Scott Eastwood recollects practising jujutsu with Man Ritchie | Leisure

Scott Eastwood and Guy Ritchie practiced jujutsu together.

The 35-year-old actor, who worked with the director on his latest film, Wrath of Man, has announced that he previously trained with the filmmaker at the London Academy of Mixed Martial Artist Roger Gracie.

Scott shared: “We trained with Roger Gracie in London years ago – this was when I was shooting ‘Fury’. I obviously knew who he was, he had no idea who I was. I was just a different guy up the mat he was would likely suffocate.

“But he’s a gentleman and a great guy. He’s just a good guy all round.”

Scott and Guy, 52, have teamed up again to direct the new action thriller film.

And the Hollywood star has shown that the film is a mixture of American and English styles.

He told ‘On with Mario Lopez’: “We shot it in London and LA.

“It’s interesting because it should be in America while most of the Guy Ritchie films are in London or England … but it still has this cache, this world that it created. But it’s that kind of mix between England and America. It’s very interesting that way. “

‘Wrath of Man’ also stars rapper and actor Post Malone.

Scott enjoyed the experience of working with him and predicted that “we’ll see a lot more of him” in the movie business.

He said, “I want to say that I’m a huge fan of his music. Working with him has been amazing – he’s a total gentleman. He’s a stand-up guy.

“I was very impressed, not just that – he brought it, he brought the heat into the movie. I thought he did it amazing. So I think we’ll see a lot more of him.”

Clint Eastwood: The life story it’s possible you’ll not know | Leisure

Best known for his movie roles as cowboys and cops, the audience first met the tall, silent, handsome Clint Eastwood on the small screen when he played cowboy rowdy Yates on the hit western television series “Rawhide”.

From there, he was the unfathomable “Man Without a Name” who blinked under the sun in Sergio Leone’s western films, and the sinister San Francisco detective in “Dirty Harry” films who posed the famous challenge, “Go ahead, do mine Day.”

With the haunting “Play Misty for Me,” Eastwood first demonstrated that his talent for directing is as abundant as he is for acting. Two of its four Oscars are awards for best director – for “Unforgiven” and “Million Dollar Baby” – and the other two Oscars are awards for best picture won by the same films. As a director, he’s known for sticking to budget and often finishing ahead of schedule. Actors say they enjoy working with Eastwood for his low key and supportive style. “He respects the actor” Morgan Freeman said. He’s also known for filming minimal takes – a take or two, “if you’re lucky,” actors Tim Robbins said of the director.

With decades of work behind him and no sign of slowing down – the nonagenarian is still acting –Forklift Take a look at the accomplishments and events of Eastwood’s life and make a list of 25 facts you may not know. To compile the list, Stacker consulted newspaper and magazine articles, biographies, film archives, footage and reviews, and fan websites.

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