Right now, Clint Eastwood is working on his next movie as a director. This could be the last time we see him in this part.

There are rumours that the famous Hollywood star might retire as a director after his next film, which looks like it will be a courtroom thriller called “Discussing Film” says that sources close to the actor have hinted at his future plans, suggesting that his next project could be the end of his long and successful career.

Eastwood will have directed 40 films if “Juror #2” gets made. His long list of award-winning films includes “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 star recently directed and acted in “Cry Macho” (2021).

Supposedly, “Juror #2” will be about a man who is called to serve on a murder jury and then learns that he may have had something to do with the victim’s death. The juror has to decide whether to lie to the other jurors to get away with something or tell the truth and deal with the results.

Regarding Film, “Juror #2” is being made with Warner Bros., which is a company Eastwood has worked with for most of his impressive career. Reports say that Eastwood is thinking about this movie as his last project, but there are also rumours that he might keep working on it.

Even though Eastwood is a busy actor and director, he makes time to enjoy life, which means he doesn’t take on too many work obligations. Recently, his daughter Francesca Eastwood shared pictures of him with his grandson Titan and said that he was a great grandpa.

Lowell Tomas Murray is the son of Clint’s daughter Laurie Murray. Lowell has talked openly about his bond with his grandfather and said that Eastwood was a great person. Clint Eastwood has become a unique talent in the movie business, so fans may be torn about the idea that he might quit.

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