What George Clooney Is Giving Up Now That He'll Be A Dad; He Used To Enjoy This!

By Amanda Moore, Parent Herald April 07, 04:00 am
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Friend and co-actor Matt Damon said dad-to-be George Clooney no longer pulls pranks as much as before.
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Friends and co-stars are noting something different from George Clooney ever since he started embracing fatherhood. He seems to have given up something he used to love doing following the confirmation he's having twins with wife Amal Clooney.

The award-winning actor and director, who's also well-known for pulling tricks on the set, gave up doing pranks against his fellow actors now that he's becoming a dad. "Suburbicon" co-star Matt Damon recalled Clooney "behaved" while they worked on the film.

"I don't think he did anything to me this time," Damon told E! News. "But I think because, you know, he had such huge changes in his own life, he has less time now."

Damon further explained his friend's prankster days are waning because he'll soon be a full-time family man and will have his hands full. Clooney's pranks were elaborately planned but it looks like he has no more time for this now.

In his days as a bachelor, Clooney tricked mostly his friends, like Damon and Brad Pitt. He's also done pranks against Bruce Willis, Tina Fey, Amy Poehler and Meryl Streep, as per Telegraph.

Meanwhile, Clooney recently told the press he's getting ready to be a dad at 55-years-old, as Parent Herald previously reported. Having twins will be a challenge but Clooney joked he's had much practice as a pediatrician on the TV show "ER" in the '90s.

Clooney also hailed his wife for being an amazing pregnant woman. Amal, the 39-year-old international human rights lawyer, gave up traveling to high-risk places for work to ensure her safe pregnancy.

"We decided to be much more responsible, to avoid the danger," Clooney told People. "I won't go to South Sudan anymore or the Congo, Amal will no longer go to Iraq and she'll avoid places where she knows she isn't welcome," the protective husband and dad said.

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