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When George drags his human rights lawyer wife to the Golden Globes, we realize how petty these awards truly are
On the red carpet, when asked what she was wearing, Amal didn’t discuss the designer who made her dress (it was Dior), perpetuating the marketing scam in which celebrities, the richest people around, are paid hundreds of thousands of dollars by billionaire designers to get attention for their gowns. No, she pointed out that there was a “Je Suis Charlie” button on her purse to show solidarity with the men and women of Charlie Hebdo who were killed by terrorists for exercising their right to free speech. She couldn’t care less about the garment industry; there are real-world issues that she wants to give attention to.
She wasn’t the only celebrity to show solidarity with our brothers and sisters in Paris, but she was one of the few wearing gloves on the red carpet, a choice many of the professional fashion advisers thought was tacky. But Amal does not care. Those gloves said, “O.K., fine, I will play along and get dressed up in formal wear for this event, but I think these gloves are cute and I’m wearing them, and I don’t care how many episodes of Fashion Police I’m on because I don’t even own a television set, so there.”
Filmmaker, actor and activist George Clooney faced some serious questions backstage at the Golden Globe Awards after receiving his lifetime achievement Cecil B. DeMille Award. Wearing a “Je Suis Charlie” button in tribute of the Charlie Hebdo attacks, he closed his acceptance speech by saying, “Today was an extraordinary day. There were millions of people that marched, not just in Paris but around the world. And they were Christians and Jews and Muslims. They were leaders of countries all over the world, and they didn’t march in protest. They marched in support of the idea that we will not walk in fear. We won’t do it. So je suis Charlie. Thank you.”
Backstage, he was asked if there were plans to tackle this new reality on screen. “It’s a tricky thing,” he noted. “Films usually fall a couple years behind a news story, it takes a couple years to write a screenplay. Right now we are all trying to process the idea of what the world is going to look like next.”
He did caution for people to not overreact. “There’s a lot of anti-Muslim fervor in parts of Europe and we have to make sure that doesn’t get grouped into this horrible act of violence.”
Asked if he had plans to be involved with a charity telethon the way he did for the earthquake in Haiti or the tsunami in South Asia, he responded, “I am sure there will be a world outpouring for that. I haven’t thought about that yet. The ones we have done, the Haiti telethon, the tsunami, those were such overwhelmingly poor people in desperate situations. Who knows? Maybe there will be some event.” He added, “This is an important point in time. We have to stand up together or we end up falling apart.”
During his acceptance speech, he joked about the Sony hack, saying, “Now that everybody’s been hacked, it’s also a good chance for us to meet face to face and apologize for all the things we said about each other.” But backstage, he was more serious about the scandal. When it was said he criticized the press’ handling of the Sony hack, he clarified, “I didn’t attack reporters. I did discuss the coverage that was going on because there were an awful lot of things going on — including the largest computer hack in U.S. history — and no one was writing about it. What they were really enjoying were little snippets of gossip, and that felt irresponsible, everybody needed to join together. The studios, the MPAA, everybody got a good learning lesson on this one.”
On the lighter side, Clooney talked about how much harder it is for women then men to prepare for awards shows. “I’m wearing my wedding tux!” he admitted.
He was also a good sport about hosts Tina Fey and Amy Poehler opening the show with a joke about how he was getting a Lifetime Achievement award despite the amazing accomplishments of his new wife. “I didn’t even think that was a joke,” he said, before adding, “Listen, Tina and Amy kill me. I think they’re the best hosts of this show I’m sorry they’re not going to do it again.”
Watching a clip package of much of his work, Clooney said it was a bit surreal. “They’re all times in your life,” he said. “It was a little like watching the director’s cut of ‘Boyhood.’”
Asked where he goes from here, Clooney quipped, “Nothing but down, apparently. It seems like straight down from here.”
The first pictures of George Clooney swapping Hollywood for Highclere Castle have arrived.
Seen posing in pictures with Hugh Bonneville – who plays Lord Grantham in the ITV period drama – the 53-year-old actor will appear in a special spin-off sketch for ITV’s annual Text Santa appeal, to be screened later this month.
‘He was great – he was a good laugh and sprinkled some sort of magic dust over our experience,’ Bonneville enthused to Radio Times.
The pair previously worked together on film The Monument Men.
2014 > OCTOBER 22 | MALIBU | CAFE HABANA
I’ve added a few more pics from October 09, 2014 of George arriving for the Tomorrowland Panel at the NY Comic-Con.
PUBLIC EVENTS > 2014 > OCTOBER 9 | NY COMIC CON | TOMORROWLAND
MSN is reporting that these are pictures of the marital home of George and Amal. They were pulled from a Realtor site and show the house prior to George and Amal taking it over. George is reported to have said that he’s let Amal take over the decorations of their new home. Over the past week there have been numerous tweets of the couple being seen out and about either walking their dogs or visiting the local establishments.
Bill Murray and Bono comically launched a new band during George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin’s Italian wedding weekend.
Spies said Murray, who’s getting Oscar buzz for his role in “St. Vincent,” and the U2 rocker joined with Clooney’s pal Karen Duffy and serenaded guests at brunch the day after the nuptials.
“They sang Cole Porter songs with a eight-piece orchestra and called themselves ‘The Venetian Blinds,’” said a spy of the trio.
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