Like in plenty suburbia-set movies of the past (think American Beauty, The Stepford Wives, Happiness, and of course, The 'Burbs), there’s some serious foul play at work in 'Suburbicon.'
Renowned prankster George Clooney was not up to his usual tricks on the set of his new directorial effort Suburbicon.
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George Clooney on upcoming 'Suburbicon': "Less funny and a lot angrier" than Coen Brothers version. "It seems like a good time for a film that feels angry"
Amal — apparently with a baby bump — and George Clooney arrive in Barcelona with his parents on Feb. 1. Apparently Julie Chen has an in with the stork, because she reported on Thursday’s episode of The Talk that George and Amal Clooney are expecting twins. While there have been rumors recently that the powerhouse human rights attorney was pregnant, Chen “confirmed” the reports on the CBS gabfest.
Jack O'Connell is just anonymous enough — for now, anyway — that unfamiliar viewers who see Money Monster are going to be stunned to discover he was brought up in Derby, England. The 25-year-old Brit nails the Queens accent, along with the borough’s blue-collar sensibilities, as Kyle Budwell, a man so enraged by a bad, savings-depleting stock tip that he takes hostage the TV financial guru (George Clooney) responsible for the bum advice. O'Connell has earned acclaim in a series of low-budget British-produced films like This Is England, Starred Up, and ‘71.
Grill George Clooney on his philanthropic work, and he might just lose his rag. The reporter asked Clooney what he was doing that was 'concrete’ in helping out in the refugee crisis, rather than making movies, and should use his fame to influence policy.
George Clooney has peeled back from the pranking lately. Hail, Caesar! marks the second consecutive film (after Tomorrowland) where the actor’s co-stars have reported a surprisingly lack of shenanigans from the notorious prankster. Josh Brolin recalled with tempered glee how it was he who did the pranking on Caesar!, the new 1950 showbiz comedy from the Coen brothers, and implored us to ask Clooney for all the juicy details.
It’s a meeting of cross-generational beefcakes as Channing Tatum and George Clooney combine forces in Hail, Caesar!, a new comedy from the Coen brothers that sends up the studio system in 1950s Hollywood. Both play actors in the film: Clooney a marquee swashbuckler starring in the titular Roman epic, and Tatum a tap-dancing musical man who performs a sailor-themed song-and-dance number in a riff on On the Town. While the actors were paired at this past weekend’s L.A. press day for Hail, Caesar!, we asked Tatum, 35, if he was angling to cast Clooney, 54, in the inevitable next installment of his popular male-stripper series, Magic Mike.
When it comes wailing on George Clooney (as featured in the exclusive clip from Hail, Caesar! above), Josh Brolin can’t help from hiding his delight. “I figured a lot of people have probably wanted to slap Clooney around for a long long time,” says the star of the forthcoming period comedy by the Coen brothers. The film revolves around Brolin’s 1950s movie studio fixer Eddie Mannix, who uses thuggish tactics to cover up potential media scandals caused by his debauched actors.
George Clooney is having an epically bad day. As you can see in the exclusive first trailer above, the plot follows Clooney’s Lee Gates, an amped-up Wall Street wizard (think CNBC’s Jim Cramer) whose TV show gets hijacked by a disgruntled viewer, Kyle Budwell (Jack O'Connell). “This poor guy Kyle put the only amount of money he has in one stock and loses everything in nine minutes,” Foster tells Yahoo Movies.
The veil of mystery surrounding Disney’s upcoming adventure film starring George Clooney is being lifted right here, right now in an exclusive behind-the-scenes video for 'Tomorrowland.'