Every day on the news there is evidence that we are living in some dark times. Clint Eastwood calls it the “Pussy Generation”. Which...is a great name. Like, based on the name alone, being part of the “Pussy Generation” doesn’t seem like it would suck.
Of course that’s not how he intended it to mean. But this has become the headline. And the bigger loser out of that is Scott Eastwood.
Clint and Scott cover the new issue of Esquire. It’s their first joint interview. Because no one gives enough of a sh-t about Scott Eastwood for him to have his own cover but they will let him tag along if he can get his dad to come out for it. Still, you can imagine though how excited Scott must have been about that initially, hoping to borrow some attention from his legendary dad. Until his dad decide to go off on the “Pussy Generation” and talk about how people upset about racism need to stop “making a big hoodoo out of it. Just f-cking get over it. It's a sad time in history”.
And now, obviously, his dad and his comments are the story. Nobody’s talking about Scott Eastwood. I considered feeling bad for Scott Eastwood. Those considerations abruptly ended however when I read the full article and came across his remark about his attitude on set – pretty much pumping his own dick for having a better work ethic than the people he’s working with:
“I remember something he told me early on. I don't remember how old I was when you told me this, Dad. But you said, "As an actor, I never went back to my trailer. I always hung out on set and learned." That stuck with me. I'm on this Fast and the Furious movie right now, and everyone goes back to their trailer. I stick around and say, "Why you are setting up the shot like this?" I want to learn.”
EVERYONE GOES BACK TO THEIR TRAILER except for Scott Eastwood. He’s saying this in Esquire under the protection of his Oscar-winning father! So, basically, Scott Eastwood is the tattle-tale son of the school principal? That kid always grew up with a douche-face.
Click here to read the full Esquire article.
PS Terry Richardson shot these pictures. You can imagine the gross factor during that photo shoot.