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Entertainment Clint Eastwood to direct and star in Cry Macho

14:17  05 october  2020
14:17  05 october  2020 Source:   msn.com

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Photo: Amy Sussman/Getty Images for AFI. What pandemic? What at-risk age groups? Clint Eastwood , the busiest 90 year-old man in show business, is planning to star , direct , and produce a Cry Macho adaptation as his next big screen project.

Clint Eastwood is planning to produce, direct and star in the adventure-drama “ Cry Macho ” for Warner Bros., sources have confirmed to Variety. Al Ruddy and Jessica Meier are producing, along with Tim Moore and Eastwood at his Warner-based Malpaso production company.


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Clint Eastwood is to direct and star in 'Cry Macho'.

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Clint Eastwood is planning to produce, direct and star in the adventure-drama “ Cry Macho ” for Warner Bros., sources have confirmed to Variety. Al Ruddy and Jessica Meier are producing, along with Tim Moore and Eastwood at his Warner-based Malpaso production company. The project is based

Cry Macho will star Clint Eastwood as a "onetime rodeo star and washed-up horse breeder who, in 1978, takes a job from an ex-boss to bring This includes having roles in his Oscar-winning movies, Unforgiven and Million Dollar Baby. He also directed and starred in 2008's Gran Torino, which is the

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The iconic filmmaker is on board to helm the movie for Warner Bros. and is reportedly scouting for locations to film the project.

The flick is based on a novel of the same name by N. Richard Nash and insiders have suggested that the film could be ready for release by next winter.

Clint will play a former rodeo star and washed-up horse breeder who takes a job from an ex-boss to bring the man's young son home and away from his alcoholic mother.

As they cross rural Mexico, the unlikely pair face unexpected challenges, during which the horseman could find his own sense of redemption by teaching the boy what it takes to become a man.

The 90-year-old filmmaker has tended to stay behind the camera in recent years but is set to act in this latest project. He has shown in recent years that he is still capable of combining acting and directing in movies such as the 2018 thriller 'The Mule'.

Eastwood is producing the film with Tim Moore, Al Ruddy and Jessica Meier. Nash has written the script along with Nick Schenk.

Nash wrote the novel in 1975 and Clint was keen to make the project in the 1980s but put it aside for the 1988 film 'The Dead Pool', in which he portrayed the iconic character from 'Dirty Harry', Harry Callahan.

Arnold Schwarzenegger was previously attached to the movie in 2011 with Ruddy producing but the motion picture never materialised.

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