The Hollywood star presented Marguerite Barankitse with a million dollar humanitarian prize in recognition of her work.Read the full story ›
The Hollywood actor told NBC's Meet the Press that the amount of money involved in American politics is "ridiculous".Read the full story ›
George Clooney has visited Edinburgh after accepting an invitation to meet staff at a sandwich shop which helps the homeless.Read the full story ›
The Hollywood heartthrob, who could be planning a move into US politics, posed with fans at the premiere of his new film Tomorrowland.Read the full story ›
George Clooney will greet fans on Sunday afternoon as he attends the London premiere of his latest film Tomorrowland: A World Beyond.
One of Hollywood's biggest names, Clooney will be joined on the red carpet by British actor Hugh Laurie, who plays the villain in the Disney movie, and their young co-stars Britt Robertson and Raffey Cassidy.
The sci-fi adventure, directed by Brad Bird, was inspired by the futuristic land at the Disney theme parks and Walt Disney's optimistic vision of a utopian future.
Tomorrowland: A World Beyond is released in UK cinemas on 22nd May.
George Clooney appeared in a special Downton Abbey as a host of stars came together to raise money for the ITV charity campaign Text Santa.Read the full story ›
Internationally renowned human rights barrister Amal Alamuddin has changed her surname to Clooney following her high-profile wedding to Hollywood actor George Clooney last month.
It was reported that the 36-year-old would adopt the double-barrelled Alamuddin Clooney, but the decision to drop her maiden name has been confirmed on her professional online profile at London-based law firm Doughty Street Chambers.
Following the newlywed's honeymoon in the Seychelles, the 36-year-old barrister headed to Athens yesterday to advise the Greek government in its battle to repatriate the ancient Elgin Marbles statues from Britain.
George Clooney joked that he 'said sorry to Adam West' as he arrived at Comic-con, after the widely panned "Batman & Robin," film.Read the full story ›
The first behind-the-scenes photographs of George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin's Venice wedding have been published in a celebrity magazine.Read the full story ›
After a weekend of wedding celebrations in Venice, George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin have been legally married following a civil ceremony in the Italian city.
Crowds turned out to cheer the couple as they arrived on a boat called Amore at a historic palace on the Grand Canal for the ceremony.
Clooney wore a grey suit while his wife chose a cream outfit with a matching wide-brimmed hat.
The couple already tied the knot in a private ceremony attended by family and friends over the weekend but today the marriage was made legal before the Italian authorities.