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Ben Affleck Dyes hair blonde for ‘The Last Duel’

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It is widely known among fans, Hollywood insiders and critics that Ben Affleck commits to his roles. Take, for instance, Batman. Just kidding! But Ben Affleck, the proud owner of a neck to lower back tattoo is blond now. No, not the fashion-y, trendy blond. But, platinum, bleachy blonde. With the recent release of his new movie, The Way Back, the actor gives a performance of his career. He’s able to put aside his stardom, star image, and taps into his dark side. The result is the best performance the man has ever given.

Ben and Batman: the misfit

Ben Affleck is known to be a power actor. With his acting, he’s known to bring life to characters he plays. Over the past few years, he’s become famous in projecting underlying onscreen energy. As a movie star, he’s experienced peaks and valleys in his career. He won his second Oscar for the movie, Argo. And he also received stellar reviews for his outclass acting in Gone Girl. But what happened to the actor when he played a classic, superhero role that brought so much success for so many actors in the past?

‘The Way Back’ movie

His past separation from his wife of twelve years, Jennifer Garner, played a massive role. He was admitted for alcohol addiction in 2017 and again in 2018. This is a difficult part of the actors’ life he’s never opened up about before. Until ‘The Way Back’ came along. A restrained and impressive drama from the director Gavin O’Connor, the film stars Affleck as an alcoholic basketball coach trying to get his life on track. In a detailed interview with The New York Times, the actor confessed all the struggles and difficulties he went through when playing the role.

The director praised Ben Affleck for being ready to go deep into dark places to play the role.

Affleck’s blonde hair transformation for ‘The Last Duel’

Affleck’s famous hair transformation is courtesy of Ridley Scott’s upcoming historical thriller The Last Duel, in which the actor plays a 14th-century man in medieval France. There has never been a greater need in history for a Pinterest board titled “Blond Hair Inspo.”

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