Clint Eastwood is starring in and directing Cry Macho, which has been filming over the past few weeks – more details on the project here.
As he heads towards his 91st birthday in the first half of 2021, Clint Eastwood is soon to wrap filming on his latest movie as director. The project is a story called Cry Macho, in which he’s starring as well as directing. It tells the tale of a one-time rodeo star who’s in need of a job. He thus takes a gig that involves bring a young boy home on behalf of his father, away from his alcoholic mother.
The journey between old man and young will, we’d suggest, come with life lessons.
The script has been penned for this one by N Richard Nash and Nick Schenk, based on Nash’s novel. And alongside Eastwood in the cast are Natalia Traven, Dwight Yoakam, Horacio Garcia Rojas and Fernanda Urrejola.
Warner Bros has backed the film, as it has done with the vast majority of Eastwood’s work. It’s likely it’ll be ready for release in 2021, and that suggests it may be shared with the HBO Max platform as well as cinemas. We’re assuming someone’s told Clint.
More as we hear it.
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