Clooney At It Again

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In an interview over at Ain’t It Cool News George Clooney mentioned something unusual. He states that Joel, Ethan, and he are going to begin work on a project this spring called “Burn After Reading”. He discribes it as “really fun, really funny.” “No Country for Old Men” is a lock at this point, they will begin shooting in May. What is Clooney talking about? He’s the source for 3 different rumored projects “Suburbicon”, “Hail, Caesar!”, and now “Burn After Reading”. Note to self… Never trust a quote from George Clooney.

Update 2/11/2006
According to ClooneyStudio.com George will finish work on “Michael Clayton” in April. After which he’s stating he’ll begin work on “Burn After Reading”. The Coens will just be starting No Country. It’s also to be noted that he’s described this project as the third in his “idiot trilogy” with the Coens. Exactly the same way he described “Hail, Caesar!”. Is this a new name for Hail, Caesar? Perhaps Clooney is being misquoted and he’s actually talking about Spring 2007. This all remains to be seen.

4 thoughts on “Clooney At It Again”

  1. Clooney is known to be a practical joker and I suspect that he is just making these projects up. There is no way that he thinks he is close to starting a new project with the Coens when they are set to start another film in May. It just doesn’t make sense. Whether or not these are real projects remains to be seen.

  2. ummm…or the fact that he calls this project “burn after reading”….like…read the news…and burn it cause it’s a joke………….ok…maybe that’s a stretch…

  3. Hmm, sorry, but Clooney is hardly a real actor in the actual sense of the word, like DiCaprio and the others. He’s just a mediocre wanna-be. So who cares what projects he dreams of to appear more in demand than he actually is?

  4. “like DiCaprio and the others”

    Leonardo DiCaprio? A real actor? Don’t make me laugh. he couldn’t act his way out of a parking ticket. Clooney, meanwhile, is hilarious.

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