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So a lot of rural life, a lot of the outdoors, away from the big city elements, a little more old-school. There's one scene in particular that's not shy about making the connection between bull-riding and sex.

Luke is pretty much the quintessential Southern gentleman. And my dad [Clint Eastwood] had a ranch in far northern California. George [Tillman, Jr., the director] was pretty adamant about wanting to make the scene where Luke's teaching me about bull-riding like he was teaching me how to have sex. He was in that scene with the monitor in his hand, and he was a driving force.

I have two pieces of art in my house that were created by Jack Binder.

I got them around the time that we shot this movie, so I think I was a little inspired by it.

Clint thankfully describes the complicated relationship working fathers need to navigate: ESQ: Clint, your father retired when he was sixty and died at sixty-four. I always hung out on set and learned." That stuck with me. Ultimately, however, Scott values his father's hard-ass attitude and the work ethic it's given him. But he's onto something, because secretly everybody's getting tired of political correctness, kissing up. ESQ: Does anyone want you two to do a film together? CE: People call up and say, "There's a good role for your son in there, too." And I'll say, "Well, that's fine, but let's see what the main thing is first."SE: Well, Dad, they used to say to me forever, "Hey, there's a great role for you in this film if you could just get your dad to say yes to the other role." Jeez, guys, come on.9. " He'll say, "Because I never let the old man in." And there's truth to that. Now you've read that, here's a photograph of Scott shirtless, just for good measure.

Speaking of the difference in his parents' different techniques he said: SE: She was definitely a little more understanding. Finally Clint gives the answer to ever lasting youth, which includes no botox, serums or surgery.

She is the ex-wife of actor/director Clint Eastwood. In 1998, as Dina Ruiz Eastwood, she was host of the television show A Quest for Excellence, produced by the California Teachers Association and featuring students, teachers, and administrators and their daily challenges, as well as celebrity interviews.

In 2012, she starred in a reality television series about her life, Mrs. Eastwood made brief appearances as a reporter in two of her husband's films, True Crime (1999) and Blood Work (2002).


I did a lot of research into the art world for the role, working with a woman at UNCW.[S]he was doing an interview with me…[and] we got along really well and I guess we flirted a little bit because she took the film back to KSBW and one of her associates said, 'You're going to marry him.' Then we were attending a function out at Spanish Bay and [one of the hosts] said, 'Do you mind sitting with Dina Ruiz?



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