Clooney talks with director Coen on the red carpet.
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George Clooney joined the Coen brothers and co-stars Tim Blake Nelson and John Turturro at the New York Film Festival Tuesday evening for a special 15th anniversary screening of "O Brother, Where Art Thou?" Clooney remembered he had just left a successful television series when the opportunity came up.Clooney admits he felt a geographic familiarity with the characters.Ethan talked about what inspired them to make the movie.Coen loved how the music and film unexpectedly came together, but also discussed the tricky marriage of the two.Coen remarked that "Llewyn Davis" is kind of a descendent of "O Brother".Clooney told reporters he originally recorded the track, but after he came out of the recording booth, producer Burnett just put his head down and looked away. Clooney said he knew at that moment his voice was getting dubbed.
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