What’s with the comma in George Clooney’s Good Night and, Good Luck, the Edward R. Murrow vs. Joseph McCarthy drama that I’ve blurbed a couple of times? The comma after the “and” is there to suggest the pause that Murrow used before saying “good luck” on the air, but wouldn’t an ellipses be better? And is it “Goodnight” or “Good Night”? Pic is a Warner Independent release, having been deemed too indie-ish and dialogue-driven for regular-ass Warner Bros. It’s due in November (a friendly lady in Laura Kim’s office just told me this) and you’ve gotta figure it’ll play the Toronto Film Festival.