I'm watching Primetime LIVE with Diane Sawyer - respected journalist. She's interviewing George Clooney who made a movie about Edward R. Murrow.
DIANE SAWYER - (Voice Over) So we wondered how would Murrow, the crusader, feel about television news today?
GEORGE CLOONEY - Nowadays it's car chases. You know, local news. We love car chases. There is no news value in that.
DIANE SAWYER - (Off Camera) Would you ever put "Brad Pitt marries Angelina Jolie" in any broadcast?
GEORGE CLOONEY - Entertainment shows, sure. If I, you know, gave birth to a goat, it should be on an entertainment show. I think that -which, by the way, has never happened.
Why is a journalist asking a movie star if he would put an entertainment story on news show. He says no - but on an entertainment show. This is a news show. Why is a real journalist on a real news show asking a movie actor if he would do a fluff piece on a news show during a news show doing a fluff piece.
The answer is Yes.
DIANE SAWYER - What do you think about Murrow's accommodations? He did person- to-person entertainment show to keep the money coming in.
What do you think of it? You're doing it now!
Here are some more hard hitting questions.
(Off Camera) Okay. You can answer these or not answer these.
All right. I'm going to answer them all.
(Off Camera) Okay, here we go. Blonde or brunette, skinny or curvy?
GEORGE CLOONEY - Blonde or brunette? I have no preferences.
DIANE SAWYER - (Off Camera) The thing you're most shy about?
GEORGE CLOONEY - A room full of strangers always still.
DIANE SAWYER - (Off Camera) Last time you cried in a movie?
GEORGE CLOONEY - It was -I think it was at the premiere of "Solaris."For those of you who don't know, since probably no one does, that was a film I was in. I don't know. God, that's tough to think. "Terms of Endearment," you know. Big sappy movie. She brings the little kid in, you're like ...
DIANE SAWYER - (Voice Over) And when you get to heaven, what will be the sign that it really is heaven? What do you know for sure will be there?
GEORGE CLOONEY - If you get to heaven, it will be Rosemary sitting there singing with Nat Cole playing the piano.