Jennifer Lopez And Ben Affleck Will Be Long Distance For A While

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Jennifer Lopez And Ben Affleck Will Be Long Distance For A While
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Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck are taking their brief long-distance period in stride.

The actors have been finding ways to stay connected as they shoot films in separate countries. According to E! News, the two have been meeting up often on the weekends while Lopez films her upcoming Netflix thriller, The Mother, in Vancouver and Affleck works on the Robert Rodriguez film Hypnotic in Austin.

'They are both filming during the week on location, but they have met up whenever possible,' an insider told the outlet. 'They are working out their schedules so that they can be sure to see each other every few days. Things are good between them, and they are staying connected. They are busy with their projects, but also making time to be together.'

Bennifer 2.0 were inseparable this past summer, when the 'Waiting for Tonight' singer and her family relocating to L.A. to be closer to the Good Will Hunting actor. The reunited couple have since been blending their families and enjoying time bonding with each other's children.

The insider also told E! that Lopez has been traveling back and forth between L.A. and Vancouver to visit her twins, Max and Emme Muñiz, and Affleck.

The couple were able to spend time together in Los Angeles and New York City this fall while supporting each other at events. They walked the red carpet together at the NYC premiere of Affleck's film The Last Duel earlier this month.

Lopez and Affleck have also started planning for the holidays early, with a source telling Entertainment Tonight that they hope to spend the season together with their families.

'They plan on spending the holidays together with the kids and also taking some solo trips,' the source said. 'They want to be together all of the time, so their next big things are Thanksgiving and Christmas with all the kids. There is a lot to coordinate, so they are figuring it out.'

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