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 on: Today at 03:31:35 PM 
Started by AKA23 - Last post by Christopher
I don't remember him being in Horrible Bosses!

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 on: Today at 06:29:03 AM 
Started by AKA23 - Last post by AKA23
This is extremely upsetting. This is my most anticipated film of the year by far. It's also a decision, if true, that I just don't understand. They previously indicated that they likely don't see this as an Oscar movie, per Jordan's earlier article. This movie is done and has been for some time, as indicated by it having already received a PG-13 rating. So, why are they waiting so long to release this? I know they have other films to focus on, but Eastwood's films don't typically get a huge promotional push during this era of his career, so I don't see why that matters. What do you all think explains this decision? The only thing I can really think of is that Warners still doesn't plan to fund another of his films, and they want to do a promotional push around it being Eastwood's last film, which would take the focus off of other films they plan to release this year. But, I don't see Clint agreeing to that publicly, as he'd still like to continue working, and even if he isn't confident of that yet, he probably will want to leave his options open, which this type of announcement would preclude. The other option is, they actually do see this as an Oscar film, but there isn't space to give it the attention it deserves now given their other releases, so they're deferring release until next year, but I think that's unlikely.

I also think this makes it more likely that Eastwood won't do another film because I doubt he'd start a new film when this previous one has still not been released. While Honkytonk man has a creative suggestion for an explanation, I doubt there is a production clause that would cause them to delay release until Eastwood passes away. I don't see Eastwood agreeing to that. Again, what would be the motivation for that? This is a tough time for us Eastwood fans!

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 on: Today at 05:46:39 AM 
Started by AKA23 - Last post by Jed Cooper
The first time I remember seeing Donald Sutherland is in the 1978 movie Invasion Of The Body Snatchers.  He scared the hell out of me in the finale!  Since then I?ve seen him in numerous films over the years.  I liked a lot of the roles he played and movies he was in.  The ones pictured here are the one I enjoyed most.  I thought it was cool that he appeared with Clint Eastwood again in 2000?s Space Cowboys.  They had worked together once before 30 years prior in 1970?s Kelly?s Heroes.  I just remembered he had a small part in the hilarious comedy, Horrible Bosses.  God Bless you, Mr. Sutherland, May You Rest In Peace, Sir.


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 on: Today at 03:47:46 AM 
Started by AKA23 - Last post by honkytonkman
Perhaps this film was intended from the start to be his last film, with a production contract clause stipulating a posthumous release. A bit like Manoel de Oliveira did with ?Visita ou Mem?rias e Confiss?es? filmed in 1982, and released in 2016 just after his death, in accordance with the director's wishes. I hope that's not the plan, because I'm still impatient to see this film (and deep down, I hope that Clint will still continue to film, even if it's more and more improbable).

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 on: Yesterday at 04:48:34 PM 
Started by AKA23 - Last post by Hocine
Unfortunately, it seems that Juror #2 will not be released this year.
Perhaps, Warner Bros wants to be focused on his two blockbusters which are Beetlejuice 2 and Joker 2.

Since it is not an official news, I still hope that Juror 2 will come out this fall.

https://www.worldofreel.com/blog/2024/7/20/clint-eastwoods-juror-no-2-not-coming-out-in-2024

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 on: Yesterday at 04:40:05 PM 
Started by MC - Last post by Hocine
That is so sad. I hope that he will overcome this personal tragedy and get the support that he needs.

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 on: Yesterday at 11:02:34 AM 
Started by Brendan - Last post by Christopher
Bob Newhart has died at the age of 94. He is one of my favorites. The Bob Newhart Show is one of my favorite sitcoms of all time, and I also really, really like Newhart, his 1980s sitcom.

https://www.nbcnews.com/pop-culture/pop-culture-news/bob-newhart-everyman-comic-elevated-sitcom-art-form-dies-94-rcna41588

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 on: Yesterday at 10:55:40 AM 
Started by MC - Last post by Christopher
That's so sad. I do wish Clint and her family the best as they deal with this. I hadn't heard anything about him dating someone for the last ten years, but like that article said, they were quiet about their relationship.

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 on: July 19, 2024, 01:08:41 PM 
Started by MC - Last post by AKA23
 This is incredibly shocking. Christina Sandera, Clint Eastwood's long-time girlfriend, has died, at 61. I'm quite confident part of the motivation of having a companion decades younger is that you don't want that person to die on you. It is very sad, and it's also somewhat surprising they are not announcing a cause of death. I wish the best for Clint and hope he gets the support that he needs during this challenging time. 

 https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/movies/movie-news/christina-sandera-dead-clint-eastwood-1235953065/

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 on: July 15, 2024, 08:16:58 AM 
Started by The Schofield Kid - Last post by malpaso_PL
One of the recent documentaries will be streamed soon on Cult Cinema Classics - Premiere: July 19 at 2:00 AM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CE1CVXcrwY

I haven't seen it yet but the rating from IMDB is promising
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt15876060/

There wasn't a good documentary in years IMHO so I hope to be positively surprised :-)

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