George Clooney signs a huge business deal


George Clooney, Oscar-winning actor/director has just landed a new deal that will make him very happy. Smokehouse Pictures — Clooney’s production company with creative and business partner Grant Heslov — and Audible have announced that they’ve teamed up and struck a multi-project deal together. According to a press release, Audible has partnered with Grant Heslov and Smokehouse Pictures. Smokehouse PicturesWe will all work together to create “a slate of audio-only original projects.”The companies haven’t yet announced their first joint venture, but A-list fans will be eager to hear about the results.

Clooney and Heslov released a statement about the deal. “We have both been avid listeners for many years, and we couldn’t be happier to team up with Audible to produce original content exclusively for this terrific service.”Zola Mashariki, Head, Audible Studios, was added. “We are absolutely delighted to team up with George Clooney, Grant Heslov, and the brilliant and creative minds at Smokehouse Pictures. They’ve ignited conversations and imaginations on big and small screens alike- and we can’t wait to introduce our worldwide listeners to Smokehouse’s distinctive, high-caliber brand of storytelling.”

Smokehouse has been a creative force behind many major films over the years, including the Oscar-winning Ben Affleck film Argo?, and Ocean’s 8The sequel to Clooney’s hit franchise of heist movies, Ocean’s Eleven (2001), is titled “The Assassins”. Other big Smokehouse Pictures films are Leatherheads, March’s Ides?, and The Tender Bar. Hulu’s is one of their high-quality TV shows. Catch-22Showtime Central Florida: How to be a God.

Audible is a worldwide audiobook and podcast service that has many major projects you can stream. Summer in ArgyleWhich features? Better Call SaulBob Odenkirk, star. The beloved actor and comedian co-created the narrative podcast with his son Nate. Odenkirk spoke exclusively to about the narrative podcast. “Summer in Argyle is pretty crazy and unhinged… and that allows a lot of freedom when you know that you don’t have a network executive sitting there going, ‘Wait a second, I’ve never heard of that!’ or, ‘That doesn’t make sense,’ which a lot of comedy doesn’t make sense. That’s why it’s comedy. But we just had such total freedom.”Fans who are interested in this product. Summer in Argylecan Click here to do this.