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Scott Eastwood Lies About Who His Dad Clint Eastwood Is In Interviews - Watch!

Scott Eastwood has a way of dodging questions! The 31-year-old Pacific Rim Uprising actor and model made an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Monday night (March 19). PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Scott Eastwood During his appearance, Scott talked about the thrill-seeking adventures he’s had, and also demonstrated the [...]

'SNL': Bill Hader Revives Beloved Impressions in Fake 'Jurassic Park' Screen Test

The host played Alan Alda, Clint Eastwood and Al Pacino, which were all impersonations he previously during his eight-season tenure on the NBC sketch show. read more

THIS WHITE HOUSE REPORTER WON’T MISS OMAROSA ONE BIT: As Clint Eastwood once said, a man [or quasi-c…

THIS WHITE HOUSE REPORTER WON’T MISS OMAROSA ONE BIT: As Clint Eastwood once said, a man [or quasi-celebrity Apprentice grad) should know his limits. More from LifeZette’s White House correspondent.

Young actors take '15:17 to Paris' with Eastwood

last monthNews : USAToday: News

In the new film "The 15:17 to Paris," three young actors got to work with a veteran director named Clint Eastwood. "I did some research and found out he was this ginormous star," says William Jennings. (Feb. 15)        

THE 15:17 TO PARIS Trailers, Clips, Featurettes, Images and Poster

"The 15:17 to Paris" is a fact-based drama directed by Clint Eastwood from a script written by Dorothy Blyskal based on the autobiography "The 15:17 to Paris: The True Story of a... For more, visit our blog !

Clint Eastwood's Accidental Heroes

“Chocolate or strawberry, sir?” a waiter asks as he lowers a plate of ice cream before the soldier. “Strawberry,” the soldier answers. The waiter pours a thick syrup on the little mound of ice cream molded in the shape of six American marines lifting a flag. Show More Summary

Review: Clint Eastwood Traces the Roots of American Heroism in “The 15:17 to Paris”

Richard Brody reviews Clint Eastwood’s movie “The 15:17 to Paris,” about three Americans who foil a terrorist attack on a train.

Clint Eastwood’s New Film About American Heroes Could Free the ISIS Villain

last monthNews : The Daily Beast

Keith Bernstein/Warner Bros PARIS—If ever a singular incident was rife with potential for a future action movie scene, the thwarted terrorist attack aboard a high-speed Thalys train from Amsterdam to Paris in 2015 fits the bill. On Aug. Show More Summary

‘Fifty Shades Freed’ Ends Sex Trilogy With Solid Ticket Sales

The raunchy “Fifty Shades Freed” and cuddly “Peter Rabbit” were No. 1 and No. 2 at the weekend box office. Clint Eastwood’s latest film was a soft third.

How Clint Eastwood’s Movies Devolved into Jingoistic Garbage

last monthNews : The Daily Beast

Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast Clint Eastwood is a living legend. He’s iconic as an actor and as a director; he’s the Man with No Name, he’s Harry Callahan, and he’s responsible for Unforgiven and The Bridges of Madison County. Show More Summary

We Could Be Heroes: Clint Eastwood’s “The 15:17 to Paris,” Reviewed

Anthony Lane reviews Clint Eastwood’s movie “The 15:17 to Paris,” in which the men who thwarted a terrorist attack on a train in France play themselves.

The 15:17 To Paris Review

Sadly, The 15:17 to Paris is an all-time career low for Clint Eastwood.

Review: Clint Eastwood's 'The 15:17 to Paris' Honors Its Subjects While Dishonoring the Art of Filmmaking

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Clint Eastwood is on an interesting run of films. In 2014, he made American Sniper, based on the life of Chris Kyle, one of the most prolific snipers in American history. If Kyle's story weren't already interesting enough on its...

Clint Eastwood loathes taking fan selfies: 'It's a pain in the rear'

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Clint Eastwood uses many shots of tourists taking selfie pictures in 'The 15:17 to Paris.' But the director is not a selfie fan. At all.        

Clint Eastwood loathes taking fan selfies: 'It's a pain in the rear'

Clint Eastwood uses many shots of tourists taking selfie pictures in 'The 15:17 to Paris.' But the director is not a selfie fan. At all.        

Clint Eastwood directing military men with no acting experience goes about as well as expected

A.V. Club film editor A.A. Dowd and staff critic Ignatiy Vishnevetsky are kicking off a new season of Film Club by discussing Clint Eastwood’s The 15:17 To Paris, the latest film in the director’s recent streak of biographical thrillers, following Sully and American Sniper. Like those films, 15:17 explores real-life… Read more...

The 15:17 to Paris Is a Rickety Celebration of Old-fashioned American Heroism

Clint Eastwood’s The 15:17 to Paris celebrates old-fashioned American heroism, and I like it — in spite of its dumbbell infelicities. The heroes are well-known. On August 21, 2015, three friends — Spencer Stone, Alek Skarlatos, and Anthony Sadler — were traveling by high-speed train from Amsterdam to Paris when ... More »

‘The 15:17 to Paris’ Review: Clint Eastwood’s Story of Real-Life Heroes is a Total Dud

When a new movie based on a true story opens, there is an inevitable debate online over whether what’s documented on screen really happened, or if it really happened in the way it’s presented. Films like Selma, Zero Dark Thirty, Dunkirk,...Show More Summary

The Guys Who Stopped A Gunman On A Paris Train Asked Clint Eastwood To Make A Movie About Them. They Were Joking. He Wasn't.

Reporter Bruce Fretts tells the origin story of The 15:17 to Paris - and why Eastwood asked the three men to play themselves.

Clint Eastwood’s ‘The 15:17 to Paris’ Is Worse Than His Empty Chair Speech

last monthNews : The Daily Beast

Warner Bros. Pictures Clint Eastwood rose to superstardom playing rugged loners who adhered to hard moral codes and boasted itchy trigger fingers, but as a director, he’s spent the past four decades—in films as varied as Play Misty for...Show More Summary

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