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Clint Eastwood

Clint Eastwood
Clint Eastwood is an American actor most famous for his role as the Man With No Name in the 'Dollars' Spaghetti Western triology and Det. Harry Callahan in the 'Dirty Harry' series. He has also ventured into producing and directing. Eastwood has won five Academy Awards in his career with six other nominations. Most recently he won the Best Picture and Best Director awards for the 2004 film 'Million Dollar Baby.' He was born Clinton Eastwood Jr. on May 31, 1930 in San Francisco, California. (Photo AP)
Clint Eastwood is an American actor most famous for his role as the Man With No Name in the 'Dollars' Spaghetti Western triology and Det. Harry Callahan in the 'Dirty Harry' series. He has also ventured into producing and directing. Eastwood has won five Academy Awards in his career with six other nominations. Most recently he won the Best Picture and Best Director awards for the 2004 film 'Million Dollar Baby.' He was born Clinton Eastwood Jr. on May 31, 1930 in San Francisco, California. (Photo AP) « Show less

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  • Reel Critics: A 'Horrible' use of Oscar winners

    "Horrible Bosses 2" is not about bosses, office work or 9 to 5 jobs. It's about a Marx Brothers-style farce with no grounding in reality. Jason Bateman, Jason Sudeikis and Charlie Day reprise the characters from the original film. They bring likable...
  • 'Uzumasa Limelight' offers a loving tribute to samurai films

    'Uzumasa Limelight' offers a loving tribute to samurai films
    A cri de coeur on the samurai flicks of a bygone era, "Uzumasa Limelight" unfolds understatedly and movingly like something from Clint Eastwood at the top of his game. The film seems to be loosely inspired by its 71-year-old star, Seizo Fukumoto —...
  • Oscar race shapes up for best director, cinematography nominees

    Since the film academy began handing out the best director Oscar in 1929, you can count the number of women who have been nominated on one hand — Lina Wertmüller for "Seven Beauties" (1976), Jane Campion for "The Piano" (1993), Sofia Coppola for...
  • Bradley Cooper already a popular box-office draw on Broadway

    Bradley Cooper already a popular box-office draw on Broadway
    Bradley Cooper hasn't officially opened in the new revival of "The Elephant Man" on Broadway, but the Hollywood star has already proved himself to be a strong box-office draw in the play's preview period. "The Elephant Man," a revival of the Bernard...
  • AFI Fest: 'Selma' upends best picture Oscar race

    AFI Fest: 'Selma' upends best picture Oscar race
    Those standing in line outside Hollywood's Egyptian Theatre on Tuesday night for the 9 p.m. screening of Clint Eastwood's "American Sniper" heard a loud roar go up from inside the historic building shortly after 8. It was the sound of Ava DuVernay's...
  • Belafonte Electrifies Governors Awards, Issues Challenge to Hollywood

    Harry Belafonte gave one of the all-time great acceptance speeches at Saturday night's Governors Awards, citing Hollywood's often-shameful power to influence attitudes, and challenging the heavy-hitters in the room to instead create works that allow...
  • Oscars: Will Christopher Nolan Finally Land a Director Nomination?

    This year's best director race is all about the Oscar virgins. Most of the contenders in the running -- starting with frontrunner Richard Linklater ("Boyhood") -- have never been nominated in the category before. But one caveat to remember: predictors...
  • Some of the year's best films are heading our way

    Why does Hollywood always save most of its best movies for last? To get closer to the time when Oscar ballots are due. That's why we're in for an uptick in quality between now and January at the multiplex, although there will still be plenty of simple...
  • Altman doc reminds a critic of why the movies matter -- and when he noticed

    Altman doc reminds a critic of why the movies matter -- and when he noticed
    The 95-minute documentary "Altman" first aired on EPIX cable in August, but it opens for a limited theatrical run next week (Nov. 15, 16 and 20) at the Gene Siskel Film Center. However you see it, despite its necessarily abridged view of director Robert...
  • Ken Takakura dies at 83; outlaw and hero in Japanese films

    Ken Takakura, a quiet, craggy-faced star known for playing outlaws and stoic heroes in scores of Japanese films, has died. He was 83. Perhaps best known abroad for his role as a police inspector in Ridley Scott's 1989 film "Black Rain," Takakura died...
  • 'Beyond the Lights' director gave film's star a crash course in diva

    A 90210 ZIP Code. A 40-foot interior waterfall. Private movie theater. Rooftop deck equipped for 500 people. The $14-million Beverly Hills mansion had all the trappings of a verifiable celebrity home. With its antiseptic glass and concrete and steel, it...