Clint Eastwood thinks that political correctness is 'weakening society', and that he's 'never cautious' about what he says.
Eastwood's film eschews actors and instead uses actual trio of American friends who thwarted 2015 terror attack on French train.
Warner Bros. has given a Feb. 9, 2018, worldwide release date to Clint Eastwood’s drama “The 15:17 to Paris,” which centers on the heroes who derailed a 2015 terrorist attack during a highspeed train ride. Sue Kroll, president of worldwide marketing and distribution, said, “Clint Eastwood is one of our most prolific and enduring filmmakers […]
An angry cinematic reply to Clint Eastwood's 2014 movie 'American Sniper' is being plotted by Egyptian director Amr Salama.
Director taps Anthony Sadler, Alek Skarlatos, Spencer Stone, the three Americans who stopped a terrorist on train bound for Paris, for movie of their story
It’s no secret that Logan owes a big tip of the cowboy hat to Shane. X-23, are glimpsed watching Shane in a Las Vegas hotel room.) But Hugh Jackman tells Yahoo Movies that another Western came close to inspiring the ending he initially imagined for his signature X-Man, one that would have granted Wolverine a stay of execution.
Working with Clint is, as you might expect, a bit intimidating, says Tom Hanks. Hanks was under Eastwood’s directorial gaze for the movie ‘Sully’, in which he played feted pilot Chesley ‘Sully’ Sullenberger, who safely landed his plane on the Hudson River in 2009 after it hit a flock of geese, saving the lives of all 155 passengers. Speaking on tonight’s ‘Graham Norton Show’, Hanks said: “You certainly don’t want one of those Eastwood looks.
In typical Clint Eastwood fashion, the seemingly ageless auteur is already setting up his next directing gig even as his latest pic Sully is playing in theaters. Sources tell Variety that Warner Bros. has optioned Impossible Odds, an autobiography by Jessica Buchanan and Anthony Flacco. The American humanitarian aid worker was kidnapped by Somali militants and later rescued by a Navy SEAL team in 2012.
Clint Eastwood has revealed that he’ll vote for Donald Trump in the upcoming U.S. presidential election. The legendary actor and director made this admission to Esquire during his joint interview with his son Scott Eastwood. After being asked who he’d vote for between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, Clint Eastwood admitted, “That’s a tough one, isn’t it?