“Gran Torino,” a movie named after the 1972 Ford muscle car, opened in Australia and New Zealand


Thursday 22nd January 2009

“Gran Torino,” a movie named after the 1972 Ford muscle car, opened in Australia and New Zealand. The critically acclaimed film, which starred Clint Eastwood as a retired Detroit autoworker, had opened across the U.S. earlier that month and later premiered around the rest of the world, eventually grossing more than $263 million, making it among Eastwood’s most commercially successful movies.


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