"Downton Abbey" has a long and distinguished list of famous fans. Now it can add two of Hollywood's biggest movie stars to the roster.
Using his starpower to draw attention to an issue close to his heart, George Clooney said that the Mona Lisa should be returned to Italy while promoting his new movie this week. Serving as both director and star of "Monuments Men," the...Show More Summary
Few might realize that last year George Clooney won his second Oscar. While his first was earned with a superb supporting turn as an actor in the politically charged thriller Syriana, the second came courtesy of the producing credit he was owed for the creation of Best Picture winner Argo. Show More Summary
George Clooney thinks America’s sweetheart, Sandra Bullock, drinks too much, as we learned during his recent Reddit AMA. Reddit, a public Internet message board that has topics on everything from fitness and health to adult My Little Pony fans, often has celebrity “Ask Me Anything” interviews, and Clooney decided to engage fans in a little... Show More Summary
The cast of The Monuments Men is having so much fun promoting the film this month that we almost forgot the movie centers around fine art, Hitler, and Nazi Germany. Notorious prankster George Clooney and his costars - Matt Damon, Bill...Show More Summary
Right now you can see the latest filmmaking effort from director George Clooney and producer Grant Heslov with The Monuments Men. Unfortunately, despite my excitement for the film, it turned out to be a disappointing historical drama with an inconsistent tone reminiscent of the live-action dramas Disney made in the early to mid 90s. Show More Summary
GEORGE CLOONEY'S new film as co-writer-director, “The Monuments Men”, is inspired by a genuine international organisation, the Monuments, Fine Arts and Archives Section, which was dispatched to mainland Europe in the dying days of the second world war. Show More Summary
Should Britain return the Elgin marbles? While promoting his new film Monuments Men, about returning art taken by the Nazis to its rightful owners, George Clooney has said that the UK should give the Parthenon marbles back to Greece. Are you with him? Guardian poll, closes on Saturday. There seem to be a lot of nationalists in the comments.
George Clooney and Matt Damon hit the red carpet at the premiere of their film The Monuments Men at the Cinema UGC Normandie on Wednesday (February 12) in Paris, France. The guys were joined at the event by their co-stars Jean Dujardin, Bill Murray, John Goodman, and Bob Balaban, as well as Matt‘s wife Luciana. [...]
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Though The Monuments Men wasn’t the hit some people hoped it might be, George Clooney isn’t phased. He’s still got a Best Picture Oscar for his work producing 2012?s Argo and now he and partner Grant Heslov set up a new project. They’re acquiring the remake rights to the 2013 Norwegian thriller Pioneer. The original […]
On the heels of their The Monuments Men opening, George Clooney and Grant Heslov are, according to The Hollywood Reporter, making plans to produce an English-language remake of the 2013 Norwegian thriller, Pioneer. Directed by Erik Skjoldbjærg,...Show More Summary
George Clooney was among the big names remembering America’s little darling, Shirley Temple, on the day of her passing. One of America’s first child stars grew up to be a U.S. Ambassador, working with peacekeeping groups and continuing to charm everyone she met. Show More Summary
It's completely reasonable of George Clooney and Bill Murray to suggest the Elgin Marbles should return to Greece. The world's most influential building reunited with its integral art – why not? The problem is, it's unworkable. Why make an exception for the Marbles? Why not take the various rooms from British country houses in the [...]
They’re quite an ensemble of handsome gentlemen and earlier today (February 12) the cast of “The Monuments Men” showed up at a photocall in Paris, France. George Clooney, Matt Damon, Bill Murray, John Goodman, Jean DuJardin, John Goodman...Show More Summary
A heartfelt political statement, or a bit of PR provocation in the service of their new movie, "The Monuments Men"?
Didn't win that dream date with George Clooney last month? Well now there's something even better: a double date with Ben Affleck and Matt Damon.In a new video released by the actors to promote the Omaze.com contest, the good friends...Show More Summary
Cheering headlines in the Greek press and an invitation to visit the Mediterranean country were certainly not what Oscar-winning actor and director George Clooney expected when he answered a journalist's question about a return of the Elgin Marbles from the British Museum to Greece. Show More Summary
Deadline International Editor Nancy Tartaglione and host David Bloom blow through the Berlin Film Festival‘s first days, led by Bill Murray’s “Murricane” of appearances tied to Wes Anderson’s Grand Budapest Hotel, George Clooney’s The...Show More Summary
The Monuments Men: This sure does look like World War II, all right. In his review of The Monuments Men, Erik Henriksen is absolutely right. He correctly identifies it as the worst of all George Clooney's directorial efforts, says that...Show More Summary