Director Ben Affleck has taken an important step forward in establishing himself as the dominant personality of Ben Affleck's fractured, bi-polar mind today, with Director Ben entering talks to direct Warner's Line of Sight from a script by Halo: Reach writer Peter O'Brien.
Though, on a nightly basis, Actor Ben Affleck continues to reach for the phone to return the phone calls of Kevin Smith and Michael Bay, Director Ben Affleck has recently been able to slap ABA's hand away and placate him enough with roles in The Town and his upcoming Iran crisis thriller, Argo, which has kept DBA's move towards respectability moving forward. This new job, unfortunately, could be the first real misstep to send Director Ben Affleck's career in the wrong direction. See, while D. Affleck's films up to now have all been critically well-received, none of those were shot to look like you were playing Doom 2. Line of Sight, however, apparently does that, and "tells the tale from a point-of-view akin to a first-person shooter game," as if you the audience are Actor Ben Affleck himself--and that, according to THR, is only one of an unnamed number of conceits. No word on what these other gimmicks could be, but considering how poo stink is now an option, we should probably just assume it's poo stink. Line of Sight: It will smell like poo, probably.