George Clooney found himself in the supremely awkward position of having to cut one of his friends from his forthcoming movie 'Suburbicon'.
Actor has been charting his physical development on Instagram, and in his latest pic he's - well - naked.
And the winner of the award for 'best use of nostalgia at a fancy dress party' goes to... Josh Brolin for this truly perfect slice of Goonies-based brilliance.
Josh Brolin has been cast in the role of time traveling mutant Cable in the upcoming “Deadpool 2” opposite Ryan Reynolds as the titular Merc with a Mouth, TheWrap has learned. Brolin has signed a four-picture deal to play Cable in future films, according to The Hollywood Reporter, which broke the news. In the Marvel comics, “Cable” is the alter ego of Nathan Summers, son of X-Men mainstay Scott Summers, a.k.a.
Now that the Civil War is over, the countdown is on to the Infinity War. And while the Avengers may be disassembled at the moment, their coming nemesis is readying for the fight. Yes, Thanos is in reherasals for his big Marvel Cinematic Universe moment.
Josh Brolin, who plays Thanos is the MCU films, has praised the directors of the upcoming ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ films. The actor, who is currently promoting the home entertainment release of the Coen brothers’ ‘Hail, Caesar!’, told Yahoo he saw parallels between the critically acclaimed directing duo and the Russo brothers, who are helming both installments of ‘Infinity War’.
George Clooney has peeled back from the pranking lately. Hail, Caesar! marks the second consecutive film (after Tomorrowland) where the actor’s co-stars have reported a surprisingly lack of shenanigans from the notorious prankster. Josh Brolin recalled with tempered glee how it was he who did the pranking on Caesar!, the new 1950 showbiz comedy from the Coen brothers, and implored us to ask Clooney for all the juicy details.
When it comes wailing on George Clooney (as featured in the exclusive clip from Hail, Caesar! above), Josh Brolin can’t help from hiding his delight. “I figured a lot of people have probably wanted to slap Clooney around for a long long time,” says the star of the forthcoming period comedy by the Coen brothers. The film revolves around Brolin’s 1950s movie studio fixer Eddie Mannix, who uses thuggish tactics to cover up potential media scandals caused by his debauched actors.