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Scott Eastwood: Bring on the groupies!

Published 17/05/2015

Scott Eastwood
Scott Eastwood

Scott Eastwood believes any man would struggle with large groups of fans.

The son of megastar Clint is paving his own way in the movie industry, fast becoming known as a bit of a heartthrob.

He graces the screens alongside Britt Robertson in romantic film The Longest Ride and shows off his impressive physique as the new face of Davidoff's Cool Water fragrance. He'll soon be visible on countless billboards and the star realises it will change everything.

"No man is ever prepared for that," he admitted to German magazine Joy when asked if he's ready for all the groupies.

"But if that's what happens, I can live with it!"

As the nature of a love film would have it, there are some steamy scenes in the flick. It might seem awkward to navigate, but Scott is taking it in his stride.

"Practice makes perfect, these days I feel quite good about it!" he smiled. "Action scenes, like rodeo, are still more my thing though."

Scott laughed off that he's completely fearless but added that he really doesn't worry about getting injured, calling himself a typical adrenaline junkie.

"I can't sit still, I'm always on the go. Fishing, surfing, flying, riding... I like to keep busy," he smiled.

But even with all the status of a true action man, Scott isn't afraid to show his soft side. He even admits to crying when he watched romantic Ryan Gosling classic The Notebook.

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