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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO INTERVIEW: George Clooney Jokes About Being On Crack

Dec. 1 2009, Published 1:18 p.m. ET

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George Clooney's reputation as a jokester was solidified on the red carpet in Los Angeles Monday night at the premiere of his new film Up in the Air.

"I'm up in the air on mostly on the crack that I'm on right now," the ever so dashing Clooney exclusively told

Should we be worried about this? Is the most gorgeous man in Hollywood going to be checking into rehab?

"Rehab is the woosy way, that's the new Hollywood way," he explained to us. "We go the old way, which is just party through it!"

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Also on hand were his good friends Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber, fresh from their Mexican Thanksgiving vacation with George and his lovely Italian girlfriend Elisabetta Canalis, who took pictures with George but did not walk the carpet and answer questions.

So we had to ask, is Clooney up in the air about marriage too? "Exactly," he charmingly told us.

In Up In The Air, Clooney plays Ryan Bingham, a jaded man whose job is to fire people from their jobs.

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When his boss hires arrogant young Natalie, she develops a method of video conferencing that will allow termination without ever leaving the office - essentially threatening the nomadic existence Ryan loves.

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Determined to show Natalie the error of her logic, Ryan takes her on one of his cross country firing trips, but as she starts to realize the disheartening realities of her profession, he begins to see the downfalls to his way of life.

Up In The Air opens Friday, December 4.



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