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The war-themed movie directed by Clint Eastwood continues reigning the weekend box office after collecting an estimated $64.4 million.
Palin also praises the movie's lead actor and director in the post, writing, 'Thank you Bradley Cooper and Clint Eastwood for respecting the United States Military.'
Rogen says in some Twitter posts that he wasn't comparing Clint Eastwood-directed movie to Nazi propaganda film in Quentin Tarantino's 'Inglourious Basterds'.
The filmmaker takes to Twitter to share his thoughts on snipers, saying that his uncle was killed by snipers during the World War II.
The Clint Eastwood-directed movie is taking the top spot at weekend box office by collecting an estimated $90.2 million and becomes Eastwood's biggest debut.
Cooper, who plays a lethal sniper, breaks down on the phone when talking to his wife and later emotionally tells her he's coming home.
Miller, who sports a white lace ensemble featuring sheer sleeves, is photographed gazing at her co-star Cooper on the red carpet at one point.
As Navy SEAL Chris Kyle, Cooper struggled with the decision to spare an innocent young boy's life or save a bunch of people from explosion.
The 'American Hustle' actor wears military garb to portray Navy SEAL Chris Kylie in the true-story pic about the most lethal sniper in American military history.
The Bradley Cooper starrer gets a limited release this year, while the Ericson Core directing vehicle and the Guy Ritchie passion project are due summer 2015.
The 'American Hustle' actor looks sexy wearing the super short pants while filming his new movie in Los Angeles.
The on-set picture shows Cooper's Chris Kyle and his on-screen wife tying the knot aboard a yacht in Marina Del Rey.