The film paints a stunning portrait of aging and a father's complicated relationship with a beloved daughter.
"The project appealed to me in the story and there was a character in there I thought I could play," Eastwood, 82, said. "He's an old man who doesn't want anybody to take care of him."
Eastwood plays Gus Lobel, a baseball scout who decides to bring his daughter, Mickey, (played by Adams) on one final recruiting trip.
Justin Timberlake plays Johnny Flanagan, a rival team's scout. It is set to hit theaters Sept. 21 and is directed by Robert Lorenz.
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