Over seven decades, Clint Eastwood has had an amazing career. People know him as a man who doesn’t say much and pretty much keeps to himself. But his friends are worried about him because he hasn’t been seen in public for a long time lately.
Reports say that the star might be thinking about leaving Hollywood.
An insider said, “Clint sometimes talks about retiring, but what bothers him more is the thought that the movie business has moved on from him.” There are new people in charge at Warner Bros. after a 50-year relationship with him. They were very upset when Clint’s last movie, “Cry Macho,” didn’t do well at the box office.
“He was glad Warner gave Warner OK to make his new movie, but he doesn’t think it will happen again.”
The actor, who is 93 years old, will be in “Juror No. 2” with Toni Collette and Nicholas Hoult. Filming is set to start this summer.
A source said, “He wants this movie to be his last and end on a high note.” “Some people thought that ‘Cry Macho,’ which came out two years ago, would be his last movie because he looked so weak in it, but people didn’t like it.” Clint is getting everyone together for one last try, hoping for a big hit.
“I never got to the point where I said I would retire.” “I’ve been thinking about it a lot lately, but every once in a while, a script comes along and I think, ‘That’s a challenge I haven’t taken on before,'” the actor said.
“For a man in his nineties, it’s a lot to handle,” the person stressed. “Real people are worried about his health.” He is the director, but he also helped with everything else, like casting, and he’ll probably write the music, like he has for his other movies.
Clint Eastwood hasn’t been seen in public for more than 450 days, which has made people worry that his health is getting worse.
Clint has always been in great health and has stayed busy even though he is getting older. Some people in Hollywood are worried about him because he hasn’t been seen in public lately, the person said. “He looks so good that it’s hard to imagine him in bad shape, but Father Time gets to all of us.”