Scott Eastwood Might Be The Male Version Of Gwyneth Paltrow

There’s something about good-looking men in their late twenties aboard boats that (to borrow a phrase from Truvy Jones) “really melts my butter.”

Scott Eastwood, 27, covers October’s Town & Country magazine, showing us that from humble beginnings come great things, including a superb bone structure, the company of models in Hermes scarves, and the right to say kind-of douchey things.

“People assumed that I would have everything handed to me, but that couldn’t be further from the truth,” Eastwood insists.

Clint Eastwood has seven children, one of whom is really, really, really, ridiculously good-looking.  That child is Scott, who grew up in Hawaii and played bit parts in some of his dad’s movies.

Wait!  He also co-owns a bar in San Diego and developed Eastwood Whiskey, using water from his father’s Carmel land (I don’t know why that’s important to point out).

“The only way to drink it,” Little Eastwood says, “is neat.”


Eastwood stars next in Dawn Patrol and Fury, a WWII flick co-starring Brad Pitt and Shia LaBeouf, but he insists he’s had to work hard for the money.

“I want to be a man’s man—not a kid actor or a glitzy pop star but a no-bullshit leading man,” Eastwood told the magazine.

Listen, Chris Pine had to pay his dues before achieving greatness in This Means War.  You’re no different, amigo.