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February 18, 2018   Jules   Gallery Additions Be first to comment

Screencaps from the following added to the Gallery / Icons added to the Media section

* The Purge

February 17, 2018   Jules   'Tesla' Be first to comment

‘Tesla’ is being introduced to buyers at the EFM in Berlin. Ethan Hawke is looking set to follow the likes of Nicholas Hoult (The Current War) and David Bowie (The Prestige) by playing electricity pioneer Nikola Tesla. Read More here

February 6, 2018   Jules   'First Reformed' Be first to comment

The festival, marking its 35th edition, will bestow its Icon Award on French actress and recent Oscar nominee Isabelle Huppert (‘Elle’).

Oscar-winning filmmaker Michel Hazanavicius (The Artist) and renowned American screenwriter and director Paul Schrader (Taxi Driver, Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters, Affliction) will attend the festival for Marquee presentations of their newest films. Hazanavicius will present Godard Mon Amour, his seriocomic look at Jean-Luc Godard’s love affair with the actress Anne Wiazemsky during the shooting of his classic films La Chinoise and Weekend. Schrader will present First Reformed, a dramatic thriller starring Ethan Hawke, Amanda Seyfried and Cedric the Entertainer. They join previously announced participants Mateo Gil and Jean-Marc Barr in the Marquee section.

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February 4, 2018   Jules   'Blaze', Film Festival Be first to comment

It was an Ethan Hawke love fest on the Blaze film red carpet at the recent Sundance Film Festival. Actors Alia Shawkat, Richie Montgomery and Josh Hamilton gush about their experience on set with Ethan, and it is easy to understand why. I have one of the most sincere and joy-filled conversations with Ethan Hawke, who still holds the torch for his craft as if this was his first film. Read More here

February 4, 2018   Jules   event/appearance, Film Festival Be first to comment

The South by Southwest Conference and Festivals has added Lena Dunham, Ethan Hawke, “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” director Rian Johnson, Tatiana Maslany, and Spike Lee to its lineup. The event, which takes place March 9 to March 18 in Austin, also announced Tuesday that it has added several other notable speakers, including activist Chelsea Manning; “Westworld” cast members Evan Rachel Wood, James Marsden, and Jeffrey Wright; and YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki. Read More here

February 4, 2018   Jules   Naked’ Be first to comment

Lionsgate and sister company Roadside Attractions have acquired U.S. rights from Los Angeles Media Fund to Jesse Peretz’s romantic comedy “Juliet, Naked,” starring Rose Byrne, Ethan Hawke, and Chris O’Dowd. A summer release is planned for the film, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on Jan. 19. Read More here

February 4, 2018   Jules   'Blaze', Press / Interview Be first to comment

The big-screen staple directed the musical drama Blaze Read More here

February 4, 2018   Jules   'Blaze' Be first to comment

Ethan Hawke’s high-wire biopic tells the story of country blues singer Blaze Foley in a redneck-verité style that’s as delicate as it is daring. Read More here

February 4, 2018   Jules   'Blaze' Be first to comment

‘There’s something shamanistic about acting at its best,” Ethan Hawke said this year at the Sundance Film Festival. “When you see a performance at a real high level, there’s something like a shamanistic dance about it, to be honest,” the four-time Oscar nominee, 12-time visitor to the Utah shindig and Blaze director adds, complimenting the cast of the film about outlaw country artist Blaze Foley. Read More here

January 21, 2018   Jules   Press / Interview Be first to comment

In 1991, 21-year-old Ethan Hawke was shivering in the woods of Park City, Utah, playing a sergeant in the small World War II drama “A Midnight Clear,” when thousands of people suddenly invaded town. “That was the first time I’d ever heard of the Sundance Film Festival,” says Hawke today. “I thought, ‘Aw, this will never work.’” The indie film revolution hadn’t happened, but it was about to. That week, while Hawke strapped on a helmet and tromped through the slush, Richard Linklater premiered an experiment called “Slacker.” “Some wacky kid made a punk rock movie that beat the system,” says Hawke. “It was an event. You had to see it.” Read More here