Clint Eastwood’s next film, “Cry Macho,” has landed a release date from Warner Bros. this fall.
“Cry Macho,” which Eastwood directed, produced and stars in, will open in theaters and on HBO Max — for the first month — on October 22, 2021.
The film depends on a book by N. Richard Nash and is a show around a one-time rodeo star and cleaned up horse breeder who, in 1978, takes a job from an ex-boss to bring the man’s young child home and away from his alcoholic mother. Crossing rural Mexico on their back method to Texas, the unlikely pair faces an out of the challenging journey, during which the world-weary horseman may track down his own feeling of reclamation through training the boy being a decent man.
“Cry Macho” likewise stars Eduardo Minett and Dwight Yoakam. The producers close by Clint are Albert S. Bronzed, Tim Moore and Jessica Meier. Scratch Schenk composed the screenplay with the author Nash.
This is Clint Eastwood’s first movie since 2019’s “Richard Jewell” and the first movie wherein he’s featured since 2018’s “The Mule,” which he likewise directed. Eastwood will be 91 when the film is released later this year.
Warner Bros. has effectively released a few brief clips for “Cry Macho” in promotions for HBO Max, and the film will debut simultaneously on HBO Max when it drops in theaters, as has been valid for Warner Bros.’ whole 2021 theatrical release slate.