George Clooney has been one of Hollywoods favorite actors since his work on the TV drama ER. SInce leaving the silver screen George Clooney has made the a-list of movie stars with his roles in Peacemaker, One Fine Day, as well as the Ocean's series.
According to court documents from April 27, the “Ocean’s Eleven” co-stars have sued two audio-visual companies for the misuse of the Oscar winners’ photos in advertisements shown on its websites that were used to market the business’ equipment.
Long-time Democratic Party supporter George Clooney announced on Tuesday (April 10) that he will be hosting a fundraiser for President Barack Obama's re-election campaign at his home in Los Angeles, California on May 10.
The Oscar-winning actor will co-host the event with Dreamworks CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg, who was originally slated to hold the dinner but his new home will not be finished in time.
Just two days removed from his headline-making arrest outside of the Sudanese Embassy, George Clooney sat down with "Fox News Sunday" earlier today (March 18) to talk about the cause for which he's willing to get thrown behind bars.
Leading into the segment, host Chris Wallace started off by telling Clooney that he's the only reason that Sudan was included in the show's topics of discussion, as he told, "I'm embarrassed to say this, but we would not be doing this segment, frankly, on Sudan if you weren't a part of it... Is that the point?"
He's long been known for his political activism, and today (March 16) George Clooney's latest protest landed him in handcuffs at the Sudanese embassy in Washington, D.C.
The ""Descendants" actor was taken into police custody alongside his journalist father Nick Clooney, as well as Martin Luther King III, NAACP President Ben Jealous, Rep. Jim McGovern, Rep. Jim Moran and former Rep. Tom Andrews.
Proving he's not just a handsome stud with amazing acting skills, George Clooney is spending time bringing light to some serious issues in the violent Sudanese region of Africa.
The "Descendants" star met with South Sudan's minister and a regional governor last week and, according to the Associated Press, he also crossed into the dangerous Nuba Mountains where civilians were forced to take shelter in caves because the region was under aerial military attack.