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Maya Rudolph recalls mortifying first time meeting George Clooney: ‘I will forever love him for that’

Maya Rudolph has recalled the humiliating moment she first met George Clooney.The Bridesmaids star recalled their first encounter, which occurred at her first Oscars ceremony, during an interview with Empire.Rudolph said she “genuinely lost her mind” after spotting Clooney in the crowd at the Academy Awards and proceeded to approach him as though they were close friends despite never having met.“The first time I went to the Oscars, when we walked into the theatre, I saw George Clooney in front of me,” she said.“And I put my arms open wide like I was seeing an old friend, thinking in...
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George Clooney talks through how he was the first character cast on 'ER'

George Clooney is a busy A-list icon, but he wasn't too busy for BAFTA's "Life in Pictures" series. The two-time Oscar winner walked through his illustrious career with Francine Scott for nearly 90 minutes, but it only took a little over three minutes to get to ER. Clooney described how he was cast as Dr. Doug Ross, the breakout role that would make him a household name:
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George Clooney Explains How Batman & Robin Eventually Turned Him Into A Movie Star

As you may have noticed throughout the last two decades, George Clooney’s stance on his experience making Batman & Robin hasn’t softened much over the past quarter of a century. He knows it was a terrible film, and he’s fully aware that he wasn’t a great Caped Crusader, but it also proved to be a hugely invaluable experience in the long run.

George Clooney Credits Batman & Robin's Failure For Turning Him Into an A-List Star

Socially awkward straightedge fraud. It's no secret that 1997's Batman & Robin was a colossal failure both theatrically and critically and it pretty much marked the end of the '90s Batman film franchise until Christopher Nolan revived it several years later. The film's flop also resulted in George Clooney being hailed by many as the worst live-action version of the caped crusader which says a lot given the fact that Adam West's campy iteration of the character exists.
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George Clooney Recalls How Batman And Robin's Flop Indirectly Led To Him Becoming A Movie Star

George Clooney is a man so successful that he can give his closest friends million dollars and not break a sweat. Clooney has been in so many great movies, has been nominated for and won Academy Awards, and has generally been one of the biggest stars on the planet for the past 25 years. Batman and Robin is one of his most notorious films, maligned by fans, critics, and Clooney himself. But the actor recently recalled how the movie's failure indirectly led him into becoming a movie star.

Maya Rudolph reveals embarrassing first meeting with George Clooney

'Grown Ups' star Maya Rudolph remembers accidentally hugging George Clooney like "an old friend" the very first time they met at the Oscars. Maya Rudolph accidentally approached George Clooney like "an old friend" the first time they met at the Oscars. The 'Grown Ups' actress - who had never crossed...

Maya Rudolph recalls awkward moment with George Clooney

Maya Rudolph accidentally approached George Clooney like 'an old friend' the first time they met at the Oscars. The Grown Ups actress - who had never crossed paths with the Hollywood star before that night early in her career - recalled the awkward moment and how he played it off like a gentleman.

George Clooney is a 'fun dad' to his twins

George Clooney is “such a fun dad” to his twins, and has loved spending extra time at home with them amid the COVID-19 pandemic over the past year. George Clooney is “such a fun dad” to his twins. The ‘Midnight Sky’ star has four-year-old twins Ella and Alexander with his...
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George Clooney Allegedly Losing His Common Sense After Buying Multiple Properties While Filming New Movie

George Clooney has been accused of stretching himself out too much after he reportedly decided to purchase multiple properties at once. In its June 14 issue, National Enquirer claimed that Clooney is struggling to juggle his personal and professional lives. After all, he wants to keep purchasing multiple properties for his future investments, but he can’t really focus on real estate because he’s busy filming a new movie.
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‘ER’ Cast: Where Are They Now? Noah Wyle, Julianna Margulies, Eriq La Salle, George Clooney and More

Scrub in! The cast of ER took the doctor drama genre to the next level when the show premiered in September 1994. The NBC series ran for 15 seasons, ending in 2009, and helped launch many of its stars’ careers, including George Clooney, who played Dr. Doug Ross. The Ocean’s Eleven star’s onscreen love interest Julianna Margulies (who played nurse Carol Hathaway) was also launched to super stardom after her performance on the procedural.
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How Amal and George Clooney Plan to Celebrate Their Twins' 4th Birthdays in Lake Como

Watch: Happy Birthday George Clooney!: E! News Rewind. When it comes to birthday plans, we're taking a page from George Clooney and Amal Clooney's book. The longtime couple, who continues to be the definition of relationship goals, is getting ready to celebrate their twins Ella and Alexander's birthday. Even though the kids won't turn 4 until Sunday, June 6, an eyewitness exclusively tells E! News George and Amal jetted off to Italy with their little ones.
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The Lie That Got George Clooney His Big Break

There was a time when mega-star and Oscar winner George Clooney would have done anything to break into show biz and make his mark on Hollywood. Yes, he grew up with a famous aunt in singer Rosemary Clooney and a famous dad in television host and journalist Nick Clooney (via, but young George had to make it on his own — even if it meant lying.