When it was announced that Clint Eastwood might be directing Beyonce Knowles in the third remake of 'A Star is Born,' it seemed likely that the film was destined to win all the Oscars. Then word came that Leonardo DiCaprio might be the male lead. Money in the bank. Now Beyonce has left the project, there's currently no male lead attached and the project looks dead in the water.
My wife doesn't follow movie news and is impervious to advertising. "What is this, a baseball movie?" she asked as we settled in for 'Trouble with the Curve.' "Kinda," I said. "Clint's a gruff baseball scout, out on the road with his estranged daughter." "Uh-oh," she chimed as the lights dimmed. "Life lessons!"
Life lessons indeed, and they come at
As Justin Timberlake grows older — he turned 31 on Tuesday — it seems he’s seasoning his resume with more established roles, trading in stringed puppet dancing for big time movie parts, like his upcoming baseball flick alongside Clint Eastwood.
It seems that reality TV had dominated over the past decade. Jersey Shore, Keeping up With the Kardashians, Celebrity Rehab and on and on. Well if look out because Clint Eastwood is headed to reality TV.