Clint Eastwood's entire family including his 'secret daughter' Laurie pictured for the first time at The Mule premiere
The actor and director was accompanied by ex wife Maggie Johnson and his current girlfriend Christina Sandera among other family members
Clint Eastwood had a large and very special support team on Monday night at the Los Angeles premiere of his new movie titled 'The Mule'. The veteran actor and director was joined by many members of his family, who turned up to support him as he returned as an actor on screen after a hiatus of six years.
Clint was accompanied by his daughter Alison Eastwood and her husband Stacy Poitras; his sons Scott Eastwood and Kyle Eastwood; granddaughter Graylen Eastwood; his first wife Maggie Johnson and his current girlfriend Christina Sandera.
Clint also posed for a memorable pic with his ‘secret daughter’ Laurie, who he allegedly fathered during a past affair.
The family was full of smiles as they stood and posed for the photographers present at the Regency Village Theatre. The Oscar winner was seen wearing a green blazer, blue dress shirt, dark pants, and a tie.
Eastwood was seen standing next to Johnson to whom he was married between the years 1953 and 1984 and alongside Sandera who he has been dating since the year 2014. Both he and Sandera stood side by side holding hands. The Eastwood brothers and Stacy Poitras all sported blazers. Alison Eastwood also stars in the film 'The Mule' and was seen looking absolutely stunning. Granddaughter Graylen wore a white belted blouse and black skirt.
'The Mule' marks Clintwood's return to the industry after his last role in the year 2012 in the movie 'Trouble with the Curve'. In this movie, Clint plays Earl Stone, an unassuming man who gets caught up in drug trafficking.
The film is based on a true story of Leo Sharp, who who became the country's oldest drug mule when he got busted for cocaine trafficking at the age of 87 years in 2011.
Sharp would smuggle in cocaine for the Mexican drug lord El Chapo and the notorious Sinaloa cartel. Currently, Clint is pulling a triple duty on the film, and aside from starring, he is also directing and producing his return to the big screen. 'The Mule' will hit the theaters on December 14.
As reported by ET Online, Eastwood also explained why he chose to tell the compelling story and said, "I just read the script and I was curious about it, about the real guy. Nobody knows much about him, really. So this story isn't about him ... but we're guessing as to what it is."