Tuesday, May 17, 2016

Would-be pundit George Clooney should worry about his sagging film career

Who is the most overated actor in Hollywood?

Far-left activist and part-time actor George Clooney, who recently hosted a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton, is spending a lot of time weighing in on politics. His most recent comment came at Cannes during the premiere of his latest box-office dud, "Monster Money." Clooney made a point of saying Donald Trump would never be president.

This coming from the "star" of a string of mega-flops, including "Hail Caesar!" "Tomorrowland" "The Monuments Men" "The Ides of March" "The Men Who Stare at Goats" "Burn After Reading" "Leatherheads" and "Syriana"

Let's face it. If it wasn't for his cameo in the Sandra Bullock move "Gravity" and those "Ocean's" remakes from 10 years ago, Clooney would be hard-pressed to hold down a job in Hollywood.

Perhaps he should spend more time picking his film roles than telling us who to vote for in November.

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