You can miss Catch-22, but if you do, George Clooney won't be happy.
"Catch-22" - which will have a script written by Luke Davies and David Michod - follows U.S. airman Yossarian and his attempts to avoid the fighting in Italy during World War II, as he knows the situation is likely to end in death.
George Clooney in his breakthrough role in the medical drama ER
Clooney's move to television comes as Oscar-winning stars such as Nicole Kidman, Julia Roberts, Robert De Niro and Michael Douglas also take on small-screen projects. A network or platform is not yet attached for the six-episode satirical war project set in Italy during World War II.
The scripts were co-written by Luke Davies ("Lion") and David Michôd ("War Machine"), who both executive produce.
Outlook for iOS updated with iPhone X support
The issue with the launch of iOS 11 .1 was that the display of the iPhone X would tend to be unresponsive under cold temperatures. Unfortunately, Apple Pay Cash , which is one of the most significant features of the iOS 11 has not been introduced yet.
Clooney will be directing and starring in a miniseries adaptation of Catch-22 from Paramount TV and Anonymous Content.
As he grasps that his situation will nearly certainly lead to death, he tries various ways of getting himself out of the theater of combat, only to run up against the army's Catch-22 policy, which states that if one is rational enough to try to evade combat, they are sane enough to continue fighting.
Koch brothers back Meredith bid to buy Time
Des Moines-based Meredith also owns 17 television stations, according to USA Today . The shift in consumer attention to the internet has hit magazine publishers.
In the adaptation, Clooney will portray Colonel Cathcart, who was played by Martin Balsam in the earlier film. Only time will tell, but we think he's on the right path. Clooney is set to direct alongside Grant Heslov and Richard Brown and Steve Golin will executive produce on behalf of Anonymous Content along with Clooney and Heslov via Smokehouse Pictures.
But he runs up against the army's Catch-22 policy, which states that if someone is rational enough to try to evade combat, they are sane enough to continue fighting.
Sheriff takes down F-Trump sticker post after driver identified
Karen Fonseca is the owner of the truck. "I hate profanities that can be seen or heard by children that breeches my peace". Forsenca said she doesn't understand why the sheriff didn't reach out to her, instead of posting it on Facebook.