Clint Eastwood is ready for one last ride: Per DiscussingFilm, the legendary actor and director is getting “closer to” what is being described internally as the final film of his career.
According to the report, Eastwood will once again be working with Warner Bros. to direct its follow-up to 2021 Neo-Western macho cry, in which he also starred. The movie is said to be a thriller with the working title Jury #2 It centers around — you guessed it — a juror in a murder trial who “realizes that he may have caused the victim’s death and must deal with the dilemma of whether to manipulate the jury to save himself, or to reveal the truth and turn himself in.”
Although the film doesn’t yet have a start date, Eastwood appears to be “eyeing a young Hollywood star” to play a major role in a “big movie that’s coming out within the next few months.” Jury #2 It will be Eastwood’s 40th film as director. He was awarded Best Director twice at the 1992 Academy Awards the unforgiven and 2004 Million dollar babyboth of which also brought Eastwood a Best Picture win.
Check out our list of the 10 best Eastwood performances while you wait for more updates on the movie.