ROLL CALL: George Clooney & Stacy Keibler’s Parisian PDA Night
First Published: October 19, 2011 1:33 PM EDT Credit: Getty Premium
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Going Strong: George Clooney might have avoided talking about his love life with reporters in the past, but he appears to be fine showing off some affection with his latest lady, Stacy Keibler. The pair stepped out last night at the “The Ides of March” Paris premiere and they appeared to have been swept away by the city’s infamous romance vibes! George couldn’t take his eyes off the former WWE star while they posed for photographs on the red carpet. Check out other women that the actor hasn’t been able to take his eyes off of over the years, HERE!
Going Commando!: In some possible TMI Orlando Bloom news, the dashing actor revealed last night on “Chelsea Lately” that while he normally goes commando, while filming “Three Musketeers,” he opted for a little support. Find out why Orlando decided his underwear for the upcoming movie had to be purple, HERE!
Going For A Ride: After a video surfaced last week of Shia LaBeouf’s scuffle outside a bar in Vancouver, the actor was spotted on Tuesday hitting… the road on his bike. Check out post-bar brawl Shia, HERE!
(Almost) Going Bond: An Australian James Bond? Before Daniel Craig stepped into the role of James Bond, 007 almost went Down Under. Hugh Jackman told the Press Association, via The Huffington Post, that producers were interested in him for the coveted role, but he went the mutant route instead. “I got a call from my agent saying, ‘There is some possible interest in you for Bond, are you interested?’” Hugh Jackman told the Press Association. “At the time I wasn’t. I was about to shoot ‘X-Men 2’ and Wolverine had become this thing in my life and I didn’t want to be doing two such iconic characters at once.” Roll Call loves Daniel Craig as Bond, but we wouldn’t have minded Hugh either… can he be 008?
- By Jesse Spero
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