By Rose Quintiliano
Sep 29, 2013 - 3:12:46 AM
HOLLYWOOD—The apple doesn't fall from the tree. The son of Clint Eastwood, Scott Eastwood is taking
Hollywood by storm. The 27-year-old, single, charming man with piercing blue eyes is smoking hot like his dad. Scott has been causing gossip and media outlets to go into a frenzy with his photos in October's issue of Town & Country magazine. The rising star is currently in
London, filming the World War II thriller "Fury," alongside Brad Pitt and Shia LaBeouf.
His pictures in the magazine resemble a very young Clint in the 1960s. According to reports, Scott remained out of the limelight as "Scott Reeves." He spent his childhood commuting between
Hawaii where his mother Jacelyn Reeves, a former flight attendant lives, and
California where his father's estate is in
Carmel. He caught the acting bug from his dad and had his first cameo appearance in 2006 in the film "Flags of Our Fathers." He appeared in several Eastwood flicks including, "Gran Torino." As everyone knows, it's not an overnight success, even if you have a famous last name. It took years of hard work, commitment and determination. At first he went by his mother's name, to make it on his own. It was just five years ago, when he took his famous dad's last name. Scott continues to have a low-profile, but enjoys Instagramming like many of us. Of course, he does the selfies, as he did model for Abercrombie & Fitch. Scott will star as a surfer-turned-Marine in the upcoming murder drama "Dawn Patrol," and another surfer lead in the "The Perfect Wave," due out next spring.
Another hunk is Hugh Jackman, while a little older than Scott Eastwood, still very handsome. In his new movie "Prisoners," Jackman stars as a father on a desperate search for his missing daughter and best friend. The thriller tells the story of the search for two young girls who are kidnapped on Thanksgiving Day. Jackman grows frustrated with the legal system and the police investigation and employs his own methods to find out what happens. It's actually the first film of fall with Oscar aspirations. As he prepared for the film, Jackman thought of his own children going missing. His character in the film struggles with the pace of the police investigation, which is played by Jake Gyllenhaal. The actor who is best known for his role in ”˜Wolverine,’ has been quoted as saying the “filming was intense.”
Which actor is separating from his wife of 11 years? According to published reports, Richard Gere and Carey Lowell, are planning to file for divorce. Page Six, exclusively reveals, Gere, 64, and model/actress,
Lowell, 52, haven't been photographed since the film "Arbitrage," was screened last year. They seemed to have drifted apart. Gere enjoys privacy, quiet and solitude, where the Mrs. enjoys the limelite. Gere is starting production next month in
Philadelphia on the indie movie titled, "Franny," which he plays a hedonistic philanthropist. He will soon be on the market. We all remember him as the hunk in “Pretty Woman.”
Rose’s Scoop: We all know how men love women and cars, so it’s no surprise that soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo is preparing to buy the special edition supercar from Ferrari, a 963 horsepower model called “La Ferrari.” The price for this beautiful car is a whopping $1.3 million. This is a true beauty since any car enthusiast knows that the Italian sports car manufacturer will only produce 499 cars to be sold. This is strictly prohibited for ordinary mortals, however, for Cristiano Ronaldo this is his dream car.
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