Warner Bros. will open Cry Macho from Clint Eastwood on Oct. 22. The multi-Oscar winner will star and direct the feature based on N. Richard Nash’s novel. The pic will hit theaters and HBO Max day-and-date as that’s Warner Bros.’ plan for its 2021 slate. Eastwood stars as a one-time rodeo star and washed up horse breeder
Suddenly, 2020 is a year of imponderables. Will there be a Cannes Film Festival? Given the coronavirus-induced cancellation of SXSW, MipTV, and the AFI Life Achievement Gala, who knows? Is Marvel’s Black Widow the big spring-summer hit, now that No Time To Die is bumped to November? Maybe, if an April/May release still looks wise
It’s official: Warner Bros. is opening Clint Eastwood’s next movie Richard Jewell on Dec. 13. Paul Walter Hauser stars as Jewell, the security guard whose life was turned upside down after law enforcement leaked to a reporter that he was a possible suspect in the the 1996 Atlanta Olympics’ Olympic Park bombing. Sam Rockwell plays Jewell’s lawyer.