Amal Clooney is reportedly frustrated with her husband George Clooney’s recent foul moods, according to new rumors, but there has been proof supporting this claim. National Enquirer published a report claiming that George has been “barking orders and ruffling feathers” due to his upcoming Netflix movie “Good Morning, Midnight.” The “Money Monster” actor apparently used to be so calm and laid-back, but lately people have been “getting out of his way like the plague.” “He’s stressing getting his cast assembled, and it’s turning him into a nasty customer to deal with, and it’s going to get worse when filming starts. Everyone wishes Amal would calm him down – but even she is frustrated with his foul moods,” a tabloid's unnamed source claimed.
However, the report appears to be false as the tabloid provided no solid evidence. First, Clooney doesn’t need to worry about assembling the cast because the film has completed casting its actors for months. In August, The Hollywood Reporter broke the news that David Oyelowo was joining the cast. Felicity Jones and Kyle Chandler are also part of the film. Second, Clooney and his co-stars are already halfway through filming. In fact, they are ahead of schedule. In June, Clooney, who will be directing and starring in the film, expressed his excitement over working with writer Mark L. Smith. He also added that he was thrilled to be working with their friends, implying that they already knew who were going to be involved in the movie.
“Grant and I couldn’t be more excited to be involved with this incredible project,” Clooney told Variety. “Mark is a writer we’ve long admired and his script is haunting. We’re thrilled to be working with our friends at Netflix as well.” As for George and Amal’s relationship, the couple is doing good despite the many rumors claiming that their marriage has hit the rock bottom. Last month, an insider claimed to OK! Magazine that the two have barely seen each other and are living separate lives. The distance has reportedly led to a lot of tension between them.
New Idea also claimed that George and Amal were battling for the custody of their 2-year-old twins, Ella and Alexander. However, there were no signs that the Clooneys were in the midst of a custody battle. In a past interview, George also said that he and his wife Amal were the “right team.” He added that they "have been happy ever since" they got together.