CRY MACHO – Clint Eastwood Rides Again Featurette

CRY MACHO – Clint Eastwood Rides Again Featurette



The legendary Clint Eastwood returns to the silver screen as director and star of #CryMacho, in theaters and streaming exclusively on HBO Max September 17. Watch the new trailer now.

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From Warner Bros. Pictures come director/producer Clint Eastwood’s uplifting and poignant drama “Cry Macho.” The film stars Eastwood as Mike Milo, a one-time rodeo star and washed-up horse breeder who, in 1979, takes a job from an ex-boss to bring the man’s young son home from Mexico. Forced to take the backroads on their way to Texas, the unlikely pair faces an unexpectedly challenging journey, during which the world-weary horseman finds unexpected connections and his own sense of redemption.

Also starring are Eduardo Minett as the young boy, Rafo, in his feature film debut, Natalia Traven (“Collateral Damage,” TV’s “Soulmates”) as Marta, with Dwight Yoakam (“Logan Lucky,” “Sling Blade”) as Mike’s former employer, Howard Polk. The cast also includes Fernanda Urrejola (“Blue Miracle,” Netflix’s “Narcos: Mexico”) as Leta and Horacio Garcia-Rojas (“Netflix’s “Narcos: Mexico,” TV’s “La querida del Centauro”) as Aurelio.

Oscar winner Eastwood directed from a screenplay by Nick Schenk and N. Richard Nash, based on the novel by Nash. Eastwood, Albert S. Ruddy, Tim Moore and Jessica Meier produced the film, with David M. Bernstein serving as executive producer.

The filmmaker’s creative team behind the scenes included BAFTA-nominated director of photography Ben Davis (“Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri,” “Captain Marvel”), production designer Ron Reiss (set decorator, “Richard Jewell” and “The Mule”), Oscar- winning editor Joel Cox (“Unforgiven”), who has cut most of director Eastwood’s films, and editor David Cox (“Den of Thieves,” assistant editor on “Richard Jewell” and “The Mule”), and longtime collaborator costume designer Deborah Hopper. The music is by Mark Mancina (“Moana”).

Warner Bros. Pictures Presents A Malpaso/Albert S. Ruddy Production, “Cry Macho.” The film will be distributed worldwide by Warner Bros. Pictures. It opens September 17, 2021 in the U.S. in theaters and on HBO Max on the Ad-Free plan; it will be available on HBO Max for 31 days from theatrical release. “Cry Macho” is rated PG-13 for language and thematic elements.

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48 Comments

  1. I had the honor of standing next to the man in the bathroom at the Golden Baugh Cinema in Carmel CA., while we were taking a leak I couldn't resist so I looked over at him and said "Sir you are you are a lot bigger than I thought you were". He looked over at me and I said, "I mean taller" we both had a laugh. Absolutely true story

  2. As a nurse, I’ll give you a little hint on how to defend your mind from natural deterioration (not necessarily Alzheimer’s or dementia): Keep thinking. Keep creating and solving problems. Keep your mind active. The older folks that I’ve taken care of that have a harder time remembering things are the ones who sit in front of the TV all day and only passively stimulate their brains. The ones with healthier minds are the ones that are constantly keeping their noodle busy. It’ll be interesting to see if video games help in defending against this natural deterioration as well.

  3. I remember watching the first time Mr. Eastwood in a movie. I was 12 years old in 1982. The movie was for a few dollars more and since then i got hooked.

  4. Clint is simply a genius. How many actors could act with 91 years old? And not only that, directing and acting, and still doing a great movie. That's unbealiveble, i'm lucky to see this man alive.

  5. Just seeing Clint Eastwood on the horse and wearing the cowboy hat, Christmas come early this year. I loved watching him in Pale Rider which is my favorite western he made. The timing of this movie could not have more perfect because we’re coming up on the 30th anniversary of Unforgiven.

  6. I loved Clint Eastwood. Absolutely loved his movies. It’s incredibly hard to watch his movies now. After his performance at the RNC with the chair and “speaking with” Obama, I just can’t watch him or his movies. It’s so sad because I loved them so much, but now I just see a crazy old sad man.

  7. I wish they making
    Ready Player Two
    Ready Player Three
    Ready Player Four
    Ready Player Five
    is sequels to ready player one
    staring: high five and iron giant, gumdam, T rex and King Kong hello kitty and her two friends
    new characters like Robby the the robot with spaceship and car from forbidden planet, B9 robot from lost in space (original)
    robot from space camp and robot from Rocky 4, Robocop with jetpack,
    Gizmo and all 15 gremlins and type 1 & 2 green gremlins and type 1 & 2 brown gremlins from gremlins 1 & 2 four sharks from jaws,
    jaws (jaws 19 designs) 5 characters from back to the future trilogy with flying car & flying train,
    E.T with spaceship, close encounters of the third kind aliens with spaceships, Aliens from Mars Attacks! With vehicles,
    Aliens from war of the worlds (1953)
    7 characters from Flash Gordon with hawkmen, The Hobbit and The Lord of The Rings Characters
    11 creatures from King Kong (1933) and Son of Kong, King Kong (2005) creatures mighty Joe young (original)
    the beast from 20,000 fathorms (B&W Version) giant ants from THEM! B&W Version) The giant behemoth (B&W Version)
    the black scorpions creatures (B&W Version) The Las Vegas Monster & The Beetlemen, ray harryhausen's the animal world creatures,
    aliens from Earth vs the Flying Saucers with six flying saucers (B&W Version) two dinosaurs from Dinosaurus!
    ray harryhausen's Mysterious Island creatures, ray harryhausen's Sinbad's creatures, Jason and the Argonauts creatures,
    First Men in the Moon moon creatures. ymir from 20 million miles to earth (B&W Version)
    giant octopus from it came from beneath the sea (B&W Version) One million year B.C creatures, 6 creatures from the valley of gwangi,
    clash of the titans (1981) creatures, space man and Gort from the day the earth stood still (1953) with spaceship,
    Agent K, Agent J, Agent H, Agent M and every aliens
    Men In Black characters (with vehicles)
    Peter Venkman, Ray Stantz, Egon Spengler, Winston Zeddemore, Janine Melnitz
    Phoebe, Trevor, Podcast, Lucky,
    8 characters from original ghostbusters Slimer, Stay Puff Marshmallow Man and Mini Pufts
    with Echo 1 and Echo 1A
    Godzilla (design from Godzilla 1985/the return of godzilla)
    G2000 Godzilla, GXM Godzilla, GXMG Godzilla, Godzillasaurs
    Dinosaurs from The Lost World (1925)
    Horn Tortoise from Prehistoric Australia
    Return characters: giant scorpions, snipers from halo

    In Ready Player Three
    8 characters from Shrek Universe
    15 characters from Kung Fu Panda trilogy
    Master Flying Rhino (with his Armor and Sword of Heroes)
    Dragons from How To Train Your Dragon Universe
    Captain underpants and his 2 friends
    Wallace and Gromet and their 5 friends
    Commando Elite and Gorgonites (human size) (Troglokhan is not cyborg in this one)
    Goosebumps creatures from Goosebumps 1&2
    Voltron (5 Lions) and Atlas from voltron legendary defender

    new villains like Chucky, Freddy Krueger and Jason Voorhees. Robocop's villains, Flash Gordon's villains,
    The Hobbit and The Lord of Ring villains, MIB Villains, ghost's villains from Original Ghostbusters universe
    Professor P, Dave The Octopus,
    Other DreamWorks Villains
    Villains from The Hobbit (1977) The Return of the King (1980)

    This movie focus on the oasis.
    But will be NO DC & TMNT characters and spawn, wolf man, sonic and overwatch in this movie
    Every live action characters will be virtual actors

    (3 hours 52 minutes on each movies)

    Virtual Actors
    virtual actors virtual human, virtual persona, or digital clone is the creation or re-creation of a human being in image and voice using computer-generated imagery and sound, that is often indistinguishable from the real actor.

  8. Clint Eastwood is 91. Literally 91 years old and he's still going strong, acting and directing movies. The guy's an absolute legend. I am so hyped for this movie.

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