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April 20, 2019   Jules   'Adopt a Highway' Be first to comment

Logan Marshall-Green talks about his directorial debut and working with his dream lead in Ethan Hawke. Read More here

April 20, 2019   Jules   'Stockholm' Be first to comment

The starring duo, along with director Robert Budreau, talked about the film exploring the origins of the titular syndrome at the movie’s New York premiere Thursday night. Read More here

April 10, 2019   Jules   Chat Show Appearance Be first to comment


April 10, 2019   Jules   Press / Interview Be first to comment

Few match-ups of this Broadway season seemed more right from the get-go than the Roundabout Theatre Company’s True West, director James Macdonald’s staging of Sam Shepard’s 1980 play starring Ethan Hawke and Paul Dano. The two actors not only stand among the finest of their generations, but each has, for better or worse, been tagged as somehow representative, Dano, the thoughtful, broody iconoclast of an uncertain new century, Hawke stamped early as a Gen X signifier. Both seem to take their work unabashedly seriously, modern variations of the old- school Actors Studio types willing to risk seeming, well, unabashedly serious. Shepard’s earthy, cowboy lyricism was virtually inevitable. True West, in particular, is very nearly a rite of passage – Peter Coyote, Gary Sinise, John Malkovich, the Quaids, Philip Seymour Hoffman, John C. Reilly, et. al. – its tale of two estranged brothers re-meeting in the new old west to taunt, threaten and battle over that ultimate American dream: a Hollywood deal. Read More here

March 27, 2019   Jules   'Adopt a Highway' Be first to comment

SXSW 2019: Hawke plays an ex-convict who’s finally gained his freedom after a 21-year jail sentence. Read More here

March 27, 2019   Jules   ‘Good Lord Bird’ Be first to comment

During SXSW in 2016, Ethan Hawke and Jason Blum were riding together in Austin’s dizzying traffic when Hawke told Blum about a book he had just read with his wife. It was called Good Lord Bird, and he thought they should bring it to the screen. Read More here

Winona Ryder and Ethan Hawke star in Ben Stiller’s 1994 feature film directorial debut, the iconic comedy-drama that defined a generation of independent moviegoing-and-moviegoers with its achingly-relatable portrait of early 90’s disaffected youth struggling to live and love amid the brutal reality of (almost) adulthood. In the film, written by Helen Childress, Lelaina Pierce (Ryder) navigates her post-college disillusionment by turning the camera on her friends: the free-spirited Vickie (Janeane Garofalo); Sammy (Steve Zahn), struggling to come out to his conservative parents; and the passionate but direction-less Troy (Hawke), with whom Lelaina is romantically-entwined until video executive Michael (Stiller, who co-stars) arrives with the promise of both budding romance and the chance for Lelaina to cash in on her dreams—but at what expense? Reality Bites may have been for and about Generation X, but has proven itself a timeless, decades-spanning classic.

After the Screening: A conversation reuniting director Ben Stiller, writer Helen Childress, actors Ethan Hawke, Winona Ryder, Janeane Garofalo, Steve Zahn, producer Michael Shamberg, and executive producer Stacey Sher.
SCREENING TIMES: SAT – 5/4 @ 2:00PM (BMCC Tribeca PAC)

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March 16, 2019   Jules   ‘Good Lord Bird’ Be first to comment

Ethan Hawke and Jason Blum are certainly going to have some Good Lord Bird to talk about today on-stage at SXSW now that Showtime has officially ordered the limited series. Read More here