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The pair are joined by some famous names such as U2's frontman Bono, Cindy Crawford and her husband Rande Gerber at the party.
The actor gave details of the event where the casino honcho was heard calling the President of U.S. 'a*****e' in front of eight people.
Doughty Street Chambers where Amal Alamuddin works issues a statement, congratulating the newly-engaged couple.
Amal Alamuddin is reported sporting a conspicuous ring when dining with the 'Monuments Men' actor and their friends.
The 'Gravity' star, who is a big supporter of President Obama, storms off a dinner after the hotel-casino developer calls his 'longtime friend' an 'a**hole.'
The 'How I Met Your Mother' actress, who did not think of marrying Clooney, gushed about marriage to Pobre.
President Obama hosts a dinner and welcomes the film's cast, producer, writer, and one of the original Monument Men for the special screening.
Damon apparently has just found out that he is in the middle of Clooney's playful revenge to the two comedians following their jab at the 'Gravity' star at the Golden Globes.
George Clooney says the movie's actors, including Matt Damon and Cate Blanchett, were paid a 10th to 15th of their usual salary in order to meet the movie's $70 million budget.
Julia Roberts, Jared Leto, Michael B. Jordan, Naomie Harris, and Margot Robbie join the pack in the latest Hollywood tribute by Vanity Fair.
The 52-year-old Oscar winner was being playful when talking about DiCaprio but insisted that it is what it is when he bashed Crowe.
The 'Gravity' star says of dating rumors swirling around him, 'Three different stories in three weeks. I should be an athlete.'
The 'Gravity' actor brands the rumored tone problem 'ridiculous and false,' stressing that he just needs more time to complete the visual effects.
Clooney, who directs and stars in the WWII drama along with Matt Damon, says the film will not arrive in theaters as planned on December 18 because they need more time to complete the visual effects.
The latest sneak peek for the drama film highlights how Clooney's character proposes his idea to protect finest art treasures from Nazis and recruits experts in arts to join his impossible mission.