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Clooney-mania hits Roy Thomson Hall for The Men Who Stare at Goats premiere

Clooney-mania hits Roy Thomson Hall for The Men Who Stare at Goats premiere
Mob scene: the crowds go wild as Jeff Bridges stops to sign an autograph at Roy Thomson Hall

All eyes were on gorgeous George at yesterday’s premiere for The Men Who Stare at Goats at Roy Thomson Hall, where six rows of fans lined the entire length of the barricades to catch a glimpse. Security guards threatened that there would be no George if the fans kept pushing.

Coming straight from the press conference, stars George Clooney, Ewan McGregor and Jeff Bridges caused near riots when they came out of their cars, and the fans were even crazier when Clooney spent a good while signing autographs (fans came prepared with printed photos of him) along the gates, making sure everyone got a good look.

Co-star Ewan McGregor backtracked into his ride and drove off after making the rounds with the fans and the press because he had to catch a flight to Scotland to film a movie.

Part two of Clooney mania continues today with the premiere of his second film, Up In The Air.

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