Stars Clint Eastwood, Amy Adams and Justin Timberlake (who plays Adams' love interest) reunite at the premiere
Clint Eastwood dominated the pop culture conversation last month after debating with an empty chair at the Republican National Convention.
Amy Adams, who plays Mickey in "Trouble With the Curve," will be seen as Lois Lane in the upcoming Super Man movie "Man of Steel."
Justin Timberlake's schedule lately is filled with acting, rather than music: The pop star will play a gambling businessman in the upcoming "Runner, Runner."
John Goodman plays a fellow baseball scout in "Trouble With the Curve." He's slated to appear in "The Internship," a film about temporary employment at Google.
Chelcie Ross plays Smitty in "Trouble with the Curve."
Matthew Lillard plays a baseball scout climbing the career ladder at the expense of others in "Trouble With the Curve."
"Trouble With the Curve" director Robert Lorenz, with his wife, Melissa, steps out from behind the camera for the premiere. Lorenz has worked with Eastwood on several films, including "Million Dollar Baby," "Mystic River."
Joe Massingill plays Bo Gentry in "Trouble With the Curve."
Ed Lauter, who plays Max in the film, played a butler in the Oscar-winning film, "The Artist."
Timberlake and Eastwood join Warner Bros. President Jeff Robinov at the premiere.
Eastwood greets Barry Meyer, CEO and chairman of Warner Bros. Entertainment.
"Trouble With the Curve" producers Michele Weisler and Tim Moore, right, with their leading man, Eastwood.
Film composer Marco Beltrami arranged the music in "Trouble With the Curve."
"Trouble With the Curve," a film about an aging baseball scout (Clint Eastwood) reconciling with his daughter (Amy Adams) on a final recruiting trip, premiered in Westwood on Wednesday. Adams, Justin Timberlake, John Goodman, director Robert Lorenz and cast members joined Eastwood (sans chair) on the red carpet for the 82-year-old actor's first press gauntlet since his much discussed Republican National Convention speech. "Trouble With the Curve" opens nationwide on Sep. 21.
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