I’ve never seen a proper interview of TIlda Swinton and I must say she was really funny! She visited with Letterman on Wednesday for her first ever late night interview to chat about her new movie with Brad Pitt and George Clooney, “Burn After Reading.”
George Clooney is such a charitable guy! August 26, 2008
Tonight George along with Cohen Brothers co-star Brad Pitt, attended a glam fundraising event which benefits their charity “Not on our Watch” which aids the people of Darfur.
Not On Our Watch has raised more than $7 million to help victims both of the humanitarian crisis in the Darfur region of Sudan and the cyclone in Myanmar, also known as Burma, according to executive director Alex Wagner.
Burn after Reading: Meet Chad and Harry August 8, 2008
Are you ready to meet the two latest characters from the upcoming Coen Brothers movie? They are Chad, played by new daddy twice over Brad Pitt and Harry played by now and forever single George Clooney.
Burn After Reading will premiere in theaters September 12th.
Has Clooney lost his celebrity? August 1, 2008
Which Batman is the best? June 30, 2008
George Clooney is Bellisimo! June 7, 2008
Sexy George Clooney is in a new commercial for Martini. So smooth…..
New Trailer for Brad Pitt Flick “Burn After Reading” May 30, 2008
We have a new film from the Coen Brothers!
A dark spy-comedy from Academy Award winners Joel and Ethan Coen. An ousted CIA official’s (Academy Award nominee John Malkovich) memoir accidentally falls into the hands of two unwise gym employees intent on exploiting their find.
George Clooney………… Harry Pfarrer
Frances McDormand….. Linda Litzke
Brad Pitt…………………. Chad Feldheimer
John Malkovich…………. Osbourne (Ozzie) Cox
Tilda Swinton……………. Katie Cox (Osbourne’s wife)
Richard Jenkins………… Ted Treffon
Elizabeth Marvel……….. Sandy Pfarrer (Harry’s wife)
George Clooney on the movie and his role:
“It’s about a C.I.A. guy who’s writing a book and he loses the disc. I’m not the C.I.A. guy, but I’m a guy that goes around killing people. It looks really fun. This will be my third idiot — [the Coens] call it my trilogy of idiots.”
John Malkovich on the movie and his role:
“It’s a really funny script in my opinion. An inter-related black comedy of manners, set in Washington, D.C., but not particularly involved at all with the politics. No-one in this film is very good. They’re either slightly emotionally or mentally defective. Quirky, self-aggrandising, scheming. Nobody’s particularly bad in it, but the guy I play just has a very bad drinking problem. He’s an analyst in the CIA, fired because he has a drinking problem. It’s a good cast, funny people, everybody has a good part and kind of unexpected ones.”
Tilda Swinton on working with George Clooney and the movie:
We’re even more horrible to each other this time. In fact, it was quite sweet; on the last day of shooting he said, ‘When are we going to make a film together when we’re nice to each other?’ “I’m very happy to shout at him on screen. It’s great fun. [Burn After Reading is] a kind of monster caper movie. All of us are monsters — like, true monsters. It’s ridiculous. It’s much lighter than ‘No Country for Old Men.’”