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‘Suburbicon’ Review: George Clooney Delivers Racially Condescending, D-Level ‘Fargo’

Suburbicon is Clooney’s sixth directorial effort and fifth shot at screenwriting. How many swings does this guy get before his bubbled worshipers in Hollywood and the entertainment wake up to the fact that he is, at best, a mediocre talent? If the box office is any indicator, normal Americans caught on a decade ago–which might explain why he hates us so.

LOS ANGELES, CA - OCTOBER 01: Host George Clooney speaks onstage during the MPTF 95th anniversary celebration with 'Hollywood's Night Under The Stars' at MPTF Wasserman Campus on October 1, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for MPTF)

George Clooney ‘Furious’ over Harvey Weinstein Scandal: ‘I Want to Know Who Knew’

Actor George Clooney says he is “furious” over the numerous sexual harassment and assault allegations leveled against disgraced film producer Harvey Weinstein this month, telling NBC News in an interview Tuesday that media outlets that knew about Weinstein’s behavior and didn’t cover it should be held responsible for what happened.

Actors Jude Law, left, Gwyneth Paltrow, center, and Matt Damon, right, pose for photos at the press conference of the Berlin International Film Festival "Berlinale" Sunday February 13, 2000. All three are starring in "The Talented Mister Ripley" directed by Anthony Minghella. (AP Photo/Jockel Finck)

Matt Damon Admits Knowing about Weinstein’s Alleged Harassment of Paltrow, Denies Knowing about ‘Criminal’ Behavior

Actors Matt Damon and George Clooney sat down with Michael Strahan Monday for an interview about the multitude of sexual harassment and assault allegations against their former collaborator, Harvey Weinstein, in which Damon admitted knowing about the fallen movie mogul’s alleged assault of actress Gwyneth Paltrow, but maintained that he didn’t know about any allegedly criminal behavior.

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Matt Damon: Racism in America ‘So Much Worse’ Than I Thought

Actor Matt Damon sounded off on President Donald Trump and the state of racism in America in an extensive interview this week, explaining that he found the president’s response to the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia this month “absolutely abhorrent” and that he underestimated the extent of the racist attitudes in the country at large.

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Matt Damon: Tom Brady’s Suspension a ‘Good Thing’ for the Patriots

On Tuesday’s “Rich Eisen Show,” actor and New England Patriots fan Matt Damon argued that Tom Brady’s four-game suspension for deflating footballs in the 2015 AFC Championship game against the Indianapolis Colts could actually benefit the Patriots for the 2016 season.