These two actors are known for their action-packed roles and they definitely looked the part while spotted on set in Los Angeles. Jason Statham, a British actor at 52 years old, and Scott Eastwood, a 33-year-old American heartthrob, were gearing up for their next project with director Guy Ritchie. The film, titled Cash Truck, promises to be another thrilling addition to their resumes.
Jason Statham and Scott Eastwood were spotted on the set of their upcoming movie, Cash Truck, in Los Angeles. The two action stars looked focused and ready for work. Jason was visibly sweating through his beige bomber jacket, with dark spots on the chest area. He paired the jacket with a plain white T-shirt, skinny black jeans, and beige suede dress shoes. On set, he was seen walking alongside 51-year-old filmmaker Guy Ritchie. These men mean business, and we can’t wait to see them in action on the big screen.
Jason, who is 52 years old, looked like he was putting in the effort as he had worked up a sweat. It was clear from the dark stains on the chest area of his beige bomber jacket that he had been busy.
While on set, Bond was observed strolling alongside Ritchie, a 51-year-old director.
Jason was spotted hanging out with his co-stars Holt McCallany and Jeffrey Donovan, indicating a good working relationship between the three. Interestingly, Jason and Holt had previously worked together in the 2000 hit movie Snatch. In the meantime, Scott appeared to be ready for some action as he sported a black riot squad outfit complete with padded plastic armor on his chest, arms, shoulders, and thighs. He looked dashing with his brown hair combed to the side and his chiseled jaw accentuated by a considerable amount of scruff. The forthcoming film revolves around a mysterious character named H played by Statham, who works at a cash truck company responsible for transporting millions of dollars around LA.
“Always prioritize protection” – Scott, 33, was geared up for action in a black riot squad outfit complete with padded plastic armor on the chest, shoulders, arms, and thighs. The upcoming film boasts a star-studded cast featuring Josh Hartnett, Hold McClanney, Laz Alonso, Jason Wong, Jeffery Donovan, Niamh Algar, and Josh Cowdery. The screenplay for the movie was written by Ritchie, adapted from the 2004 French film “Le Convoyeur,” which was originally written by Nicolas Boukhrief. Although no official release date has been announced yet, Cash Truck is currently being produced by Miramax and will be domestically distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
In the past, it is evident that Stahtam and Ritchie had a solid professional bond as they collaborated on the successful movie Snatch in 2000.