The 89-year-old actor-director also explains why he continued to work at Warner Bros. Studios, despite a wildfire that came very close to the lot last month.
Ellen describes the November 10 blaze, known as the Barham brush fire, as a “really bad fire that came really close to the lot,” adding that “air quality was so bad that everyone evacuated.”
“I was coming back down to do some work at a sound stage and I saw all this smoke going. And I’m getting closer and closer and its Warner Bros. and its smoke and I got almost up there and I thought, the whole studio’s burning down, maybe I’ll go in and see if I can retrieve something,” Clint explains. “So we went on the sound stage and started working and we forgot about it and… everybody said, ‘The studio’s been evacuated!’ And I said, ‘We’re not evacuated, we’re here working!’”
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