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Where in the world is Ben Affleck?

In Lynn.

Film crews rolled up to the Gannon Municipal Golf Course early this morning to shoot more scenes for “The Company Men,” the John Wells film that co-stars Tommy Lee Jones and Kevin Costner. An employee at the golf course told us the crews were filming a “winter scene” today and that they’d be back June 2 for summer shots. That same employee told he had seen Affleck on site “but not the other two guys.”

The Lynn course was also used last year during filming of Mel Gibson’s “Edge of Darkness.”

We hear "The Company Men" crew will be in Roxbury next week.

For more on Ben's wife's new movie about butter, and yesterday's Opening Day festivities, click here.

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