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Clint Eastwood Makes Our Day At Warner Bros. Theater Grand Opening [VIDEO + PHOTOS]

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When we heard Warner Bros. had gifted the National Museum of American History $5 million to revamp its auditorium, we were excited.

But, when we heard Clint Eastwood would be in Washington, D.C., to help open the new "Warner Bros. Theater," we were all over that like Dirty Harry on Scorpio.

And all we can say is that Clint was amazing. ...

Since we've heard Mr. Eastwood is not real into traditional red carpet interviews, which we 100% understand, we thought we'd dress up in fun clothes and be extra bubbly.

Luckily, he appreciated our flamboyance.

He said he was happy to see us. (Probably because a lot of other reporters were asking him boring, Washington-style questions. Blah!) 

We told him he was super-hot (and he is way smokin' IRL). Then -- since he has six decades of experience -- we asked him for some advice for our friends that are trying to climb to the top in Hollywood.

[Watch our video on Blip!]

After the red carpet arrivals, Barry Meyer, chairman and CEO of Warner Bros., did the ribbon cutting. Then, the national museum awarded Clint with the James Smithson Bicentennial Medal for his "distinguished contributions in film."

We really enjoyed the entire shindig, which brought a ton of pop and power to our Nation's Capital.

Did you miss the event? No worries! You can see the theater, too. In fact, it will be a showcase for American film with mostly free programs, beginning Feb. 4, with a Humphrey Bogart tribute. Then, in June, it will feature a special Clint series of films.

For more info, please visit the National Museum of American History's website.

Now, go ahead, make our day.


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VIDEO: Clint Eastwood does grand opening of Warner Bros. Theater at the National Museum of American History


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