Marisa Tomei just happened to be in that position on Tuesday night, and well, she just couldn't wait to expose the dirty or clean! Which makes for the second time this week that we've found out that a prominent elder statesman of the media dropped trou to dip in Clooney's waters. And as for the film that Tomei was promoting, that little political drama that her skinny dipping leader directed and stars in as presidential candidate Mike Morris, it's just about as close Clooney is going to get to running for office. I have no interest in politics — because of the compromises you have to make. I don't have to make those kind of compromises when I get to go to the Sudan or Darfur. I get to come back and sit down in front of the Security Council at the United Nations and say, 'This is right, and this is wrong.
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This article is from the archive of our partner. Marisa Tomei was promoting George Clooney's very solemn, very outraged new political thriller The Ides of March on Conan last night when she let it slip that she and PBS host Charlie Rose, who appears as himself in the film, went skinny-dipping together at their director's fabulous villa on Lake Como. Evan Rachel Wood may also have been there too, but the audio is a bit garbled. He instigated!
Actress Marisa Tomei has revealed that she got naked for George Clooney when she went skinny dipping at his house in Italy. In an appearance on US TV show Conan last night, the year-old revealed what happened after Clooney offered his guests a dare. She said: 'George kind of said we would up all skinny dipping, let's just cut to the chase! And he did it on the second night. Now, we're here on the first night, we're having wine, we're having a beautiful dinner.
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