Brad Pitt and George Clooney will meet again in theaters in Jon Watts’ new film (Spider-Man: No Way Home).
If we count from the last film in Dany Ocean’s saga, Ocean’s Thirteen, it’s been 14 years since Brad Pitt and George Clooney worked together in theaters, although many would subtract a year from this figure, as both actors worked on Burning afterward. reading from the Coen brothers even though they can’t share screens.
After all, the pair of actors who ensured the blockbuster with their film thief didn’t work together for more than a decade, though neither of them stopped alone, and it’s time for them to share the screen again, a mission assigned. to Jon Watts.
This has been published by The Hollywood Reporter ensuring that the project, untitled and without a known script, is the subject of a blood and fire auction between major studios, as well as streaming services, to be able to take over the distribution of this project which looks like a gem to break lockers.
Neither Netflix nor Amazon and Apple are involved in the negotiations, but so are major studios like Sony, Warner Bros. or MGM. The only thing known about this project is that they will both be playing two old craftsmen hired to do the same job.
But it’s not only Clooney and Pitt’s last names that have attracted potential distributors, but also Watts, the director who has successfully run the new Spider-Man saga along with Marvel and Sony, who this year will release a third film: Spider-Man: No Way Home. .
Meanwhile, Brad Pitt is working on projects that won’t be seen until 2022, at least as an actor, and George Clooney screened his film Midnight Sky on Netflix last year, which he also directed. .
Hollywood players are falling for the hopes of getting a new film package featuring George Clooney and Brad Pitt’s “Ocean’s 11” team, who will be reuniting under the tutelage of “Spider-Man: Homecoming” director Jon Watts. According to the Hollywood Reporter, which broke the news, the package has attracted interest from a convoy of potential buyers including Lionsgate, Apple, Sony, Netflix, Universal, Amazon, Annapurna and Warner Bros. Phew.
It’s not hard to see why everyone is breaking their checkbook — two A-listers + hot director = standout box office/streaming winner. The deal required Watts to write, direct and produce the film with Clooney and Pitt sliding into the lead roles. Their production labels, Clooney’s Smokehouse Pictures and Pitt’s Plan B Entertainment, will produce the images.
Plot details, though scanty, are guarded like Hope Diamond. This is what we know. Apparently the film focuses on two fixers getting the same gig.
Pitt just won an Oscar for “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.” Clooney directs Ben Affleck and Tye Sheridan in “The Tender Bar” this fall. Watts has directed all three of the latest Spider-Man films. His newest entry, “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” debuts this winter.
Clooney, Pitt, and Watts were replaced by CAA.