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The Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood, 93, has reportedly wrapped filming on what will allegedly be his final movie, Juror No. 2.

Eastwood’s Final Movie

Remind Magazine reported that Eastwood is directing the movie for Warner Bros. The film reportedly follows “Family man Justin Kemp who, while serving as a juror in a high profile murder trial, finds himself struggling with a serious moral dilemma…one he could use to sway the jury verdict and potentially convict, or free the wrong killer,” according to IMDb

Kemp reportedly then realizes that he is the one who killed the victim of reckless driving. He must then try to save the defendant without exposing the fact that he was the one at fault.

Kemp will be played by Nicholas Hoult, while the role of the prosecutor will be played by the former Sixth Sense actress Toni Collette. Other stars appearing in the movie include Leslie Bibb, Kiefer Sutherland, Gabriel Basso, Zoey Deutch, and Chris Messina.

“You think you’re going to get some tough guy and he is completely gentle and calm and fun and cracking jokes, and a lot of the crew members — [for example], the craft services woman has been with him for 22 years,” Messina told People Magazine of Eastwood back in December.

“He was awesome. I really loved him,” he continued. “93 years old and completely with it, great notes, up on his feet behind the camera — just a badass. It was super inspiring.”

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Eastwood Is An Acclaimed Director

Eastwood has starred in over 50 films throughout his decades-long career, and he’s directed more than 40. Other movies he’s directed include UnforgivenMillion Dollar BabyAmerican SniperGran Torino, and The Mule

Production of Juror No. 2 was interrupted by last year’s writers and actors strikes. It was reported in 2023 that this will be Eastwood’s final film, though he had previously said that he would never retire.

“What the hell am I still working for in my 90s?” he told The L.A. Times in 2021. “Are people going to start throwing tomatoes at you? I’ve gotten to the point where I wondered if that was enough, but not to the point where I decided it was. If you roll out a few turkeys, they’ll tell you soon enough.”

In 2018, Eastwood told The Hollywood Reporter that he was still making movies because he was having fun. 

“You never know when you’re going to give up,” he said. “But I’m enjoying it.”

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Eastwood’s History

Eastwood was born in San Francisco, California on May 31, 1930. After graduating from high school in 1949, Eastwood worked various odd jobs such as a hay baler, logger, truck driver and steel-furnace stoker. 

Eastwood was drafted into the U.S. Army in 1950, and after being discharged in 1953, he headed to Los Angeles where he landed a screen test for Universal.

The rest, as they say, is history. Eastwood has won four Oscars, five Golden Globes and three Directors Guild Of America Awards.

Eastwood is a true legend, and there will never be another one like him. We can’t wait to see his final film when it premieres next year!

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