George Clooney is spotted leaving The Power Center for the Performing Arts on the campus of the University of Michigan on Monday after filming a scene for The Ides of March (Mar. 14).
After filming last month in the Ohio cities of Cleveland and Oxford, Clooney moved to the Ann Arbor campus to shoot some of the final scenes for his political drama, which is based on the 2004 presidential campaign of Howard Dean (The Power Center is actually standing in for an auditorium at Kent State University). You can check out all the latest pics on Caught on Set's The Ides of March page.
The Detroit Free Press has more about what went down on set this morning:
"This morning, crew members were busy preparing for filming inside the Power Center for the Performing Arts. Outside, trucks lined the streets near the 1,300-seat theater as caterers, wardrobe staffers and extras got ready for their assignments. Hundreds of students are participating in the film as extras, according to Lee Doyle of the University of Michigan Film Office."