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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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  • 'American Sniper' debate continues as trial in Chris Kyle death nears

    Three weeks into its wide release, Clint Eastwood's military drama "American Sniper" shows few signs of fading from the public imagination. The film about the late Navy SEAL Chris Kyle has emerged as a blockbuster hit, garnered six Oscar nominations and...
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    REMEMBER the "scandal" over Ava DuVernay not being nominated for a Best Director Oscar for "Selma," although the movie was given a nod? That's now faded away in the frenzy around the blockbuster hit, "American Sniper." The latter kept making big money,...
  • With 'Unbroken,' 'Fury,' a war-movie wave rises again

    With 'Unbroken,' 'Fury,' a war-movie wave rises again
    War movies have been around nearly as long as film itself, but every now and then the genre seems to  spark a new resonance in the public imagination. The late 1980s saw a spate of Vietnam War movies ("Platoon," "Full Metal Jacket," "Casualties of War")...
  • Review: 'Unbroken'

    Review: 'Unbroken'
    Laura Hillenbrand's 2010 nonfiction account "Unbroken" introduced millions to Louis Zamperini, the Italian-American who competed in the 1936 Berlin Olympics and, in World War II, became an Army Air Corps bombardier flying missions over the South Pacific....
  • 'American Sniper' author's widow will appeal book verdict

    'American Sniper' author's widow will appeal book verdict
    Taya Kyle, widow of "American Sniper" author Chris Kyle, will appeal a $1.8-million verdict against her husband's estate, reports the Minneapolis Star Tribune. A federal jury found Kyle's estate liable for defamation earlier this year, finding in favor of...
  • Film Review: Eastwood's 'American Sniper' limits its aim

    Film Review: Eastwood's 'American Sniper' limits its aim
    Clint Eastwood is not only working at 84; he's working hard. “American Sniper” is his second film this year, following “Jersey Boys,” the lightweight but impeccably crafted and hugely entertaining Four Seasons biopic. “Bird,&...
  • 'Hobbit' dominates weekend; 'Interview' pulls in over $15 million on VOD

    'Hobbit' dominates weekend; 'Interview' pulls in over $15 million on VOD
    It was the most wonderful time of the year for the box office. Though the box office total is still down about 5% from last year, three new films, the final “Hobbit” installment and limited-release awards contenders helped give the...
  • Cooperation and creative versatility distinguish winning directors

    Cooperation and creative versatility distinguish winning directors
    A number of recent movies — including some of this year's top awards contenders — revive a decades-old debate about the type of director who shapes the most memorable films. In his famed 1962 essay, "Notes on the Auteur Theory," Andrew...
  • Box office: Sony's 'The Interview' grosses $1 million Christmas Day

    Sony Pictures' controversial comedy "The Interview" began its atypical release with about $1 million in ticket sales from 331 theaters on Christmas Day, the studio estimated.  "The audience reaction was fantastic -- the limited release, in under 10%...
  • 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...
  • 'American Sniper': Bradley Cooper takes aim in high-tension trailer

    Bradley Cooper is locked and loaded in the first trailer for "American Sniper," the fact-based drama about Navy SEAL and sharpshooter Chris Kyle, and he finds nothing but trouble in his crosshairs. Set to the sounds of a slowly building heartbeat, the...