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Ben Affleck Talks About “The Accountant” Sequel

Ben Affleck is in converses with Warner Bros. for a spin-off of a year ago’s activity thriller The Accountant.

The studio is likewise in transactions to bring back screenwriter Bill Dubuque, chief Gavin O’Connor, and makers Lynette Howell Taylor and Mark Williams for the untitled venture.

The Accountant likewise featured Anna Kendrick, J.K. Simmons, Jon Bernthal, Jeffrey Tambor, John Lithgow, and Cynthia Addai-Robinson. The storyline took after a residential area affirmed open bookkeeper with advanced a mental imbalance who makes his living uncooking the books of criminal associations.

His character had gotten broad military preparing as a youngster, which he utilizes as a grown-up to secure himself. Affleck’s character acknowledges installment in different non-money structures, for example, uncommon funnies, gold blocks, and depictions by celebrated craftsmen. He shaped a connection with Kendrick’s character and saved her after they were focused for death.

The Accountant was an effective entertainer with a financial plan of $44 million and an overall gross of $155 million. Affleck coordinated, composed, created, and featured in a year ago’s Warner Bros. period thriller Live by Night, yet that venture failed to meet expectations with just $22 million in overall film industry on a $65 million spending plan.

Affleck will be viewed as Batman in Justice League, which Warner Bros. opens Nov. 17.

WME reps Affleck and O’Connor. CAA and Zero Gravity Management rep Dubuque. The news was first detailed by Deadline Hollywood.

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  1. Cycloth
    The accountant was criminally underrated
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  2. SmilingMongoose
    Ok, this is actually great news. I'm very excited.
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  3. Porcupint
    this is glorious news but i still want accountant vs john wick
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  4. Octopuds
    Seriously why do you guys only take into account domestic box office. Its a big world out here and The Accountant made more than enough money worldwide to get a sequel. Its a though America is the only country in the world.
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  5. Dwarvo
    Let's start a drinking game every time John Campea leaves amc/collider and goes back
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  6. Mobsteroid
    jump cuts...really?
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  7. Incubugs
    I watched it not too long ago and enjoyed it quite a bit. It definitely laid the groundwork for a sequel or two but it was enjoyable as a stand alone story as well.
    Reply
  8. DietSnowman
    Well Affleck isn't gonna play Batman for much longer so he's gotta be getting some work 
    Reply
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