The Ides of March: George Clooney Chats with Movie Fanatic

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George Clooney chose the play Farragut North as his next venture into the double duty of acting and directing. On screen, we know it as The Ides of March and Clooney sits down with Movie Fanatic at the Toronto Film Festival to chat about how after Good Night and Good Luck, the political thriller caught his fancy.

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George Clooney is gay. Sorry folks, it's very obvious if you understand how Hollywood works. He has beautiful, young and stupid women on his arm at gala events, and that's the extent of his relationship with them. He's scared coming out would hurt his image, but he is incapable of having a real relationship, and all his talk about "I never want to get married" is a cover also.