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Clint Eastwood Refuses To Evacuate Studio As Wildfire Approaches Saying "There's Work To Be Done"

Clint Eastwood refused to leave the studio despite the wildfire approaching and being told to evacuate
November 11, 2019 - 14:30 / Sarah Schulz

The 89-year-old Oscar winner didn't leave the studio as he kept working despite security telling him to evacuate. His son, Scott Eastwood posted about the situation on Instagram. 

Clint Eastwood's son, Scott Eastwood took to Instagram to share a video of the wildfires raging in the Hollywood Hills near the Warner Bros. Studios lot. Security had evacuated everyone there, except well, Clint Eastwood. Scott Eastwood's caption read, "This is from a couple hours ago. Security told us to evacuate the studio. But my 89 year old father said. “No were good, There’s work to be done.""

Clint Eastwood refuses to evacuate Warner Bros. Studios

The caption continued with, "then we went into the mixing stage and all watched his new movie @richardjewellfilm As he would say, get back to work and shut up. *True story*," before noting that it was a Saturday. 

Clint Eastwood's upcoming film, Richard Jewell is about the events surrounding the Centennial Olympic Park bombing during the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. The storyline focuses on a security guard named Richard Jewell who finds a pipe bomb and notifies authorities. Initially, he is a hero and then becomes the prime suspect until the FBI clears his name 88 days later. The movie is hits theatres on December 13th.  You can watch the trailer below... 

Richard Jewell Official Trailer