However, this has nothing to do with Warner Bros. head’s critiques of the release of his last film, Cry Macho.
Clint Eastwood facing the critiques of Cry Macho’s release is not slowing him down in terms of taking on new projects.
This animal advocate loved seeing Eastwood film scenes at his ranch and his interactions with wildlife and his own animals.
The legendary actor and filmmaker known for films like Unforgiven, Gran Torino and The Mule has taken part in a wildlife documentary.
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