Clint Eastwood Smiles Away While On Sets At The Age Of 93, Leaves Internet Stunned

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Clint Eastwood’s 40th feature film as a director is Juror No. 2. Kiefer Sutherland, Toni Collette, Nicholas Hoult, and other actors star in the upcoming movie.

Even if he is no longer the gun-slinging, moody cowboy, Clint Eastwood is still a huge source of inspiration for all of us. A few stills from the sets of his new film, Juror No. 2, which is now filming in the US state of Georgia, were recently discovered featuring the Dirty Harry actor. Before the complete social media community realized that the man grinning away while working was, in fact, ninety-three years old, almost everything in those stills appeared to be status quo!

“I have so much respect for you on so many different levels. God bless,” wrote one user in the comments section while another inquired about his secret to functioning as though he is in his prime at the age of 93. “I wish I have energy like you Clint.Amazing pal!” wrote another user to echo the sentiments of several others who wished to see the legend’s movie on the big screen. Indeed, Clint Eastwood

E astwood, at 93, is currently directing the 40th feature of his 52-year-long career as a filmmaker and should he continue at this rate, he surely has a couple more up his sleeve. Juror No. 2, starring Nicholas Hoult, Toni Collette, Gabriel Basso, Zoey Deutch, Chris Messina, Leslie Bibb and Kiefer Sutherland, is said to be about a murder trial jury member (Hoult) who “finds himself struggling with a serious moral dilemma”. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the film then deals with how the juror is in a position to sway the verdict and potentially convict the wrong killer.

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Chris Messina will play the defending attorney with Toni Collette portraying the prosecutor in the film.

With his extensive career, which features multiple films in which he both directs and plays the lead role, Clint Eastwood has left a lasting legacy. After making his uncredited acting debut in 1955, Eastwood went on to effectively balance his directorial and acting careers, directing his first psychological thriller, Play Misty For Me, in 1971.

The ‘Dirty Harry’ series film Sudden Impact (1983), the 1993 Western Unforgiven, the romantic drama The Bridges of Madison County (1992), the Boston neo-noir Mystic River (2003), the war-drama American Sniper (2014), and a number of other films are among his most cherished director credits.

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