Clint Eastwood – Now
You might know Clint Eastwood as an old man, but he was a heartbreaker back in the days.
The 1950s were a hard period to get yourself noticed. With no Internet around and limited access to television, actors had to put on display their best to survive in the limelight.
Watching old movies might not sound as great in the HD era, but you must see “The Good, the Bad and the Ugly” (1966). The production set Eastwood on a trajectory that will make him one of the most respected and beloved actors in the decades that followed.
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Clint Eastwood – Then
Didn’t we tell you.
Yes, you might think that Eastwood is cranky now days. That is just an essential part of being a good director. Eastwood is one of the few actors that made a fruitful and full-scale transition towards the other end of the camera.
Ouch! The next celeb changed a lot.