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George Clooney and Brad Pitt Team Up with Director Jon Watts on New Thriller

George Clooney and Brad Pitt are reuniting for an as-yet-untitled thriller. The pair previously co-starred in 2001’s Ocean’s 11, two Ocean’s sequels and 2008’s Burn After Reading. Fans have been hoping for years they would headline a fourth Ocean’s caper, but nothing was ever officially green-lit. 

Spider-Man: Homecoming director Jon Watts is onboard to write, direct and produce the actors’ next film, according to ScreenRant.comThis will be Watts’ first non-Marvel movie in years, as he has been focused on making a trilogy of Spider-Man pictures with Tom Holland and is developing a remake of The Fantastic Four

Few details are known about the latest Clooney-Pitt collaboration, it will be about “two lone-wolf fixers assigned to the same job.” Sony, Lionsgate, Apple, Netflix, Amazon, Annapurna, Universal, MGM and Warner Bros. all want to release the next project and are currently engaged in a bidding war.

Clooney is producing through his Smokehouse Pictures production company and Pitt is doing likewise via his Plan B Entertainment shingle. The deal is expected to earn each star an eight-figure paycheck.

Clooney was most recently seen in The Midnight Sky. Pitt will next be seen in The Lost City of D and Babylon.

Karen Butlerhttps://www.cinemadailyus.com
Karen Butler is based in the New York metro area and has written about film, TV, music, books and theater for more than 25 years for media outlets such as United Press International, The Irish Echo, The Brooklyn Paper, Book magazine and The New Jersey Herald. She loves speaking with artists about their passion projects, then sharing these conversations with readers in the form of accurate, entertaining feature stories. In addition to interviewing celebrities, she also covers breaking news, film festivals, premieres and themed conventions.

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