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George Clooney Rags on Brad Pitt

George Clooney Rags on Brad Pitt

George Clooney playfully ragged on good friend Brad Pitt on last night’s The Late Show with David Letterman. George knocked Brad for also winning the title of “People’s Sexiest Man” twice. George joked of Brad: “He was a little upset. It sort of knocked his thing down a notch.”

Brad congratulated George‘s win by taking out full-page ads in Variety and The Hollywood Reporter, which read:

Dear George,

Congratulations on being People Magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive.

[insert cornball picture of George from 1985]

Your Friend,

“The Reverend Ted”

Yes, it’s in reference to that Ted. The Ted Haggard who was guilty of “sexually immoral conduct” and ex-pastor of mega-church New Life Church.

George retaliated on Letterman by showing old school pictures of Brad wearing tapered pants and a beret. Above is George imitating one of Brad‘s cheesy poses.

George also joked of Matt Damon: “We felt bad for Matt Damon because he really wanted it. He campaigned hard for it but we think he just came up short.”

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  • Newbie

    first..

  • sy

    hahahah, i can’t believe that’s brad! he’s like a wine… that certainly gets better with age ;-)

  • Indie’s post

    I brought her post here because it is worth reading.
    ******************************************************

    Indie Says:

    November 29th, 2006 at 1:12 am
    kearnie Says:

    November 28th, 2006 at 11:41 pm
    Frenchy – I am not too sure about Angelina on Oprah. I actually don’t think she is into shows with a live audience any more. As a matter of fact, I FEAR for her if she ever enter than min-van majority territory.

    I am suprised that she is doing LKing but then again, she is with other cast members.
    *******************************************

    Isn’t this being a bit alarmist? Why would you fear for Angie in a live audience. Angelina might not be liked by some people, but beyond the tabloid world Angie is respected. I read this article today in Marie Claire written by Wentworth Ali, George Stephonopolous wife about celebrity advocating for their causes. For all the celebrities mentioned and praised, Angie was the only one singled out for gushing. The writer said she is so knowledgeable about her causes and that it is so funny seeing grown men rushing for their cell phones and bragging about who they just make. She said people in DC cannot wait for Jolie-Pitts to move to Georgetown not only because Angie has such succulent lips and a bod for sin, but because she knows how to get things done.

    I say this because sometimes vocal minority are the loudest, that was why I started posting on this blog nearly two years ago, because I got tired of hearing how women hated Angie, and only one person that I know hated Angie because her husband is a dog and Angie is the unseen threat, besides her, most other women that I know like Angie even if they don’t care for her BBT days.
    Serious minded people like Angelina and believe me the mini van sect are in the minority but they shriek the loudest. Nobody that I know will go on gossip blog, they don’t even know that I post on blogs and they think I am obssessed. Most people don’t care enough to go on blogs, but don’t be fooled, Brad and Angie are liked, admired and respected just not as loudly or as vocal as the non-fans.

  • Re: GC

    Can George ever go without mentioning Brad? Is that basically his gist? To talk about Brad all the time, nonstop, 24/7?

    He either has a huge man crush on Brad or is a coattail rider.

    I thought Brad was a “hollywood friend” to George. Clooney must really believe because that because the only time he mentions Brad is when the media is paying attention.

    Yeah, good job Clooney. Run farrrrrrr away from you “hollywood friend” when people are bashing him and he is going through a low phase.

    And come running back once he starts getting praise for his movie and he’s recieving positive comments.

    George, what a convenient friend you are.

  • GC GC GC

    Post from the old Brad thread

    =================================

    Re: GC Says:
    November 29th, 2006 at 12:50 am
    Can George ever go without mentioning Brad? Is that basically his gist. To talk about Brad all the time, nonstop, 24/7?
    He either has a huge man crush on Brad or is a coattail rider
    =================================

    ITA, GC IMHO is a male version of a medaiwh#re . Excuse my language but I think he does what is good to his image only . He likes the limelight more than anything else and riding on Brad’s coatail seems to be his latest quest for attention.
    He is way overdoing it … trying to appear like he is the “bestest” friend of BRad . I do question where he was when the public bashes BRad …and how he never put it or back him up then.

  • asif

    Give it a break – Clooney and Pitt are really good friends – they rag on each other and play practical jokes — why not on tv — stops them from having to be too personal about other things — it’s fun and they enjoy it as do the masses. George Clooney isn’t using Brad Pitt- Clooney doesn’t need any media help from another celeb and niether does Pitt.

  • voltavie

    lol, Obviously Mr. Pitt is keeping abreast of the news in the US although he is overseas.!!!

  • dragonfly

    Man it pays to be up late working on course material! Brad’s red lips….man, I can’t stop laughing!

    *************************************
    voltavie Says:

    November 29th, 2006 at 1:45 am
    lol, Obviously Mr. Pitt is keeping abreast of the news in the US although he is overseas.!!!

    **************************************

    voltavie, he and Angie are in New Orleans. Have been since Sunday.

    yellow rose, yes, I agree this is an entirely stupid hour to be here, but ….hey, what can I say?

  • Missouri Fan

    Hi Artemis!

    I love your long post, i’m smiling while reading it.
    I will be looking for your long post from now on. :D

    Thanks Jared & Audrey for the new thread!
    I fall asleep watching Letterman talking to GC >> I missed the above part maybe
    it’s because I’m not a fan of GC >>he seems not a real friend to Brad.

    Wishing the best for all the BAMZS fans, Jared & Audrey , Jolie-Pitts & staff.

    Good nite all !!

  • Alexanderina

    Thanks Jared for the new thread, GC is such a prankster, I adore GC, awwwww Brad is so cute and adorable is those pictures

  • Sara

    What are some of you talking about when you say George didn’t back Brad up during the bad times? George had nothing but praise for Brad last year. He was also one of the first to publicly say he was happy for Brad and Angelina. Besides I don’t think Brad needs or wants his friends to defend him in public. Especially in regard to the “Bermuda triangle.” Also I don’t think George would’ve brought up those pictures if Brad hadn’t taken out that ad in the first place. Whatever Brad and George do or say about each other, it’s all in the good fun. I for one enjoy their camaraderie and pranks no matter how silly they are.

  • malaya

    Indie Says:
    Serious minded people like Angelina and believe me the mini van sect are in the minority but they shriek the loudest. Nobody that I know will go on gossip blog, they don’t even know that I post on blogs and they think I am obssessed. Most people don’t care enough to go on blogs, but don’t be fooled, Brad and Angie are liked, admired and respected just not as loudly or as vocal as the non-fans.
    *************
    I agree w/ you Indie. Oftentimes, people conveniently forget about the silent majority. Let me add to your story. I was quite surprised by the comment of one of our consultants. He saw one of Angie’s St John pics on my screen saver and he said “Is that Angelina Jolie?” to which I responded yes, and he continued, “She absolutely gorgeous. I like because she’s not only beautiful but on top of that so kind and so compassionate”……he is an engineer and does not keep up w/ celebrity gossip but he’s heard about her UN humanitarian works…..

    *************
    Hello to all my kababayans!! special mention to the pretty lola of little Bradley…

    *************
    Amaya K – I read your Jon & AJ fanfic….kinda a departure from Broken….but I find it a refreshing departure…….(sorry I’m still bias towards Broken….. :LOL: )

  • Alexanderina

    dragonfly Says:

    November 29th, 2006 at 1:52 am
    Man it pays to be up late working on course material! Brad’s red lips….man, I can’t stop laughing!
    ————————————————————————————————
    Hi dragonfly, me too, those lips are so red and juicy :lol: :lol:, okay I am off to bed now and I think I will be dreaming about Brad’s red lips :lol:. Night dragonfly

  • lurker opinion

    Here is what GC said on Larry King last year. (IMO GC was just trying to get out of saying anything to Larry. I don’t think he was trying to disrespect Brad):

    Aired February 16, 2006 – 21:00 ET

    KING: We’re back with George Clooney. Brad Pitt is a very close friend of yours.

    CLOONEY: Yes, sure is.

    KING: How are they doing?

    CLOONEY: Well, I don’t know. They’re on the road now. They’re traveling around so I would imagine they’re doing well. We talk, you know, when you say very good friends he’s not — I have my friends and then I have sort of my showbiz friends and showbiz friends are people that you actually care about and spend a little time with but it’s not like we call each other every day or something like the (INAUDIBLE).

    KING: Oh, you’re not like friend friends?

    CLOONEY: Yes, we don’t, you know, it’s not like we go, I mean he’s come to my house and stayed and, you know, like that but it’s not like we, you know, we go backpacking together.

    KING: Did you offer him your house for a honeymoon?

    CLOONEY: No but I will now. He can come there if he wants. A bunch of tabloids, all the tabloids had that that he’s coming to my house to get married. I wanted to rent a bunch of tables, you know, and put them outside and then get a bunch of like kids or something dressed up in tuxes and watch them in tuxes and watch all the cameras come by.

    KING: Do you keep in — you don’t keep in close touch though?

    CLOONEY: I do. I mean I talk to him probably once a month or so.

    KING: Good guy?

    CLOONEY: A great guy. I mean a great, truly great guy.

    KING: Do you like working with him?

    CLOONEY: Love working with him. Yes, he’s, you know, he — Steven Soderbergh and I have a — we’re partners. We have a company together and we have sort of this life’s too short rule and the life’s too short rule for us is work with actors that are good and enjoy what they do and don’t make other people unhappy. I think we’re very lucky and very privileged to be here.

    You know I was — I grew up, I cut tobacco for a living. I sold insurance door to door. I didn’t really think I was ever going to get to this place in my life and so I think we should enjoy it and have fun with it.

    KING: How did Brad deal with that public divorce?

    CLOONEY: I don’t — I think — I think how does anybody deal with it, you know. We’ve all been through sort of public issues at times and he probably does it the same way that most do which is by trying to listen as little to it as you possibly can and it will go away eventually.

    KING: It’s hard though isn’t it?

    CLOONEY: Yes, I think — well, I mean if you look at the magazines I don’t think there’s been a magazine in the last three months that didn’t have them on the cover so, yes, I think it’s hard. I would imagine it’s very hard for them.

    KING: Yes and how do you deal with that. You can’t look away.

    CLOONEY: I think you can at some point. I think at some point you have to look away because if you just stare at it I think it will make you crazy.

    Cnn.com transcripts

  • Ace Tomato

    Say, Sherlock – didn’t you read the text? Brad Pitt took a full page ad out poking fun of Clooney first – Clooney’s appearance on Letterman was “retaliatory”. Looks like Clooney only comments on his friends in public when they are in on the joke. That’s just nice.

    By the way – a lot of the minivan set admire Angelina Jolie – and not just for her philanthropy. Not all of us see her as a homewrecker. Whatever the deal was with Pitt’s marriage (and who really knows), it wasn’t leading him where he obviously longed to be in life – to being a father in love with a woman who shares his love for children and wants to have plenty with him. That’s also pretty nice – and easy for us minivan moms to relate to. Ahem.

  • lurker opinion

    Robert Redford and Paul Newman have the same type of friendship as GC and BP. They did not hang with each other or go on family trips . However they played gags on each other (One in which Redford put a car inside Newman’s house), respected each other and enjoyed acting together.

  • Maniston

    Is Indie still around? Does anyone know who is on the cover of the Marie Claire where Wentworth Ali praises Angie?

    Oh and thanks Jared and Audrey for the new thread.

  • NaNa

    I think there is minivan mom and there are moms.
    If the moms have with self dignity and confidence, they like Angie and admire her.
    However, if the moms (just minor group, I believe) are a certain group of people who are insecure and worry about their husband, then they do not like Angie.
    So please do not put every mom in same category.

  • dragonfly

    Ace Tomato Says:

    November 29th, 2006 at 2:05 am

    By the way – a lot of the minivan set admire Angelina Jolie – and not just for her philanthropy. Not all of us see her as a homewrecker. Whatever the deal was with Pitt’s marriage (and who really knows), it wasn’t leading him where he obviously longed to be in life – to being a father in love with a woman who shares his love for children and wants to have plenty with him. That’s also pretty nice – and easy for us minivan moms to relate to. Ahem.

    *******************************************

    Yay! Brad and Angie fans are usually nonconformist, so you should fit right in. So glad to hear from someone who isn’t spouting the same old broken record that condemns Angie. Brad was unhappy before and would have wound up divorced anyway, even if Angie had not been on his radar screen at the time. Of course, I feel like she would have been eventually, anyway. They were sorta destined to get together.

  • jq

    GC was the first person who defend Brad right after the divorce. I still remember in the Premier of OC12 at Japan, when reporter tried to ask Brad bout his divorce, GC come into the rescue and retaliate the question. and after Brad and Angie become a couple publicly, He was all prasie and admiration.

  • lurker opinion

    Maniston Says:

    November 29th, 2006 at 2:12 am
    ======

    Ashley Judd is on the cover of Dec. 2006 issue of Marie Claire. Here is one columnist opinion of the article:

    More interesting is Ali Wentworth’s column on page 70 – “Invasion of the Cause Celebs!” Wentworth analyses the masses of cause-pushing celebrities on Capitol Hill – are they legit or simply jumping on the bandwagon? The answer = both. Some stars (Bono, Angelina Jolie) are still there for their causes when the cameras are off and know their facts. Others, well – consider this scene from Oprah:

    “…Meg Ryan was in the white armchair discussing the plight of women in India. I’m sorry, what? Then we saw homemade movies of the Sleepless in Seattle star in Jehangirpuri, one of the poorest slums in the world, wearing her designer sunglasses and an expensive camera, trying to ‘relate’ to these impoverished and suffering women.”

  • Maniston

    lurker opinion Says:
    November 29th, 2006 at 2:38 am

    Thanks LO. I’ll pick up the issue tomorrow.

    Goodnight BAMZS fans. Talk to you later.

  • Minivan

    I dont quite understand this “minivan majority theory” thing, and why would be Aniston be their poster girl, when in fact she is an antithesis of what they are. She is single with no children to take care of, who pampers herself, smokes, drinks, and seems to be living a hedonistic life. On the other hand, Angelina, maybe except for her physical beauty and celebrity stature, could literally be a typical minivan Mom, she takes her kids out and about in a minivan, i think they have one aside from the their range rover. She is a mother of 3 kids, a housewife/partner and a homemaker, she is trying to juggle her life by being a working mother and a “wife’partner” to Brad, and doing a lot of humanitarian work, but does not lose her own individuality, as she still has time to attend to her hobbies such as flying. If ever, she should be the minivan majority poster girl, and not some shallow bored hollywood celebrity like Aniston who doesnt do anything of substance.

  • atropos

    haha :)

  • malaya

    Minivan Says:
    November 29th, 2006 at 3:07 am
    ***************************

    Personally, I take Lainey’s coinage of the “minivan majority” not just refers to stay at home moms (w/c IMO sometimes often used w/ a negative connotation w/c is unfair because choosing to devote most of your time to be w/ your family is noble and a fulfilling one). I think they refer to a certain sector of society who takes tabloid news or celebrity gossip at face value and guillible enough to absorb a certain image as real. It is deemed that they are the majority because they are more vocal as what Indie. This does not mean that this is the perception of all the moms out there, it is actually a perception of most of this “perceived majority” (target audience of entertainment media) during the height of the triangle but as the truth slowly comes out, their resounding indignation has become a lowly whisper of someone who is just projecting and taking this situation as their personal vendetta.

    The entertainment media fed a lot of impressions to justify their agenda or to cater to someone’s agenda. When the truth is that most don’t care and if they admire and like Angie, they do so in silence and don’t spend their time making the rounds in the NET voicing their opinion. Most of them are just too busy with their lives or making ends meet than concern themselves with a celebrity break-up and take the side of a media hyped PR proclaimed American Sweetheart. Most actually don’t care but the media chose not to cater to that fact because it’s not lucrative.

    During the height of this debacle, the media was feeding its audience to side or pity Aniston because she’s the only one playing the game. The other party wants no part of it. Ergo, it backed the one who was most cooperative. Aniston and her team made the media as part of the machine that built up her nice, so down-to-earth image, or girl next door image who everyone should love. So it is no wonder that when her PR team and the media peddled the pity party a lot of the so called “mini-van majority” bought it. Hence, we still have people hanging on to the Golden Image and quoting “truths” from her VF spill.

  • lylian

    I just want to add my vote to the view that the most mums I know like Angelinaj – even when the Break Up first occurred. Of course, most mums I know are over 40 and frankly, have lived a bit in their lives. They are happy and secure in themselves and their relationships.

    I genuinely believe that those who continue to dislike Brad and Angelina 2 years and 3 kids after separation are people who

    (a) have a victim mentality;
    (b) don’t really think but react to their feelings.(I feel therefore I am)
    (c) and the more vitriolic they are, the more they hate themselves, and the awful lives they live.

    Don’t get me wrong, these people may, be objective standards, have a really good life but something stops them from enjoying their own lives. Always, something eats away at their soul so they hate whoever symbolises their fears, their insecurities.

    Most people don’t live like that – thank goodness.

  • malaya

    lylian Says:
    November 29th, 2006 at 4:50 am

    I genuinely believe that those who continue to dislike Brad and Angelina 2 years and 3 kids after separation are people who

    (a) have a victim mentality;
    (b) don’t really think but react to their feelings.(I feel therefore I am)
    (c) and the more vitriolic they are, the more they hate themselves, and the awful lives they live.

    Don’t get me wrong, these people may, be objective standards, have a really good life but something stops them from enjoying their own lives. Always, something eats away at their soul so they hate whoever symbolises their fears, their insecurities.
    ***************

    You pointed out something that reminds me about the Donald Trump incident. One begin to wonder why he did what he did. Aside from getting publicity and to share in the popularity of the J-Ps what’s in it for him? It certainly not for altruistic reasons. I don’t know much about him but he sure does appear to have some vested interest in bashing Angie and acts as if its his moral right. Unfortunately for him, he doesn’t have the credibility to get the mud he threw to stick. Angie’s discord with her father and her taking a firm stand touches a nerve. He’s probably afraid one of his children will do the same. Angie sharing her fortune goes against his personal mantra of amassing his fortune. You’re suppose to hoard it, build from it and not give it away.

    So, same as thru applies to the people who were subjected to the hard selling tactics of the concept that Aniston is the poster girl of the “mini-van majority”. Some took it as gospel because it validates/justifies what you have stated in your post. Sadly, the entertainment media left it from there and made conclusions and still based their stories on those conclusions. What’s unfortunate is that, that biased perception infiltrated into some of the mainstream media. Its also unfortunate that very same media who forced fed that concept conveniently forgot to take into account that those who were lumped as the “mini-van majority” are beginning to question the validity of that claim that Aniston is their poster girl.

  • black

    Who on earth votes for Cloony as Sexiest man alive??
    He looks like a 60 year old gibsy.

    So now he´s got the title two times, and Brad got it two times…..so who do you think will get it next?

  • B12

    The Rev Ted reference is from a line in Ocean’s that George says to Brad :

    “Ted Nugent called he wants his shirt back”

    Anyway, George is a tool. He’s whored his relationship out with Brad forever and a day but when it came time for George pimping himself out for Oscar he’s suddenly only ‘work friends’ with Brad. Which in reality is all he ever really was anyway. When it suits Clooney Brad’s the greatest but when Clooney wants to talk about himself he really doesn’t know Brad.

  • B12

    I also wanted to mention that the whole point of the ad was because George had contacted Variety and wanted to put a “For your consideration” ad in the paper for Matt Damon for Sexiest Man Alive. Variety told him NO! They were a serious newspaper and do not run things like that. Clooney told Brad and Brad contacted Variety and they gladly ran the ad for Brad.

  • bluemoon

    Good Morning. This was posted on bradforums.

    November 29, 2006
    Are Americans Cheap?
    By John Stossel

    The New York Times and Washington Post editorialize about America’s “stinginess.” Former President Jimmy Carter says when it comes to helping others, “The rich states don’t give a damn.” Standing outside the White House, the singer Bono told the press that America doesn’t do enough to help the needy:

    “It’s the crumbs off our tables that we offer these countries.”

    It seems obvious to Bono and President Carter that America offers “crumbs” because the governments of most other wealthy countries distribute a larger percentage of their nations’ wealth in foreign aid. Yes, the U.S. government gave out $20 billion last year, much more than other countries give, but that’s only because we are so stupendously wealthy. If you calculate foreign aid as a percentage of our wealth, the United States gives much less than others.

    Actress Angelina Jolie calls that “really disgusting” in my new TV special, titled “Cheap in America.” “ABC News” will broadcast it tonight (Wednesday, Nov. 29 at 10 p.m. — sorry — I know some of you are reading this column after that). Jolie goes on to say, “I think most American people, you know, really do think we give more. And I know that they would if they could understand how little they give and how much more we can afford to give, absolutely, without even noticing.”

    But wait a second … when talking aid, why do Jolie and the others talk just about what the government gives? Why conflate America with our government? America is the people.

    Jolie could look to herself as an example of the generous American. She gives weeks of her time and millions of her own dollars to charities.

  • B12

    That’s an old quote from Angelina and it’s reference to the American Goverment, not the people.

  • bluemoon

    I also wanted to mention that the whole point of the ad was because George had contacted Variety and wanted to put a “For your consideration” ad in the paper for Matt Damon for Sexiest Man Alive. Variety told him NO! They were a serious newspaper and do not run things like that. Clooney told Brad and Brad contacted Variety and they gladly ran the ad for Brad.
    +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
    LMAO

  • Meli

    George Clooney is one of the most interesting people in hollywood right now.It’s always fun to watch him because he is really smart and funny.I like the way he likes to make fun of himself and this all star-system he lives in.As for his relationship with Brad ,i like the way they tease each other,it shows that they both have humor.Let’s not forget that both of them have the best to say for each other in every opportunity,like here:
    CLOONEY: A great guy. I mean a great, truly great guy.

    KING: Do you like working with him?

    CLOONEY: Love working with him.

    They are both respectful actors with many serious interests in their lives,and i don’t think that anyone could believe that they truly care about whose got the “sexiest man alive”title.They just joke about it and that’s all.A joke.

  • kmillz

    I love the jokes between the two of them

  • alero

    B12 Says:

    November 29th, 2006 at 6:02 am
    The Rev Ted reference is from a line in Ocean’s that George says to Brad :

    “Ted Nugent called he wants his shirt back”

    *****
    Thanks B12. I frankly think the ref to Ted Nugent is better than to Haggard. Do you think Clooney just did not understand that “Rev Ted” is sometimes what Nugent used to call himself.

    I bet Brad loved that he could get the ad in Variety when Clooney couldn’t.

  • Huh?

    Meli Says:
    November 29th, 2006 at 6:51 am

    George Clooney is one of the most interesting people in hollywood right now
    ======================================================

    Are you serious? Clooney has got to be one of the most boring people in HW right now. Clooney goes on interviews and says the same damn thing every.single.time. I think I’ve heard that Matt campaigned hard for SMA thing about 5x’s now.

    The Good German is going to be another bomb for Clooney. The movie is horrible to the point of people in the screenings laughing out loud at it.

    Clooney’s a poser. His whole trip to Darfur wasn’t because he all of a sudden decided he wanted to go. He went because George wants in with the Bono’s , Brad’s and Angelina’s. Hell, Matt Damon went to Africa so George had to go. Always on someone else’s urging or coat tails. Just watch how comitted Clooney will be for Africa and specifically Darfur. That will be his father Nick’s cause not George’s.

    Clooney is a famwhore of the highest order.

  • dtredt

    gdtert

  • Meli

    Huh? Says

    That’s your opinion and i respect that.Mine is different.

  • B12

    I bet Brad loved that he could get the ad in Variety when Clooney couldn’t.
    ====================================================

    I think that was the whole point. Remember who the big dog really is, George. heh

    I have to agree about George though, he is a bit of the famwhore. He campaigned so hard for that Oscar, his covers on VF and the SMA title. I also get the vibe that George has this weird love/hate thing with Brad. I think he likes him, wants to be like him, and yet is jealous of the attention and respect that Brad receives.

    Brad has been extremly succesful with his production company, George had to close his and start anew, etc., etc.

  • B12

    Oops..meant famewhore…not fam-whore (read the post above) like in family which we know George doesn’t want. lol.

  • Huh?

    Clooney is also a DRUNK too

  • Yowza

    I also get the vibe that George has this weird love/hate thing with Brad.
    ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

    I agree with this. The public loves Brad in a way that George has never experienced. I think too that Clooney is stuck in that frat boy mentality while everyone around him has moved on with family and kids. Clooney is looking to stay relevant so he attaches himself to these people’s causes.

  • louloute

    live them alone, he and brad are one of the tre men left in hollywood

  • louloute

    true men

  • the tempest

    Haha, I love George, he’s hilarious. :D

  • Save Darfur

    Clooney’s an a**!

    Enough with him already. He’s so overexposed. He doesn’t know when to stop. Clooney’s an older Ben Affleck to me.

  • deena

    haven’t read the thread yet but I’d like to say……

    Listen, you dried up coon-eyed closet homo’ I don’t even want to begin to know WHY you’re once again the sexiest man alive, concidering that you look like you’re on the worst side of 50. And I don’t know WHO you had to gratify orally to get it. Nor do I care how chummy you and Brad may be *cough* NOT *cough*

    But let me tell you, you acted like the immature d*uche that you are. All that “we joke with each other’, Brad is used to this back and forth childish game
    and no doubt had a laugh. But I’m NOT Brad, I’m a fan, I don’t like this last media stunt that you pulled. Nationwide. Reminds me too much of someone else. See, Brad doesn’t need the publicty like you do, that’s why you escalated it the way you did.

    You made fun of his old pictures, fine we all do that with our old yearbooks, but you come acoss as a childish jealous man, got a mancrush do we? ANY picture of his looks 10 xs better than you look, haved looked or ever WILL look in your life. LEAVE MY BRADLEY ALONE!

    You think you’re the head of this century’s “Rat Pack” but look out, you’ll be marching alone

  • CLINIQUA

    Please people, PEOPLE. George has been politically active and an outspoken progressive for as long as he’s been famous. He is always the first to go toe to toe with anyone who steps outta line, he’s smacked Bill O’Reilly upside the head enumerable times, he was the first to address the papzi’s getting out of control (re Princess Diana’s death), he started talking about Darfur long before others were — his films Syriana was an expose of the whole govt/oil/war deal, Good Night and Good Luck inspired many to start speaking out about BushCo (see Keith Olberman), he’s always entered the political fray without a second’s hesitation…and he does it for several reasons…he’s smart, he cares about people, and he loves his country. I’d advise everyone to read George’s GQ interview from a few years back to get the gist of the man…he’s from a good family that was morally conscientious and sensitive to race and social issues, in Kentucky of all places..his father Nick is his hero (as a kid, George remembers his Dad, a local newscaster, cussing people out and getting up from parties and leaving when someone would say the n-word, or something else particularly racist) – his Dad was a stand-up guy and that’s who he most admires. He is friends with people that are very much like his Dad, politically aware, socially conscious good men like Brad, like Matt. He’s not too hard to figure out. I for one, have always loved George.

    I just wish he’d get his damn teeth fixed.

    Sorry AG, lolol.

  • Save Darfur

    They’re done. They won’t be doing any Ocean’s movies anymore and if Brad hadn’t agreed to do this last one it wouldn’t of gotten made. George did it for the money. It’s the only film that’s ever made $$ for him. George’s films always flop with the exception of The Perfect Storm.

    Clooney hasn’t figured out yet that just because you own a production company doesn’t mean you have to star in almost every single film. I saw George’s Syriana DVD on sale for $3.99. LMAO

    The Good German looks horrible and poor Cate she’s going to get raked over the coals for this one.

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