Now that the official trailer for Clint Eastwood’s upcoming film Cry Macho has been released by Warner Bros. Pictures, we can all get excited about his return. In the film, the legendary director-producer plays the role of Mike Milo.
A former rodeo star and now-defunct horse breeder who, in 1979, accepts a contract from an ex-boss to return the latter’s young son from Mexico. The two strangers had to go the long way around to get to Texas.
Eastwood’s First Time Directing A Film
It’s through this ordeal that the weary horseman makes some unexpected connections and achieves some personal redemption. The ad-free HBO Max version of Cry Macho will debut in the United States on September 17, 2021, and will remain in the service for the duration of the film’s theatrical run (September 17–October 31).
To far, this is Eastwood’s first time directing a film since The Mule came out in 2018. From his spaghetti Westerns to Dirty Harry and Gran Torino, the 91-year-career old’s has made him a symbol of macho ever since it began in the 1960s.
Throughout his eight decade long career, Eastwood has starred in numerous critically praised films, including Gran Torino and Million Dollar Baby. In recent years, he has focused on directing and producing.
Won Eastwood Many Awards.
But he did star in 2018’s The Mule, which earned over $170 million worldwide. Unforgiven, Eastwood’s final western film, was released in 1992 and went on to win four Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director.
Was chosen for preservation in the United States National Film Registry. Early in his career, Eastwood’s films often dealt with western themes and characters; yet, he famously vowed that Unforgiven would be his final western. It appears as though Eastwood is prepared to resume leadership.
Large Cast And Crew Despite The Limits Imposed by The Epidemic.
Shooting for “Cry Macho” began in Albuquerque, New Mexico in November 2020, and moved to Belen, New Mexico, where it concluded on December 15, with Eastwood using a large cast and crew despite the limits imposed by the epidemic.
“The Mule” Cast
In his most recent film, “The Mule” (2018), Eastwood plays World War II veteran Leo Sharp, who takes a job as a drug courier for a cartel. Horacio Garcia-Rojas (Netflix’s Narcos: Mexico) plays Aurelio, and Fernanda Urrejola (Blue Miracle) plays Leta.
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Eastwood helmed the film based on a script by Nick Schenk and N. Richard Nash adapted from Nash’s novel. David M. Bernstein served as the film’s executive producer with Eastwood, Albert S. Ruddy, Tim Moore, and Jessica Meier.