Ben Affleck is reportedly '"in a good place" and "happy" to return to work following his split from girlfriend Ana de Armas.
The 48-year-old actor, known for movies such as Argo and Good Will Hunting, headed to New England where he is currently working with George Clooney on a film called The Tender Bar.
His latest acting gig comes just over two months after the actor split from his girlfriend, James Bond star Ana de Armas.
According to People, Ben is 'excited' by the project and is happy to be working alongside his pal George.
"Ben is excited to be in Boston," a source told the publication.
"He and George are happy to be reunited and working together again."
The insider continued: "Affleck comes prepared and ready to film. He and George are great to work with."
While working on his latest project, it was reported that Ben has also been able to reconnect with his family.
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The insider added that the dad of three "has found time to stay connected with his family."
"And even got to safely fly back for Sam's birthday. He is in a good place."
A representative for Ben Affleck has been approached by The Mirror for comment.
Ben appears to be trying to keep himself busy just three months after splitting from Ana.
The couple had been dating for around a year before they had allegedly realised that they were at "completely different places in their lives".
While the former couple are said to have been looking for different things, it was also reported that Ana and Ben had an amicable split.
Since news of their split broke, Ana was seen debuting a striking transformation after cutting her hair into a short bob.
Photographs also emerged outside Ben's home of a life size cut-out picture of Ana being thrown in the trash.
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