"The Mule" With Clint Eastwood & Bradley Cooper Follows 80 Year Old Smuggler

Back in 2014, Clint Eastwood and Bradley Cooper dropped off their war-drama American Sniper. The duo will return, this time with Eastwood additionally starring, for a brand new movie based mostly on a real story. Entitled The Mule, Eastwood’s newest drama attracts affect from the story of  World War II veteran Leo Sharp. Sharp was the oldest identified drug mule, transferring cocaine for the Sinaloa Cartel till his arrest in 2011 on the age of 87.

According to Variety, Eastwood will play a personality named Earl Stone, the reimagined model of Sharp. Bradley Cooper will play a DEA agent, whereas Laurence Fishburne, Dianne Wiest, and Michael Pena spherical out the forged. A brand new trailer for The Mule was launched this weekend, and it is full of sorrow and introspection. 

“I used to be a horrible father and a horrible husband,” states Eastwood within the trailer. “Family’s a very powerful factor, don’t do what I did.” The regretful reflections hang-out your entire trailer, which opens with a police officer approaching Eastwood’s character. Already pulled over on the facet of the highway, and hurriedly getting ready to cover cocaine in his trunk, Eastwood’s Earl Stone is caught off guard when a drug canine picks one thing up. The Mule hits theaters on December 14.