Back to Work? Ben Affleck Spotted Holding a Script at Warner Bros. Studios
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The visit to the studio arrives after the Batman depicter completes a 30-day stint in rehab which started on August 22.

AceShowbiz - It seems like Ben Affleck is doing well after going back to rehab last month. The 46-year-old actor, who is currently battling his addiction to alcohol, was recently spotted at Warning Bros. Studios in Los Angeles. Is he bouncing back to work?

Stepping out of a black SUV, the Batman depicter looked casual in a black hoodie and a blue T-shirt during his outing on Wednesday, September 26. He completed his laidback style with gym shorts and sneakers.

Ben Affleck at Warner Bros. Studios

Ben Affleck at Warner Bros. Studios after completing his recent rehab stint.

It remains to be seen what brought Ben to the studio. However, the actor was spotted to have what appeared to be a script on his hand.

Ben recently completed a 30-day stint in rehab which started on August 22 following an intervention at his home staged by ex Jennifer Garner. A source tells PEOPLE that Ben is planning to keep receiving care.

"He is doing much better but needs to continue receiving care," the source reveals. "As difficult as it was to have his recent trip to rehab all play out so publicly, it now seems the way it happened was for the best."

"Ben seems to take this rehab visit more seriously," the insider continues, adding that "this time is different." The source goes on saying, "He doesn’t want his kids to have to go through this again. Ben is really trying very hard to get better. He is taking things day by day, but it seems he plans on staying at the treatment center for at least a couple of more weeks."

Another source claims, "This continues to be a very public battle on a private matter and he struggles with that. He is encouraged by all the support and wants people to take away that you can ask for help."

Ben's latest rehab stint marks the second time for him. The "Gone Girl" star first entered rehab in 2011. Later in March 2017, he announced he had completed treatment for booze addiction.

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