George Clooney will star as a corrupt policeman in "White Jazz" while also is set to direct "Belmont Boys" for Warner Bros. Pictures.
Making a lavish deal with Warner family, George Clooney is set to do a pair of work for the company through "White Jazz" and "Belmont Boys", The Hollywood Reporter has revealed.
The former one, a production of Warner Independent Pictures, will see Clooney take a starring role as a corrupt police lieutenant assigned to a potentially explosive case for the LAPD. Not only that, the striking actor is also going to produce the project with Grant Heslov via his Smokehouse Productions.
Meanwhile, the latter, which is developed under Warner Bros. Pictures banner, on the other hand will have Clooney stand behind the camera to direct though he will also handle the production matters. The picture is said to revolve around a group of seven thieves who are thrown back together to finish the job of a lifetime they almost pulled off thirty years ago.