Clint Eastwood is currently busy planning his next film as a director, and it might be the last time we see him in such a role.
According to reports, the legendary Hollywood star is contemplating retirement from the director’s chair after his upcoming movie, which appears to be a courtroom thriller titled ” Discussing Film claims that sources close to the actor have hinted at Eastwood’s future plans, suggesting that his next project could potentially mark the end of his illustrious career.
If “Juror #2” gets made, it will be Eastwood’s 40th directorial venture. The 92-year-old filmmaker recently directed and starred in “Cry Macho” (2021), adding to his extensive list of award-winning films, including “Letters from Iwo Jima” and “Flags of Our Fathers” (2006), “Million Dollar Baby” (2004), “American Sniper” (2014), and “Sully” (2016).
Reports indicate that “Juror #2” will center around a man summoned to serve on a murder case jury, only to realize that he may have played a role in the victim’s death. As the trial unfolds, the juror must grapple with the dilemma of manipulating the jury to save himself or revealing the truth and facing the consequences.
Discussing Film states that “Juror #2” is in development with Warner Bros., a studio Eastwood has been associated with for the majority of his illustrious career. The film is reportedly being internally considered as Eastwood’s final project, although there are some rumors suggesting a slim chance that he might continue.
Despite being a busy actor-director, Eastwood also makes a point to enjoy life, significantly limiting his work commitments. His daughter, Francesca Eastwood, recently praised him as an amazing grandfather, sharing pictures of the megastar with his grandson Titan.
Clint’s daughter, Laurie Murray, has a son named Lowell Tomas Murray, who has spoken openly about his relationship with his grandfather, describing Eastwood as a great person. Fans of Clint Eastwood may be torn about the prospect of his potential retirement from filmmaking, as he has become a special talent in the industry.
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