In a refreshing break from today’s generation of perpetual whiners forever in search of a “safe space,” the son of Hollywood legend Clint Eastwood took to social media to thank his father for “kicking my ass.”
An act Scott Eastwood, 29, attributed to making him a man.
Eastwood posted a throwback photograph Wednesday on Instagram of him sitting at a pool with his dad as a teenager — he has 1.1 million followers on the social media platform.
“Throwback to when I was a punk,” Eastwood wrote.
“My dad whipped me into shape,” he added. “Made me into a man. Love you pops. Thanks for kicking my ass.”
The son shares the same chiseled good looks his father had as a young man, to include that iconic Clint Eastwood stare, and has been appearing in films since 2006 in an effort to follow in the legendary actor’s footprints.
A tall task indeed.
A photo posted by Scott Eastwood (@scotteastwood) on
The younger Eastwood is expected to “join a handful of A-list talent including Ben Affleck, Zoe Saldana, and Will Smith, among others” in a number of films in 2016, according to the Daily Mail..
He’ll also appear in the much anticipated film about CIA agent Edward Snowden, who leaked top-secret information about NSA surveillance activities.
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