There's something to be said for a man who knows what he likes and sticks to it. In this instance, that man is George Clooney, and that thing is black clothing. Those who are paying attention have probably noticed that Clooney almost...Show More Summary
Now in theaters, Money Monster, directed by Jodie Foster and starring George Clooney and Julia Roberts, was among 336 films shot in New York City in 2015. What made it unique for the Big Apple was... To view the full story, click the title link.
If your internet life is anything like mine you probably saw one too many articles this week on Money Monster and what it meant for the election, or what it meant that George Clooney made this movie and is a Hillary supporter, or why this movie exists when The Big Short already came out. I […]
George Clooney called the war-action-comedy "the worst experience" of his life. But he loved the movie.
Production on the Coens-penned dark comedy begins this fall.
It pays to be a movie star, quite literally. At the ultra-swanky Cannes Film Festival this week, stars like George Clooney and Blake Lively are lining up on the red carpet for their movies and attending parties on the French Rivera. But...Show More Summary
George Clooney has slammed Donald Trump (again), saying that the real estate mogul will not become president of the United States. Clooney continues to be one of the Hollywood voices echoing in the background during this race to the White House. Show More Summary
Lee Gates, the cable-news host played by George Clooney in Jodie Foster’s fine but forgettable movie Money Monster, is plainly a fictionalized version of Jim Cramer, even though both the star and director have denied the parallel. He hosts a show called Money Monster on a business news network; Cramer’s nightly CNBC show is Mad Money. Show More Summary
A-Listers in Hollywood are lining up against the GOP’s presumptive nominee, Donald Trump. George Clooney called Trump a xenophobic fascist and Jennifer Lawrence told British comedian Graham Norton she wants to meet Donald Trump so she can say “fck you” to him. Now Angelina Jolie...
Carpool Karaoke is back again, and this time it's Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas joining James Corden behind the wheel. SEE ALSO: George Clooney and Julia Roberts crashed Gwen Stefani's Carpool Karaoke with awesome results As well as the...Show More Summary
There was probably a time when George Clooney and Julia Roberts starring in a shouty hostage drama was a guaranteed box-office smash. But despite its title, Money Monster didn’t so much gobble the green as nibble at loose change. The...Show More Summary
15 years ago, a movie starring George Clooney and Julia Roberts would have been automatic box office gold -- a guaranteed $35 million opening weekend. This weekend, however, the pair's "Money Monster" opened in third place, with an estimated...Show More Summary
George Clooney and Julia Roberts gave a potent reminder of what movie stars look like.
Last fall we learned that Sandra Bullock had been lined up to star in a reboot of Ocean’s Eleven, the heist comedy starring George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matt Damon, Julia Roberts and more. The 2001 film from director Steven SoderberghShow More Summary
George Clooney’s good looks are not effected by gravity! Here’s a 25-year-old version of the 'Facts of Life?' actor at a charity event back in 1986 (left) and 30 years later... the 55-year-old "Money Monster" leading man at the…
George Clooney isn’t a Donald Trump fan, and during a recent Money Monster interview, Clooney got candid about his feelings, telling the world what he thinks about The Donald and his White House aspirations. According to George Clooney, despite Trump being the presumptive Republican nominee, he’s never going to be the President of the United... Show More Summary
Amal Clooney looks so chic in her rainbow dress while leaving the Hotel Du Cap-Eden-Roc with her husband George Clooney on Saturday (May 14) in Antibes, France. The married couple made their way to the airport after attending the premiere of George‘s movie Money Monster during the 2016 Cannes Film Festival earlier in the week. [...]
Disney's "Captain America: Civil War" is ruling the box office in its second full weekend of release, but the Jodie Foster-directed "Money Monster" looks to put up solid numbers in its debut. Starring George Clooney and Julia Roberts, "Money Monster" is eyeing an opening between $14 million and...
The George Clooney/Julia Roberts thriller 'Money Monster' was the top new release of the weekend.
Jodie Foster was 12 years of age when she starred in the R-rated movie Taxi Driver with Robert de Niro, but 15-year-old George Clooney’s parents told him, “no way,” you can’t watch that film. During an interview with People and Entertainment Weekly, George Clooney said rather ironically of the film, “I wasn’t allowed to see... Show More Summary