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Clint Eastwood is back in the directing chair for the upcoming movie Gran Torino, which opens in a limited number of theaters this weekend. Warner Bros. Pictures was kind enough to provide us with 31 new photos for the movie, which I've added to the Photo Galleries page.
Clint Eastwood stars as Walt Kowalski in Warner Bros. Pictures’ and Village Roadshow Pictures’ drama "Gran Torino." Photo © 2008 Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc.
As you can see in the caption for the photo above, Eastwood not only directs this movie, but he's the star as well. He plays a retired auto worker and Korean War veteran resents the changes happening in the world around him. His neighbors have either moved away or died, replaced by Hmong immigrants he despises. When a gang forces his shy teenaged neighbor to try to steal his car, Walt gets involved, earning the admiration of his neighbors and the enmity of the gang.
Click the Read link below to view all the photos and posters that we have for the movie, and be sure to check out the Trailers & Videos page to see the trailer. The Information Page has lots more information about the movie as well.
Select theaters have advance showtimes already and are selling tickets online now! During the busy holiday season, the last thing you need to do is stand in line at the box office, so be sure to click on the showtime you want and buy your tickets in advance. You can print your tickets at home and relax while others are still trying to get their popcorn and drinks!
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