Scott Eastwood on the creation of “The Outpost”

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Scott Eastwood plays a true medal winner in his latest film “The Outpost”. But he almost did not accept this role.

“To be honest, I was very shy about playing this role because I had already made a few war movies,” Eastwood told ABC News. “I have done it several times. I have played a soldier several times. And I sort of said, I don’t know. I think I have exhausted this genre. “

PHOTO: Scott Eastwood in a scene from “The Outpost”. (21st century)

Peter Travers “” And there came out an incredible amount of heroism from ordinary people. The people who were asked to do something that was not possible. Not just the two Congressional medals that were awarded at the Battle of Kamdesh, but 37 purple hearts. “” Data-reactid = “31”> “When I looked at the story, I realized that there was a lot more, that it was a huge military error,” said Eastwood during from an appearance in “Popcorn with Peter Travers”. “And there came out an incredible amount of heroism from ordinary people. People who were asked to do something that was not possible. Not just the two Congressional medals that were awarded at the Battle of Kamdesh, but 37 purple hearts. ”

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“The Outpost” can be seen in some cinemas and it is broadcast online.

Scott Eastwood on the creation of “The Outpost” originally appeared on goodmorningamerica.com “data-reactid =” 35 “>Scott Eastwood on the creation of “The Outpost” originally appeared on goodmorningamerica.com

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