On the latest In the FOXlight on Fox and Friends today, Michael Tammero discussed George Clooney's ultra-private wedding to lawyer Amal Alamuddin and the new film starring Ben Affleck, "Gone Girl."

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"They asked the guests to leave their cell phones at home and to report anyone they saw taking pictures to security," Tammero said of Clooney's secretive nuptials in Venice, Italy. "So, a lot of rules and regulations at this wedding."

Tammero explained that it is rumored that Clooney and his new bride sold the rights to the actual wedding photos to Vogue, planning to donate the proceeds to charity, so they didn't want paparazzi or attendees snapping their own pics.

Tammero revealed that after tying the knot in a personal ceremony on Saturday, Clooney and Alamuddin are making the union official in a civil ceremony today.

Matt Damon, Robert DeNiro, Bill Murray and a slew of other A-listers were among the attendees, but one who didn't make it was Ben Affleck, who was in New York at the premiere of his new film, "Gone Girl."

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Affleck spoke to Tammero on the red carpet and said that he read the book on which the film is based, but at first didn't think it could be filmed.

After discussing with author/screenwriter Gillian Flynn and director David Fincher, though, Affleck said he was proven wrong.

Affleck's co-star Neil Patrick Harris said he was a big fan of the book, which has told more than 9 million copies, and didn't want it to end.

"I have not enjoyed a movie like this in a very, very long time. It's fantastic," Tammero raved about the film, which is out in theaters nationwide this week.

Watch the full clip from Fox and Friends above and check out the trailer for "Gone Girl" below.

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