STORY: ShowBiz Minute (CR) - ShowBiz Minute: Reeves, Affleck, Jackson

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SOURCE: AP Entertainment

STORY NUMBER: 4078727

DATELINE: London - 31 January 2017

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Los Angeles, 30 Jan. 2017

1. Close of Keanu Reeves talking to reporter

2. Close of Common talking to reporter

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FILE: New York, 20 March 2016

3. Medium of Ben Affleck arriving at the premiere of "Batman v Superman"

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FILE: Los Angeles, 26 January 2012

4. Wide of Paris Jackson on stage introducing Justin Bieber

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Keanu Reeves has called President Donald Trump's immigration order "just terrible."

The star, who was speaking at the premiere of "John Wick: Chapter 2," pleaded for Americans to "think about it," saying, "Let's react to it and hopefully react with love."

Common echoed his co-stars thoughts, praising protesters and saying "the power is in the hands of the people."

Ben Affleck won't direct the standalone Batman movie.

In a statement Monday, Affleck - who will still act in the movie - said it "has become clear that I cannot do both jobs to the level they require."

Affleck continued, "Performing this role demands focus, passion and the very best performance I can give."

Paris Jackson is ready for her close-up.

Fox TV said that the daughter of Michael Jackson will make her acting debut on drama series "Star."

Jackson will play an intimidating social media guru, Rachel, who has an impact on the show's lead characters.

This is Matt Kemp with AP ShowBiz Minute