Why does he have such good taste in roles, /int/? It's like all of his projects are aimed at the indie market despite being distributed by the big studios.
He obviously didn't have the pull he has now back then. The last crowdpleaser he did was the last 'Ocean's' flick back in 2004. Good Night and Good Luck in the following year was a watershed between mainstream heartthrob Clooney and edgy indie Clooney.
Friendly reminder that George Clooney is a complete douchebag, and harassed Charlton Heston on his death bed, mocking his debilitating Alzheimer's Disease, and sending threatening letters to Heston's wife and children, all because Heston was a prominent member of the National Rifle Association.
In other words, Clooney is the complete opposite of what a man is.
by that point he'd already been in ER, One Fine Day, Batman & Robin, From Dusk Till Dawn, The Peacemaker, Out of Sight, Three Kings, The Thin Red Line, O Brother Where Art Thou, and The Perfect Storm
he was comfortably A-list at that point.
That socres him major alternative hero points. Being inconsiderate to people is just a rich & powerful people thing, he can't help it. Your post just adds to my suspicion that George probably likes to have a toke with Johnny and Joaquin in the Viper Room on an off day.
>Heston reacted with his customary intelligent wit and wisdom referring admiringly to Clooney’s late aunt, well-known singer Rosemary Clooney:
> “It just goes to show that sometimes class does skip a generation.”
>Later, Heston added:
> “I don’t know the man — never met him, never even spoken to him, but I feel sorry for George Clooney — one day he may get Alzheimer’s disease. I served my country in World War II. I survived that — I guess I can survive some bad words from this fellow”
Heston is a such a gentleman
>I served my country in World War II. I survived that — I guess I can survive some bad words from this fellow”
fuck you clooney
Clooney is an odious cunt. He forgets that Heston offered a lot of support to civil rights groups back in the day, back when people like Heston did things like this because they thought it was the right and proper thing to do in order to progress the society they lived in. Unlike Clooney and the rest of the elitist liberal Hollywood fags who attach their names to any cause they feel is fashionable, or will help promote their image.
Clooney should think about the damage he does promoting Nestle.