This should be interesting!
Clint Eastwood's gun-slingin', smack-talkin' tough guy, Dirty Harry, is rumored to be returning to the big screen, but - spoiler alert! - he may not live to see a sixth sequel.
Britain's The Sun newspaper reports that Eastwood, 77, wants his Dirty Harry character - immortalized in five movies - to go out in style.
The ruthless policeman, who uttered the infamous "make my day" line, was first seen in 1971 and made his last appearance in 1988's "The Dead Pool."
In March, Ain't It Cool News reported a rumor that 'Gran Torino,' Eastwood's lastest production for Warner Bros. and Village Roadshow, was indeed this sixth installment in the Dirty Harry series. 'Torino' is slated for a December release.
Tuesday, May 06, 2008
Clint Eastwood aims to revive Dirty Harry in new movie
I bought the very first Dirty Harry film a couple or so years ago. I enjoyed it although I thought by maybe the third film it was starting to lose its punch. Though I have to imagine Dirty Harry Callahan as a 77 year old man. Dirty Harry being the same age as Clint Eastwood, the man who brought him to life. Daily News: