Director Clint Eastwood is going a different direction for his next movie. Clint Eastwood ignores liberal Hollywood and casts three real American heroes to play themselves in his next project.
On August 23rd, Spencer Stone, Anthony Sadler and Alek Scarlatos spoke to reporters after they just finished stopping an Islamic terrorist that was on a train moving from Belgium to France. The train had up to 550 passengers. During the confrontation, Spencer was hurt. At the interview he had his arm in a sling and a black eye.
When it started, these were just three friends from Sacramento who were traveling. They were seeing Europe and enjoying themselves when terrorists attacked.
Anthony had some advice for the audience. If you ever happen to be in a situation like this, your only option is to act. Hiding is not something you can do. Your only defense is to take action.
The terrorist on the French train went to Syria and joined Caliphate.
In an awesome move, Clint Eastwood is now casting the three American bad*sses to play themselves in a movie that tells the story of the attack.
Per Fox News:
Clint Eastwood cast the three California men who thwarted a terror attack on a French train in 2015 to play themselves in a film about their heroics, the film’s studio announced Tuesday.
Airman 1st Class Spencer Stone, Oregon National Guardsman Alek Skarlatos and civilian Anthony Sadler, all childhood friends from California, will star in “The 15:17 to Paris,” a film based on the book they co-wrote about taking down a terrorist, Warner Bros. said in a statement.
The film, which began production this week, follows the lives of the three friends from childhood to the evening when they helped subdue the man who opened fire inside a train traveling from Amsterdam to Paris.
This is not your every day "based on a true story." It will be awesome to see what Clint Eastwood puts together with these real American heroes. Someone in Hollywood has some sense. This proves it when Clint Eastwood ignores liberal Hollywood and casts three heroes who deserve the fame.