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Ben Affleck’s “Batman” days may be over, reported entertainment industry site Thewrap.com, which was told by industry insiders that costs to insure the actor post-rehab may be too steep for the studio.
Mr. Affleck has made headlines recently over his struggles with substance abuse and is reportedly in a rehabilitation program now — his third stint in the last two decades.
Warner Bros. is slated for another “Batman” film, calling into question Mr. Affleck’s role.
“More than likely the studio will replace him because the insurance costs are going to go through the roof,” an unnamed insurance executive told Thewrap.com.
An Australian man who allegedly forged a receipt provided in a travel-insurance claim that aimed to recoup money from a camera he said was stolen in a high-speed chase in Fiji apparently lost his dictionary, too.