Clint seen filming on Georgia set of Juror No. 2
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Clint Eastwood showed he's not ready to slow down yet when he was spotted filming his upcoming film Juror No. 2 on Tuesday in Savannah, Georgia.
The 93-year-old actor-turned-director was shooting a scene for the courtroom thriller featuring his stars Nicholas Hoult, 33, and Toni Collette, 51.
The project has been called the moviemaker's 'final film,' with The Hollywood Reporter describing it as an attempt to find 'one last project in order to be able to ride off into the sunset with his head held high,' though neither Eastwood nor Juror No. 2's studio Warner Bros. have said he is planning to retire after completing it.
Eastwood was previously seen on set with Hoult in June, after the writer's strike had started but just before his cast had to stop working due to the recently wrapped actor's strike.
At the time, photos from Savannah station WSAV show the director with the clean-shaven look he has mostly displayed for the past few decades, but he was seen with a surprising bushy white beard while filming on Tuesday.
Clint looked particularly intrigued while watching footage from the shoot next to his long-time camera operator Stephen Campanelli, who first began working with him on 1995's romance classic The Bridges of Madison County.
It’s great to see the man back on active duty.