple look set to reunite this summer when they hit the promotional trail with their upcoming film, Deep Water.
The movie, which is set to release in the summer, stars Ben and Ana in the leading roles playing husband and wife, Vic and Melinda Van Allen. A synopsis reads: "A well-to-do husband who allows his wife to have affairs in order to avoid a divorce becomes a prime suspect in the disappearance of her lovers."
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Ben, 48, and Ana, 32, first met on the set of the psychological thriller in late 2019, and started dating early the following year. It was revealed a few weeks ago that they had sadly ended their romance.
While neither stars have commented on their separation, Ben's younger brother, Casey Affleck, has spoken out. "The reality is, I think that this year has been really hard on people in relationships," the actor told Entertainment Tonight.
Ben and Ana met on the set of the psychological thriller in late 2019
"I wouldn't know because I've been single, but I bet there are a lot of people that have, you know, it's been challenging to relationships."
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Casey, 45, also spoke out in praise of Ana. He said: "I saw her performance as Marilyn Monroe in this movie called Blonde, which hasn't come out, and I would bet a lot that she's gonna pick up every single award. She's gonna have a good year. I'm not too worried about her."
Ben's brother Casey has spoken out in praise of Ana
He continued: "I think that Ana is just the sweetest, funniest, smartest, most charming person. I think she won't have any problems meeting somebody else.
"I think she's a catch in every way. And I'll be there to carry Ben through it, but I don't think he'll have any problems [either]. My advice to them would be like, 'Yes, think long and hard about it, because quarantine is not fun if you're single.'"
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