Marshall Teague, who stars in the forthcoming film “Last Ounce of Courage,” defended Clint Eastwood’s appearance at the Republican National Convention last week.
“The man has turned out some of the greatest projects in the world, and the last thing that they expected was for Clint Eastwood to stand up in front of the RNC and take a stand. Because Hollywood doesn’t,” Teague, who conversed with an empty chair, told The Daily Caller. “They only stand for who’s going to give them their next job.
Teague’s film is scheduled to be released Sept. 14.
“If you don’t take their stand, then they don’t like you,” he said of Hollywood. “Clint has been around long enough and is strong enough that he doesn’t care.”
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