Sofia Coppola wants Clint Eastwood to see her remake

Apparently she didn’t make his day calendar.

Weeks after apropos the second lady in story to win Best Director at the Cannes Film Festival, “Beguiled” executive Sofia Coppola says she hasn’t listened back from Clint Eastwood, who starred in the strange Don Siegel destined chronicle of the film in 1971.

“No we haven’t,” Coppola told us at the film’s New York premiere on the Lower East Side. “We invited him, but we haven’t listened back.”

Eastwood could not be reached for comment.

Sofia Coppola second lady to win Best Director at Cannes

Coppola’s take on Eastwood’s 1971 film pulls a notable switcharoo in the Civil War epoch play about a infantryman who deserts the Union army and hides out in a Southern boarding school for girls.

Clint Eastwood arrives for the National Board of Review celebration on Jan 6, 2015.

Clint Eastwood arrives for the National Board of Review celebration on Jan 6, 2015.

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“I suspicion it would be engaging to retell it from the womanlike characters’ indicate of perspective since it’s about a organisation of women and the Don Siegel film was told from a male indicate of view, so we was curious,” she said.

Coppola also opted to make labour a obtuse issue in her version.

“I felt the worker characters in the strange was very stereotypical and we didn’t wish to execute a black impression that way,” she said.

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