Celebrity news News & Gossip George Clooney shies away from baby talk The silver fox jokes about becoming a dad PLUS pictures from the premiere of the new animated film, Fantastic Mr Fox 1 of Ad break George Clooney avoids baby talk at premiere of the Fantastic Mr FoxWalking down the red carpet at the premiere of the Fantastic Mr Fox film last night, all eyes were on George Clooney and his latest beau, Elisabetta Canalis. The 48-year-old ladies man who voices the main character Mr Fox, a devoted family man, prompted questions on whether George intends to join the family way with his gorgeous Italian girlfriend Elisabetta, 30. “I am going to adopt some of Brad Pitt’s. I owe him a few,” he joked when asked if he wants to become a daddy. What best mate Brad thinks of George’s offer is unknown, but it seems the notorious bachelor isn’t heading into nappy-ville anytime soon! Also spotted at the premiere in London for the opening of the London Film Festival, was mum-of-two Cindy Crawford, actress Thandie Newton with her daughters Ripley, 9, and Nico, 5, Sophie Dahl (whose Grandfather was Roald Dahl), Jonathan Ross and Bill Murray. Based on the popular Roald Dahl story, Fantastic Mr Fox is about a devoted dad-fox who is up against angry farmers to save his family of baby foxes from getting evicted from their home. The film is released in cinemas on October 23. Click through for pictures from the premiere! George Clooney and girlfriend Elisabetta CanalisThe happy couple pose for pictures at the Fantastic Mr Fox film premiere held in London October 14. George, 48, voices the main character Mr Fox. Cindy Crawford Former supermodel and mum-of-two Cindy, 43, made an appearance to support her close friend George. She trod the red carpet alone, leaving son Presley, 10, and daughter Kaia, 8, at home. Sophie Dahl and Jamie CullumThe 32-year-old granddaughter of Roald Dahl - who wrote the original novel which the film is based on - made an appearance with her musician beau, Jamie Cullum, 30. Continue slideshow > Mr Fox and his crewMr Fox gets help plotting a plan to keep his family from being evicted with the little help from his friends. The badger is voiced by Bill Murray and the rat is voiced by Williem Defoe. Fantastic Mr Fox at workSpeaking to his underground furry friends, Mr Fox leads the adventure in the animated film. By Kyrsty Hazell Comments Latest on MadeForMums MadeForMums Awards 2018 shortlist announced Mum takes drastic action when her baby name is 'stolen' How Rochelle Humes tackled her daughter's curly hair insecurity What's the most you'd pay to watch your child's Christmas play?