American actor George Clooney recently said that his wife banned him from riding motorcycles after a terrible accident in Italy.
But the 57-year-old actor and his Lebanese–British wife Amal, 41, looked happy as ever as they arrived for the premiere of his new Hulu miniseries Catch-22 on Tuesday night in Hollywood.
Amal, 41, dazzled in a silky green dress while her husband rocked in an unbuttoned shirt and suit.
The human rights attorney's dark green dress featured extensive ruching over her torso, with a flourish of fabric covering her left arm.
In contrast with his glamorous wife, George went more casual with his dark suit.
He left a few buttons of his white shirt open, and showed off his trimmed salt and pepper beard.
The "Ocean's 11" star produces his new series, as well as directing the first two episodes and appearing in a small role as Lieutenant Scheisskopf.
The show adapts Joseph Heller's seminal anti-war satire, first published in 1961. A film adaptation was previously made in 1970, directed by Mike Nichols and starring Alan Arkin as the besieged bombardier Yossarian, according to Mail Online.