Category: Scott Eastwood

Happy Birthday Scott!

Happy Birthday Scott!

On behalf of myself, Scott Eastwood Fan visitors, and the rest of Scott’s fans, I would like to wish him a very happy 37th birthday! We all are wishing you a great year full of happiness, joy, love, luck, success, health and peace. And most importantly, thanks for being such an amazing person and inspiration to all of us.

If you’d like to wish Scott a special happy birthday wish, leave him comments on his Instagram or mention him on Twitter!

‘Wind River: The Next Chapter’ Adds Jason Clarke, Scott Eastwood & Chaske Spence

‘Wind River: The Next Chapter’ Adds Jason Clarke, Scott Eastwood & Chaske Spence

DEADLINE – Jason Clarke (Winning Time), Scott Eastwood (The Outpost) and Chaske Spencer (The English) have signed on to star alongside Martin Sensmeier in Wind River: The Next Chapter — Castle Rock Entertainment’s sequel to the acclaimed 2017 crime drama Wind River, which is currently in production in Calgary.

The original film written and directed by Oscar-nominated Yellowstone Universe architect Taylor Sheridan watched as the veteran hunter Corey Lambert (Jeremy Renner) helped rookie FBI agent Jane Banner (Elizabeth Olsen) to investigate the murder of a young woman on the Wyoming Native American reservation of Wind River.

In Wind River: The Next Chapter, terror has escalated on the reservation as a series of ritualistic murders remain unsolved. The FBI therefore enlists the aid of Chip Hanson, a newly minted tracker for the U.S. Fish & Game, who on the heels of his appearance in Wind River, becomes embroiled in a desperate and dangerous fight between the authorities, a vigilante and the Reservation he calls home.

Details as to the roles to be played by the trio of new cast members haven’t been disclosed.

But Kari Skogland (The Falcon and the Winter Soldier) will direct from a script by Patrick Massett & John Zinman (Lara Croft: Tomb Raider, Gold). Producers include Matthew George for Castle Rock and Acacia Filmed Entertainment, as well as Basil Iwanyk and Erica Lee for Thunder Road Pictures. Castle Rock’s Rob Reiner, Michele Reiner, Derrick Rossi, Jonathan Fuhrman, Courtney Shepard, Hernan Narea, and Nomadic Pictures’ Chad Oakes and Michael Frislevare are serving as EPs.

The project is part of an upcoming slate from Castle Rock that also includes a This Is Spinal Tap sequel and a Fawlty Towers revival to star John Cleese and his daughter Camilla Cleese, as previously announced.

Clarke currently stars as Jerry West in HBO’s acclaimed series Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty from EP Adam McKay, which has been renewed for a second season. He also recently starred opposite Helen Mirren in the Emmy-nominated limited series Catherine the Great from HBO and Sky Atlantic and will next be seen in Christopher Nolan’s Uni film Oppenheimer, set for release on July 21. Other notable credits for the actor include First Man, Zero Dark Thirty, Everest, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Mudbound and Chappaquiddick, to name a few.

Eastwood most recently starred alongside Charlie Day, Jenny Slate and Gina Rodriguez in Amazon’s rom-com I Want You Back, and in Screen Media’s The Outpost, which had him portraying decorated war hero Clint Romesha, opposite Caleb Landry Jones and Orlando Bloom. The actor will next be seen in Uni’s Fast X, which opens May 19th, as well as the L.A. riots drama April 29, 1992 from filmmaker Ariel Vromen.

Spencer most recently starred opposite Emily Blunt in Prime Video’s acclaimed Western miniseries The English, prior to that starring alongside Michael Greyeyes, Jesse Eisenberg and Kate Bosworth in the Gotham and Independent Spirit Award-nominated crime drama, Wild Indian. The actor has also previously been seen on series like Jessica Jones and Sneaky Pete, and will next appear in the Disney+ Marvel series, Echo.

Clarke is represented by CAA, Robert Stein Management, and Goodman, Genow, Schenkman. Eastwood is repped by UTA, LBI Entertainment, and Goodman, Genow. Spencer is with CESD, ATA Management, and Peikoff Mahan.

Scott Eastwood – Like Father, Like Son

Scott Eastwood – Like Father, Like Son

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NOBLEMAN – It’s another perfect sunny morning in Southern California as I snake my way down the Pacific Coast Highway for a meeting with movie star Scott Eastwood. (Since he’s the son of film legend Clint Eastwood, here’s an obligatory reference to Hollywood royalty.) The meeting spot is the spectacular Waldorf Astoria Monarch Beach Resort & Club. The resort has become an icon in the renowned coastal community of Dana Point, California.

No topic for the upcoming discussion has been placed off-limits. The horizon is clear and open, and I’m interested in getting to know more about this intriguing figure. What was it like growing up with a mega-famous father? Were huge expectations placed upon him? How did Scott transform himself from bartender to successful model to international movie star?

I’m excited as I approach the private beach club. This is a jewel of a location, nestled right against the Pacific Ocean. For centuries, even millennia, humans have had a love affair with the beach—a place that can be both life-giving and life-changing, where rich sensory experiences are as ancient as the Earth itself, yet fresh and enticing. The photography for the cover shoot takes place mostly on the sand, but we sit down for our chat at an indoor-outdoor bar area, where we experience the ocean breeze in laid-back luxury.

Meanwhile, a delightful whirlwind of activity unfolds. Talented folks do jobs from handling photography equipment to laying out catering—all the important behind-the-scenes activity that goes into creating content. Even though people are busy, the mood is breezy and light, just like the ambiance. Everyone seems excited and grateful just to be working again!

So here we are, sitting at a nice large table that overlooks the beach. The early morning air is cool, but not as cool as the charismatic, handsome, and successful thirty-five-year-old man sitting across the table from me.

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