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Diary: Clooney falls for wrestler

As this column suggested just a month ago, George Clooney has a reputation as a "guy's guy" that left onlookers less than surprised when he and his long-term lady friend, Elisabetta Canalis, recently split. Sources suggest, however, that the star may have found someone else to roll around on the floor with already: a former professional wrestler, no less. Stacy Keibler, the fighter in question, is famous for having particularly long legs and has, in her time, been nicknamed "The legs of WCW", "Super Stacy", "The Weapon of Mass Seduction" and "The Duchess of Dudleyville".

5,962 flights, 10 million miles: car salesman flies into the record books

Even those nearest and dearest to Thomas Stuker would probably admit that he is no George Clooney. But like the character played by the actor in the film Up In The Air, Mr Stuker's flights around the world have seen him reach the milestone of 10 million miles on board a single US airline.

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Lonesome George: Why Clooney is unlucky in love

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Most directors would bask in the limelight of a Palme d'Or win, but Malick did what he always does – watch from the shadows. Luke Blackall profiles the reclusive genius

Elmore Leonard: 'To have a clear head in the morning was a new feeling for me'

The biggest thrill of my life was selling my first novelette It was a Western for Argosy magazine in 1951, called "Trail of the Apaches". I'd done a lot of research about the Apache Indians in the 1880s and they seemed like ruthless individuals out to raise hell, which fascinated me. I got paid $1,000 for it and I thought, wow, I'm going to quit my job in advertising, which I hated.

DVD: The American (15)

George Clooney has, essentially, three acting settings: 1) Gurn and grin like a hyperactive Cary Grant (Burn after Reading, Intolerable Cruelty); 2) Smile slyly and play cocky (One Fine Day, Ocean's Eleven); 3) Grimace an awful lot (Michael Clayton, Syriana).

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Video: Clooney witness at Berlusconi sex trial

Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has called Hollywood star George Clooney among his defence witnesses for when he goes on trial.

The Fighter (15)

Starring: Mark Wahlberg, Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Melissa Leo

George Clooney happy to stay out of politics

George Clooney would never want to be president because he doesn't want to answer to anyone else.

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George Clooney has revealed he contracted malaria but has "completely" recovered from his battle with the illness.

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