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One of actor Clint Eastwood's remarks at the Republican National Convention that caught my attention was when he explained, "There are a lot of conservative people, a lot of moderate people, Republicans, Democrats, in Hollywood. It is just that the conservative people by the nature of the word itself play closer to the vest. They do not go around hot dogging it ... but they are there, believe me, they are there" ("Obama's Hollywood defectors," Comment & Analysis, Sept. 5).
Three weeks ago, Clint Eastwood shared the spotlight with a single chair.
A wickedly dark comic streak breaks up the vivid violence and relentless bleakness of "Dredd 3D."
Clint Eastwood's speech during the Republican National Convention was a tour de force ("Clint Eastwood adds Hollywood glitter to GOP gathering," Web, Aug. 30). The phrase "crazy like a fox" comes to mind as liberal pundits still labor to understand Mr. Eastwood's sense of humor, while the real import of his performance soaks in.
It's already a cultural force. Clint Eastwood's "empty chair" moment at the Republican National Convention drew Democratic derision but inspired enthusiastic Republicans. It's all a matter of "Eastwooding."
Clint Eastwood said the idea to use an empty seat as a prop at the Republican National Convention was a spur-of-the-moment decision when someone backstage asked him if he wanted to sit down.
Clint Eastwood said the idea to use an empty seat as a prop at the Republican National Convention was a spur-of-the-moment decision when someone backstage asked if he wanted to sit down.
Actress Eva Longoria says her speech to the Democratic convention will be very different from Clint Eastwood's speech to Republicans.
A week after Clint Eastwood's appearance at the Republican National Convention, mocking continues about the Hollywood veteran's peculiar, rambling conversation with an imaginary President Obama in an empty chair, raising the question: Will his latest film also be playing to empty seats when it debuts this month?