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November 4, 2018   Jules   Juliet Naked, Press / Interview Be first to comment

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 whoever is on lead vocals. This indelible moment came on the set of Juliet, Naked – the latest cinematic adaptation from the work of Nick Hornby, directed by Jesse Peretz – the founding member of successful band The Lemonheads. We were fortunate enough to spend a day on the London set, where we spoke to Ethan Hawke, who plays has been singer-songwriter Tucker Crowe, and Rose Byrne, the lead role of Annie. For Hawke, it was a character – and a world – he felt very close to, which he felt had a positive impact on his performance. Read More here

October 21, 2018   Jules   'True West' Be first to comment

Roundabout Theatre Company (Todd Haimes, Artistic Director/CEO) will soon present a new Broadway production of Sam Shepard’s Tony & Pulitzer Prize-nominated drama True West, directed by James Macdonald (The Children). True West stars Ethan Hawke as “Lee” and Paul Dano as “Austin.” The cast also includes Marylouise Burke as “Mom” and Gary Wilmes as “Saul Kimmer.” TRUE WEST will begin preview performances on December 27, 2018 and officially open on Broadway on Thursday, January 24, 2019. This will be a limited engagement at the American Airlines Theatre on Broadway (227 West 42nd Street). Read More here

October 18, 2018   Jules   'First Reformed', #Awards Be first to comment

First Reformed, The Favourite and Eighth Grade were among the most-recognized films in the 28th annual Gotham Awards nominations, which were announced this morning.

The Favourite; First Reformed; If Beale Street Could Talk; Madeline’s Madeline; The Rider
Adam Driver (BlacKkKlansman); Ben Foster (Leave No Trace); Richard E. Grant (Can You Ever Forgive Me?); Ethan Hawke (First Reformed); Lakeith Stanfield (Sorry to Bother You)

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October 7, 2018   Jules   Press / Interview Be first to comment

Ethan Hawke has been busy. This summer he starred in Paul Schrader’s “First Reformed” and the Nick Hornby adaptation “Juliet, Naked.” The fourth film that Hawke directed, “Blaze,” is out now. Read More here

October 7, 2018   Jules   Press / Video Be first to comment

Tune into a career-spanning conversation between legendary actor Ethan Hawke and GQ’s Jim Nelson on Mad Influence, presented by Moët & Chandon. Read More here

September 29, 2018   Jules   Press / Interview Be first to comment

“Blaze” began with two friends talking about Texas musicians. In 2015, during Ethan Hawke’s breaks from filming “The Magnificent Seven” in East Feliciana Parish, the actor-director and his longtime pal, singer-songwriter Ben Dickey, discussed making movies about singer-songwriters. “Not just Blaze Foley,” Dickey said a few weeks ago from New York City, where he and other “Blaze” principals attended the film’s New York premiere. “Townes Van Zandt, Guy Clark, Steve Earl, Lucinda Williams. All those characters are so rich. And they already exist.” Read More here

September 29, 2018   Jules   Press / Interview Be first to comment

Ethan Hawke on his new film about singer-songwriter Blaze Foley. Read More here

September 16, 2018   Jules   Chat Show Appearance Be first to comment

Mo 9/17: Ethan Hawke, Daniel Sloss, Ninja Sex Party

September 15, 2018   Jules   'Blaze', Press / Article Be first to comment

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

September 15, 2018   Jules   'Blaze', Press / Article Be first to comment

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 With Peter Travers.” “I tend to be a little bit restless. I have been since I was young. And I like to do things I guess.” Read More here