Clooney, Russell bury the hatchetFebruary 17th, 2012 - 7:35 pm ICT by IANS
Los Angeles, Feb 17 (IANS) George Clooney and moviemaker David O. Russell have ended their decade-long feud following a chance meeting at a recent industry party.
The pair fell out on the set of 1999 war movie “Three Kings” and the spat became one of Hollywood’s most well-known, but Clooney and the director have now set aside their differences, reports contactmusic.com.
“I saw David a few weeks ago at a party… and I felt compelled to go over and go, ‘So, are we done?’ And he goes, ‘Please’. And I said, ‘OK’,” the actor told The Hollywood Reporter.
“We made a really, really great film and we had a really tough time together, but it’s a case of us both getting older. I really do appreciate the work he continues to do, and I think he appreciates what I’m trying to do,” added the Oscar winning actor.
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