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Mar 07, 19   Jules   0 Comment Press / Interview

Sam Shepard’s True West has long stood as a staging area for actors we now associate with raw (and sometimes frayed) masculinity. From its premiere in 1980, at San Francisco’s Magic Theater, the two-act, two-character play, which tells a story of fraternal warfare between brothers Austin and Lee, has had an A-list cast of angry […]

Jan 20, 19   Jules   0 Comment 'First Reformed', Press / Interview

Oscar Wrap magazine: “He was trembling the way a young artist trembles with anticipation, anxiety, fear, electrical current,” the star says of the veteran writer-director. Read More here

Jan 20, 19   Jules   0 Comment Press / Interview

Actor also discusses with Denzel Washington, getting life-advice from Kris Kristofferson. Read More here

Jan 20, 19   Jules   0 Comment 'First Reformed', Press / Interview

Though he only plays a man of the cloth on the big screen, Oscar-nominated actor Ethan Hawke felt a calling to give one of the best performances of his career by immersing himself in the physical dressings of a conflicted priest for Taxi Driver writer Paul Schrader’s First Reformed. Read More here

Jan 20, 19   Jules   0 Comment Press / Interview, Stage

Hawke, currently starring on Broadway in Shepard’s True West, breaks open the Shepard style. Read More here

Jan 06, 19   Jules   0 Comment Press / Interview

Three film luminaries — Paul Schrader, Christine Vachon and Ethan Hawke — shared the stage recently at Deadline’s The Contenders New York to ruminate on a subject often left on the cutting-room floor: religion. Read More here

Jan 06, 19   Jules   0 Comment Press / Interview

The First Reformed star joins this week’s Little Gold Men podcast to talk about Kevin Spacey, Harvey Weinstein, and why we don’t need the popular-film Oscar. Read More here

Jan 06, 19   Jules   0 Comment Press / Interview

First Reformed is like nothing Ethan Hawke is famous for. The hero in Paul Schrader’s movie about religion and corruption and the environment isn’t greasy and flirtatious or artfully disheveled; he’s not even funny. He’s desperate and jumpy, holding everything inside. Reverend Toller’s faith in the church has decayed somewhat, but he’s also got an […]

Nov 04, 18   Jules   0 Comment Juliet Naked, Press / Interview

Every so often you have to pinch yourself in this industry, and standing there, watching Ethan Hawke sing Waterloo Sunset live on a film set, was one such moment. The only downside was, as one of our favourite songs of all time, we had to listen to it about fifty times over. Which isn’t fun […]