George Clooney has been one of Hollywoods favorite actors since his work on the TV drama ER. Since leaving the silver screen George Clooney has made the a-list of movie stars with his roles in Peacemaker, One Fine Day, as well as the Ocean's series.
They’ve been close friends and costars for years, and George Clooney couldn’t be happier for Brad Pitt, as he married his longtime partner Angelina Jolie on Saturday (August 23).
The “Ocean’s Eleven” hunk issued a statement to People magazine in response to the nuptial news, though he’s likely known for quite awhile.
Believe it or not, George Clooney is actually going to settle down, and when he marries Amal Alamuddin in Italy next month, no expense will be spared.
So far, we know that the “Up in the Air” hunk’s groom’s party will all be outfitted in top-of-the-line tuxedos designed by Giorgio Armani.
Widely recognized as a man of classic style, George Clooney is making sure his look is just right when he marries Amal Alamuddin.
Per a WWD report, the “Descendants” star reached out to Italian designer Giorgio Armani to craft him and his groomsmen a fleet of flawless tuxedos.
It’s only a matter of time before George Clooney makes Amal Alamuddin his lawfully wedded wife, and it sounds like their nuptials are right around the corner.
According to People, the “Ocean’s Eleven” star and his lovely fiancée obtained their marriage license in London, where Ms. Alamuddin’s law firm is based.
He was constantly referred to as Hollywood's most-eligible bachelor, but George Clooney is ready to change his ways and tie the knot with fiance Amal Alamuddin.
During an interview with Variety, the Oscar winner said that his relationship is definitely special and that's why he is "marrying up.”
Basking in their newly engaged glow, George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin headed out to dinner in Lake Como, Italy last night (July 17).
The couple chatted with their pals, while the gorgeous lawyer looked absolutely lovely in a floral skirt with a matching top.
He’s furious that the British tabloid Daily Mail made up a story about his future mother-in-law disapproving his marriage to Amal Alamuddin, and George Clooney isn’t interested in making amends.
Even after Daily Mail issued an apology, the “Monuments Men” man insists he won’t accept the gesture as genuine.
He’s usually a pretty peaceable guy, but George Clooney was furious when he read a bogus report that his future mother-in-law is against him marrying her daughter Amal Alamuddin.
The Daily Mail published an article that Baria Alamuddin had told “half of Beirut” that she didn’t think Clooney was the right choice given that he’s not Druze.
Believe it or not, George Clooney is about to be made an honest man, and when he ties the knot with Amal Alamuddin there’s a very good chance buddy Brad Pitt will serve as the best man.
The “Ocean’s Eleven” stud’s Aunt Staria told the Daily Mail she’s certain that her nephew will choose his “Fight Club” friend.
Fully basking in their newly engaged glory, George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin celebrated their betrothment on Sunday (May 11).
According to reports, the party took place at Café Habana in Malibu, CA and brought together the couple’s pals including Cindy Crawford, U2’s Bono and The Edge and the club’s owner Rande Gerbe.