Clint Eastwood’s long career is coming to an end with this film

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One of the biggest action stars of all time is Clint Eastwood.

Clint Eastwood is now 94 and has been a fixture on the big screen since the mid-1950s, but his storied career is coming to a close. 

And your last chance to see Clint Eastwood on the big screen will be coming soon to a theater near you. 

“Ever notice how you come across somebody once in a while you shouldn’t have f***ed with? That’s me” — Gran Torino

Clint Eastwood is one of the few bona fide movie stars who has displayed the courage and conviction to go against the grain demanded by woke Hollywood elites.  

Who can forget when he stood on the stage of the 2012 GOP convention in primetime and literally called then-President Barack Obama an empty chair?  

Eastwood defeated an incumbent in a landslide in 1986 to serve a single two-year term as mayor of Carmel-by-the -Sea, California – where he protected the interests of small businesses.  

He has said he was a strong supporter of President Dwight Eisenhower, and has endorsed Republican Presidential nominees since 2008. 

In a 2016 interview with Esquire, Dirty Harry called the current generation the “p***y generation.” 

And the following year, he went to the radical Cannes Film Festival in France of all places and decried political correctness. 

And his more recent films like Gran Torino, American Sniper, and Cry Macho spoke to conservative audiences. 

But now Eastwood is working on what he’s calling his final film – and the movie just passed an important milestone. 

“A good man always knows his limitations” — Magnum Force

Eastwood is currently producing and directing Juror No. 2 for Warner Brothers. 

It is being reported that at the age of 94, this will be the Unforgiven star’s final film. 

The Mix is reporting the movie has now wrapped filming. 

According to IMDB, the movie is a courtroom thriller following one of the jurors, “family man” Justin Kemp. 

“While serving as a juror in a high-profile murder trial, (Kemp) 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.”

Making Kemp’s moral struggle more complicated is the fact that it maybe he who should be the one standing trial. 

The role of juror Kemp will be played by Nicholas Hoult. 

Hoult has been in high demand in Hollywood as of late. 

He’s currently in theaters right now as the voice of Jon Arbuckle in Chris Pratt’s The Garfield Movie

Last year Hoult starred in Renfield and performed in one of the lead roles in The Menu in 2022.  

“If you want a guarantee, buy a toaster” – The Rookie

Along with Hoult, Juror No. 2 features, Toni Collette, Kiefer Sutherland, Leslie Bibb, J.K. Simmons, Zoey Deutch, Gabriel Basso, and Chris Messina.

During filming, Messina – of The Mindy Project fame — told People Magazine that working with Eastwood was nothing like what he expected.  

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

Production for Juror No. 2 began last June, with shooting taking place in Savannah, Georgia, and Los Angeles, but was stalled by the SAG-AFTRA strike.

Eastwood has previously announced that he expects the movie to hit theaters sometime before the end of November of this year.