What happened this week in Los Angeles? Well wouldn’t you like to know? For starters, George Clooney is officially off the market and for seconds, Mario Batali has finally confirmed where in LA his market, Eataly, will be. Get your official news fix here.
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Instead of asking what happened this week in Los Angeles, the better question would be: What didn’t happen? Here is an update on a few of our 100 greatest, such as Leonardo DiCaprio and George Clooney, as well as all the dining, drinking, fashion, beauty and opening luxuries that you might have missed (and those that are still to come) in the City of Angels.
If there’s one man who makes everything look effortless, it’s George Clooney. The two-time Oscar winner produced two major films in 2013, The Monuments Men and August: Osage County and founded the humanitarian organization Not On Our Watch with Matt Damon, Brad Pitt, David Pressman, Jerry Weintraub and Don Cheadle; he also founded the tequila company Casamigos with longtime pal Rande Gerber.
By George…it looks like George Clooney is finally off the market. According to People, the perpetual bachelor has proposed to girlfriend Amal Alamuddin, a British human rights lawyer.
If you’ve ever dreamed about dating George Clooney, now is your chance to make that dream a reality.
The Oscar winner is offering one lucky fan the chance to not only spend an entire day in his company, but to be his date to the Feb. 3 premiere of his new film, The Monuments Men.
George Clooney’s latest directorial effort has an official release date. Sony and 20th Century Fox announced yesterday that The Monuments Men will hit theaters on Feb. 7, 2014.
George Clooney was honored for his humanitarian work by the Shoah Foundation at the University of Southern California. The Oscar winner was presented with his trophy by the organization’s founder, Steven Spielberg, at the Institute’s 2013 Ambassador for Humanity Gala at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City late last week.
George Clooney played deliveryman over the weekend when he personally brought over a supply of his tequila brand to Venice’s storied Hotel Cipriani. While in town for the Venice International Film Festival, the 52-year-old decided to drop off five cases of his new liquor brand Casamigos at the Cipriani, one of his favorite hotels.
How does George Clooney spend his cash? Hint, it’s not on bare living essentials. In fact, the 52-year-old actor revealed that he’s spending “most” of the money he earns from appearing in Nespresso commercials on a spy satellite.
George Clooney isn’t being shy about his feelings for billionaire Daniel Loeb. The Oscar winner has attacked one of Wall Street’s most famous hedge fund managers for criticizing Hollywood studios while failing to actually understand the film industry itself.