George Clooney will be on the cover of the January issue of Esquire Magazine talking about his millions, a killer script, and his clout.
George sat down with Esquire recently and shared his money tips:
“I didn't put money in the stock market. To me that's like Vegas without the dancing girls — none of the fun, no gambling or dancing or drinking — and you don't get to participate. So I paid off my house in cash when I could. It's about having a foundation for when things go bad. I still have that mentality. When things go badly, I'll have this piece of land I can sell first, and then I have this piece of land I can sell second. You always think that way.”
The Cloonsteer also discusses his need for a killer script:
“Good storytelling sets you up. There's a scene at the end of Michael Clayton where I get into the car and say, "Just drive." It's a close-up of me and we're driving. Everybody really loves that scene because it just stays on me the whole time. And people ask, ‘What was going through your head’ The truth of the matter is if you showed that scene at the beginning of the movie, people would say, ‘I'm bored out of my mind.’ So that shows you that it's not the actor that's doing that — it's the story that led to that and got you there. The trick as an actor is not to sell it. Let the story do the work.”
George as well talked about his Hollywood power:
"I have a real interest in pushing some of the limits of things that studios don't want to make. Because I can. I won't be able to at some point in the near future. But right now I can, and while I can, I want to do it. So when you're eighty years old and they ask you what you did, you can go, ‘When I had the keys to the car, I drove it as fast as I could and as hard as I could. I took it to places that the owner didn't really want me to take it.’ That's a fun thing to do. Understanding that at some point they're going to come back and repossess the car. I don't mind that. I just want to be able to say we gave it a shot when we had the time.”
Sounds cool to us. What do you think?-DocFB
Diagnosis: Hope I look that good at 50
Esquire announced its sexiest woman alive for 2011 after Minka Kelly won it in 2010.
The Sexiest woman alive, according to Esquire is Rihanna. If it seems you have read this before, you most likely have, as Rihanna is topping a lot of sexiest woman alive polls.
Here are some comments from the writer of the article of Eaquire regarding Rihanna;
She grabs her own radiant ass — she handles it, offers it — like it’s a rump roast. She squats and spreads her legs, settles a hand between them, where it stays. Caresses her breasts. She masturbates a dancer with the help of a cane. She pretends to go down on the keytarist.
Rihanna is the indisputable champion of carnal pop. At this moment, in this room, she is the essence of Fuck.
She is lacquered. She glistens. She looks wet, actually.
Hmm. is that what it takes to be considered sexy? All this time, I thought it was the attitude and not exactly the lack of clothes or being the essence of fuck. Shows you what I know.
So, do you agree? Is Rihanna the sexiest woman alive?-DocFB
Diagnosis: Rather Be The Essence Of Cool
The sexiest woman alive...according to Esquire is Minka Kelly. Hmm. I love how she is known for her backside but in the video, they rarely feature that.
She looks like Leighton Meester in this video as well.
Did Esquire get it right?-Dr.Fb
Roger Ebert may not be able to eat, drink or even talk but he let's his voice still be heard through his writing.
In the new issue of Esquire, Ebert shows how brave he is after battling thyroid cancer and the having jaw removal surgery.
He still has bite as his Twitter messages show and he wants one thing to be known;
"There is no need to pity me. Look how happy I am."
Roger Ebert is a brave man who keeps fighting and writing.-Dr.FB