George Clooney to make a comeback on television with Catch-22

George Clooney to return to TV with ‘Catch-22

George Clooney

Kenneth Lonergan's adapted Howards End for the BBC, and now David Michôd (Animal Kingdom) and Luke Davies (Lion) are bringing Joseph Heller's Catch-22 to the small screen.

Don't make George Clooney unhappy. The novel follows John Yossarian, a bombardier stationed in Italy in World War II.

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Clooney and Grant Heslov will direct. Richard Brown and Steve Golin will executive produce on behalf of Anonymous Content along with Clooney and Heslov via Smokehouse Pictures.

It will be the second adaptation of the seminal Heller novel, Catch-22 having already been turned into a cult film in 1970 directed by Mike Nichols. If a soldier declares insanity to be released from duty so as to avoid participating in risky missions - only an insane person would continue to fly into certain danger - doesn't his declaration inherently demonstrate sanity?

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George's role as the malicious Colonel Cathcart marks his first acting job since his appearance as a slick TV presenter held hostage in 2016's "Money Monster".

Twenty years after making TV history as the much-loved Dr Doug Ross in the medical drama ER, the Hollywood A-lister is attached to star in and direct the project for Paramount Television and Anonymous Content, according to Deadline.

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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.

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