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George Clooney is a Derby County Fc fan.
The 54-year-old actor is currently working on thriller movie, ‘Money Monster’, and has garnered a keen interest in the football team after spending time with co-star Jack O’Connell who is constantly watching the matches.
A friend of Jack’s explained: “Wherever Jack is in the world he is tuning into Derby County matches and he is a vocal supporter so inevitably Clooney became interested in Jack’s football moods.”
However, the ‘Gravity’ star – who married lawyer Amal Clooney last year – has been less than impressed by the team, nicknamed the Rams, due to an unfortunate losing streak which has left Jack, 24, feeling “miserable”.
The source told The Sun Newspaper: “He’s watched a few games but he’s not exactly picked a great time to come on board — the results have been miserable and Jack even more so.”
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FilmNation will be meeting with buyers on the Croisette to discuss Hhhh, a second Heydrich assassination story in the market alongside Altitude’s Anthropoid, which sees Sean Ellis lining up to direct Jamie Dornan and Cillian Murphy.
Clarke will play Heydrich, who became the highest ranking Nazi killed during WWII when he was slain by paratroopers in 1942. The actor stars as John Connor in summer tentpole Terminator: Genisys and will be seen in September release Everest.
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Happy birthday, George Clooney! This man is truly like a fine wine, only getting better with age. The Oscar-winning actor, who is married to the lovely London barrister Amal Clooney, is ringing in the big 5-4 today. With his chiseled jaw line, sophisticated style and picture-perfect smile to match, it's easy to see why the Money Monster star has been turning heads for years. To honor his b-day milestone, check out our gallery showcasing George and Amal's romance rewind. Whether you fell for this previously long-haired hunk in 1990 for his Red Surf role or later swooned over his countless humanitarian efforts, it's understandable why we all need our George Clooney fix »
Helen Hunt and Dakota Fanning have signed on to play the leads in “Please Stand By,” the next drama from “Sessions” director Ben Lewin. Fanning (“The Twilight Saga”) is playing a brilliant young woman with autism who escapes her care home to embark on a journey to Hollywood in order to deliver a screenplay for a competition. Hunt, who garnered an Oscar nomination for her supporting role in “Sessions,” is playing the caretaker who is in hot pursuit of Fanning. “Please Stand By” was written by Michael Golamco (“Grimm”) and being produced by Daniel Dubiecki (“Up In the Air”) and Lara Alameddine (“Money Monster”) for. »
- Greg Gilman
Exclusive: Mark Cuban’s 2929 backs road-trip heart-warmer sold by Embankment.
Dakota Fanning (The Twilight Saga) and Helen Hunt (The Sessions) are on board to star in road-trip movie Please Stand By, from The Sessions director Ben Lewin and producers Daniel Dubiecki (Up in the Air) and Lara Alameddine (Money Monster) .
International sales are handled by London-based Embankment Films, which will be taking the film to the Cannes Marche this month.
Fanning will play Wendy, a brilliant young woman with autism who escapes her care home on the road-trip of a lifetime in order to deliver a script she has written to a Hollywood competition.
Wendy is pursued on her journey by her no-nonsense carer Scottie (Hunt).
Written by Michael Golamco (Grimm), producers are Dubiecki and Alameddine of new La-based outfit The Allegiance Theatre, which is currently producing Jodie Foster thriller Money Monster starring George Clooney.
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Amal and George Clooney had a picture-perfect Tuesday with her family. The couple stepped out in NYC for a meal with her parents, Ramzi and Baria Alamuddin, and her sister, Tala. George treated his mother-in-law with the same love and respect he's shown Amal throughout their relationship. Upon the group's arrival at Italian restaurant Caravaggio, the actor locked arms with Baria and led the way inside the restaurant. Throughout all their adventures during their first year of marriage, George and Amal have been sure to set aside time for their loved ones, including his mom, Nina Warren. In March, George treated Amal and his mom to a night out. The Clooneys have only gotten more adorable throughout their past couple of months in the Big Apple. Earlier this month, George and Amal could not have looked more in love when she visited him on the set of Money Monster. »
Las Vegas - It's not an understatement to suggest that since they last presented their wares to the world's theater owners Sony Pictures has had a pretty dramatic 12 months . December's North Korean hacking scandal made the release of Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg's "The Interview" a global news story where the studio and exhibitors blamed each other for not screening the film in mainstream theaters. And, frankly, when Potus gets involved there better be a lot of water under that bridge to put all that behind you. Five months later Sony has a new Chairman (Tom Rothman) and, luckily, much better films to help heal some delicate wounds. The studio didn't have the star power to rival previous presenters Paramount and Warner Bros, but they did bring a lot of new footage and also made some news. First, let's get to the news. Sony revealed that a new "Jump »
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Talk about flower power! Amal Alamuddin stepped out to visit her husband, George Clooney, on the NYC set of Money Monster on Saturday, April 18, and she worked a little garden on her ears for the occasion! Embracing the season, the British human rights lawyer, 37, modeled giant flower-shaped, gemstone earrings by Dolce & Gabbana, which perfectly complemented her posie-printed Giambattista Valli top. She teamed those with a pair of medium-wash skinny jeans and Valentino wedge heels. And of course, Alamuddin finished the ensemble with her signature bouncy [...] »
George Clooney got a visit on the set of his new movie Money Monster from wife Amal Alamuddin Sunday. Amal Alamuddin Visits George Clooney On Set Alamuddin headed over to the set of Money Monster over the weekend and was spotted laughing with Clooney in between takes of his upcoming film. The two engaged in lively […]
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You know how some people have an off day? Apparently not Amal Clooney. The human rights lawyer continued her very stylish week life with another outfit that we can't wait to copy. On Sunday, the 37-year-old visited her husband George Clooney on the set of his Money Monster film again but this time she doubled up on a classic spring trend: Florals. The rising style star paired a Giambattista Valli top with cropped Citizens of Humanity skinny jeans in Cinder—the denim perfectly matched her gray mani/pedi. And then to up her flower power even more, Mrs. Clooney rocked statement earrings by Dolce & Gabbana. As for the rest of her accessories, she donned oversized »
Amal Clooney paid a weekend visit to George Clooney on the NYC set of his new film Money Monster. The two were seen engaging in animated conversation, as George put his arm around Amal and grinned from ear to ear. The smitten couple also got close as they chatted, sharing sweet embraces and whispering to each other. This isn't the first time Amal has dropped by to see George on set: she was also there last weekend with George's dog, Einstein. All of this cuteness is just the latest in a series of adorable outings for the couple. They've had quite a few romantic dinner dates together in just the past couple of months alone. Keep reading to see their latest photos. »
George Clooney had a special guest at work on Sunday: Amal Clooney! The attorney and professor visited her husband on the set of Money Monster in NYC. If that wasn't cute enough, she brought along the actor's dog Einstein, which George adopted from a shelter in 2010. The couple took in some fresh air while holding hands on a stroll with the adorable pooch. It's just the latest in a string of outings George and Amal have shared in the big city lately. In early April, Amal glowed during their date night, and in late March, the duo grabbed dinner with George's mom, Nina Warren. Related: See George and Amal's cutest pictures together! »
Like most of us Amal Clooney appreciates a lazy Sunday ensemble. After weeks of high fashion the human-rights lawyer went full on weekend casual while visiting her husband George Clooney on the New York City set of his new movie, Money Monster. Clad in ripped, loose boyfriend jeans and an eyelet shirt topped with a leather Balenciaga biker jacket, the 37-year-old statement skipped heels in favor of Ash Thelma wedge sneakers. But her best accessory? It wasn't her fringe purse or oversize shades. Nope, the duo's adorable Cocker Spaniel pups were the winning part of this look. While the couple was not seen interacting with the film's director Jodie Foster or George's co-stars Julia Roberts or »
Take your wife to work day? Amal Alamuddin and George Clooney are clearly inseparable, as evidenced by her visit to the set of the actor's new film, Money Monster, on Sunday, April 12, in New York City. The visiting Columbia Law School professor, 37, who usually opts for glamorous, leg-baring frocks, dressed down for the occasion. Photos: Amal Alamuddin's best style looks Alamuddin looked edgy in a Balenciaga "Genuine Biker" jacket, a silk printed top, and distressed Citizens of Humanity "Corey" jeans. She completed her relaxed outfit with black [...] »
The book follows the FBI’s leading body language expert, Navarro, who was sent to track down Rod Ramsey to report on his knowledge or association with Clyde Lee Conrad, an U.S. Army officer who sold top-secret classified information to the People’s Republic of Hungary. It documents Navarro and Ramsey’s relationship and interviews against the backdrop of the Cold War.
Scribner, a division of Simon & Schuster, recently acquired North American rights for the book.
- Alex Stedman
What better way to round off the end of March than with landing a job! Here are eight casting notices from the past week listed on Backstage! Jodie Foster’S “Money Monster”Casting director Allison Hall is seeking background performers for Jodie Foster’s feature film. Business types, protester types, and NYC onlookers are the roles needing to be filled. Professional pay will be provided for the nonunion actors. The film about a Wall Street expert who has a fan turn on him after he doles out bad advice shoots April 10 and 11 in New York City. Applicants must have full day and possibly night-time availability. “Strawberry Jam”Shooting out of Orange County, Calif. this short film is seeking two leads—one male and one female—to tell the story of a young man trying to piece his life together after a psychotic break. The film will be shot on the Red camera. »
Talent is currently being sought for the film “Money Monster.” “Money Monster” is Jodie Foster’s directed feature film and is seeking background performers. Professional pay will be provided and submissions are being sought from the NYC area. For more details, check out the casting notice for “Money Monster” here, and be sure to check out the rest of our audition listings! »
Gazing into the crystal ball, Screen rounds up its Cannes predictions.
With the unveiling of Cannes Film Festival’s Official Selection now exactly three weeks away buzz over the titles that Thierry Fremaux and his team will select for the 68th edition is hitting fever pitch.
Earlier the week, Cannes unveiled its poster featuring Ingrid Bergman to mark the centenary of the late big screen’s birth and it was announced that Stig Bjorkman’s documentary Ingrid Bergman – In Her Own Words would show in Cannes Classics as part of the commemorations.
For the rest of the Official Selection, except perhaps the opening film which is traditionally revealed in advance, Cannes watchers will have to wait for the announcement press conference in Paris on April »
He’s been tapped as “the next Tom Hardy” but Jack O’Connell is storming out on his own in his rise from UK TV star to in-demand lead actor.
After turning heads in Angelina Jolie’s Unbroken and tough prison drama Starred Up, O’Connell is running for his life in the historical thriller ’71. O’Connell stars as Gary, a British soldier who inadvertently gets left behind by his patrol unit on the streets of Belfast during a deadly riot. Left on his own, the young Gary must navigate the dangerous streets in an attempt to make it back to his base alive.
The film was released earlier in the UK and Ireland earning several accolades at the British Independent Film Awards including Best British Independent Film and Best Actor, as well as BAFTA nominations in the screenplay and Best British Film categories.
’71 marks the first movie we’ll »
- Rachel West
Exclusive: After gleaming, Tony-nominated performances on Broadway in Stick Fly and The Trip To Bountiful, (plus a run as Juliet opposite Orlando Bloom’s Romeo, and a career-making role in the off-Broadway staging of Ruined), Condola Rashad has been making the rounds of small-screen shows. Now she’s been cast in a pair of upcoming features. She’ll play George Clooney’s assistant in the <a title="Giancarlo Esposito Joins George Clooney & Julia Roberts In 'Money Monster'"… »
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