They co-wrote and co-produced Good Night, and Good Luck and The ides of March.
We were in the middle of shooting The ides of March at the time, but I thought Monuments Men could make a great film.
In his next movie, The ides of March , Clooney plays a flawed presidential candidate.
A soothsayer warned Julius Caesar about the ides of March—a catastrophe looming in the middle of the month.
He is said to have reserved the ides of March for momentous occasions.
The Calends, the ides, and the Nones were especially to be avoided.
Was I to know, that to-day is the ides, and to-morrow the day after?
Is not the ides of March written large in the story of this planet?
You were in Palmyra from the ides of January to the nones of February, and lived in a tavern.
Nor could such other unlucky days be used as the kalenda, nones, or ides of any month.
(plural) early 14c., "middle day of a Roman month," from Old French Ides (12c.), from Latin idus (plural), a word perhaps of Etruscan origin. The 15th of March, May, July, and October; the 13th of other months. "Debts and interest were often payable on the ides" [Lewis].