-- Now that George Clooney is a married man, he's prepared to be asked over and over again if he and wife Amal Alamuddin are going to have kids.
"I just did a junket," Clooney said about his new film "Tomorrowland." Each of the outlets has a different version of how to get to it. They'll be like, 'There's a kid, who plays you as a young guy George' and I go, 'Yeah.' [Then they go] 'Does it ever make you want to have a little George?'"
Clooney said, "there's always some way in."
The 54-year-old actor stopped by "Popcorn With Peter Travers" not only chat about his new film, but married life.
"I'm a happier person," he said of being a newlywed. "We have a very happy life. We enjoy many of the same things and I very much enjoy the projects she takes on, because they have real consequence."
Clooney said his lawyer wife Amal, 37, doesn't get involved in his work but she offered to take a teaching job while he was filming in New York for three months while he films a movie with Jodie Foster.
"I said, 'I gotta be in New York for three months.' She's like, 'Okay, I can do that.' Then she says, 'You know what I'll do, I'll take a teaching job at Columbia,'" he explained.
"I'll take a teaching job at Columbia, too," George joked. "So, we are able to adapt. I'll go to London and spend a little time in London while she can work and we'll be able to move back and forth."
Clooney added that Amal watches his films, but isn't a fan of all of them.
"She didn't like 'Gravity.' She felt that I floated off in space a little too soon," he said.