When will “Juror #2” hit the theaters? Clint Eastwood provides an approximate release date

Clint Eastwood recently finished working on his latest film – a courtroom drama titled “Juror #2”. Via the X portal, the legendary actor and director announced an approximate release date.

When is the premiere of “Juror #2”? Clint Eastwood provides an approximate date

An official account of Clint Eastwood on the X service posted a picture of the director on set and a brief update about the status of “Juror #2”. We have finished post-production of “Juror #2”. According to our estimates, it will hit the cinema screens in the fall – by the end of September or in October – we can read. You can see the original post below:

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What is “Juror #2” about?

The protagonist of “Juror #2”, which is supposed to be Clint Eastwood’s last film, is a juror in a murder trial. When he realizes that he inadvertently led to the victim’s death, he faces a dilemma: to steer the jury in a way that keeps the truth hidden, or to reveal what he knows and surrender himself to the justice system.

The film stars Nicholas Hoult in the lead role, with Toni Collette, Zoey Deutch, Leslie Bibb, Kiefer Sutherland, and J.K. Simmons in supporting roles.

The most important films directed by Clint Eastwood

As a director, Clint Eastwood debuted in 1971 with the film “Play Misty for Me,” about a woman obsessed with a radio presenter. His filmography includes westerns (“High Plains Drifter”, “The Outlaw Josey Wales”, “Bronco Billy”, “Unforgiven”), war films (“Letters from Iwo Jima”, “Flags of Our Fathers”), and dramas based on true events (e.g., “Changeling”, “Sully”, “Richard Jewell”). In many of these films, he also played the leading roles.

His biggest directorial successes, in addition to the Oscar-winning “Unforgiven” and “Million Dollar Baby”, include Academy Award-nominated “Mystic River”, “Letters from Iwo Jima”, and “American Sniper”, as well as films that were part of the official selection at Cannes in 1985, 1988, and 1990: “Pale Rider”, “Bird”, “White Hunter Black Heart”. Other notable works include “The Bridges of Madison County” and “Gran Torino”.

Watch the trailer for “Cry Macho”

Clint Eastwood’s filmography currently concludes with the drama “Cry Macho”. Watch its trailer:

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