Bill Murray, Matt Damon, John Goodman, and George Clooney had the silveriest foxiest night about town. Just a group of four chill bros. At first glance, really just looks like a group of dads. But look again! It’s a quirky film director’s dream team!
The legit foursome are shooting a film in Berlin titled The Monuments Men. Here’s a short description of the film from IMDB: “In a race against time, a crew of art historians and museum curators unite to recover renown works of art stolen by Nazis before Hitler destroys them.” Yes, what better roles for John Goodman, Bill Murray, George Clooney, and Matt Damon than badass art historians and museum curators?
Clooney I hope that mustache is essential to the plot.
Mad props to The Daily Mail for the photos and for also describing to the last detail what each man is wearing.
Check out the rest of the photos. Also some random dude is there at one point. No idea who it is.
George Clooney has made much of his career during the past decade or so by being a silver fox. Ladies love that salt ‘n’ pepper hair and sparkling smile, and he’s an average actor with pretty good personal politics, so what’s not to love? Well, here’s something ol’ Georgie himself doesn’t love: gray hair… which he’s apparently only just noticing he has, since deciding to grow a beard.
From E! News:
“I was a little surprised how gray it was when it come out,” he told me on the red carpet yesterday. “It came out and it’s gray! You’re like, ‘What the hell happened? I was young once but now I’m old.’”
I mean, I know he was technically joking – and of course thirsty ass Stacy Kiebler cut in on the convo to say how much she loves his hair – but bro… you’ve been gray for years. I don’t remember seeing him with any other shade, except maybe a grayish brown in like, 1990. Also, he’s 51 – even the golden Adonis must fall prey to the elements… or whatever. I doubt it’ll put a dent in his popularity with the ladies.
George Clooney has been arrested in Washington, D.C. during a protest over the Sudan crisis.
Clooney was leading a protest in front of the Sudanese embassy in D.C. when he was hauled away by secret service agents.
Clooney’s publicist Stan Rosenfield tells TMZ, “They were protesting the violence committed by the government of Sudan on its own innocent men, women and children. They were demanding they allow humanitarian aid into the country before it becomes the largest humanitarian crisis in the world.”
Sources connected with George tell us he feels good about the arrest because it puts the spotlight on the crisis.
We’re told a dozen people got arrested including congressmen, leaders of the human rights community, Sudanese citizens, and George’s father … Nick Clooney.
TMZ updated the story a few minutes later, saying that Georgie was arrested for crossing a police line:
Clooney was arrested for crossing a police line … which is a misdemeanor offense.
Clooney was arrested by the uniformed division of the U.S. Secret Service … but he’s currently being booked into a D.C. police station.
I guess you aren’t a hip, humanitarian celebrity unless you get arrested for protesting something humanitarian-related and … I don’t know, foreign.
No, I’m kidding. I agree with a lot of what Clooney and others have been peddling about the Sudanese offenses, because I really think we should all be taking care of one another – and that includes all of our international friends, too – but … meh. I’m just not one of those protesting types. And there was a Mitch Hedberg joke I once heard that pretty much sums the way I feel up entirely: “I’m against picketing, but I don’t know how to show it.” Smooth, right?