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The star of 'The Monuments Men' reveals the news when he and his fiancee Amal Alamuddin attend a charity gala in Florence.
The future Mrs. Clooney was accompanied by her mother when visiting the headquarters of the designer who created Kate Middleton's wedding gown.
'Hack Attack' is adapted from a book by journalist Nick Davies who spent six years investigating the Rupert Murdoch scandal.
The 53-year-old actor seemingly still had lingering effects of his injury after injuring his spinal cord while filming 'Syriana' almost ten years ago.
The British-Lebanese human rights lawyer has refused United Nations' offer to examine possible violations of the rules of war in the Gaza Strip because of her hectic work schedule.
Despite having reportedly 'secured' an entire island for the upcoming nuptials, the future Mrs. Clooney's worried about 'the press finding out' the wedding date.
The 'Up in the Air' star and his British girlfriend's marriage license is displayed in front of the town hall for all to see.
In addition to talking about his recent fight with U.K. tabloid Daily Mail in a new interview, the 'Gravity' actor says of his engagement to Amal Alamuddin, 'I'm marrying up.'
A photo from the wedding which took place in Florence, Italy shows the lawyer sporting a purple dress and flowers on her hair.
In the second op-ed, the actor writes, 'I thank the Mail for its apology. Not that I would ever accept it, but because in doing so they've exposed themselves as the worst kind of tabloid.'
After Clooney blasts Daily Mail for publishing a 'fabricated' report about his fiancee, the news outlet apologizes to him, his fiancee and her mother 'for any distress caused.'
The 'Monuments Men' actor blasts Daily Mail for publishing a report suggesting that his fiancee's mother opposes their plan to get married, saying, 'This lie involves larger issues.'
George's aunt Staria spills details of the 'Gravity' actor upcoming wedding with Amal Alamudin and says that his BFF will likely be the groomsman.
The 'Gravity' star surprised a high school basketball player when he appeared out of nowhere and joined a pick-up game.
The Coen brothers will direct the film about a Hollywood fixer in the 1950s who works to keep a studio's stars in line.