Ben Affleck and ex-wife Jennifer Garner appeared to be co-parenting seamlessly.
The Batman vs Superman actor, 51, was pictured driving with the Yes Day actress, 51, were pictured riding in a car in Santa Monica, California Tuesday, as he gave her a ride after they met up.
The former couple – who are parents to daughters Violet, 17, and Seraphina, 13, and son Samuel, 11 – were pictured meeting up then leaving in a black Mercedes-Benz luxury car.
Affleck, who celebrated his one-year wedding anniversary to Jennifer Lopez, 54, this past summer, appeared to be on good terms with Garner after she was seen giving him a hug during a previous meeting earlier this month.
The exes were clad in casual garb during the daytime meeting. Affleck sported a beard with a gray long-sleeved top, blue jeans and white Air Jordan Nikes. Garner was seen wearing a long-sleeved black top with gray slacks and sunglasses.
Good terms: Ben Affleck, 51, and ex-wife Jennifer Garner, 51, appeared to be co-parenting seamlessly
Moving forward: They were pictured meeting up then leaving in a black Mercedes-Benz luxury car
Affleck and Garner initially met while working on films such as Pearl Harbor and Daredevil, in which they costarred. Garner was previously married to Scott Foley, and their marriage lasted from 2000 until 2004.
The performer moved on with Affleck, 51, and they tied the knot during a wedding ceremony that took place in Turks And Caicos in 2005.
The pair started a family with Violet’s birth, which took place that year, and they added Seraphina and Samuel to their family in 2009 and 2012, respectively.
The two remained together until 2015, when they announced that they had separated, and they waited for three years before finalizing their divorce.
Affleck eventually moved on with Jennifer Lopez, to whom he was engaged before meeting Garner, and they said their vows in July of last year.
An insider in June spoke to Entertainment Tonight and revealed that the actresses had established a rapport while balancing out their blended family as they’re ‘very cordial and they have a very healthy and functioning relationship.’
The Alias actress was in ‘a great space and feels good about where things currently stand with the new family dynamic,’ the source said, adding that Garner and Lopez are fully committed to the well-being of their children.
The insider stated: ‘They have open communication and both are working to make this transition the best it could possibly be.’
Details: Affleck appeared to be on good terms with Garner after she was seen giving him a hug during a previous meeting earlier this month.
Happily married: Affleck celebrated his one-year wedding anniversary to Jennifer Lopez, 54, this past summer. Pictured in June in LA
Currently, Affleck is playing the role of producer for the heist thriller film The Instigators alongside his brother Casey Affleck and his bestie Matt Damon, who both also play the lead roles in the movie.
‘Follows two robbers who must go on the run with the help of one of their therapists after a theft doesn’t go as planned,’ the premise of the film is described on iMDb.
The Apple TV+ production also stars Hong Chau, Paul Walter Hauser, Michael Stuhlbarg, Ving Rhames, Alfred Molina, Ron Perlman and Jack Harlow.
Affleck is also producing the sports drama, Unstoppable, that will star his wife, Jennifer Lopez, as one of the leads, according to The Hindu.
The story is based around Anthony Robles, a wrestler born with one leg who won a national championship at Arizona State, who will be played by Jharrel Jerome.
The film will mark the directorial debut of Oscar-winning editor William Goldenberg.
Affleck behind-the-camera works also extends to being executive producer for Small Things Like These, an historical drama that stars Cillian Murphy, Ciaran Hinds and Emily Watson.
Flashback: Affleck and Garner wed in 2005 and were married until 2018; pictured in 2014 in LA
Behind-the-camera: Affleck is currently focused of producing three films now in production after directing and starring in the sports drama Air with Matt Damon
The Good Will Hunting writer and star most recently showcased his directorial skills in the biographical sports drama film Air.
He would do double duty on the production starring alongside Damon, who’s not only lifelong friends but also partner in the Artists Equity production company.
The story ‘follows the history of sports marketing executive Sonny Vaccaro, and how he led Nike in its pursuit of the greatest athlete in the history of basketball, Michael Jordan,’ IMDb reports.
Air was originally slated for a streaming-only release on Amazon Prime Video but Amazon Studios eventually decided to release the film theatrically following strong results from test screenings.
It went on to gross over $90 million against a budget that projected to be between $70-90 million.
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