Let's get this out of the way, first: Yes, endorsing Mitt Romney for president does make Clint Eastwood significantly less cool - which is to say, still cooler than YOU... just not by as much.*
Anyway, here's the trailer for "Trouble With The Curve," aka "The Anti-Moneyball."
I could've sworn Clint had retired in front of the camera, but even without that it feels bizzare to see him acting in a movie he didn't direct. However, the director Robert Lorenz has been Clint's producing-partner and assistant director for a LONG time, so you can't help but wonder who's doing what day-to-day/scene-to-scene.
So... looks a little saccharine, to be sure, but hell of a cast: Timberlake has by now solidly proven himself the real-deal, Amy Adams, John Goodman, Robert Patrick, Matthew Lillard? Good lineup for something that will mainly be seen on constant replay at your local VFW Hall about six months after it comes out.
*It's not so much about Romney being a douchebag (he is, though, I had to suffer through him as Governor) or the Republican Party wholeheartedly embracing the villain-role in THE Civil Rights struggle of the 21st Century as it is that it's just so... boring. 90-something Hollywood legend pulling writer/director/star/composer duties on grim dramas like a 20-something indie kid? Atypical. Different. Cool. Aging crusty cowboy dude votes Republican? Expected. Cliche. Dull. Not cool.