George Clooney, Sandra Bullock Enjoy a Beautiful Sunrise in First 'Gravity' Trailer (Video) 2 weeks ago
George Clooney and Sandra Bullock have the worst day any pair of astronauts can have in the first trailer for "Gravity." ...
By Greg Gilman
Review: Clooney does some of his best work to date in a terrific film about hell in paradise, from writer-director Alexander Payne
The Oscar winner also talks to Rolling Stone about his love of iFart, losing his virginity and not caring whether people saw "The Ides of March"
No one can work a room like Clooney, and Jackman shows you how he does it
George Clooney guest stars as a Halloween treat for Roseanne's sister Jackie
The bearded Affleck shows up at the Beverly Hilton looking more like the top tentpole producer than himself
In George Clooney’s latest, even the most laudable politicians aren’t above a dirty trick or two if it means getting elected
Can Melissa McCarthy break into the Supporting Actress race, and how Oscar-worthy is the new Stephen Daldry movie? A look at what Academy Awards trackers have to say about the big races
Hollywood is still a big source of money for the campaign, but past contributors from Streisand to DiCaprio have yet to write a check -- and past supporters are grumbling
The scene: it’s far past midnight and Glenn Close is snuggling up to her daughter at the post-premiere of her movie, “Albert Nobbs”
George Clooney is overexposed, docs are hot, the Oscar race is confusing ...
Clooney segues from "The Ides of March" to "The Descendants," and chaos follows
The film weaves together family, history, loyalty and the unwelcome pressures of growing the hell up
The talk of Telluride is promoting "The Ides of March," and "The Descendants" at the Canadian fest
The producer of the moving 9/11 telethon revisits the pressures and pleasures of putting together a worldwide special in one week (Videos)
The first day of Toronto screenings brings looks at two awards contenders, "Moneyball" and "The Ides of March"
We've picked the Best Picture winner early for the last two years, but this year offers a confounding crop of contenders
Telluride may have peaked with its very first premiere, of "The Descendants," but Glenn Close's gender-bending performance has also drawn heat
Alexander Payne's "The Descendants" started the festival on a Rocky Mountain high, while Glenn Close in drag and Martin Scorsese's tribute to a Beatle drew more muted praise
First three days of the fest feature a handful of respected movies, plus Madonna's fancy flop
Exit polls after Venice Film Festival debut of Clooney's political drama show mixed reaction
Venice, Telluride and Toronto will spell glory or doom for awards contenders over the next three weeks
Salman Rushdie, Cameron Crowe and Nicolas Cage are also expected to attend, along with hundreds of other familiar names
Film is Alexander Payne's first since "Sideways"; Martin Scorsese's George Harrison doc will also screen
Warner Bros. also sets dates for "Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close," "Journey 2: The Mysterious Island" and "Gravity 3D"
Polanski's "Carnage" and Soderbergh's "Contagion" will play at fall festival, which opens with George Clooney's "Ides of March"
Alexander Payne's movie, starring George Clooney, had originally been slated for a Dec. 16 debut
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation