No, your eyes aren’t pulling pranks on you. The Midnight Sky chief examined the job he would’ve had during a virtual visit at the 64th BFI London Film Festival on Sunday, Oct. 18. Indeed, George clarified that he and incredible entertainer Paul Newman planned to star in the sentimental show.
“We planned to do The Notebook together,” Clooney uncovered, as indicated by Deadline. “Fundamentally, I planned to play him as a youngster, and it was entertaining. We met and stated, ‘This is it. It will be extraordinary.'”
“He’s probably the handsomest person you’ve ever observed. We got together [again] and I stated, ‘I can’t play you. I don’t look anything like you. This is crazy,'” Clooney clarified. “We simply needed to do it since we needed to cooperate, [but] it wound up being not the correct thing for us to do.”
Obviously, Ryan Gosling played Noah Calhoun with James Garner depicting the more seasoned variant. Rachel McAdams additionally featured in the fan-most loved film as Allie Hamilton. Gena Rowlands played the more established form also.
While George and Paul didn’t score any parts in The Notebook, the 59-year-old chief shared a sweet tale about Leatherheads and how it identified with the famous entertainer.
“We had an extremely amusing relationship, late in life for him. I coordinated a film that just totally bombarded called Leatherheads,” George reviewed. “[Newman] was all the while dashing at that point, and hustled a vehicle and slammed it. In this way, he snapped a picture of Leatherheads and superimposed it on the slammed vehicle, and stated, ‘I was driving your vehicle in the race.'”
Paul passed on in 2008 at 83 years old, following a fight with malignancy.
As of late, George has worked in the background and his most recent undertaking will before long hit Netflix. The Midnight Sky is booked to debut in December on the real time feature.