Check out the article discussing Sudan’s politics at the HuffingtonPost
It’s nice to see that not all celebrities are busy making money, getting hammered, and being chased by paparazzi.
By the way, here is probably the best way to lose the paparazzi: go to Sudan.
However, it feels to me like Clooney’s efforts this time might be in vain because international humanitarian work usually fall on deaf ears amidst a turbulent economy and tense political environment (ex. Israel & Palestine).
In other news, Agnus T. Jones, who plays Jake Harper in “Two and a Half Men”, signs a two year, 22 episode deal worth $300,000 PER episode (and Charlie Sheen signs for $2 million per episode). Perhaps he should accompany Clooney and see where he could spend some of his fortunes.