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What’s being touted as 93-year-old actor/filmmaker Clint Eastwood’s potential final film, “Juror #2,” will reportedly wrap production in the next day or so according to World of Reel.

Nicholas Hoult, Toni Collette, Kiefer Sutherland, Leslie Bibb and Zoey Deutch star in the film which unfolds during a murder trial. The project was shooting in Georgia in June and early July until the actor’s strike halted the production.

The project reportedly had ten days left to film, and from the looks of it they managed to get going on it quickly after the strike was called off. Eastwood also famously works fast.

Hoult plays a juror who has a serious moral dilemma – he realises he killed the victim in a reckless driving accident. Now he must sway the jury verdict to try to save the innocent defendant – all without incriminating himself in the process.

The project will mark Eastwood’s fortieth film as director in a career that has yielded films like “Unforgiven,” “Mystic River,” “Gran Torino,” “Million Dollar Baby,” “American Sniper,” “A Perfect World,” “The Outlaw Josey Wales,” “Letters from Iwo Jima,” “High Plains Drifter,” “Heartbreak Ridge,” “True Crime,” “Firefox,” “Play Misty for Me,” “Absolute Power,” and “The Bridges of Madison County”.

Warner Bros. Pictures will release the project which could potentially be marketed on the fact of it being Clint’s “final film” – though whether it will be isn’t clear yet.

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