Clooney, who will be seen onscreen in Jodie Foster’s forthcoming directorial venture Money Monster, is “bothered” with turning 60, reports etonline.com.
“(I’ll probably celebrate it) by mostly hiding in my room and crying because the next one is 60... The thing is, age has never been an issue. Turning 50 didn’t bother me, turning 55 didn’t bother me. None of it bothered. But I think 60 is going to kind of,” Clooney said. Clooney will be seen as an anti-hero in Money Monster, which revolves around a financial TV host Lee Gates (Clooney) and his producer Patty (Julia Roberts) and how the two are put in an explosive situation when an irate investor, played by Jack O’Connell, takes over their studio.
The film will release in India by Sony Pictures on May 15. Julia Roberts and George Clooney posed with their Money Monstor director Jodie Foster at the photo call. Clooney, a prominent fundraiser for Hillary Clinton, insisted Trump would not win.“There’s not going to be a President Donald Trump,” Clooney said according to the australian.com.au.