The actor talks about his gay fans, porn spinoffs and filming steamy sex scenes
There is just no denying that Scott Eastwood is one sexy song of a gun. (If you dare deny it, then we have the photographic evidence to prove you totally wrong). But who knew that Clint Eastwood’s flawless spawn was such an open-minded young sport?
All-around ovaries-burster Scott Eastwood gave an interview to Pride Source on Tuesday, and the total stud started off by sharing his full support for marriage equality. Attaboy!
“I support gay marriage and the whole bit,” he said. “I think everybody should be able to be with who they want to be with. My dad is the same way. He’s a total Libertarian — everyone leave everyone alone. Everyone live their own private life. And why does everyone gotta be all up in arms about it?”
The stylish and athletic 29-year-old actor has already played a sexy surfer (The Perfect Wave) and a scorching hot bull-rider (The Longest Ride), so he’s already on the fast track to reaching the top of our all-time sexiest wet dream fantasy list. And it looks like the feelings could be mutual.
“Fans are fans, and gay men are great,” Scott Eastwood said. The dreamboat has just joined the cast of the forthcoming DC Comics blockbuster, Suicide Squad, where he’ll play Wonder Woman’s love interest. Some girls have all the luck. Just think if you were to marry him, you’d become like the new princess of Hollywood!
Eastwood also opened up and said he’s totally game to go camping in Brokeback Mountain and play gay (“If it’s a great script and a great director, then yeah”), he would like to see some of his movies as porn spinoffs (“That would be amazing. Why not?”) and he shared his thoughts on filming steamy sex scenes: “You see a little bit of action, right? And that’s what makes a good sex scene,” he said. “Not too much. You don’t wanna give it all away. You gotta leave something to the imagination.”
"I think about him all the time," he wrote. "We had such a good time for so long and we were crammed together for so long that we did have our squabbles, but I think people misunderstood me not going to that funeral. It was nothing about that. It was just too… emotional and I wouldn’t be able to handle it."—David Spade. [x]