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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.
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?