At 90, Clint Eastwood is preparing “Cry Macho” , a new film that he will direct and interpret, specialized media in the United States reported this Friday.
The date of filming or its premiere is not yet known, but “Eastwood has begun exploring sites to shoot” the film, says the site Deadline, where the information came to light.
The script for “Cry Macho” – which has not yet officially seen the green light from Warner Bros – was written by N. Richard Nash, author of the novel of the same name in the 1970s, with Nick Schenk, a screenwriter who previously worked with Eastwood. in “Gran Torino” (2008) and “La Mule (2018).
The story follows a rodeo star turned horse breeder who accepts a mission from her former bosses: travel to Mexico to kidnap the latter’s son, who lives with his alcoholic mother, and bring him back to his father in Texas. across the border.
According to Hollywood media, Arnold Schwarzenegger had planned to return to the cinema in 2011, after his terms as governor of California, assuming the leading role of the film, but the project was canceled at that time.