Eastwood may have been named 2008's Best Actor by the National Board of Review last night, but don't let that fool you into thinking he had to work hard in the role.
We can only hope that someone has the good sense to remix this.
And Clint Eastwood explains how he's mastered the nasty-old-bigot role.
For Best Original Song, that is.
Plus: 50 Cent overcomes his addictions.
'Milk,' Clint, and 'Wall-E,' to name a few.
We can't wait to see him do this live at the Oscars.
Clint and Joaquin quit, and Angelina Jolie announces 'I don't plan to keep acting very long.' Who's next?
Plus: Ben Silverman gives Hilary Duff a show!
If Clint Eastwood does not win an Oscar for something next February, he will shoot someone in the face.
They give us hope that our golden years might offer something a little livelier than sponging off our children and clucking over our empty 401(k).
Plus: Amy Ryan excited about finally getting roles that call for hair-brushing.
The latest Clint Eastwood joint attempts to dispel the popularly held belief that all children are pretty much interchangeable.
Plus: Even middle schoolers want to make fun of Vampire Weekend!
There's war! Nazis! Prison drama! Forbidden romance! Civil rights! Religious unrest! Dying children! Joseph Gordon-Levitt playing a tough-talking grown-up!
Spike vs. Clint: Spike Strikes Back! Plus: Wait, Are There Black People in ‘Flags of Our Fathers’ After All?
Spike implies that Clint is treating him like a slave, calls him an "angry old man," and then claims the "Obama high road." Long live feuds!
'A guy like him should shut his face,' says Clint.
Plus: Joan Jett dares to question Britney Spears's rock-and-roll credentials, and J.K. Simmons discusses improvisation.
Plus: "This is exciting for me because I've never done a movie about a notorious murder," Brian De Palma definitely didn't say.
Dargis doesn't like Clint Eastwood's movie, doesn't see James Gray's, and God knows what she would think of the Macauley Culkin sex movie.
Plus: Take the Uwe Boll challenge, and the 'Blair Witch' guy finally makes another movie.
Plus: Monks get a Gregorian chant record deal, Clint Eastwood's movie might be Oscar bait after all, and The New Yorker raves one play but really recommends another.
According to unsubstantiated Internet rumors, the answer is yes!
Clint Eastwood will win Best Picture, Michelle Trachtenburg will appear on Gossip Girl, and Ryan Adams will blog, hilariously.
Plus industry news on Hellraiser, Benjamin Bratt, and Clint Eastwood's next film.