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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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  • Burbank's vintage row keeps Hollywood rolling in period details

    Burbank's vintage row keeps Hollywood rolling in period details
    When set decorator Claudette Didul needed to decorate Sally Draper's bedroom with 1960s-era clothing for an episode of "Mad Men" last season, she knew just the place. Didul went to Playclothes, a vintage clothing and furnishing store in Burbank, to...
  • Head west to go Southern

    Head west to go Southern
      Southern Swank Kitchen is daring Davie to make its day. The much-talked-about restaurant, which re-imagines traditional Southern dishes and exalts gritty actors such as Clint Eastwood and John Wayne, is challenging the residents of this corner of...
  • Directors on Their Teams: John Lee Hancock on 'Saving Mr. Banks'

    "Saving Mr. Banks" is the fifth film directed by John Lee Hancock, who began his career as a writer, scripting the 1993 Clint Eastwood film "A Perfect World." His new film travels between Los Angeles in 1961, London at the same time, and flashbacks to P....
  • JFK assassination: Who's the best actor in a Kennedy-themed movie?

    JFK assassination: Who's the best actor in a Kennedy-themed movie?
    By now you’ve read all the recaps of the JFK assassination and all the "who’s the best actor who played Kennedy" blog posts that you ever thought you would. But JFK movies go beyond those who played the man himself: to wit, Kevin Costner...
  • Judge Asked to Render Quick Decision in 'Trouble With the Curve' Suit

    Both sides in the dispute over the authorship of Warner Bros.' "Trouble with the Curve" are asking a federal judge to grant summary judgment in the case, in which a college-baseball-player turned screenwriter is accusing Warner Bros. and other...
  • Nelson Mandela's unforgettable face, spirit captivate film world

     Nelson Mandela's unforgettable face, spirit captivate film world
    The year is 1992. Nelson Mandela, two years beyond his release from 27 years of political imprisonment and two years before he will be elected president of South Africa, stands before a classroom of Soweto children. A rare moment is being captured by...
  • New Book Reveals Why Clint Eastwood Was Given Free Rein to Deliver Republican Convention Speech

    "Double Down," Mark Halperin and John Heilemann's follow up to "Game Change," answers one of the more perplexing questions of the 2012 presidential campaign: Why did Mitt Romney's team give carte blanche to Clint Eastwood to say whatever he wanted in...
  • Nelson Mandela and the Springboks: Rugby played for higher stakes

    Nelson Mandela and the Springboks: Rugby played for higher stakes
    The following is a first-person report originally published in The Times on Dec. 15, 2009, under the headline: A game played for high stakes. The secondary headline read: A reporter remembers when Nelson Mandela united a young nation behind a rugby team....
  • Martin Scorsese to Be Feted by Art Directors Guild

    Martin Scorsese will receive the Cinematic Imagery Award at the 18th annual Art Directors Guild's Excellence in Production Design Awards on Feb. 8, the org announced on Thursday. The kudofest, set to take place at the Beverly Hilton Hotel, will be hosted...
  • Fox Says Super Bowl TV Ad Inventory Is Sold Out

    Fox has sold all of its TV ad inventory for Super Bowl XLVIII, slated to be played February 2 and broadcast by the 21st Century Fox-owned network from MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. Now the network is moving to line up clients for other types of...
  • Paul Walker: How 'Fast and the Furious' Changed His Career from Hunk to Action Star

    The first time audiences really set their eyes on Paul Walker was in the 1998 dramedy "Pleasantville," about two siblings (Reese Witherspoon and Tobey Maguire) transported inside a 1950s sitcom. The world they encounter is a cookie-cutter, black-and-white...
  • Paul Walker's Death Raises Questions for Future of Universal's 'Fast and Furious' Franchise

    The death of actor Paul Walker on Saturday leaves a major hole in Universal's "Fast and Furious" series, the studio's most successful active film franchise, which had been in production on its seventh installment since September for release next summer....