Eastwood interview dating
Earlier this month, the 84-year-old iconic actor was spotted grocery shopping with an unidentified woman in Los Angeles.Now, reports suggest that Eastwood is not only dating Christina Sandera, a hostess, but that the pair are living together."She lives with him in his house he used to share with Dina," a source close to the actor told Us Weekly.Clint Eastwood" while on "The Tonight Show" with Jimmy Fallon this week."This is a sad love story," the retired television journalist started."I did this interview with Clint Eastwood something like 30 years ago, and he was very flirtatious and I was very taken, and he asked me if I wanted to have dinner… Back in march 2013, Ramirez cited "irreconcilable differences" when filing for a divorce from the Oscar-winning star, although the pair had secretly split more than 18 months earlier.While the actor appears to be moving on, he and Ramirez have not agreed on the terms of their divorce.
Presents an interview with Clint Eastwood, which is the first interview in a series on major intellectual and creative people who shape the national mind.
Don't you think your films have an impact on society? Alfred Hitchcock once told me, when I was analyzing a lot of things about his pictures, "Clint, you must remember, it's only a movie." PT: But whether or not you intend to send a message when you make a film, somehow it impacts on society.
"Make my day," for example, was absorbed into the public consciousness. But I don't think that Hollywood should get to the point of propagandizing. I just would hate to think that Hollywood would start dwelling on that. One part of your film career - the "Dirty Harry" aspect of it - contains a lot of violence, as well as people who use violence to resolve conflicts.
Beginning with this interview, we'll be talking with people who have an impact on our lives in some important way - whether it's through the media or their work in the laboratory or the therapist's office.
There's no getting around it - movies both reflect and influence our psyche.
Yet with Unforgiven - his latest film - is this once-Magnum-toting icon expressing regrets about his violent images and their effect on society?