President Obama Agrees To Appear With George Clooney In An Action Packed Movie

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Monday, 3 June 2013

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President Obama on the phone discussing a scene with the film's director Martello Pellagrini.

WASHINGTON, D.C. - The White House has just announced that President Obama has been offered a role in George Clooney's next action packed motion picture.

According to Silver Screen Showcase Magazine reporter Pomona Vox, Clooney has been after the president to accept the role in the movie Strike Force Eagle Bravo 1 since October of last year.

White House Press Secretary Cal Colfax said that the president's busy re-election campaign schedule did not permit him to spend time on the motion picture.

Colfax commented that he talked to Clooney and the movie's director Martello Pellagrini and they both agreed to delay the start of the film until after the election.

The details are still somewhat sketchy but it looks like President Obama will be appearing as Navy Seal Commander Barry R. Gungatelli who leads a team of seven Navy Seals behind enemy lines into Laos to rescue two crew members of a U.S. manned satellite that had crashed in the Laotian jungle.

Clooney will star as the commander's assistant, Lieutenant Pettus. M. Quilltyler.

SPOILER ALERT: The film ends with Commander Gungatelli and his Navy Seals team rescuing the two downed satelliters and returning them safe and sound to the United States. Strike Force Eagle Bravo 1, is also able to recover the satellite which ends up being set up as a historic and heroic national monument next to the Lincoln Memorial.

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