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Jean Dujardin, Meryl Streep, Glenn Close and Demian Bichir are also among those attending the event held ahead of the 2012 Academy Awards to collect their certificates of nomination.
The actor said with a cheeky grin that the mother of his six children still has that dark side of her, but 'delightfully so'.
Beside George Clooney and his best pal Brad Pitt, the Screen Actors Guild has extended the invitation to other A-list actors such as Zoe Saldana, Kathy Bates and Ben Kingsley.
Meryl Streep, Gleen Close, Berenice Bejo, Jean Dujardin, Jonah Hill and Gary Oldman are also among those who are celebrating their nominations for the prestigious 2012 Academy Awards.
Due to recent changes to the rules of the coveted category, nine movies including 'The Artist' and 'Hugo' are eligible to enter the list.
The 'Moneyball' actor gives an update on the recovery of his knee when hitting the red carpet at the 23rd Annual Producers' Guild Awards with longtime partner Angelina Jolie.
Asked if he will return to host the prize-giving event for the fourth time, the 'Life's Too Short' co-creator says, 'I'm really done this time.'
Borrowing Pitt's cane for his on-stage appearance to introduce 'Moneyball', the 'Descendants' actor jokes that his former 'Burn After Reading' co-star 'can't make it to the bar' without the stick.
The powerhouse couple stop by the White House so that Angie can talk with President Barack Obama about efforts to fight mass atrocities and sexual violence against women.
At the Palm Springs Film Festival, the actor put up with the red carpet reporters' questions about what happened to his left knee.
The 'Dark Tide' actress, who has vowed to 'never get married again', is snapped wearing a golden ring with an emerald gemstone in the center when going out with boyfriend Olivier Martinez.
It is said that director Marc Foster and Paramount Pictures want to make the horror film a franchise with a storyline that is described as a mix of the 'Bourne' series and 'The Walking Dead'.
The night before he turned 48, the 'Moneyball' star takes Angelina Jolie and all their six children to check out Cirque de Soleil's 'Michael Jackson: The Immortal World Tour'.
Praised for his distinguished roles in 'The Tree of Life' and 'Moneyball', the actor is also chosen because of the 'depth and versatility of his performances'.
In addition to Pitt, Gosling and Mara, other notable stars like George Clooney, Gary Oldman and Kirsten Dunst also play iconic villains in The New York Times' video gallery project.