The Kevin Spacey vehicle isn't without some annoying tics, and feels a little late boarding the bandwagon of projects with Washington politics as a backdrop.
George Clooney the director would have preferred if George Clooney the actor could have taken some time off instead of pulling double duty and co-starring in the political thriller "The Ides of…
George Clooney's fourth feature as a director observes the inner workings of a Democratic presidential campaign through the eyes of a hotshot press secretary who isn't as smart as he thinks he is.
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George Clooney will produce and may star in serial-killer thriller "The Monster of Florence" for Fox 2000 with Bruce Cohen, Dan Jinks and Clooney's Smoke House partner Grant Heslov also producing.
George Clooney's come on board opposite Sandra Bullock for Alfonso Cuaron's 3D space station thriller "Gravity" for Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures.
Sony has nabbed domestic distribution rights to George Clooney's adaptation of the Broadway play "Farragut North," with plans for a platform release next December before expanding wide in January.
George Clooney has parted ways with Warner Bros., moving his Smokehouse Pictures shingle to Sony.
A crackling good entertainment set in the snowy wilds of an Iowa Democratic presidential primary.
In a seven-figure deal, Chris Noth has committed to "Sex and the City 2," the sequel to be directed by Michael Patrick King for New Line Cinema.
Terrence McNally and Beau Willimon ("Farragut North") are among the scribes participating in "The 24 Hour Plays on Broadway," with Cynthia Nixon, Liev Schreiber, Julia Stiles, Rosie Perez, David…
Beau Willimon's trajectory is the sort that inspires young writers to dream big: Before he'd ever had a professional production, his play "Farragut North" was optioned for the Great White Way.