Holy party-crashing superheroes, Batman!
Affleck, 41, and his wife,
The venue, however, was closed for a private party that boasted a
Anyway, the Afflecks asked the hosts if it would be OK for Sam to hang out at the play center with the other kids, and they happily obliged.
It's good to be famous. And you don't say no to Batman.
Once the young guests got wind that the superhero was in their midst, they got even more excited. And Detroit Kid City -- which in true SoCal fashion features organic coffee and wheat-grass shots on a "vegan-friendly" refreshment menu -- got a bit of good press out of it too.
"I spoke with Ben for 10 or 15 minutes .... He was very interested in getting a Detroit Kid City out in L.A.," the venue's Garrett Dixon told the Free Press. "He said they had a blast."
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