George Clooney Does Vanity Fair

October 9, 2006 By:
George Clooney Does Vanity Fair

Our gorgeous crush George Clooney went for the 'Old Hollywood' theme for the latest issue of Vanity Fair Magazine. Here's a sneak peak to what's on Georgie's mind...

George on getting hit on by prostitutes: "We stopped right in front of the old SAG building. And there used to be just tons of hookers there - like 15 on that night in particular. I'd never seen a hooker in my life, coming from Kentucky and all these girls came up to the car and were like, 'Baby, want to party? You want to party with me?' And I was like, 'Girls love me, man! I 'm on fire in this town! I should have come here a long time ago! Chicks dig me!' And Miguel goes, 'They're hookers, you idiot.'"

George on his plan to put the paparazzi out of business: "Here is my theory on debunking photographs in magazines, you know, the paparazzi photographs. I want to spend every single night for three months going out with a different famous actress. You know, Halle Berry one night, Salma Hayek the next, and then walk on the beach holding hands with Leonardo DiCaprio. People would still buy the magazines, they'd still buy the pictures, but they would always go, 'I don't know if these guys were putting us on or not.'"

George on the best actress in the world: "I will tell you right now -- (Cate Blanchett) will win the Oscar. She's the best actor working today. Not actress, she's an actor. Intimidating, in a way, to work with an actor that good."

George on Johnny Depp: "(He) just keeps doing really good stuff. He's just a really, really smart and good actor."

George on Clive Owen: "(He is) the big find in the past two or three years. I think he's a movie star. He's, like, a man - there's a sexuality and a masculinity that I think is really interesting."