Brad Pitt and George Clooney to reunite for new thriller

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The pair had previously collaborated on ‘Ocean Eleven’ and ‘Burn After Reading’.

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George Clooney and Brad Pitt are set to reunite for a new thriller Spider-Man: Homecoming Director Jon Watts.

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The director, who also directed the 2019 sequel Spider-Man: Far From Home, will write, direct, and produce the untitled film, with Clooney and Pitt starring and producing.

The two actors have previously starred together in several projects, including of the ocean Trilogy and 2008 burn After Reading Powered by Coen Brothers.

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According to Hollywood Reporter, Sony, Lionsgate, Apple, Netflix, Amazon, Annapurna, Universal, MGM and Warner Bros. are all locked in a bidding war for the project. It is said that the resulting deal could net Clooney and Pitt $20 million or more.

Jon Watts is directing the project Credit: Greg DeGire / WireImage

While little is known about the film, it has been described as telling the story of “two lone wolf fixers assigned to do the same job”.

Watts has achieved notable success with Marvel with his third Spider-Man film. Spider-Man: No Way Home, is set to hit the theaters on 17th December.

The film’s trailer has already broken the records set. avengers: endgame, 355.5 million views on YouTube in its first 24 hours.

Spider-Man: No Way Home Will star Tom Holland, Benedict Cumberbatch, Zendaya, Jon Favreau and Alfred Molina, reprising his role as Doctor Octopus from 2004 spider man 2.

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Meanwhile, George Clooney has pledged to help raise £50 million for Lake Como, a small Italian village left flooded after being hit by torrential rains this summer.

The actor was among thousands of people trapped in the dramatic floods after 72 hours of torrential rains. He was living with his family at their property by the lake when mud and debris fell through the town, submerging the nearby property.

Speaking to Italian media, Clooney said: “The situation in Cernobio is dire and in Laglio it is worse. I have spoken to the mayor – there will be a lot of work, it will take millions of dollars, but this city is strong. It will react.” And will come back better than ever. It’s a very resilient city.”

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