Clint Eastwood fans went bananas after this streaming platform inexplicably chose to cancel these classic movies

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Clint Eastwood is one of the few bona fide movie stars who has displayed the courage and conviction to stand up to the woke Hollywood elites.

And doing so has only seemed to strengthen his career. 

But Clint Eastwood fans went bananas after this streaming platform inexplicably chose to cancel these classic movies.

The looming end of an era

At the age of 94, Clint Eastwood is currently producing and directing Juror No. 2 for Warner Bros.

It is being reported that the movie will be the Unforgiven star’s final film.

According to IMDB, the movie is a courtroom thriller following a “family man” juror, Justin Kemp, during a major court case.

“While serving as a juror in a high-profile murder trial, (Kemp) finds himself struggling with a serious moral dilemma… one he could use to sway the jury verdict and potentially convict, or free the wrong killer,” IMDB’s synopsis reads.

Making Kemp’s moral struggle even more complicated is the fact that he may very well be the one who needs to stand trial.

The role of juror Kemp will be played by Nicholas Hoult, who is known for his roles in Renfield and The Menu, and is currently voicing the character of Jon Arbuckle in Chris Pratt’s The Garfield Movie.

Along with Hoult, Juror No. 2 features Toni Collette, Kiefer Sutherland, Leslie Bibb, J.K. Simmons, Zoey Deutch, Gabriel Basso, and Chris Messina.

Regardless, if you want to actually see Eastwood on screen, there are plenty of options to see the films he’s starred in since the mid-1950s on various streaming services. 

But despite currently working with the man who once stood on stage at a Republican National Convention and called then-President Barack Obama an empty chair, Warner Bros. Discovery is about to break up a classic Eastwood trilogy. 

No longer available

Subscribers to the Max streaming platform (formerly known as HBO Max), can currently enjoy what’s known as the Dollars trilogy. 

The Dollars trilogy was originally released between 1964 and 1966 and consists of the movies, A Fist Full of Dollars, For A Few Dollars More and The Good the Bad and The Ugly

The spaghetti westerns directed by Italian Sergio Leone follow The Man With No Name – played by Eastwood – in his various dangerous adventures in Mexico. 

However, if you’re wanting to marathon view the Dollars trilogy, you better act fast. 

The first two movies in the series, A Fist Full of Dollars and For A Few Dollars More will be leaving Max at the end of June. 

There is currently no word on where the movies will air once they’re no longer available to stream on Max. 

But The Good the Bad and The Ugly will remain on Max.

Effectively, Warner Bros. Discovery has decided for some reason to split up the Dollar trilogy at the end of the month. 

So, for all the Eastwood fans reading, get your popcorn ready, grab your favorite cold beverage and set about seven hours aside and enjoy A Fist Full of Dollars, For A Few Dollars More and The Good the Bad and The Ugly, back-to-back-to-back while you still can. 

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