George Clooney has revealed that Brad Pitt almost inadvertently turned his neighbors on him after Pitt played a nasty prank on him during filming. Ocean’s Twelve in Italy.
Clooney, who has appeared in iconic films including Burn after reading and Gravity, Told GQ it is his Oceans co-star decided to stitch him up while they filmed the sequel to the action at Lake Como making him look like a big diva.
“We shot part of it in Lake Como, my hometown,” Clooney explained. Brad sent a memo to everyone in town – my town, I lived there for years – he got it posted on telephone poles and said, ‘The movie is coming to town and if it please address George Clooney as Mr. Clooney or his character name of Danny Ocean and don’t look him straight in the eye.
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“So the newspaper was like ‘Il divo! George Clooney is he divo! “It was a horrible story that I picked it up for later.”
But he added that Pitt’s joke wasn’t the only example of behind-the-scenes silliness, as he revealed he had already bet Pitt and Don Cheadle $ 10,000 to spend the night in an empty ‘haunted’ house. ‘across the lake from her house at Lake Como.
“There was an Italian book about it and we made up a story about how it was haunted,” he said, adding that the trio, along with Matt Damon, took a boat home. at 3 a.m. and walked in.
“We came to the conclusion, we are giving $ 10,000 to any guy who could spend the night in the haunted house with just one candle, six matches and a bottle of wine,” Clooney said, revealing that Pitt and Cheadle had agreed. to do. .
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But the pair apparently didn’t last very long, with Clooney adding that he got a call from them soon after saying, “F ** k that, get us out of this house!”
All of these pranks clearly didn’t have a negative effect on the group’s friendship, as Clooney revealed the cast “had a wonderful time” working together and said her co-stars are “all still out. My dear friends”.
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