'Catch-22': George Clooney and Team Reveal How They Cracked the Code on Complex World War Comedy

Hulu's miniseries Catch-22, all six episodes of which premiered on the streamer May 17, is not Hollywood's first swing at adapting Joseph Heller's satirical and confounding 1961 novel. The late film director Mike Nichols first brought it to the screen in a 1970 feature — but the movie was eclipsed by another wartime black comedy, Robert Altman's M*A*S*H. Nichols knew he had a miss, admitting in one interview that during production he felt like he was pregnant with a dead child. "Such a lovely way of putting it," jokes George Clooney, who didn't let the ...
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