Scott Eastwood paid tribute to one of his dad’s most iconic movie roles in an eerily authentic Halloween costume — and it’s all for a good cause.
The Suicide Squad star channeled Clint’s famous “Spaghetti Western” getup at Hilarity for Charity’s 5th Annual Variety Show to benefit The Alzheimer’s Association this past weekend.
Dressed in a cowboy hat and cowboy boots, Eastwood draped a brown poncho over his shoulders and chewed on a cigar just like his dad’s character The Man with No Name from classics like A Fist Full of Dollars, For a Few Dollars More and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly.
Asked if Clint gave the outfit his seal of approval, Scott told E! Online, “I sent him a picture. I haven’t heard back; he doesn’t do a lot of texting.”
The actor also revealed the costume was a last-minute decision. “I hadn’t thought about it before I was told it was a costume party, and I said, ‘Well s—, Halloween came early,” he told the website.
Unfortunately, Eastwood won’t have the opportunity to wear the costume out for trick-or-treating. “I gotta go start filming, so I gotta go to work!” he said of his plans for the end of the month.
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The event raised $1.6 million for Alzheimer’s research and has raised over $6.5 million since Rogen and his wife created Hilarity for Charity in 2012, according to a statement from the fundraiser.