Showing posts with label SCOTT EASTWOOD. Show all posts
Showing posts with label SCOTT EASTWOOD. Show all posts

Monday, March 30, 2015

COSMO & 20TH CENTURY FOX HOST 'THE LONGEST RIDE'

Scott Eastwood And Britt Robertson



This past Saturday, March 28th, Cosmopolitan and 20th Century Fox teamed up for a special fan screening of The Longest Ride at AMC Loews Lincoln Square in NYC. The film was followed by a Q&A with author Nicholas Sparks, stars Scott Eastwood, Britt Robertson, Oona Chaplin, Director George Tillman, Jr, President of Fox 2000 Elizabeth Gabler, and moderated by Cosmopolitan Special Projects Director Laura Brounstein.


 Photo Courtesy Of: Cosmo

Friday, January 03, 2014

SCOTT EASTWOOD IN TOWN & COUNTRY'S TOP 50

Scott Eastwood In Town & Country



Town&Country’s Top 50 Bachelors issue is back, featuring the ruggedly handsome Scott Eastwood. He reflects on the commotion his T&C shirtless photo shoot caused last fall, the lessons his parents taught him, and even the type of woman he likes to date. Also making the cut this year are gentlemen in the following categories: Available Juniors (environmentalist David de Rothschild, musician Theo Spielberg); Kennedy & Single (writer and producer Robert F. Kennedy III, Yale student Jack Schlossberg); Famous & Eligible (actor Ansel Elgort, MSNBC host Ronan Farrow); Cultural Catches (gallerist Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld, Artsy founder Carter Cleveland); Back on the Market (comedian Russell Brand, actor Johnny Depp); Stylish Solos (Alex Mill designer Alex Drexler, producer Andrew Lauren); Serious Players (polo player Nic Roldan, Notre Dame freshman wide receiver Corey Robinson); and Royal & Ready (heir to the British throne Prince Harry of Wales; venture capitalist Lord Edward Spencer-Churchill).




On the commotion his shirtless T&C photo shoot caused:



“I heard some things. But, to be honest, I was in London filming a movie [the World War II drama Fury] and didn’t pay much attention. These things come and go.”



On the lessons his parents taught him:


“My father taught me not to overthink things, that nothing will ever be perfect, so just keep moving and do your best. My mother taught me to be honest, to be selfless, and to touch people in a positive way.”



On the type of woman he likes to date:


“The kind who’s not afraid to be alone, who leaves her phone at home.”