Late-sixties CBS comedy hour that earned the ire of President Nixon.
George Clooney, Albert Brooks, Gary Oldman, Christopher Plummer, Christoph Waltz, and Nick Nolte walk into a room ...
"He really wants it."
"George Clooney sort of lost his 'George Clooney-ness' the first day I met him."
And also how they are different.
Earned double what No. 2 Ides of March did.
In 'The Ides of March,' director George Clooney informs us that politics drags down even good people. This is news?
"Some people do skinny-dip, but it’s funnier if I go upstairs and put a suit on, and then I jump in the lake."
Plus: George Clooney considers Ryan Gosling a pretty boy, and more, on our daily late-night roundup.
"That gets nominated for Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actor. And it's not mine."
Michael Fassbender has arrived, and we'll have a very crowded Best Actor race at next year's Oscars ...
Doesn't go over that well.
Confusing to the eyes and the heart.
Ryan Gosling plays a scandalous press agent.
It's the new movie from Alexander Payne.
It's a world where humans are pets ...
Hope it's like 'Leatherheads'!
Larry McMurtry and Diana Ossana are not big fans of the organizations that gave them awards a few years ago.
"I didn't live my life in the right way for politics."
He'll be replacing Robert Downey Jr.
Which you already knew.
He'll star for his frequent collaborator Steven Soderbergh.