Clint Eastwood, 93, All Smiles As He’S Pictured For First Time In Years While Filming New Movie

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The 93-year-old star of The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly hasn’t been seen in public for around two years. He’s returning to the limelight to helm his next film, Juror No. 2.

The celebrated actor and director led a cast that included Nicholas Hoult and Toni Collette in rare behind-the-scenes photos taken in Georgia. Dressed for the event in a gray buffer jacket and pants, he was staring into a screen with complete concentration. The legendary actor from Hollywood guided Tony and Nicholas through the filming while wearing his headphones firmly in place.

The Renfield star looked suave on set, rocking a light T-shirt with a navy blazer, coupled with tan trousers. While Toni appeared to be in serious mode in a moss-colored dress, with a matching blazer of her own. Juror No. 2 also stars Zoey Deutch, Kiefer Sutherland and Chris Messina, and is expected to be Clint’s last big screen offering, but we wouldn’t be surprised if he has another project or two up his sleeve.

According to reports, the film focuses on juror Justin Kemp during a murder trial, when he realizes that his reckless driving is actually to blame for the victim losing their life.

Will he be able to save the defendant from justice while also incriminating himself? We’ll have to wait and find out…With the cameras currently capturing the action in Georgia, a release date for the final product has yet to be announced. Clint has been involved in a string of hits over his sensational career, including Escape from Alcatraz, Sudden Impact, Dirty Harry and In The Line of Fire.

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In addition, his resume lists numerous more productions that he has produced and directed, including Changeling, Gran Torino, Letters from Iwo Jima, Million Dollar Baby, and True Crime.

The celebrity, though, alarmed a lot of people when he seemed to step back from the limelight and hadn’t been spotted in public for almost two years.

“A lot of people in Hollywood are worried about Clint because he hasn’t been around as much lately, but he has always enjoyed great health and been vital and active despite his advancing age,” an insider reportedly told Radar of the concerns.

‘It’s hard to imagine him in anything other than fine form but Father Time catches up to all of us. ‘People do worry about his health. He’s the director, but he’s also involved in every other aspect like the casting and he’ll likely compose the score as he’s done on his other films.’

The source also addressed suggestions that Clint was planning to retire from Hollywood for good, adding: ‘He wants to do this movie as a swan song and go out in a blazing sunset.’

 

 

 

 

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