"Gran Torino" premieres in Burbank, California
Director and actor Clint Eastwood attends the world premiere of his new motion picture thriller "Gran Torino" at the Warner Bros. studio lot in Burbank, California on December 9, 2008. (UPI Photo/Jim Ruymen)
U.S. actor Clint Eastwood, in an interview on his upcoming role in the baseball drama "Trouble With the Curve," said audiences "enjoy my unpleasantness."
Hollywood film star and director Clint Eastwood says he has been trying to retire from acting for years, but every once in a while a role comes along that's irresistible.
The big-screen comedy "Paul Blart: Mall Cop" was the year's No. 1 DVD rental in the United States, the rental kiosk operator redbox announced Monday.
"Gran Torino" gave Clint Eastwood his biggest weekend box-office haul in the United Kingdom and Ireland last weekend, Warner Bros. said Monday.
"Taken" took the top box office spot during its first weekend of release, raking in $24.625 million in estimated gross U.S. receipts.
Thirty-four percent of the participants in an online poll said Hollywood icon Clint Eastwood was the worst-snubbed when Oscar nominations were announced.
Clint Eastwood found his "Gran Torino" surrounded by the good, the bad and the ugly at U.S. movie theaters this weekend.
Clint Eastwood drove his "Gran Torino" to the top of the U.S. theater chart this weekend, Box Office Mojo said Sunday.
The U.S. National Board of Review has announced Danny Boyle's "Slumdog Millionaire" as its choice for best film of 2008.
James Bond's white Lotus Esprit that doubled as a submarine in 1977's "The Spy Who Loved Me" has been voted Britain's favorite on-screen vehicle.