Scott Eastwood joins "Fury"

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Morgan Freeman and Matt Damon star in this Clint Eastwood-directed film, which tells the inspiring true story of Nelson Mandela's efforts to unite his country while President of South Africa in the mid-1990's. Following the apartheid era, Mandela is faced with a society ruled by racial tension and prejudice. He embarks on a series of initiatives that he hopes will unite the citizens of his country. One of these involves joining forces with François Pienaar (Damon), Captain of South Africa's rugby team. The predominantly black citizenry had previously rooted against their home Springboks, which is comprised of nearly all white men. By allying himself with Pienaar, Mandela hopes the country will come together and support their team as they ready to compete for the 1995 World Cup.
August 27th, 2013

Scott Eastwood has been cast alongside Brad Pitt in World War II epic 'Fury'.

The young actor - who is the son of legendary actor-and-director Clint Eastwood - is the latest addition to the David Ayer-directed war film, which will also star Shia LaBeouf and Logan Lerman, according to Deadline.

The Sony Pictures production is the true story of an army commander - to be played by Pitt - and his crew members who go behind enemy lines in their tank just as Nazi Germany collapses at the end of the war in 1945.

Eastwood has been cast in the role of Sergeant Miles, while Lerman will play a young, inexperienced crew member, Normal Ellison, who is thrown into the role of being a tank gunner.

Other stars cast in the movie include 'The Walking Dead' actor Jon Bernthal and Michael Pena.

Writer-and-director Ayer is helming the picture based on his own script.

Eastwood has previously had roles in his father's films, 'Invictus', 'Gran Torino' and 'Flags of Our Fathers'.

The young prodigy recently wrapped filming on two independent movies, 'Dawn Patrol' and 'Walk of Fame', as well as a two-episode stint on TV drama 'Chicago Fire'.