Apparently Jennifer Garner should have been ‘suspicious’ of Ben

The director of Gone Girl, David Fincher, has said that he would be suspicious of Ben Affleck if he were Jennifer Garner. 

In the DVD commentary of the 2014 hit Gone Girl, David said he would have been suspicious based on the actor's on-set talents. 

In this film, Ben played a cheating husband who becomes the suspect when his wife goes missing. 

In the DVD commentary, Fincher explained how Ben had an amazing ability to make up fake phone conversations during filming. 

“This is something that Ben is extraordinarily good at, when he has to cook up a phone conversation, when he has to hear somebody on the other end of the phone,” the director said on the commentary, according to the New York Daily News. 

“It’s kinda stunning how …if I was his wife, I think I would be very suspicious, always, of whoever just called because he has a real gift at being able to insinuate a conversation,” he continued.

Ben and Jennifer recently announced that they were going their separate ways after ten years of marriage together. 

The pair were both spotted separately over the weekend, and they are both still pictured wearing their wedding rings.

Ben was spotted wearing his wedding band while at Comic Con in San diego, while Jennifer was wearing hers while filming in Atlanta. 

The couple have three kids together — Violet, 9, Seraphina, 6, and Samuel, 3.

A source told Us Weekly that “Ben is distraught over the divorce and is having a very hard time,”

“He doesn’t have a lot of close friends to lean on right now, and Jennifer has always been the one he goes to.”

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