August 23, 2016

THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER – The ‘Fast 8‘ actor will be joined by Matilda Lutz as a couple who live in a world where love no longer exists during their final days together before their love expires.

After tackling the world of illegal street racing in Fast 8, Scott Eastwood is switching to Hollywood’s sci-fi lane.

The actor, who is poised for a breakout year with a string of high-profile projects scheduled for 2017, is set to star in Wayne Kramer’s Ecstasia. He will be joined by Italian actress Matilda Lutz (The Rings) as a couple who live in a world where love no longer exists during their final days together before their love expires.

Kramer (The Cooler, Running Scared) also wrote the screenplay.

The film marks a reteaming of Eastwood and Sentient Entertainment’s Renee Tab and Christopher Tuffin, who recently completed the heist thriller Overdrive with the actor and Ana de Armas. Tab and Tuffin are producing Ecstasia alongside Matthew Chausse and Eastwood.

Production is scheduled to begin in spring 2017 in South Africa. Ingenious, Film Afrika and Red Sea Media will finance.

The project will be introduced to buyers at the upcoming Toronto International Film Festival. UTA, which reps Eastwood, is handling domestic rights, while Red Sea will sell international rights.

After playing supporting roles in Suicide Squad (as Lieutenant GQ Edwards), Oliver Stone’s Snowden and Ben Affleck’s Live by Night, Eastwood — the son of Clint — has graduated to studio movie leading man. He recently wrapped Fast 8, where he plays a newly created character who fills the void left by the death of the franchise’s Paul Walker. Eastwood also will star in Pacific Rim: Maelstrom alongside John Boyega.

Lutz also is having a moment, most recently having toplined Paramount’s third installment of The Ring franchise, this time titled Rings (the horror film opens Oct. 28). She also recently starred in Gabriele Muccino’s Summertime.

Eastwood is additionally repped by attorney Rick Genow.

Lutz is handled by TT Agency, Silver Lining Management and attorney Karl Austen.

August 04, 2016

ESQUIRE – A mess of gnawed-open peanut shells litters the stoop of one of the Spanish-style bungalows on the Warner Bros. lot in Burbank, California. Since 1975, this bungalow, in the shadow of the massive Soundstage 3, has been the home of Clint Eastwood’s production company, and when Eastwood and I walk up to the front door, we both notice the shells, bleaching in the hard-white late-afternoon sun.

Those yours?” I ask him.

Kind of,” Eastwood tells me. “There’s a squirrel around here. I like to put peanuts out for him. He’s a nice guy. He comes right into the office sometimes. The other day, I opened the door and he was clinging on to it.”

Eastwood is eighty-six now. But if you think he’s devolved into that old man on your block who walks around talking to squirrels, you’re dead wrong. Eastwood does not stop. Never has. Twenty years after most guys would be in full-on coast mode, Eastwood is still vital and vibrant, still pushing himself creatively. The guy is an inspiration, a reminder that we should always be evolving.

Most days you’ll find Eastwood here, at his office, doing what he likes to do, what gives his life meaning: work. Or, more accurately, creating. Over the past few weeks, he has been holed up in one of the editing bays here, his six-foot-three frame splayed out in an old brown Barcalounger, working with his editor to finish Sully, the thirty-fifth film he’s directed in a career that stretches back to 1955. Sully, which stars Tom Hanks as Captain Chesley Burnett Sullenberger, the pilot who landed his disabled plane in the Hudson River in 2009, is like many of Eastwood’s films of late—the story of a man who takes action and does what is right but suffers consequences at the hands of second-guessers.

Sully shares a September release date with another film about a man who stands up for what he believes is right: Snowden. Directed by Oliver Stone, it tells the story of Edward Snowden and features Eastwood’s son Scott as Snowden’s superior at the NSA. It is the biggest role to date for the thirty-year-old. And let’s be clear: It’s not easy being Clint’s son, let alone taking up the family business. And then there’s their fifty-six-year age difference. For much of his childhood, Scott lived with his mother, Jacelyn Reeves, in Hawaii (Clint fathered him out of wedlock), and the two men didn’t spend any real time together until Scott moved to California to live with his father during high school. In the past few years, however, they have grown closer, especially after Clint cast Scott in a small part in Invictus. A few minutes after Clint and I sit down in the study of his wood-paneled office, underneath an old French-language movie poster for All Quiet on the Western Front, Scott arrives.

ESQ: Your movies have similar themes. Sully stands up for his principles against people who want to take him down. And Snowden stands up for an entirely different set of principles. Both films arrive at a time when we are looking for individuals with integrity.

Clint Eastwood: Well, we have a great lack of it now. It’s a madhouse out there. You wonder, what the hell? I mean, Sully should be running for president, not these people. Scott’s movie sounds fascinating. I want to see it because it’s about deserting your country … for whatever reasons you have. Snowden became famous for the wrong reasons, as Sully became famous for doing something spectacular.

Scott Eastwood: It’s an interesting time. My father’s definitely old-school. And he raised me with integrity—to be places on time, show up, and work hard.

ESQ: Scott, when you were growing up, you didn’t see a lot of your father, right?

SE: Yeah, I lived with my mom in Hawaii until I pissed her off. And then I came to live with my dad and pissed him off. [Laughs.]

ESQ: When you were a teenager and Clint was laying down the law, did you think, This guy scares the crap out of me?

SE: Oh, yeah, sure.

CE: He was a pretty good kid. Not much of a problem. His mother gave him a lot of values, because she’s a good person.

Read more of the interview at the source

August 04, 2016

Yesterday (August 03), Scott made a visit to Good Morning America. I have added high quality photos from his appearance to the gallery! You can check out his interview below!

Yesterday (August 01), Scott attended the New York premiere of Suicide Squad. The gallery has been updated with high quality photos of Scott from the premiere! Thanks to my friend Jasper for sending a bunch to us! Enjoy!

Yesterday (July 10), Scott supported a Beach Cleanup for Davidoff Cool Water’s #LoveTheOcean campaign in San Diego, California. The gallery has been updated with 9 high quality photos. Enjoy!

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Scott is featured on the Cover of the July issue of August Man Malaysia. I have added scans to the gallery. Not the best quality to read, so will try to get a better quality soon. For now, admire the beautifulness of Scott!

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July 01, 2016

The first fragrance to be inspired by the ocean, DAVIDOFF Cool Water is now leading the way to help protect the ocean. This summer, the brand is releasing a new film featuring its ambassador Scott Eastwood. The message of the film is a call to action to safeguard one of the world’s most precious natural resources — but also one of its most endangered. The film is an extension of DAVIDOFF Cool Water’s long-standing Love the Ocean campaign in support of the National Geographic Society’s Pristine Seas project, which aims to protect 10% of the world’s ocean by 2020.

THE POWER TO CHANGE

The new film, which will be released on July 1, 2016, and screened across a wide range of digital platforms, steps up the Love the Ocean initiative with an individual call to action. The film’s aim is to convince each and every one of us that we can make a difference. “As individuals, we have more power to change the world than we think,” says Scott Eastwood, who — having been born in California and raised in Hawaii — feels a special connection to the ocean.

Shot near the actor’s home in San Diego, the DAVIDOFF Cool Water film highlights Scott Eastwood’s concern for ocean conservation and his commitment to fighting water pollution issues. It also features a beach clean-up organized in partnership with the National Geographic Society and the Surfrider Foundation. Given that 80 percent of pollution in the marine environment comes from land and that by 2050 current estimates indicate that the ocean will contain more plastic than fish when measured by weight, beach clean-ups are one way — along with simple lifestyle changes — that individuals can take action. According to Shah Selbe, National Geographic Explorer: “Even a single person can make a massive amount of difference when it comes to ocean conservation.”

FROM THE INDIVIDUAL TO THE GLOBAL

By extending its Love the Ocean initiative with an individual call to action, DAVIDOFF Cool Water aims to complement the impressive progress being achieved on a global scale by the National Geographic Society’s Pristine Seas project. Since 2012, DAVIDOFF Cool Water has supported 14 Pristine Seas expeditions, which informed the establishment of five marine protected areas, totalling 1,713,518 square kilometres or 2.18% of the world’s ocean.

The inspiring message of the film is that we all have a part to play — which is why, throughout summer 2016, DAVIDOFF Cool Water will be promoting beach clean-ups in key countries, encouraging individuals, wherever they may be, to demonstrate their love for the ocean and to contribute to change. As Scott Eastwood says at the end of the film: “It starts with one — one hour of your time, one day, one piece of trash.”

ABOUT THE LOVE THE OCEAN INITIATIVE

DAVIDOFF Cool Water has a long-standing partnership with the National Geographic Society’s Pristine Seas project — which involves scientific expeditions to explore and document fragile marine environments across the globe. Every year, DAVIDOFF Cool Water mobilizes its millions of loyal users worldwide around the Love the Ocean initiative, with the commitment that each bottle of DAVIDOFF Cool Water sold will help protect 10,000 square metres (more than 100,000 square feet) of ocean.

Visit love-the-ocean.com to learn more.

June 30, 2016

DEADLINE.COM – EXCLUSIVE: After staking out a February 23, 2018 release date earlier today, Legendary Pictures is targeting Scott Eastwood for a key role alongside John Boyega in the second installment of its Pacific Rim franchise. Deadline revealed June 6 that Legendary was building the Steven S. DeKnight-directed sequel around the Star Wars: The Force Awakens star, and the company is now casting up in earnest and I think Eastwood will be the next to join the fold if his deal makes. The picture begins production late this year, based on the world created by Guillermo del Toro and Travis Beacham. Boyega will play the son of the character played by Idris Elba in the del Toro-directed original film. It wasn’t clear what the Eastwood role would be in a film that Universal will release worldwide, everywhere but China. The 2013 original grossed $411 million.

Eastwood, son of the iconic actor/director Clint Eastwood, is fast emerging as a potential star. Deadline broke news in April that Eastwood would join Fast 8 in a new role created for Universal’s biggest movie franchise which is being helmed by Straight Outta Compton‘s F. Gary Gray. Eastwood, who will be seen starring in the ensemble of the David Ayer-directed Suicide Squad, which Warner Bros releases August 5, also will appear in the Oliver Stone-directed Snowden, which Open Road releases September 16. UTA reps him.

Thomas Tull, Mary Parent, Jon Jashni, and del Toro will produce the action adventure film along with Boyega and Femi Oguns under their Upper Room Productions shingle. Cale Boyter is executive producer. How promising does the picture look now, after Legendary showed the reach of its new owner, Wanda, with the successful launch of Warcraft in China?