Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner
Several rumors about Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner have been debunked this year. In Picture: Ben Affleck (L) and Jennifer Garner arrive at the 2014 Vanity Fair Oscar Party on March 2, 2014 in West Hollywood, California. Getty Images/Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez

As the year 2018 comes to a close, it is time look back at all the rumors surrounding Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner. A new report has debunked all the false stories surrounding the two celebrities. Meanwhile, Affleck is back from rehab and is busy promoting his new film.

According to a report by Gossip Cop, the biggest story about Affleck and Garner that has been debunked this year is about a report that Garner being ready to take Affleck back because he agreed to seek help for his alcohol problem. That report had claimed that the actress used the promise of being a family again as a motivator to get her ex-husband sober and well.

A source close to Garner has reportedly confirmed that the story of her wanting to be reunited with Affleck is a fabrication. She apparently has no intention of getting back together with Affleck after he returns from rehab.

Garner was reportedly dating someone while Affleck was in rehab. Back in October, reports suggested that she was dating CaliGroup CEO John Miller. Such news further proves that Affleck and his ex-wife aren’t planning on getting back together.

Affleck and Garner finalized their divorce in November, but they are still in touch with each other, People reported. The couple spent Thanksgiving together and took their kids Violet, Seraphina and Samuel to Montana to spend some quality family time.

The Thanksgiving holiday was planned long ago by Affleck and Garner, an insider reportedly confirmed. The source also added that they always spend the holidays together as a family.

According to the Boston Herald, Affleck and Garner spent Thanksgiving just hanging out with the kids and cooking. The report noted that the actress may have even tried some dishes from her “Pretend Cooking Show.”

After spending 40 days in rehab, Affleck is back to work. According to People, “Triple Frontier” is Affleck’s first film after his divorce. The film is directed by J.C. Chandor, and the plot revolves around five Special Forces operatives who reunite to plan a heist at sparsely populated multi-border zone of South America.

“Triple Frontier” is a Netflix film, and a trailer has already been released. Affleck is busy promoting the movie. Some of his other upcoming projects are “The Last Thing He Wanted,” “Torrance,” “Witness for the Prosecution,” an untitled “Accountant” sequel and “Justice League Part Two.” It remains to be seen whether he will get to reprise his role as Batman in a solo film.