The actor was in attendance with wife Amal Alamuddin, who appears to be relishing the spotlight on various red carpets as George makes his promotional tour for “Hail, Caesar!”. These premiere photos come from the 66th Berlinale International Film Festival going down right now in Berlin, Germany. Simply judging by the time of the film’s release, I can say with some amount of confidence that this is a shitter, but when you group it with films like “Zoolander 2,” “Hail, Caesar!” feels like an Oscar candidate.
As for Toni Garrn—God damn! The woman is on fire! DAAAAAMMMMNNNNNNNNNNN YYYOOUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUU, LEEEOOOOOOO!
The upcoming film ‘Our Brand Is Crisis’ is produced by George Clooney’s Smokehouse Pictures, so that’s why he & his wife Amal are in attendance. Judging by the photos, it appears George & Amal are still floating around in Planet Honeymoon Phase, so let’s see how long that continues. Who knows, maybe Amal has to pop out a couple kids first?
Aside from Sandra Bullock, the film, which hits theaters this weekend, also stars Scoot McNairy, Billy Bob Thornton, Anthony Mackie and Ann Dowd. Here’s more about the plot:
In 2002, Bolivian politician Pedro Gallo (a fictionalized version of Gonzalo Sánchez de Lozada) hires American James Carville’s political consulting firm, Greenberg Carville Shrum, to help him win the 2002 Bolivian presidential election. GCS brings in Jane Bodine (Sandra Bullock) to manage the campaign in Bolivia. Battling her arch nemesis, the opposition’s political consultant Pat Candy (Billy Bob Thornton), Bodine successfully uses American political campaign strategies to lead Gallo to victory against Victor Rivera (a fictionalized version of socialist candidate Evo Morales). Source
I’ll be honest, I really thought George Clooney was using Venice as a decoy for a real wedding he was going to have elsewhere while the press cruised around the Grand Canal, but obviously that wasn’t the case. It appears as if George, even though he’s somewhat of a private guy who manages to keep the press at a distance, wanted the Venetian wedding experience to the point where he was willing to suffer through the logistical nightmare that comes coupled with the world-famous floating city.
Earlier today, George & Amal were all smiles following their civil ceremony, which also took place in Venice. So, did George surprise Amal with a prenup or was this true love after all? He doesn’t seem like the guy who would wait all this time to get married and then go the prenup route, but considering she’s a lawyer, I hope George didn’t think let his emotions muddle with the reality of his situation.
At the end of they, this is a man who has spent the better part of his life living as a Hollywood A-list bachelor (he’s 53), so his sudden decision to take an exit for pothole-ridden marriageville will undoubtedly come with a list of challenges once he & amal resurface from a seemingly bottomless pool of rose pedals, more commonly referred to as the honeymoon period. Then again, when you consider how much George works, he’ll probably spend a lot of time away from Amal, so this marriage has a chance, assuming he can limit continue working 320 days of the year.
And finally, George & Amal aren’t probably that superstitious, but we should note that a lucky (or unlucky?) member of the papz photographed a black cat that apparently made repeat appearances during the past 48 hours as the wedding extravaganza went down. Hmm…
George Clooney’s newest plaything-turned-temporary-fiancee, Amal Alamuddin, is enjoying the daily ego-stroking sessions courtesy of London-based paparazzi. Can you blame her?
The beautiful 35-year-old London-baed lawyer was seen catwalking around her London home. Apparently she had trouble finding the keys to her home, so she had to return back to the coffee shop across the street to meet up with her friends.
Considering she just came into the spotlight with the help of George Clooney, we’re pretty sure Amal Alamuddin will continue having her ego stroked by the papz for the foreseeable future.
These latest pics were snapped earlier today as George Clooney’s sexy fiancee was seen catching a cab to the American Embassy in London. The Brit lawyer has apparently convinced the actor to search for a new home in London, which hints that Amal would continue her London-based legal career. The fact that these two will be seeing very little of each other besides maybe hooking up from time to time to have amazing sex, I can see this relationship working—at least until they spend a lot of time with each other.
It’s an odd comparison to make, but that’s the first thing that came to mind when I saw these new pics of Amal Alamuddin catwalking out of the John Freida salon in central London. George Clooney likes to keep a far lower profile than Brad Pitt and Angelina, so I’m sure the media attention won’t get as crazy simply due to lack of visibility, but I still think George & Amal are the new A-list Hollywood couple in town.
I’m still giving George Clooney the benefit of the doubt and going to assume that he’s using the engagement ring as sex-bait in order to get a piece of Amal. Judging by the way she’s glowing, we’re gonna assume she took the bait and now George will simply put the relationship on cruise control for the foreseeable future. He’ll let Amal get a taste of Hollywood glam by hitting up red carpet events at various premieres and even the Oscars, if she can play her cards right. At the end of the day, why ruin a great lifestyle by getting temporarily hitched? It doesn’t make sense.
Pictured: Padma Lakshmi, Lily Aldridge and Cate Blanchett
It wasn’t too difficult to choose our favorite three on the red carpet. One woman is a Victoria’s Secret model (Lily Aldridge), another is a straight-up, Indian-flavored cougar (Padma Lakshmi) and the third is an Oscar-winning actress (Cate Blanchett), who beautiful disguises her freaky side with a classy exterior.
It’s always fun to make George Clooney jokes, but I don’t nothing but love for the guy. He should be a role model for all rich & single dudes. If you’re thinking about getting married & settling down with a couple kids, do some research on George’s life first before pulling the trigger.
Pictured: George Clooney; Luciana Barroso and Matt Damon
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From all the footage I’ve seen and judging by the interviews director Alfonso Cuarón, as well as co-stars George Clooney & Sandra Bullock gave during their stint at Venice Film Festival, I’m gonna go out on a limb and say that this film will not only get an Oscar nod for Best Picture, but director Alfonso Cuarón will get honored with a Best Director nomination, as will Sandra Bullock for Best Actress. The film is already critically golden, so I have a feeling audiences will show it the same love when it hits theaters this Friday (October 4).
Naturally, the red carpet (in this case, a black-colored carpet) featured a lot of big names. Katie Holmes was glowing in front of cameras—not because of what she was wearing, but her poses & wide smiles were so full of energy that we have to assume she’s having plenty of sex these days. I wouldn’t be surprised if she got it on right before she hopped into a taxi and headed to the premiere at AMC Lincoln Square.
Our other favorites were of course Jamie Chung & the always-sexy Katrina Bowden. Our only suggestion for Jamie Chung is for her to take more risks when she’s on the red carpet. It’s almost like she goes wild when she’s out & about and plays it very safe when on the red carpet.
Even though I probably just pumped up expectations a little too much, I have a feeling a film like this will more than live up to it. Here’s the synopsis:
Medical engineer Dr. Ryan Stone is on her first space shuttle mission, accompanied by veteran astronaut Matt Kowalski, who is commanding his final expedition. During a spacewalk, debris from a satellite crashes into the space shuttle Explorer, destroying most of it and leaving them stranded in space with limited air. The debris continues to hit other satellites, causing a chain reaction of destruction until the satellites necessary for the two astronauts to communicate with Mission Control in Houston are also destroyed. Nevertheless, both Kowalski and Stone continue to transmit “in the blind” to Mission Control, in the hopes that Mission Control can hear them, regardless of whether or not they receive messages from Mission Control. Read more…
After a highly touted premier at this year’s Venice Film Festival, the first official trailer of Alfonso Cuaron’s Gravity has finally hit the web. Starring Oscar winners George Clooney and Sandra Bullock, the film follows the quest of a group of astronauts stranded in space as they try to return safely to Earth.
Recently called “the greatest space movie ever made” by director James Cameron, Gravity releases wide October 4.