Director and actor Ben Affleck was in good company at the “Argo” premiere with his producer and friend George Clooney.The Hollywood A-listers teamed up for the political thriller, and Ben “highly recommends” working with his fellow Oscar winner.
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Actor George Clooney and Stacy Keibler are still one of Hollywood’s hottest couples. Reports of a split were completely fabricated, according to his rep.E! News. “Total fabrication designed to sell newspapers.”
While on vacation in Italy, George Clooney and his girlfriend Stacy Keibler both got a bad case of food poisoning after dining out on July 4th.
Keibler tweeted the next day, "Finally had a bad meal in Italy, our whole dinner party got food poisoning #ohwell at least I'm still in Italy."
President Bill Clinton is a George Clooney fan -- so much so, he would cast the Oscar winner to play himself in a biopic.
The former commander-in-chief stopped by “Piers Morgan Tonight” Thursday to chat with guest host, Oscar-winning producer Harvey Weinstein, and naturally the conversation turned toward movies. Clinton balked at the idea of Brad Pitt playing him in a film, calling him “too good looking.” But he warmed to the idea of George. Watch the clip!
Actor and activist George Clooney held a highly publicized multi-million-dollar fundraising event for President Obama at his home in Studio City -- and we're bringing you all the details!Deadline.com that 150 people attended the A-list event at $40,000 a pop. The campaign declined to say how much they expected to raise, although it is estimated to be a record $15 million, making it the most lucrative fundraiser of its kind, ever.
Humanitarian George Clooney was arrested Friday outside the Sudan Embassy in Washington D.C. after a planned act of civil disobedience. Clooney and several of his activist colleagues were taken away in handcuffs after three verbal warnings.
Clooney is protesting Sudan's president, Omar al-Bashir, for causing a humanitarian crisis by blocking food and aid from entering the Nuba Mountains in the country's border region with newly independent South Sudan.
Actor George Clooney appeared on the "Today" show Wednesday, talking with host Ann Curry about his recent trip to the volatile border region between Sudan and South Sudan, which became an independent state last year.
In the interview, Clooney described the horrible loss of innocent life from aerial attacks, which he said he was "close enough to feel," and placed the blame on President Omar al-Bashir and other Sudanese government officials, whom he described as war criminals.
Watch the interview.
Clooney spoke to the Council of Foreign Relations in New York on Tuesday and will testify before Congress about Sudan on Wednesday.