Although he is yet to solidify his status as a Hollywood icon just like his father, Clint Eastwood, Scott is certainly succeeding in sticking his fingers in as many movie-shaped pies as possible these days.
Ever since his gorgeous face emerged from the horizon in The Longest Ride, we seem to be struggling to get enough of him. That's why the following interesting information regarding his next five movies will undoubtedly excite all you loyal fans. Take a look at what to expect from the star in the next 12 months:
Scott Eastwood's next movie is garnering a decent amount of hype and it's easy to see why. The tantalizing project centers on the story of two car thieves, coincidentally also brothers, who travel to the south of France to further their stealing shenanigans. Coming up against a local crime boss certainly thwarts their plans, resulting in some pretty epic action scenes.
Yet, as the project has gone through quite a number of reiterations since beginning way back in 2011, the release date is yet to be confirmed. We can only wait with anticipation.
2. Suicide Squad
Release: August 5, 2016
Considering movie buffs have been going borderline bonkers a la Harley Quinn for the upcoming Suicide Squad film, it's pretty impressive that there are still gaping holes in what we know about the superhero blockbuster. For starters, although the majority of the characters have been provided with relatively in-depth profiles, Scott Eastwood's role has continued to be shrouded in mystery.
As it stands, debates rage on over who he will be in his next movie. While some think he might be bringing to life sword-wielding villain Deathstroke or Nightwing, one thing's clear: We're sure in for a genuine surprise once August 5 hits:
Release: September 16, 2016
Scott Eastwood will also be delving into the dangerous world of political intrigue come this fall. Based on the book The Snowden Files by Luke Harding and Time of the Octopus by Anatoly Kucherena, it follows the real story of Edward Snowden who leaked thousands of classified documents to the press a few years ago. Remember that sh*tshow?
Naturally, a political whirlwind ensues, with Scott Eastwood's character Trevor stuck in the middle. The following actors also star:
- Joseph Gordon Levitt as leading man, Edward Snowden
- Shailene Woodley as Lindsay Mills, Snowden's long-term girlfriend
- Nicolas Cage and Timothy Olyphant in undisclosed roles
- Zachary Quinto as Glenn Greenwald, the lawyer and journalist at the heart of the released report's controversy
Count us in!
4. Live By Night
Release: January 12, 2017
Role: Danny Coughlin
It appears that after getting to know Eastwood on Suicide Squad, Ben Affleck cast him as his brother in Prohibition-era crime drama Live By Night. As one of the actor's next movies scheduled for the upcoming year, it portrays the story of a police captain (Affleck) who enters the perilous territory of organized crime that takes him on a journey from Boston and Florida, and all the way to Cuba.
Sienna Miller, Zoe Saldana, Elle Fanning, Max Casella and Chris Cooper will also star, with producing being undertaken by the legendary Leonardo DiCaprio and his Appian Way partner Jennifer Davisson Killoran. We can't wait!
5. Fast 8
Release: April 14, 2017
Because we can never get enough of some hot-wheels action, the Fast and Furious franchise is revving up its engines for its eighth installment, and although it will no longer bear the face of Paul Walker, as it stands, loyal fans have faith that it's going to be as bold as ever.
Fast 8 is one of Scott Eastwood's next movies hitting box offices in the first half of 2017 and it will undoubtedly catapult him to top Hollywood status. The actor joins a slew of incredible actors such as Vin Diesel, Helen Mirren, Charlize Theron, Game of Thrones break-out star Nathalie Emmanuel, Tyrese Gibson, Jordana Brewster, Michelle Rodriguez and Kurt Russell (to name but a few) to make sure this mind-blowing addition is as furious as ever.