Clint Eastwood

Hillary Swank Talks Devastating Career Fail, And Her Sweet Revenge (watch!)

Hillary Swank is firmly established as an A-List actress after winning two Oscars by the age of 30. But it wasn’t always that way. She tells Conan O’Brien about a devastating moment in her career and how she got “sweet revenge.” Swank, now 40, had scored a few small roles in 1992 film “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and one of the “Karate Kid” movies when she got what she thought was a big break. She signed a two-year contract in 1997 to play hot MILF Carly Reynolds on the racy television drama “Beverly Hills, 90210.” At the time, the show was going into its eighth season But it was not to be. ...

Ed Lauter, Well-Known Character Actor in 200 Films, Dies at 74

Ed Lauter, the prolific character actor who debuted in Alfred Hitchcock’s last film and went on to appear in more than 200 films and television shows, died late last night (Oct. 16), from complications caused by lung cancer. He was 74. His big break came when he appeared in Hitchcock’s “Family Plot” in 1976, with Bruce Dern, Barbara Harris, Karen Black and William Devane....

Scott Eastwood Mans Up for Films Just Like Daddy Clint (photos!)

Scott Eastwood says he’s accepted no favors from his Hollywood icon dad Clint Eastwood and he’s right. He’s been flying under the radar for most of his own acting career, but that seems to be changing. The 27-year-old actor gets a photo opportunity and major lift from the October 2013 issue of Town & Country magazine, looking every inch the manly man stepping out of his 83-year-old father’s shadow....

Clint Eastwood's 'Trouble With Curve' Is No Empty-Chair Speech (video)

Clint Eastwood’s Republican National Convention antics two weeks back put an uncomfortable magnifying glass on all his recent activities. But at 82, he hasn’t lost his marbles yet, judging by his new movie “Trouble With The Curve.” Strong performances by the always-enchanting Amy Adams and Justin Timberlake, plus stalwarts like John Goodman, Robert Patrick and Matthew Lillard, give the film great rhythm. It worked like a charm....