Adapting to new norms due to the global pandemic, Scott Eastwood keeps his distance as he covers the August 2020 issue of Esquire México. The magazine links up with the American actor at a local beach in San Clemente, California. Diego Vourakis photographs Eastwood for a feature about his latest movie, The Outpost. Eastwood enjoys the beachy air of the early hours while keeping casual in a camouflage-print jacket and pants from Louis Vuitton. Constanza Alcocer styles him in a pair of Carrera sunglasses as well.
Scott Eastwood Esquire México Photo Shoot
It appeared because we have a company called Made Here, which celebrates the American worker, and we try growing up, in addition to exposing different and unknown – acid industries in the United States that we find fasci – nantes. Everyone has a story to tell and connect with they have been incredible; we look for events that move to others, to make them think and grow.
Eastwood stars in The Outpost alongside Orlando Bloom and Caleb Landry Jones. Rod Lurie directs the war drama, adapting Jake Tapper’s non-fiction book, The Outpost: An Untold Story of American Valor, which details the Battle of Kamdesh. Talking to Esquire México, Eastwood explains that the movie came about in part to the company Made Here, which celebrates the American worker and their stories.
“Everyone has a story to tell and connect with; they have been incredible,” says Eastwood. “We look for events that move to others, to make them think and grow.” As a result, it’s no surprise that the film was well-received by critics and set to premiere at the 2020 South by Southwest Film Festival. However, the COVID-19 pandemic put a snag in those plans. Instead, The Outpost is available by purchase with video on demand, as well as in select theaters.