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Apr 20, 19   Jules   0 Comment Press / Article

From first love to first heartbreak, and everything in-between. Boyhood (2014) This is one of the few films where you actually get to see the star grow up before your eyes; Richard Linklater filmed with actor Ellar Coltrane over a period of 12 years, a little at a time, and you can watch him go […]

Jan 20, 19   Jules   0 Comment Press / Article

Now in previews for Shepard’s True West, the Tony-nominated actor tells Colbert about the first time they met. Read More here

Dec 02, 18   Jules   0 Comment 'First Reformed', Press / Article

Religion and skateboarding may provide contrasting spiritual homes to its adherents, but as revealed by veteran director Paul Schrader, writer/director of First Reformed and first-time filmmaker, Jonah Hill, writer/director of mid90s, both found inspiration for their stories rooted in their upbringing. Released through A24, both First Reformed and mid90s are audience favorites that have drawn […]

Dec 02, 18   Jules   0 Comment Press / Article

Sadaf Ahsan: As a child of the ’90s, I like to believe his career was born in the same era I was, and grew alongside me. Read More here

Dec 01, 18   Jules   0 Comment Press / Article

Now he’s 48, but when he was much younger, Ethan Hawke read Cassavetes on Cassavetes, the indie filmmaker bible, and then went to hear the author’s widow, Gena Rowlands, speak. She looked out at the crowd and laughed. She said Cassavetes was always disappointed because nobody would finance his movies; he’d always felt dismissed and […]

Nov 21, 18   Jules   0 Comment Press / Article

Ethan Hawke sometimes seems like the guy that wasn’t meant to be an actor but he slipped through the screening process and made it onto a set anyway. Take that as you will but in addition to this he got to stay by proving that he could act and that he could be worth the […]

Sep 15, 18   Jules   0 Comment 'Blaze', Press / Article

The new film Blaze is a biopic about the country-western singer/songwriter Blaze Foley. If you’ve never heard of him, don’t worry, most people haven’t. He’s the man behind the songs “Clay Pigeons,” and “If Only I Could Fly.” He’s also the subject of country singer Lucinda Williams’ song “Drunken Angel.” Read More here

Sep 15, 18   Jules   0 Comment 'Blaze', Press / Article

Ethan Hawke has been busy. In fact, he’s so busy that even when he’s trying to do nothing, he’ll often get an idea for a new project. “I look forward to those moments because no sooner do I do that, then I start refilling the tank,” Hawke said in an interview for ABC News’ “Popcorn […]

Sep 09, 18   Jules   0 Comment Press / Article

The Austin-born actor and director of film “Blaze” and his star Ben Dickey talk about eating and drinking in the Texas city. Read More here

Aug 29, 18   Jules   0 Comment Press / Article

30 critics wrote about their favorite Ethan Hawke performance, and — in a testament to the actor’s extraordinary career — they picked 13 different ones. Read More here