Oscar winners George Clooney and Renée Zellweger match wits in "Leatherheads," a rapid-fire romantic comedy set against the backdrop of America's pro-football league in 1925.
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Renee, how did you handle being in this boys' club?Read More
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Universal has moved the release of Leatherheads into next year to give injured director-star George Clooney time to incorporate additional footage and honor previous commitments, according to Variety.
Clooney is also producer of the romantic drama, which co-stars Renee Zellweger.Read More
Ezra Buzzington and John Vance have joined the cast of the romantic comedy, Leatherheads for Universal.
George Clooney is directing, co-writing, and will star in the film, which is set in the world of pro football circa the 1920s; Variety adds Renee Zellweger also stars.Read More
Principal photography has begun on Universal Pictures, Casey Silver Productions and Smoke House's romantic comedy, Leatherheads. The film unites Academy Award winners George Clooney and Renee Zellweger, with Clooney also directing and serving as one of the film's writers.
Leatherheads, set against the backdrop of America's nascent pro-football league in 1925, will shoot on locations in South Carolina and North Carolina. Joining Clooney and Zellweger in the film are John Krasinski as golden-boy Carter Rutherford; Jonathan Pryce as Rutherford's manager, CC; and Stephen Root as the likeable, if less than objective, sports reporter Suds.Read More