George Clooney was the perfect gent at the Cannes Film Festival on Thursday (12May16) when he came to his wife's aid as she appeared to stumble up the event's famous red steps prior to the Money Monster premiere.
Amal Clooney seemed to struggle in her Versace gown at her first Cannes, and her husband had to rescue her from an embarrassing style blunder outside the Palais des Festivals.
George helped steady the lawyer after she appeared to trip and then called in escorts to aid his wife, and make sure she was all grace and elegance on the red carpet.
The actor's co-star Julia Roberts decided the famous stairs were too much for her in heels and opted instead to climb the steps barefoot. Like Amal, it was her first Cannes, and she clearly wanted to be remembered for making a bold move, and not a misstep.
Continue reading: Amal Clooney & Julia Roberts Win Style Points At Cannes
Domonic West , Amal Clooney - Actors and celebrities attends the premiere for "Money Monster" at the Palais de Festival for the 69th Cannes Film Festival. at Cannes Film Festival - Cannes, France - Thursday 12th May 2016
George Clooney , Amal Clooney - Red Carpet arrivals for the Money Monster screening at the 69th Cannes Film Festival at Palais de Festivals, Cannes Film Festival - Cannes, France - Thursday 12th May 2016
George Clooney's wife Amal Clooney has made it clear she's not a fan of U.S. presidential hopeful Donald Trump.
In a new BBC interview, the British human rights lawyer admits she's "perplexed" by the property tycoon and former reality TV star's political success.
Trump is the red hot favourite to become the Republican Party's candidate in the race for the White House, which begins later this year (16), and Amal can't believe he's doing so well.
But she's confident he won't be able to beat Hillary Clinton, her husband's pick for the next President, if she lands the Democratic Party's candidacy - because his thoughts on immigration, women's issues and foreign policy aren't shared by the U.S. majority.
Continue reading: Amal Clooney Takes Aim At Donald Trump In New Bbc Interview
The actor says he uses his high profile to focus attention on those “who couldn’t get any cameras on them at all”.
Hollywood actor George Clooney had said he tries to cope with the “suffocation” of fame by using his high profile to highlight global injustices. Clooney was speaking at an international forum on genocide prevention in in Armenia this weekend, where he will also hand out the the inaugural US Aurora Prize.
George Clooney had said he tries to cope with the “suffocation” of fame by doing charity work.
Clooney said he began tying to use his fame to highlight global issues after reading about atrocities being committed in Sudan’s Darfur region in the early 2000s. “Fame has an interesting element to it but if you tend to be followed round by a camera then you can feel suffocated at times,” the actor said.
Actor George Clooney is disgusted by the amount of money involved in U.S. politics.
The Gravity star and his wife Amal Clooney hosted a fundraiser for Democratic hopeful Hillary Clinton at the San Francisco home of entrepreneur Shervin Pishevar on Friday (15Apr16). VIP tickets to the star-studded event set attendees back an estimated $353,400 (£248,735), while a standard ticket cost $33,400 (£23,510).
Supporters of Bernie Sanders, Clinton's rival in the race to become the U.S. Democratic Party's presidential nominee, called on residents of the city to stage a protest outside the property to voice their disdain at rich donors backing the former U.S. Secretary of State's White House campaign.
"George and Amal Clooney, coupled with Hillary Clinton, will be hosting a fundraising dinner in San Francisco on April 15th," a Facebook post inviting people to the protest read. "Rich people should not be allowed to buy politicians...The very least we can do is to remind Hillary's rich donors of the corruption they are a part of.
Continue reading: George Clooney: 'There Is An Obscene Amount Of Money In U.s. Politics'
Protesters are planning to target a dinner at which George Clooney will help raise funds for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
Couples who want to dine at a table with Hillary, George and his wife Amal at the San Francisco home of entrepreneur Shervin Pishevar on Friday (15Apr16) will reportedly have to pay around $353,400 (£247,120), with a standard ticket costing $33,400 (£23,660).
Supporters of Bernie Sanders, Hillary's rival in the race to become the U.S. Democratic Party's presidential nominee, have called on residents of the city to march on the event to protest against rich donors to the former U.S. Secretary of State.
"George and Amal Clooney, coupled with Hillary Clinton will be hosting a fundraising dinner in San Francisco on April 15th," a Facebook post inviting people to the protest reads. "Rich people should not be allowed to buy politicians...The very least we can do is to remind Hillary's rich donors of the corruption they are a part of.
Continue reading: Protests Planned Against George Clooney's Clinton Fundraiser
Friendship is the key to George Clooney and wife Amal’s happy marriage.
The couple wed in 2014 after a whirlwind engagement, and the pair are happier than ever as husband and wife. George reveals the secret to their solid union is their strong connection.
“Having the same interests and similar outlooks is one of the basic things that makes us very happy being together,” he smiled to Britain’s Hello! magazine. “We have a very strong connection and she’s an extraordinary woman doing great work. We’re both committed and share a common concern for causes like the refugee crisis, but what really brings us together as a couple is the fact that we’re good friends and we enjoy each other’s company. I think that having the same interests and similar outlooks is one of the basic things that makes us very happy being together.”
Hollywood heavyweight George was thought of as one of the industry’s eternal bachelors before he met British lawyer Amal, and while some doubted their romance, The Descendants actor has proved the haters wrong.
Continue reading: George Clooney: 'Friendship And Social Media Keeps Marriage Strong'
George Clooney's wife Amal has been receiving death threats for representing a former president of the Maldives.
The international human rights lawyer is defending Mohamed Nasheed, who was the country's first democratically-elected president in 2008. He claims he was ousted from his regime at gunpoint in 2012, and was jailed for 13 years in 2015 under anti-terror laws.
In January (16), with the help of Amal and her colleagues, he was granted permission to travel to the U.K. to undergo spinal surgery. Amal subsequently met with British Prime Minister David Cameron to call for continued pressure against the Maldivian regime, as Nasheed has been left at risk of arrest if he returns to the country.
George's 38-year-old wife is now on the receiving end of worrying death threats due to her current line of work, and the movie star has sought to step up security to protect her.
Continue reading: Amal Clooney Receiving Death Threats Over Work
Amal Clooney - George Clooney and his wife Amal arriving at Tegel airport to leave town after attending the 66th annual International Berlin Film Festival (Berlinale). - Berlin, Germany - Saturday 13th February 2016
George Clooney , Amal Alamuddin - The 66th annual International Berlin Film Festival (Berlinale) - Opening Gala & Hail, Caesar! - Premiere at Berlinale Palace in Potsdamer Platz - Red Carpet Arrivals at Berlinale Palace - Berlin, Germany - Thursday 11th February 2016
George Clooney's wife Amal's work and personal life have been disrupted by the increased fame which has come with their marriage.
The human rights lawyer wed George in September, 2014, and her husband says he has had to offer her advice on how to deal with her resulting fame, such as avoiding public places.
"It's harder for her," he tells Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper. "We were in New York and Amal, who lived in New York for six years and worked there, said: 'Let's walk to Central Park', and I said: 'You can't'."
"I say this with the understanding, that no one wants to hear people who have fame and everything, complain. I'm not complaining, I'm just explaining it. You can't walk out when there is 30 people follow you everywhere (sic). That is always the case. For her that is the real adjustment."
Continue reading: George Clooney: 'Fame Is Disrupting My Wife's Life'
George Clooney got lucky when he wed his wife Amal, according to the movie star.
The Hollywood heavyweight was thought of as the ultimate bachelor, which led to a lot of broken hearts when British lawyer Amal made an honest man of him in 2014. While many envy his bride, George insists it was actually him who lucked out.
“I’m a very lucky man," he gushed to Britain's Hello! magazine. "I met the woman I desperately wanted to marry and a lot of luck played into that.
"I am a great believer in the idea that luck comes and luck goes away in life - because nobody bounced from mountaintop to mountaintop, we all go through valleys too. So I have learned over the years to appreciate the times that are good and pay attention to them and celebrate them."
Continue reading: George Clooney: 'I'm One Lucky Guy'
She literally had no words.
Every woman on earth knew that Amal Clooney was a lucky woman when it was revealed that she was to wed George Clooney, though it seems she could hardly believe her luck either as his proposal left her stunned and speechless for almost half an hour. We can totally understand that.
Amal Clooney and George Clooney had a bit of a rocky proposal
Clooney had previously insisted that he would never become a married man, but changed his mind just six months into his relationship with Amal. And apparently it came just as much as a shock to her as it did to him because it took her ages to realise that he was trying to propose to her.
Date of birth
3rd February, 1978