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” asks Robinov, who points out that Syriana was, from the outset, “180 degrees” away from the commercial intent of Ocean’s. ’” Leatherheads, Smoke House’s first film, does take a jag away from Clooney’s recent work, back toward earlier comic roles.“I look at Syriana and say, ‘What more could you have hoped for? It is also the first time that Clooney and Zellweger appear together in a movie, although at this point it’s still too early to know how convincingly they portray a screen romance.’ It met our box-office expectations, and he won an Academy Award.” Grant Heslov, Clooney’s friend of 25 years with whom he recently cofounded a new production company, Smoke House, explains that although Clooney could make “loads of cash” if that’s all he cared about, he’s more concerned with his legacy at this point. At the time of this interview, a final cut of the film, due out next spring, was not available, but Clooney did bring a few snippets with him—on his i Phone—to show Zellweger.“Here we go,” Clooney says.“This is my favorite barroom brawl.”“Oh, that’s so cool,” Zellweger squeals, marveling at the technology.“I think that he’s in that sort of doldrums, that midelection run, where you’re still trying to define what it is that you want to be.” Clooney’s advice to Obama, offered in all apparent seriousness, would be to watch the The Candidate—a 1972 Oscar winner starring Robert Redford as a charismatic liberal underdog running for the U. In the film, he plays the titular “fixer” in a powerful New York law firm who is charged with mopping up messes made by the firm’s wealthy clients.He’s a divorced, heavily indebted burnout case with a gambling problem—a far cry from the dashing dazzlers Clooney is known for playing.

At the mere mention of the word “politics,” Zellweger pretends to break out in a rash. But Clooney has accrued an unusual level of credibility on this subject, and his recent work for Darfur alongside conservatives like Senator Sam Brownback protects him somewhat from right-wing critics, who, he says, might otherwise label him “the bad liberal freak.” As for the upcoming presidential race, he has said that he’ll do whatever it takes to help Barack Obama, even if that means publicly giving him a wide berth. “I spoke to him two days ago for a half hour,” Clooney reports. Clooney could well have his own campaign to oversee in the coming months, since buzz about his performance in Michael Clayton has raised talk of another Oscar nod.

While the Ocean’s trilogy has earned 6 million, Syriana made just under million and Good Night, and Good Luck just over million.

Last year’s The Good German sank under bad reviews and was an outright failure with a paltry

At the mere mention of the word “politics,” Zellweger pretends to break out in a rash. But Clooney has accrued an unusual level of credibility on this subject, and his recent work for Darfur alongside conservatives like Senator Sam Brownback protects him somewhat from right-wing critics, who, he says, might otherwise label him “the bad liberal freak.” As for the upcoming presidential race, he has said that he’ll do whatever it takes to help Barack Obama, even if that means publicly giving him a wide berth. “I spoke to him two days ago for a half hour,” Clooney reports. Clooney could well have his own campaign to oversee in the coming months, since buzz about his performance in Michael Clayton has raised talk of another Oscar nod.

While the Ocean’s trilogy has earned $426 million, Syriana made just under $51 million and Good Night, and Good Luck just over $31 million.

Last year’s The Good German sank under bad reviews and was an outright failure with a paltry $1.3 million take.

Still, Jeff Robinov, the head of film production at Warner Bros., where the Clooney–Steven Soderbergh production company Section Eight had a deal until the partners closed shop last year, dismisses the notion that Clooney has anything to answer for.

“What would your expectations be for Good Night, and Good Luck, which is a black and white period film?

“The cashier at the supermarket has a pretty good idea what he’s about,” says Tony Gilroy, who directed the actor in this fall’s Michael Clayton.

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At the mere mention of the word “politics,” Zellweger pretends to break out in a rash. But Clooney has accrued an unusual level of credibility on this subject, and his recent work for Darfur alongside conservatives like Senator Sam Brownback protects him somewhat from right-wing critics, who, he says, might otherwise label him “the bad liberal freak.” As for the upcoming presidential race, he has said that he’ll do whatever it takes to help Barack Obama, even if that means publicly giving him a wide berth. “I spoke to him two days ago for a half hour,” Clooney reports. Clooney could well have his own campaign to oversee in the coming months, since buzz about his performance in Michael Clayton has raised talk of another Oscar nod.While the Ocean’s trilogy has earned $426 million, Syriana made just under $51 million and Good Night, and Good Luck just over $31 million.Last year’s The Good German sank under bad reviews and was an outright failure with a paltry $1.3 million take.Still, Jeff Robinov, the head of film production at Warner Bros., where the Clooney–Steven Soderbergh production company Section Eight had a deal until the partners closed shop last year, dismisses the notion that Clooney has anything to answer for.“What would your expectations be for Good Night, and Good Luck, which is a black and white period film?“The cashier at the supermarket has a pretty good idea what he’s about,” says Tony Gilroy, who directed the actor in this fall’s Michael Clayton.

.3 million take.

Still, Jeff Robinov, the head of film production at Warner Bros., where the Clooney–Steven Soderbergh production company Section Eight had a deal until the partners closed shop last year, dismisses the notion that Clooney has anything to answer for.

“What would your expectations be for Good Night, and Good Luck, which is a black and white period film?

“The cashier at the supermarket has a pretty good idea what he’s about,” says Tony Gilroy, who directed the actor in this fall’s Michael Clayton.

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