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The 15:17 to Paris is a New Clint Eastwood Movie on High Speed Rail in France and end to ISIS attack

Clint Eastwood in France Filming the Movie
Clint Eastwood is in France directing a film that re-enacts the dramatic end to an attempted Islamic State group attack on a high-speed train that saw three Americans take down the gunman.

After renting a Thalys train for five days of filming "The 15:17 to Paris," work was wrapping up in Arras, the town where the express ended up after Ayoub El Khazzani was overpowered by passengers, including the childhood friends from California.

They received the Legion of Honor, France's highest decoration. Variety has reported that the friends will play themselves in the movie