"It's true! I was going to do 'Homeland.' I liked the show. I signed on. The guys were ready. I don't want to blame it on 'her,' but my wife and I have an arrangement where when she works, I don't work and when I work, she doesn't work," Affleck shared. "She said, 'I have this movie, it's 10 weeks, it's in Atlanta.' I said, 'Okay, forget it. I'm sure nothing will happen with it anyway.'"
-- Ben Affleck, at the Artios Awards on Monday, talking about how his wife, Jennifer Garner, put a stop to him directing an episode of "Homeland." No hard feels though on Affleck's part. "I want to thank my wife who is spectacular and who puts up with me and is a doll, who is the reason I didn't do Homeland," he told the crowd. "But she is also the reason why my children [Violet, 6, Seraphina, 3, and Samuel, 8 months] know my name!" he added.