Clint Eastwood is now planning his next directorial effort, however it is possible that this will be his final film ever.
The legendary actor is rumored to be contemplating a retirement from directing following his upcoming film, a courtroom thriller named Juror #2.
Sources close to Eastwood have reportedly told Discussing Film that the actor’s next film may be the last of his long and famous career.
Eastwood’s 40th year in the industry coincides with the potential production of Juror 2.
The 92-year-old has an impressive filmography, including the Oscar-winning films Letters from Iwo Jima and Flags of our Fathers (2006), Million Dollar Baby (2004), American Sniper (2014), and Sully (2016), the last of which he directed and featured in.
According to sources, Juror #2 will center on a man who is called to decide a murder case but comes to suspect that his actions may have contributed to the victim’s demise.
In the course of the trial, the juror “must grapple with the dilemma of whether to manipulate the jury to save himself, or reveal the truth and turn himself in.”
According to Talking Pictures, Warner Bros. has been approached to produce Eastwood’s next film, Juror #2.
The picture has been “internally billed” as the Dirty Harry star’s final project, however some say there’s still a chance he’ll keep working in the industry.
Even though the actor-turned-director has a lot on his plate, he takes time off to relax and enjoy life.
Francesca Eastwood, his daughter, has recently commented on what a wonderful grandfather her father has been.
With the comment “Best dad. Best grandfather,”, she shared photos of the superstar with his grandson Titan.
People were quick to point out the resemblance between the two of them in the comments.
Lowell Tomas Murray, the son of Laurie Murray, Clint’s daughter, has been open about his upbringing by his paternal grandfather.
Speaking highly of Eastwood, he said,“All I would say is that he’s been a great father to my mom, and always great to me and my family whenever we see him.”
Not sure about you, but I hope Clint Eastwood has a long career in the film industry. He has a rare gift for his craft.
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