Clint Eastwood has decided to stop working. The legendary actor and director have set Warner Bros. to make his last movie.
After more than 60 years in the business, Eastwood has made almost 50 movies during his legendary career. Since Gran Torino came out in 2008, Eastwood has “strictly” stayed at Warner Bros. and made 10 more movies for the studio, according to DiscussingFilm. Some of these movies are Invictus, American Sniper, Sully, Richard Jewell, and Sully. His most recent movie, Cry Macho, came out on HBO Max and will be shown in theatres by Warner Bros. in 2021.
Reports also say that Eastwood’s last movie will be called Juror 2, but nothing has been confirmed as of yet. People say that the movie is a thriller because it’s about a juror in a murder trial who finds out that he may have killed the victim. As he tries to figure out what to do, the juror must decide whether to try to trick the other jurors into saving him or to tell the truth and turn himself in. The project is being talked about as Eastwood’s last film, and he will be in charge of it. Eastwood is getting close to 93 years old. He has won four Oscars, and people close to him have told DiscussingFilm that he wants to stop acting after making this movie.
The film doesn’t have a start date yet, but it would be Eastwood’s 40th feature film directed.