Clint Eastwood Completes Alleged Final Film 'Juror No. 2'

The legendary actor/filmmaker has wrapped post-production on his rumored retirement project, a riveting courtroom drama featuring an ensemble cast led by Nicholas Hoult.

AceShowbiz - Clint Eastwood has just finished directing "Juror No. 2", a film believed to be the last movie of his illustrious career. The 93-year-old helmed the project, which stars Nicholas Hoult as a man on a jury who grapples with a chilling realization.

The movie follows Hoult's character as he comes to believe he may have been responsible for the car accident that killed the defendant on trial for homicide. Eastwood assembled a strong cast that includes Toni Collette, Zoey Deutch, Kiefer Sutherland, J.K. Simmons, Leslie Bibb and Chris Messina.

The completion of "Juror No. 2" comes after a tumultuous road. The production was halted for months due to the Hollywood strikes last year. Additionally, multiple studios reportedly turned down the project before Eastwood secured a home at Warner Bros.

Sources close to the studio have expressed excitement over the footage they have seen, praising Eastwood's work. "Taxi Driver" writer Paul Schrader has remarked that Eastwood is the "great-grandfather of the geriatric generation" while acknowledging that the Portuguese director Manoel de Oliveira worked until he was 104.

News of "Juror No. 2" first emerged in March 2023, with rumors that Eastwood intended to retire after the project. Despite his frail appearance in recent public outings, the filmmaker remains full of joie de vivre.

Eastwood's career spans 65 years, with memorable roles in "Rawhide", the "Dollars Trilogy" and "Dirty Harry". He made his directorial debut with "Play Misty for Me" in 1971. Despite his numerous accolades and esteemed status, Eastwood's passion for filmmaking continues to drive him.

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