Clint Eastwood Says ‘There’s Work To Be Done’ As Wildfire Approaches, Refuses To Leave Studio

That's right, wildfire, it's not Clint Eastwood that should be scared of you.

It is you, the destructive and all-powerful force of nature, that should be scared of the 89-year-old Clint Eastwood.

This man doesn't play around, and he's obviously here to make sure whatever he's working on gets made.

For years we've known one thing:


Clint Eastwood is a total badass.

Whether it was a sandy, Western town or the mean streets of San Fransisco, criminals and outlaws alike learned not to mess with The Man With No Name.

Or Dirty Harry.

And although we always knew not to mess with his characters, it seems we shouldn't mess with him either.


Because whether you're an outlaw trying to steal a treasure, a punk who may or may not feel lucky, or now, a wildfire, Clint Eastwood isn't going to be deterred by you.

Here is an Instagram post sent out by his son recently.

It reads:

"This is from a couple hours ago. Security told us to evacuate the studio. But my 89 year old father said. “No were good, There’s work to be done. “ then we went into the mixing stage and all watched his new movie. As he would say, get back to work and shut up. True story. By the way it was a Saturday"

So yeah, wildfires beware.


Because if you mess with Clint Eastwood's work he'll ignore you.

All we can really do is hope that he never pushes it too far! We want him to stick around as long as possible, that's for sure.