March 14th, 2012
12:26 PM ET
George Clooney is testifying before Congress today about his recent visit to South Sudan, where he says he witnessed frequent attacks on civilians.
He told Soledad O'Brien this morning on CNN's "Starting Point" that "When you are indiscriminately bombing innocent civilians, you are committing war crimes. It's a cowardly act, and that is what they're doing."
Clooney is the co-founder of the “Satellite Sentinel Project,” which uses satellite imagery to screen for signs of aerial attacks and troop movement throughout the region. Last week, he was there writing and directing a video about the situation for the anti-genocide group, "The Enough Project."
"We were there when they fired three rockets over our head," Clooney described. "We were there when a young man got both of his hands blown off. It is very difficult to see these people living in the kind of fear that they have. This is every single day...they actually live in villages; they're hiding in caves because they're being killed. And that's very difficult to see."
February 16th, 2012
06:07 PM ET
Although he's gained a reputation as Hollywood's playboy, George Clooney hasn't totally ruled out the idea of one day settling down for good.
Clooney's been married before, and as he told Piers Morgan on "Piers Morgan Tonight" last year, considering that union ended in 1993 "should show you how good I was at it."
These days, however, it sounds like Clooney is ever so slightly changing his tune.
January 29th, 2012
08:11 PM ET
Matthew Lillard made the transition from comedic actor to dramatic actor with his recent role in “The Descendants.”
But when he walked the red carpet at the Screen Actors Guild Awards on Sunday, Lillard joked that he was more excited about making the transition from an “unemployed actor to a working actor.”
Lillard told E!’s Giuliana Rancic that a lot of things have changed since he became part of costar “George Clooney’s posse.”
“I’m with the Cloonster,” he said. “Nothing can go wrong when you roll with George Clooney.”
January 13th, 2012
02:00 PM ET
We had no idea we had so much in common with George Clooney.
"My favorite part is somebody always gets hammered and really screws up, which is good fun," Clooney told CNN of the Globes awards, at which he'll be on Sunday. His two films, "The Ides of March" and "The Descendants," brought in nine nominations.
January 9th, 2012
12:38 PM ET
George Clooney turned in two lauded performances last year with "The Ides of March" and "The Descendants," but he shows no signs of slowing down.
The actor announced at the Palm Springs International Film Festival on Saturday that he has another movie in the works called "The Monuments Men" that will have him pulling double duty as the co-star and the director, the L.A. Times reports.
"The Monuments Men" is adapted from the Robert Edsel's 2009 book of the same name, and focuses on the art historians who became heroes during World War II as they tracked down prized artwork taken by Hitler.
November 29th, 2011
03:42 PM ET
The nominations for the 2012 Film Independent Spirit Awards have been announced, and George Clooney and Ryan Gosling are facing off for the honor of best film.
Gosling's action vehicle “Drive” and Clooney’s family drama “The Descendants” have four nods each, including the "best feature" nomination.
But it's "Take Shelter," starring Michael Shannon and Jessica Chastain, and this month's acclaimed film “The Artist” that are in the lead with five nominations each.
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