Ben Affleck Opens Up to Playboy: Daredevil is Worse Than Gigli, Falling in Love with Jennifer Garner & His Kids’ Stalker

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By Riza Ornos | December 10, 2013 12:44 PM EST

"Batman's" Ben Affleck reveals in his recent interview with Playboy magazine's January 2014 issue that playing superhero in "Daredevil" is one of the few roles he regrets. The Oscar winning actor also tells Playboy that he won't be acting opposite his wife Jennifer Garner, whom he met in the set of "Daredevil."

The 41-year-old actor is married to Jennifer Garner for ten years now and his career has never been better after a few movies whom he considered not his best. Affleck co-starred with his former fiancée Jennifer Lopez in the 2003 movie "Gigli." He said his movies didn't work around that time and was widely mocked because it was funny.

Yet, after Gigli and Daredevil, Affleck picked himself up again and is currently working on his next big attempt in one of Hollywood's most beloved superhero, Batman.

"If I thought the result would be another Daredevil, I'd be out there picketing myself," quipped Affleck, adding, "Why would I make the movie if I didn't think it was going to be good and that I could be good in it?"

Ben owes all his success to his wife who helped him gain back his confidence.

"Getting to know her, falling in love with her and being connected with her gave me a foundation to reach out and say, 'Okay, I'm going to do Hollywoodland; I'm going to direct Gone Baby Gone,'" recalled Ben.

For the past 10 years the couple had each other's back, Garner allows Ben to pursue his professional goals while having a stable home life. However, these two are not making any movies together in the future, Affleck thinks that two movies with his wife is enough and playing lovers onscreen just "doesn't work."

"Well, my wife and I made Pearl Harbor and Daredevil," tells Affleck to Playboy. "With our track record, I don't know if anyone's looking for a three-quel."

When asked about the paparazzi spying on his kids, the actor says that is wrong and disgusting to follow the children around. He explains that his kids never made a bargain with Hollywood to be stalked around.

"It makes the kids less safe. They used to take pictures of our children coming out of preschool, and so this stalker who had threatened to kill me, my wife and our kids showed up at the school and got arrested. I mean, there are real practical dangers to this," says Affleck.

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