George and Amal Clooney attend the premiere of George’s film Suburbicon at the 74th Venice Film Festival.


The couple arrived on the red carpet dressed to the nines, despite battling the exhaustion that comes with having twins just three months ago. George wore a classic tuxedo while his international human rights lawyer wife wore an appropriately vintage lavender gown by Versace. The silk chiffon dress featured a ruched bodice and flowing skirt.

Suburbicon is based on the real-life events in Levittown, Pennsylvania, in 1950, when a black family moved into a white neighborhood. The film is at times pointedly relevant and at other times uproariously funny. Matt Damon and Julianne Moore star.

“We made the movie last year and it’s incredible to see what’s happened in Charlottesville. It’s horrible,” said Damon. “A lot of people, myself included, are really waking up to the extent of the existing racism, and it’s so much worse than I naively thought.”

See the trailer below.

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