Newsmakers: George Clooney, Jennifer Aniston

He's the sexiest man alive (according to People magazine) for the second time, and he also stars in Steven Soderbergh's noir "The Good German." Clooney spoke with Nicki Gostin.

Directing is the key to filmmaking. Everything else is just paint.

No, I'm very modern. I have someone that I yell at and they yell it out loud.

This year it was Tom and Katie getting married at my house. He sent me a bottle of wine to thank me. With Brad and Angie, I say they're not getting married and the press goes, "Arrgh!" The more you deny, the guiltier you sound.

Until O'Reilly sticks his neck out and goes where people are shooting, then I'm not going to worry. If you're going to be famous and have cameras follow you around, you might as well go where the cameras will do some good.

[ Laughs ] Um, ah, no, because I also wake up and my knees hurt and I think, "I'm 45."

I wash my face with a bar of soap. And I cut my own hair.

With a pair of scissors.

Something sticks out and you snip it. Though once in a while a buddy will say, "Dude, you need someone to cut your hair."

It began on the set of a film called "The Break-up," so let's face it: the Vince Vaughn-Jennifer Aniston romance was doomed. It met its official, flack-certified demise last week, but it sounded over many times before. (graphic omitted)

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