New Clip For The Descendants Starring George Clooney

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Its certain George Clooney will be very hectic first quarter to 2012 with the nominations in the festival season with Ides Of March and this one The Descendants. Not many directors or actors can boast the possibility of having 2 strong contenders in the film awards especially The Oscars like Clooney if it happens 2012 should be a really happy year.Gorgeous George is happy chappy now and last night in London he was attending the UK premier of Ides Of March with his new girlfriend Stacey Kiebler and will be there again for The Descendants tonight and to celebrate the films screening at London Film Festival, Fox Searchlight have sent us over this new clip entitled “I don’t know what to do with her!” which sees Clooney’s character Matt in a position alot of parents unfortunately find themselves in too often!

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From Alexander Payne, the creator of the Oscar®-winning SIDEWAYS, THE DESCENDANTS is set in Hawaii and follows the unpredictable journey of an American family at a crossroads. Matt King (George Clooney), a husband and father of two girls, must re-examine his past and navigate his future when his wife is in a boating accident off Waikiki. He awkwardly attempts to repair his relationship with his daughters – 10 year-old precocious Scottie (Amara Miller) and rebellious 17 year-old Alexandra (Shailene Woodley) – while wrestling with a decision to sell his family’s land. Handed down from Hawaiian royalty and missionaries, the Kings own some of the last priceless virgin parcels of tropical beach in the islands.

When Alexandra drops the bombshell that her mother was in the midst of a romantic fling at the time of the accident, Matt has to take a whole new look at his life, not to mention his legacy, during a week of momentous decisions. With his girls in tow, he embarks on a haphazard search for his wife’s lover. Along the way, in encounters alternately funny, troublesome and transcendent, he realizes he’s finally on course toward rebuilding his life and family.