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Scott Eastwood To Reprise Little Nobody Role In Universal’s ‘Fast X’

Click here to read the full article. Fate of the Furious alum Scott Eastwood will return to the Fast & Furious franchise, as part of the cast of Fast X, Deadline can confirm. He joins an ensemble that also includes Vin Diesel, Michelle Rodriguez, Tyrese Gibson Jason Momoa, Charlize Theron, Brie Larson, Alan Ritchson, Nathalie Emmanuel, Michael Rooker, Daniela Melchior, Jordana Brewster, Sung Kang, Ludacris and Cardi B, as previously announced. Fast X is the latest film in a globe-trotting action franchise from Universal Pictures which has grossed over $6 billion worldwide. Details with regard to its plot are being kept under...
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‘Fast X’: Scott Eastwood Returns to ‘Fast and Furious’ Franchise (Exclusive)

Scott Eastwood is returning to the world of Fast and Furious. The actor is set to reprise his role as Little Nobody in Fast X, the latest installment of Universal’s hard-driving, multibillion-dollar franchise that is currently shooting in London.More from The Hollywood ReporterJason Momoa Apologizes After Posting Photos at Sistine Chapel During Break From 'Fast X' ShootNBCUniversal, Film London and London's Mayor Launch Inclusive Movie Industry Training PartnershipBehind Justin Lin's 'Fast 10' Breaking Point The high-wattage cast already includes luminaries such as Jason Momoa, Charlize Theron and Brie Larson, along with franchise vets Michelle Rodriguez and Tyrese Gibson and star Vin Diesel,...
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Fast 10 cast bringing back Scott Eastwood

Scott Eastwood, of Fate of the Furious fame, is coming back to the tire burning franchise. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the actor is officially returning to the Fast and Furious family in the upcoming action movie Fast 10 – reprising his role as Little Nobody. Eastwood first appeared...

'Fast X': Scott Eastwood to Return to the High-Speed Franchise for Sequel

Fast X has barely started production and it’s already a wild ride. The bulging, star-studded cast of the Fast & Furious franchise's new installment received a new addition – and a familiar face at that. Scott Eastwood is gearing up to return to the Fast Family world, as THR reports. The new movie will once again follow Dominic Toretto (Vin Diesel) and his group of daredevil drivers as they put their cars through every sort of risky maneuver. The question is, after racing in London, Brazil and even in outer space, where will the franchise go this time?

Fast X: Scott Eastwood Returning to Fast and Furious as Little Nobody

Scott Eastwood is officially returning to the world of Fast & Furious, as he’ll rejoin the cast of the highly anticipated Fast X. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Eastwood will reprise his role as Little Nobody in the film, a character that first appeared in Fate of the Furious and is a government agent who can be seen with his boss, Kurt Russell’s Mr. Nobody. In the eighth film, Little Nobody helps the crew of Dominic Toretto find Cipher (Charlize Theron), a notorious cyberterrorist who is attempting to initiate a nuclear war. The report didn’t note whether or not Russell would be returning, however.

Robert De Niro, Jamie Foxx, Scott Eastwood and John Leguizamo Join Cult Action Film 'Tin Soldier'

Our newest star-studded, fictitious cult film is on the way. Deadline reports that out-of-nowhere action flick Tin Soldier has just announced an incredible lineup of Hollywood stars, which will include the likes of Jamie Foxx, Robert De Niro, Scott Eastwood, and John Leguizamo. That’s right, somehow we’ve never heard about this approaching feature, even though these top tier actors were in talks to join - well played Hollywood, well played. On top of the impressive call sheet, Tin Soldier is set to be directed by thriller aficionado Brad Furman, who was the eye behind the 2011 hit crime drama, The Lincoln Lawyer. He also penned the script and will co-direct alongside his long-time collaborator, Jess Fuerst. Furman’s latest project will see the multi-hyphenated creative reunite with Leguizamo, as the two previously teamed up to work on 2016’s The Infiltrator.

Jamie Foxx, Scott Eastwood, Robert De Niro, John Leguizamo Set For Action Movie ‘Tin Soldier’, Filming Begins Next Week — Cannes Market Hot Pic

Click here to read the full article. EXCLUSIVE: The starry indie film packages keep on coming in Cannes with news we can reveal that Oscar winner Jamie Foxx (Spider-Man: No Way Home), Oscar winner Robert De Niro (Joker), Scott Eastwood (The Fate of the Furious) and John Leguizamo (John Wick) are set for under-the-radar action movie Tin Soldier, which begins filming next week in Greece. Tin Soldier tells the story of The Bokushi (Foxx), who preaches to hundreds of veterans who have been drawn to the promise of protection and purpose under him. Surrounded by his devout military-trained followers, he has...

L.A. Rams Recruit Josh Holloway, Scott Eastwood, Tyrese Gibson and Dennis Quaid for Heist-Themed Short Film

“Everything has changed. Everyone wants what we have. We have to protect what’s ours. The only question is…are you ready?” Dennis Quaid delivers that line as a voiceover in the opening moments of On the Clock, a new branded short film from Super Bowl LVI champs, the Los Angeles Rams. The Paul Hunter-directed clip stars Quaid opposite Josh Holloway, Scott Eastwood and Tyrese Gibson in a clip that plays like a Hollywood heist picture. Meant to kick off the Rams’ offseason brand campaign, the release is timed to this week’s NFL Draft activities in Las Vegas. Sin City figures prominently in...
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Suicide Squad Alum Scott Eastwood Explains How Dad Clint Eastwood Influenced His Decision Not To Return For The Sequel

The DC movies have been on a roll over the past few years, but the first few installments were somewhat bumpy rides. David Ayer’s 2016 blockbuster Suicide Squad failed to resonate with audiences, with the filmmaker citing studio interference for blurring his original vision. And franchise alum Scott Eastwood has explained how his father Clint Eastwood influenced his decision not to return for The Suicide Squad.

Clint Eastwood Advised His Son, Scott Eastwood to Decline The Suicide Squad Sequel

Scott Eastwood's Suicide Squad character, Lieutenant GQ Edwards, could have been in The Suicide Squad, if not for some advice from Eastwood's father, he said in a new interview. When Warner Bros. invited Eastwood, whose father is Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood, to join the cast of James Gunn's sequel to David Ayer's 2016 supervillain team-up, he wasn't sure what to do. So he called his dad, got a little clarity, and ultimately bowed out. And let's be honest: that decision almost certainly saved Lt. Edwards's life, considering what happened to most of the returning characters in The Suicide Squad.