Honor To Clint Eastwood's Files

Smithsonian Bicentennial will be giving to The legendary Clint Eastwood, who has a fistful of Oscars and a Kennedy Center Honor. The actor and director will be honored at the opening of the Warner Bros. Theater at the National Museum of American History. The event is invitation-only, not making a lot of fans day.

The ribbon cutting will be done by Eastwood and Barry Meyer, chairman and CEO of Warner Bros. Warner Bros. paid for the renovation of the former auditorium with a $5 million gift. The theater will be a showcase for American film with mostly free programs, beginning Feb. 4 with a Humphrey Bogart tribute. An Eastwood series from June 22-24 will be featured.