Scott admitted he is “still single.”
The handsome actor also said his dad is doing great, and that the two work out together. “We went to the gym the other day. It was great.” When Bargh asked who can bench press more, Scott laughed, “I always give it to my dad, always.”
Scott was at the premiere to support director David Ayer, who Scott worked with on the WWII film “Fury” with Brad Pitt. The younger Eastwood called working with Pitt “a dream job.”
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“Sabotage” opens in theaters March 28.
“Extra’s” Renee Bargh caught up with Scott Eastwood at the L.A. premiere of “Sabotage,” where the hunky son of Clint Eastwood talked about his relationship status.