It’s heartbreaking that Clint Eastwood, 92, seems to be working on his last film

Clint Eastwood is currently hard at work on his upcoming project as a director, but it might be the last one in which we see him.

Rumor has it that the venerable Hollywood actor will retire from acting after his upcoming movie, Juror #2, a thriller set in a courtroom.


Discussing Film reports that insiders with knowledge of the actor’s plans have revealed that his upcoming project may be the last of a long and fruitful career.

If Juror #2 is made, Eastwood will have directed 40 movies. In addition to Letters from Iwo Jima and Flags of Our Fathers (2006), Million Dollar Baby (2004), American Sniper (2014), and Sully (2016), the 92-year-old director and actor most recently worked on the 2021 film Cry Macho, which he also starred in.

Sources claim that Juror #2 will concentrate on a man who was called to a murder trial only to learn that he might be responsible for the victim’s demise.

The juror “must wrestle with the choice of whether to reveal the truth and turn himself in or to manipulate the jury in order to save himself,” as the trial goes on.

Warner Bros. is working on Juror #2, according to Discussing Film. Throughout most of his illustrious career, Eastwood has collaborated with the studio.

The movie has reportedly been “internally billed” as the Dirty Harry actor’s farewell motion film, although other rumors indicate that he might come back.

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