Entertainment: Ben Affleck treated 'worse than convicted killer'

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November 16, 2012, 11:04 am
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(NECN) – We are checking in on some of today's entertainment news.

The countdown is finally over: “Breaking Dawn: Part Two” has hit theatres.

It was an emotional night for some fans.
 
Overnight showings were sold out around the country; some fans had camped out while others spent their time watching a marathon of all five films beginning Thursday at 11 a.m.

After the final credits rolled, we caught up with some "twi-hards" right after a screening at AMC Loews in Boston Common.

Studios are expecting "Breaking Dawn: Part Two" to gross anywhere between 130 and 150 million dollars in its first weekend alone.

He might be one of the world's most recognizable fighters but it turns out it doesn't take much to scare Mike Tyson.

The former heavy weight boxing champ was very uncomfortable at a press event in Australia. Tyson refused to hold a koala; he even backed away from the cuddly little guy.

Cambridge boy Ben Affleck is opening up again about his relationship with Jennifer Lopez.

The actor tells GQ Magazine he was shocked at how horribly he was treated by the media while dating the singer.

He described the attention as worse than that of convicted killer Scott Peterson.

Affleck and Lopez called off their engagement in 2004.

The final season of “30 Rock” will now include a wedding!

Tina Fey's character Liz Lemon is tying the knot!

NBC says the wedding will take place during the show's November 29 episode.

The lucky guy is Lemon's current beau Criss Cross, played by James Marsden.

This is the shows final season, which wraps early next year.

Tags: NBC, Tina Fey, Twilight, Ben Affleck, Mike Tyson, GQ, Breaking Dawn, jennifer lopez, liz lmeon, james marsden
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