"They left together out the back door and were walking very closely together," the eyewitness reveals, adding that the duo both "looked very happy."Both Affleck and Shookus have yet to confirm their relationship.Back in April of this year, Jennifer Garner and Ben filed for divorce nearly two years after announcing that they were separating following 10 years of marriage.According to court documents, the friendly exes filed for joint legal and physical custody of their children. News that the two "were co-parenting" and that the "most important thing in all of this are their kids."Both Ben and Jen have publicly praised one another since announcing that they were splitting.In fact, in an interview with us, the father of three gushed, "Jen is a superhero mom.She is an amazing mother and I'm really lucky to have her as a partner to co-parent these kids with.We try our best, we put them first and that's what we do."Meanwhile, Jen told NBC's Jen participated in a neighborhood 3K race while her kids and ex smiled and cheered from the sidelines.
“Amy and Ben have ended their relationship after thoughtful consideration and remain friends,” a representative for Schumer, whose comedy “Snatched” opened Friday, said in a statement. Neither Hanisch, a Chicago furniture designer, nor the Rockville Centre-reared Schumer, who turns 36 on June 1, have commented on social media. There are guys who, if they heard me say that, would want to punch me in the face, but yeah, it’s the truth,” she added, alluding to past boyfriends of whom she has spoken, including comedian Anthony Jeselnik and WWE wrestler Dolph Ziggler. Whereas on “Superstore,” there’s a really good chance that Jonah (Ben Feldman) and Amy (America Ferrara) will never get together — Spitzer swears he hasn’t decided yet.The big obstacle is that Amy is married, and not to a terrible guy either.“I’ve heard that they really like the show,” he said of NBC execs.
Should there be a Season 2, Spitzer would love to see it get around 13-16 episodes — enough to keep bait out there for new audiences, but not so many that the sitcom creatively suffers.
He's awesome, he's like Stephen Hawking, sexually."Good times!