In a world of 72-day Hollywood marriages, it’s nice to look at a Tinseltown relationship that has lasted the test of time.
The frequent costars have been in three “Ocean’s [Insert Number Here]” films together, along with the Coen brothers’ “Burn After Reading” and the Clooney-directed “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind.”
At the 69th annual Golden Globe Awards, the two nominees put their relationship on display once again when notorious prankster Clooney stole his pal’s cane (which he’s using as he recovers from a leg injury) and brought it onstage as he introduced best picture nominee “Moneyball.”
Don’t worry, Clooney planned to return it. “I have to give it back to him — he can’t make it to the bar otherwise,” he quips.
Although Clooney eventually beat out Pitt in the Best Actor in a Drama category (which was filled with handsome men, by the way, including Michael Fassbender, Ryan Gosling and Leonardo DiCaprio) and “The Descendants” dominated “Moneyball,” we’re pretty sure the bros will be able to pull through.