Clint Eastwood Reveals Final Chapter of His Iconic Career, And We Have the Plot Details — Report
Is this how legendary Hollywood icon Clint Eastwood will actually, finally walk off into the sunset?
According to a report from entertainment site DiscussingFilm, Eastwood’s plans for directing his 40th and, supposedly, final film of his illustrious career have been revealed and paint a fascinating backdrop for what could be a momentous swan song.
The 92-year-old actor and director has had the kind of career most actors would do unspeakable things for, ranging from iconic classics, such as “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” and “Dirty Harry,” all the way to more contemporary hits like “Million-Dollar Baby” and “Gran Torino.”
Those four films obviously represent just a fraction of the work Eastwood has done throughout his career, which began in the 1950s (Eastwood’s first credited role, per IMDB, was “Jonesy” from the 1955 film “Francis in the Navy …