Clint Eastwood's son, Scott Eastwood, is warming up the winter season with his new spread in Town & Country magazine as it features the 50 Top Bachelors in the world. The annual Top 50 Bachelors issue was the second spread of the Hollywood hunk; he was featured in October 2013 issue that somehow helped boost the actor's popularity into the mainstream.
Thanks to his chiseled abs and good looks, Scott definitely inherited his father's famous charm and that makes us all wonder what's in store for him for 2014. He is obviously hot and with the right talent to back him up, he is on his way of becoming the next Brad Pitt of this generation.
When asked about his reaction about his last year's spread the 27-year-old actor wasn't aware of the viral reverberation of his cover photo and the girls virtually drooling on his spread.
"I heard some things," says Scott about the commotion of the magazine's October issue. "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."
But the actor doesn't mind the instant success and the new found fame; he said his father taught him well on how to keep everything in perspective. "My father taught me not to overthink things, that nothing will ever be perfect, so just keep moving and do your best," said Eastwood. "My mother taught me to be honest, to be selfless, and to touch people in a positive way."
The actor is now currently working with Brad Pitt in their latest movie "Fury" in London and he can definitely learn a thing or two from one of the world's most successful actor. The young Eastwood is making Pitts career an inspiration not only because "he's a great actor, but because he's proactive about developing material and getting stuff made."
When asked what he can say about his co-star, the actor couldn't help but admire the A-list star. "A kind and humble person, which is everything in this world," says Scott about Brad.