George Clooney is returning to the small screen after twenty years, in the TV adaptation of Joseph Heller’s World War II dark comedy novel Catch-22. George and his wife Amal attended the premiere of the TV series in London on Wednesday. Catch-22 will air on Hulu on 17 May in the US and in the UK in June.
"Our hearts go out to the good, hardworking employees of properties owned by the Sultan of Brunei, many of whom we know to be gay."
Elton John has joined George Clooney in boycotting Brunei-owned hotels in the US and Europe. The country of Brunei will implement Islamic criminal laws to punish gay sex by stoning offenders to death in early April.
"Are we really going to help pay for these human rights violations?"
The list was dominated by superheroes.
The actor said he was going 65 mph when his scooter collided with a car in Italy.
The actor is on the Island to film new series 'Catch 22'.
“They just didn’t get it, but they do now!” Trump wrote in the Twitter post.
The human rights attorney confessed she’d been “resigned to the idea that I was going to be a spinster” before meeting the actor.
Be a journalist, they said. It’ll be fun, they said.