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17 September 2013 | 11:14 pm Just look at this picture of a shirtless Clint Eastwood (top left) in 1956 and it's clear where his son Scott gets his good looks. In a new photo shoot for Town and Country, Scott channels retro Hollywood, and the family

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17 September 2013 | 10:05 pm Scott Eastwood reveals to Town & Country in their October 2013 issue that he wants to follow in his father's footsteps. With several movies on the way including.

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17 September 2013 | 9:06 pm Clint Eastwood's son, Scott Eastwood, makes his grand Hollywood debut in Town & Country's October issue – and boy, what an entrance. His photo shoot already has.


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8 Responses to Scott Eastwood

  • Ian says:

    I Don’t Seem To See Scott Eastwood In Chasing Mavericks? He is in the list of cast on the wikipedia page of the Chasing Mavericks film, but i don’t seem see him on the actual film. Who is Gordy on the film? Which is the character he portrays.

  • Mikaela says:

    Please List Classic Films Of All Sorts Of Genres? I love the shining, child’s play and taxi driver. Please list films with similar plots of each film. Also, feel free to name your own favorite films. Sorry for horrible english. It absolutly doesn’t matter if the films are from the 60’s, 70’s or 80’s

    • Curator says:

      Here is a wide selection of classic films from various genres:
      The Godfather – (1972, Francis Ford Coppola) (Marlon Brando, Al Pacino)
      Citizen Kane – (1941, Orson Welles) (Orson Welles, Joseph Cotton)
      Casablanca – (1942, Michael Curtiz) (Humphrey Bogart, Ingrid Bergman)
      Gone With the Wind – (1939, Victor Fleming) (Vivien Leigh, Clark Gable)
      Seven Samurai – (1959, Akira Kurosawa) (Takashi Shimura, Yoshio Inaba, Toshiro Mifune)
      Wizard of Oz – (1939, Victor Fleming) (Judy Garland, Ray Bolger)
      On the Waterfront – (1954, Elia Kazan) (Marlon Brando, Carl Malden, Rod Steiger)
      The Bridge on the River Kwai – (1957, David Lean) (Alec Guinness, William Holden)
      The Godfather Part II – (1974, Francis Ford Coppola) (Al Pacino, Robert DeNiro)
      Lawrence of Arabia – (1962, David Lean) (Peter O’Toole, Anthony Quinn)
      It’s A Wonderful Life – (1946, Frank Capra) (James Stewart, Donna Reed)
      Schindler’s List – (1993, Steven Spielberg) (Liam Neeson, Ralph Fiennes, Ben Kingsley)
      To Kill A Mockingbird – (1962, Robert Mulligan) (Gregory Peck, Mary Badham)
      Raging Bull – (1980, Martin Scorsese) (Robert DeNiro, Joe Pesci)
      Star Wars – (1977, George Lucas) (Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, Alec Guinness)
      Psycho – (1960, Alfred Hitchcock) (Anthony Perkins, Janet Leigh)
      Sunset Boulevard – (1950, Billy Wilder) (Gloria Swanson, William Holden)
      Wild Strawberries – (1957, Ingmar Bergman) (Ingrid Thulin, Bibi Andersson)
      Singin’ in the Rain – (1952, Stanley Donen) (Gene Kelly, Debbie Reynolds)
      Diabolique – (1954, Henri-Georges Clouzot) (Simone Signoret, Vera Clouzot)
      Dr. Strangelove – (1964, Stanley Kubrick) (Peter Sellers, George C. Scott)
      Mr. Smith Goes to Washington – (1939, Frank Capra) (James Stewart, Claude Rains)
      Apocalypse Now – (1979, Francis Ford Coppola) (Martin Sheen, Robert Duvall)
      Once Upon a Time in the West – (1968, Sergio Leone) (Henry Fonda, Charles Bronson)
      The Good, the Bad and the Ugly – (1966, Sergio Leone) (Clint Eastwood, Lee Van Cleef)
      Vertigo – (1958, Alfred Hitchcock) (James Stewart, Kim Novak)
      Fantasia – (1940, Walt Disney) (Philadelpia Symphony Orchestra, Walt Disney)
      One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest – (1975, Milos Forman) (Jack Nicholson, Louise Fletcher)
      Some Like it Hot – (1959, Billy Wilder) (Jack Lemmon, Tony Curtis, Marilyn Monroe)
      2001: A Space Odyssey – (1968, Stanley Kubrick) (Keir Dullea, Douglas Rain)

  • Faurix says:

    Hi Could Anyone Help Me With These Trivia Film Question? 1) When the original male star of this 1955 action movie was sacked the producer of the film reluctantly had to take the lead role. Name the movie and the producer/actor?

    2) Two movie titles and the novels from which they were adapted are taken from titles of two paintings by which famous Dutch artist? And name both movies?

    3.) In this film we are repeatedly taken back to replay an eight minute time lapse again and again and again. Confusing? You bet. Name the movie?

    4.) In this movie the lead male role slaps a soldier and accuses him of cowardice. But it won him an Academy Award. Name the actor & movie?

    5.) In what recent movie is the lead character, particularly the voice, based on Clint Eastwood’s character Dirty Harry Callahan?

    6.) In which movie does Clark Gable perform a song and dance act with a troupe of six girls?

    7.) What do Yvonne de Carlo; Doris Day; Jane Russell; Jean Arthur & Ellen Barkin have in common?

    8.) In what movie does a small town audience watch Red River


    • Curator says:

      Off the top of my head:

      4. George C. Scott – “Patton” – Easy one.

      7. They all played Calamity Jane. – This one took a while. I was thinking Billy the Kid. Then it hit me, Wild Bill Hickok. If the list had included Anjelica Huston I would have gotten it right away. I just watched “Buffalo Girls” a couple of weeks ago.

      8. “The Last Picture Show” – “Red River” is one of my favorite films.

      Had to use Google for this one. I remembered the scene, the straw hat and cane, he’s no Fred Astaire. Just could not remember the movie.

      6. “Idiot’s Delight” – The same year he did “Gone with the Wind”.

    • Curator says:

      A few directors that I don’t have in my top 5 have made a few INCREDIBLE movies, however, I’m not going to just go with who has made the one or two best films, I’m also going to rate on who I think are the best and most consistent. My honorable mention (my numbers 6-10 in no particular order) would include Welles, Coen Brothers, Tarantino, Eastwood and Ridley Scott.

      Now for my top 5

      #5 – Francis Ford Coppola – Definitely paved the way for many directors to come as he was part of the first generation of film school directors.

      #4 – Stanley Kubrick – Although his films aren’t the most entertaining, they are some of the most creative and original.

      #3 – Steven Spielberg – He’s responsible for some of the most entertaining films of all-time. (E.T., Jaws, Raiders of the Lost Ark and Jurassic Park.

      #2 – Martin Scorcese – I love the way he gets us into the minds of his characters and his ability to capture the mindset of alienated men who are “on the edge” (raging bull, taxi driver and the departed).

      #1 – Alfred Hitchcock – Classic after classic. Master of suspense. No one will ever come close. VERTIGO, PSYCHO, THE BIRDS, REAR WINDOW, ROPE, NORTH BY NORTHWEST… the list goes on and on.

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