We all know that Cindy Crawford is not a movie star, but still we must admit that she was the one to steal the show at the opening ceremony of Venice Film Festival opening last night.
Wearing a flowing floor length, one-shoulder gown, stunning Cindy Crawford didn’t fail to turn heads.
Cindy, along with her husband of thirteen years, Rande Gerber, was there to give their support to George Clooney for his latest movie The Ides Of March which was premiering as part of the Venice Film Festivals opening ceremony.
George Clooney is both director and actor in the political thriller, which takes its name from the date in 44BC when Julius Caesar is thought to have been assassinated.
Clooney’s movie tells the story of an ambitious campaign press secretary, played by Ryan Gosling, who gets swept up in a political scandal in the last frantic days of a heavily contested primary race. In the story also appear Philip Seymour Hoffman and Paul Giamatti as rival campaign managers. And of course, the 50-year-old George Clooney takes on the role of Democrat governor Mike Morris, who is guided to run for the presidency by his two advisers (Hoffman and Gosling).
George Clooney used the film’s premiere to clear the rumours that he would run for president.
After months of speculation that he would use the movie to signal his move into politics, he said:
“If you are in power, every day is a compromise. I don’t have to make decisions that affect peoples lives. If I make a mistake, it’s not going to cost 100 000 people their lives. I’m very happy just telling stories.”