Clint Eastwood’s ‘Cry Macho’ Official Trailer Released
The Oscar-winning legendary director and actor Clint Eastwood is back with a new film, Cry Macho. The 91-year-old actor/director has directed and also appears as the lead in the film.
NOT AN EASY PRODUCTION
With the latest production, the famed director treads down a path where many men have tried but failed before. The neo-Western movie is based on a book by N. Richard Nash from 1975, and since its inception, several Hollywood leading figures have tried to take on the role of a washed-up horse breeder on the road to redemption, and some have failed miserably.
Actors like Arnold Schwarzenegger, Roy Scheider, and Burt Lancaster all have tried to take on the role that is portrayed in Eastwood’s latest flick, with some being memorable and some plain bland.
91 AND STILL GOING
At the astounding age of 91, the director remains active not just behind the camera but also in front of it. In the drama written for the big screen by author Nash, with contributions from co-writer Nick Schenk, who also acted in Eastwood’s films “Gran Turino” and “The Mule”), Eastwood himself plays the lead of a decorated onetime rodeo star who, after losing his family, slowly spirals into alcohol addiction and despair.
According to the screenplay, the plot is set in the late 1970s, and the onetime rodeo star is forced to take a job from a former boss to bring the man’s young son home and away from his own alcoholic parents. A treacherous journey from Mexico back to Texas, the movie pans out evenly from start to finish.
“It’s about a man who has been through some hard times in his life, and then unexpectedly another challenge is brought to the foreground,” Eastwood told the Entertainment Weekly during an interview. “He would normally never do it, but he is a man of his word. He follows through. And it starts his life over again.”
The trailer for the movie that was recently released by Warner Bros. shows how the fabled director-producer stars in the film as Mike Milo, a one-hit-wonder rodeo star and a washed-up horse breeder who, in 1979, is forced to take a job from his ex-boss to bring the man’s young son home from Mexico
Forced to take the backroads on their way to Texas, the pair faces an unexpectedly challenging journey, during which the rodeo star reassesses his life and finds unexpected connections to it, making him think about his own sense of redemption.
BACK AFTER MORE THAN 2 YEARS
This is Eastwood’s first film as a director since he last directed “Richard Jewell” in 2019, in which he didn’t appear on camera. It is a little-known fact that Eastwood was attached to star in “Cry Macho” as early as 1988, but he instead opted to go for his role as Dirty Harry in “The Dead Pool.”
CAST OF THE MOVIE
The newest Eastwood production starts Eduardo Minett as the young boy who the rodeo retrieves as per his assignment, Dwight Yoakam as the boss who gives him the assignment, and Fernanda Urrejola alongside the fabled director who plays the lead.
The cast also includes Natalia Traven, known for Collateral Damage, and Horacio Garcia-Rojas from Netflix crime drama NARCOS as Aurelio.
A RETURN ON SCREEN
The film is Eastwood’s first on-camera work since his last role in the movie “The Mule,” in which he appears as a war veteran who now acts as a drug mule for a cartel.
The 91-year-old’s glorifying career dates to the 1960s and has made him an icon of masculinity and dominance. With roles like Dirty Harry and Gran Torino, Clint Eastwood has made a name for himself not only as a director but as an actor as well.
East Clintwood’s amazing career has now spanned over six decades, during which he has won a number of accolades and awards. He won the Best Picture and Best Director awards for his movie Unforgiven in 1992 and his sports drama Million Dollar Baby in 2004.
Directing movies like J. Edgar starring Leonardo DiCaprio and American Sniper with Bradley Cooper, the fabled director, and his creations have been nominated for the Oscars more than 40 times of which, he has won 13.
His latest work, Cry Macho, is being produced by Clint Eastwood himself, Tim Moore, Albert S. Ruddy, and Jessica Meier. David M. Bernstein is serving as the executive producer for the gig.
The movie is set to premiere in the theaters on September 17 and simultaneously on HBO Max as pay-per-view, where it is set to air for 31 days from the day of the premier.
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