The commercial includes a disclaimer that says the lookalike "is not George Clooney." Looking like George Clooney may be sinful, but it may also be illegal. According to The Telegraph, Nespresso is calling out coffee nemesis Israeli Espresso Club for casting a George Clooney lookalike in its coffee ads. Show More Summary
There is only one actor named George Clooney shilling for an espresso company, and Nespresso wants to make sure consumers know he’s only working for them: the company’s Israel arm is suing a rival for using an actor who looks somewhat like the salt-and-pepper Clooney in ads, claiming it’ll confuse customers. Nepresso Israel filed a lawsuit against Israeli Espresso Club …
Spike Lee, George Clooney, Will Smith, and Jada Pinkett Smith are among those who have been vocal about the Oscars' lack of diversity this year and calling it a real problem. For the second consecutive year, the Academy failed to nominate...Show More Summary
Looks pretty cool: Follow the Money with George Clooney & Julia Roberts The post Money Monster appeared first on The Big Picture.
We've still got over a month till the Oscars, and we're neck-deep in headlines about Leo winning. So I'm totally in love with this takedown of The Revenant. The more I think about that movie, the dumber it seems....
TriStar Pictures will release Money Monster on May 13, 2016 The post Money Monster International Trailer Puts George Clooney in a Tight Spot appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Lupita Nyong'o has joined David Oyelowo and George Clooney in speaking out about the Oscars, which, for the second year in a row, have produced an all-white slate of acting nominations. "I am disappointed by the lack of inclusion in this year's Academy Awards nominations," wrote Nyong'o, the last black... More »
The stunning lack of diversity among the 2016 Oscar nominees has pissed off a whole host of respected stars: Spike Lee, Idris Elba, George Clooney, David Oyelowo, and Academy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs have all released statements expressing anger at the total shut-out of any nominees of color in any... More »
Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith may not force the Academy Awards to reflect the nation's diversity, but Cate Blanchett, Matt Damon, George Clooney, and the white establishment might.
The conversation that the #OscarSoWhite hashtag, Jada Pinkett Smith's tweet and video, and then Spike Lee's Facebook post the fact that black actors are not recognized and rewarded at the Academy Awards is going full steam ahead.
A bigger talking point than the actual nominations for next month's Oscars has been the rather shocking lack of diversity among the nominees themselves. People far and wide have already voiced their dismay, and now George Clooney has...Show More Summary
David Oyelowo and George Clooney have added their voices to the growing outcry over the lack of diversity in Hollywood after only white actors and actresses received nominations for performance Oscars this year. "For 20 opportunities to celebrate actors of color, actresses of color, to be missed last year is one thing —...
Alexis Arquette Calls Will And Jada Pinkett-Smith “Gay Hypocrites” Black representation in the Oscar’s nominations has become a hot button issue within the last week or so, with everyone from George Clooney to Producer Will Packer chiming in on the
George Clooney is speaking out in a lengthy statement about the lack of diversity at the 2016 Oscars after only white actors were nominated. “If you think back 10 years ago, the Academy was doing a better job. Think about how many more African Americans were nominated. I would also make the argument, I don’t [...]
George Clooney thinks the Academy, which votes for Oscar nominees and winners, is "moving in the wrong direction." Clooney told Variety his thoughts on the Academy's failure to nominate a single actor of color for the second year inShow More Summary
George Clooney has jumped into the conversation surrounding the embarrassing lack of diversity in this year’s Oscar pool specifically as well as in Hollywood in general. Read more...
After the Oscars revealed all 20 of its actor nominees were white, everyone from Jada Pinkett Smith to David Oyelowo to even the President of The Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences have voiced frustrations about the lack of diversity in the prestigious institution. Now, George Clooney, the unofficial mayor of Hollywood, is adding his [...]
"I think that African Americans have a real fair point that the industry isn't representing them well enough."
Even as the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences is vowing to take "dramatic steps" to diversify its Oscar nominees in future years, more stars are speaking out about the fact that the 2016 acting nominees do not include any people of color. Show More Summary
George Clooney Speaks Out Against The Academy Black people have been fed up for the past week or so after the nominees for this year’s Academy Awards were announced and not a single person of color’s name was read. The