Scott Eastwood may have a booming career now, but he doesn't see it that way.
In fact, the 30-year-old actor, who starred in this summer's Suicide Squad and will next be seen on the big screen in Snowden, says there are still some roles he wished he could've snagged.
In a new interview with Glamour, Eastwood is asked if there were any roles that he really wanted, but didn't end up getting during his years as a struggling actor.
"In those years…no," he answers, "but there was a role recently that I thought was one of the best scripts out there that I auditioned for. It's called Passengers, and it's coming out in December."
"But, you know, he's Chris Pratt, so they're going to hire him," he adds of the film's leading man, laughing. "Who's Scott Eastwood?"
As for what he would be doing if he wasn't an actor, The Longest Ride star says he'd like to be outdoors.
"I don't know if I'd want to work in an office," he reveals. "Nah, if I had to, I could. I've always wanted to do something different, something outdoors, something with my hands. I always thought I'd be a firefighter if acting didn't work out. Something different. Keep the blood flowing."
But on Thursday, it was the Hollywood scene that kept Eastwood's blood flowing, as he joined his father, Clint, on the red carpet for his dad's movie, Sully.
Eastwood looked casual on the red carpet as he posed with his pop and younger sister Francesca, 23.
The Eastwoods made quite the trio on the red carpet, but it was a duo ET couldn't wait to ask the actor about just last week.
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