Clint Eastwood embodies the story of an American hero

11.11.2019     /     News author: Oksana

Clint Eastwood embodies the story of an American hero
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At almost 90, Clint Eastwood does not give up his efforts to bring the stories of anonymous heroes to the big screen. In fact, Clint Eastwood new movie, Richard Jewell, has the title of the security guard who frustrated the attack of the Olympic Games in Atlanta in 1996. The film, which will hit theaters next January 1, premieres now new trailer.

As can be seen in the preview, Jewell discovered the bomb and managed to evacuate the enclosure saving hundreds of lives. However, that event was only the beginning of the misfortunes that the guard would later suffer.

Far from being considered a hero, he was accused by the United States police of having caused the incident. In the absence of evidence and taking advantage of Jewell's candor, security forces tried to create false evidence that incriminate him. Conspiracy that also had the support of the press.

The film is starring Oscar winners Sam Rockwell (Three Ads Outside) in the role of Watson Bryant and Kathy Bates (Misery, TV series American Horror Story) playing Bobby, Richard's mother; Jon Hamm (Baby Driver) as the chief inspector of the FBI; Olivia Wilde (Like life itself) as Kathy Scruggs, the reporter for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution; and Paul Walter Hauser (Yo, Tonya ') who embodies Richard Jewell.

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