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George Clooney, Leatherheads (1)

George Clooney, Leatherheads (1)

George Clooney (left) in “Leatherheads”.

John Krasinski, Jonathan Pryce, George Clooney, Renée Zellweger, Leatherheads (2)

John Krasinski, Jonathan Pryce, George Clooney, Renée Zellweger, Leatherheads (2)

From left to right: John Krasinski, Jonathan Pryce, George Clooney and Renée Zellweger in “Leatherheads”.

Renée Zellweger, George Clooney, Leatherheads (4)

Renée Zellweger, George Clooney, Leatherheads (4)

Renée Zellweger and George Clooney in “Leatherheads”.

George Clooney, Leatherheads (5)

George Clooney, Leatherheads (5)

George Clooney shooting “Leatherheads”.

George Clooney, Leatherheads (7)

George Clooney, Leatherheads (7)

George Clooney shooting “Leatherheads”.

George Clooney, Leatherheads (8)

George Clooney, Leatherheads (8)

George Clooney in “Leatherheads”.

George Clooney, Leatherheads (9)

George Clooney, Leatherheads (9)

George Clooney in “Leatherheads”.

George Clooney, Nick Paonessa, Leatherheads (10)

George Clooney, Nick Paonessa, Leatherheads (10)

George Clooney (middle) and Nick Paonessa (right of Clooney) in “Leatherheads”.

George Clooney, John Krasinski, Leatherheads (12)

George Clooney, John Krasinski, Leatherheads (12)

George Clooney and John Krasinski in “Leatherheads”.

John Krasinski, George Clooney, Leatherheads (13)

John Krasinski, George Clooney, Leatherheads (13)

John Krasinski (left) and George Clooney in “Leatherheads”.

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