'Homeless' Gere Fools New Yorkers, Clooney Lashes Out Over Obama Insult
Actors can be pretty convincing. Case in point: Richard Gere, who fooled lots of people on the streets of New York City in his role as a homeless man. He was so convincing that one woman even brought him a bag of food.
Gere was being filmed from across the street while he ate a burger out of a trash can and drank from a paper bag. The 64-year-old star, who is filming a movie called "Time Out of Mind," didn't even break character when he received the free food.
Read more from the New York Post.
Clooney was at dinner with hotel-casino magnate Steve Wynn a few weeks ago when he stormed out after Wynn made a derogatory remark about President Obama.
Wynn told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that Clooney, a vocal supporter of Obama, had too much tequila and the restaurant was "empty" when the argument started.
“Clooney’s fun to be with when he’s sober. ... If you have a chance to drink with him, you want to get there early, and don’t stay late," said Wynn.
Clooney's publicist confirmed the incident, with Clooney writing that Wynn was being "a jackass."
Read the full story from the Las Vegas Review-Journal.