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‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Reunites Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill

The Fantasmagorium Show

02:00 min | Last month

‘Jurassic World: Dominion’ Reunites Laura Dern, Jeff Goldblum and Sam Neill

"Jurassic world dominion reunites. Laura dern jeff goldblum and sam neill in the some new cinema con footage universal pictures unlocked cage. On the first new footage from jurassic world dominion on wednesday night in las vegas presenting it in mikan the annual convention and movie theater owners. The studio offered up it behind the scenes. Look at the Returning cast of the original jurassic park. Laura dern as dr elliott sadler Sam neill alan grant and jeff. Goldblum is ian malcolm It was previously reported that the iconic trio would join Would join franchise stars. Chris pratt and bryce dallas howard in the third installment of call intra varos Run of the films While understanding well under. But i'm sorry undeniably tra- varas baby. The footage kicked off with an unseen. Home movie real starring. The world's the world's the world's creator and original. I'm sorry. I thought you said creature creator and original director steven spielberg. He is talent. I'm thinking to myself. Why is steven nobrega creature now. Technically the grainy clip should spielberg In safari gear on the set of the nineteen ninety-three film Explaining a film prop to a child actor. The problem of course was the cane. Used by a richard attenborough topped with a globe of amber housing a petrified mosquito inside and the cain was the first building block in engineering dinosaurs for the fictional park. That's cool so they said that was cool. They showed that kind of grainy. Home movie footage for that At an inner will interwoven with behind the scenes and a trailer. I think or or what they would probably not trailer behind the scenes

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Ethan Hawke on His Book 'A Bright Ray of Darkness'

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

01:40 min | 5 months ago

Ethan Hawke on His Book 'A Bright Ray of Darkness'

"Yes i know. Ethan hawke is a famous actor and hardly means it introduction. He started more than eighty movies. Many of which have made their mark in geist. You've seen him in everything from dead poets society in reality bites to the before trilogy and boyhood ethan hawke is also a writer. In fact in high school he wanted to be a writer before becoming interested in acting over his nearly four decade career. he's managed to do and then today. I'm going to talk with him about his latest novel of great ray of darkness and his revert performance as john brown in the showtime series. The good lord burnt. Ethan hawke welcome to design matters. Well thanks for having me. It's a pleasure to be here even. Is it true that when you were growing up. You had fantasies of becoming a merchant marine. That is very true. Well i was a big jack. London fan you know and i had a kid who lived down the street from me than i was nick and he liked jack london and he was really cool. You know when you're sixteen. Seventeen year olds just feels like he's got the world by the scruff of the neck and He went off to be a merchant marine and live off his jack london fantasies. I have no idea what happened to him. But we used to read books together and talk about them. And i thought he was. You know. I wanted to be just like him but i also want to be just like jack london and so i thought that might be a great avenue to chase down an interesting life to disappear into the seas the comeback. Somebody interesting pretty boring. As i was

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"ethan hawke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:09 min | 1 year ago

"ethan hawke" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is fresh air weekend. I'm Dave Davies in for Terry Gross. You probably know our guest Ethan Hawke from some of his more than 80 film roles. The young prep school student in Dead Poets Society, the young rock musician and reality bites the rookie cop in Training Day, the divorced father in boyhood. The romantic lead in before sunrise before sunset and before midnight and more recently as the troubled priest in first reformed. He's also directed films written screenplays novels in a Children's book. Acted in award winning theatre roles and more Hawk has been nominated for four Academy Awards, too, for acting and 24 script adaptation. He's now storing in the seven part Showtime series. The Good Lord Bird, which he co produced and co created the first episode aired Sunday night. It's based on the novel The Good Lord Bird, by James McBride. And it tells the story of abolitionist John Brown through the eyes of a 14 year old slave who's freed by Brown and joins his band of anti slavery soldiers. Ethan Hawke plays John Brown, the fanatical opponent of slavery, who was hanged in 18 59 after seizing an armory at Harpers Ferry, Virginia, hoping to spark a slave rebellion. When the series opens Brown and his sons and followers or writing through Kansas in the 18 fifties, seeking to liberate slaves and battling with pro slavery militias. In this scene From the first episode, it's nighttime, and Brown and his sons have burst into the cabin of a farmer who is allied with the pro slavery paramilitary group known as the red Shirts. While the terrified farmer's family looks on a menacing John Brown, played by Ethan Hawke addresses the man. I have come to deliver this Holy Redeemer is justice. Free his people. An exact his revenge for the murder, rape and kidnapping of the Negro by slavers. Those like yourself. Oh, those involved there are no exceptions. Farmer trying to make a dollar change pockets..

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"ethan hawke" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

TED Talks Daily

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"ethan hawke" Discussed on TED Talks Daily

"I was hoping today. Talk a little bit about creativity you know. A lot of people really struggle to give themselves permission to be creative, and reasonably so I mean we're all a little suspect of our own talent and I remember. A story I came across a my. Kinda meant a lot to me. I was really into Allen. Ginsberg has readings poetry and has reading. He did a lot of interviews. One Time William F. Buckley. Had this television program called firing line? Ginsburg went on there and saying. Hari Krishna Song of playing the harmonium. Any back to new. York to Intelligencia friends, and they all told the should know that. Everybody thinks you're an idiot. In the whole country is making fun of you and. He said that's my job. You know I'm a poet and I'm going to play the fool. Most people have to go to work all day long, and they come home, and they fight with their spouse and they eat, and they like turn on the old boob tube and somebody tries to sell them something. And I just screwed that up. I went on, and I sang about Krishna, and now they're sitting in bed and going who? WHO's a stupid poet and they can't fall asleep right? And that's his job as poet and so I find that very liberating, because I think that most of us really want to offer the world something of quality something that the world will consider good or important and. s really the enemy because it's not up to us whether what we do is any good and history taught us anything. The world is an extremely unreliable critic. Right, so you have to ask yourself. Do you think human creativity matters? Well. Most people. Don't spend a lot of time thinking about poetry, right? They have a life to live, and they're not really that concerned with Allen Ginsberg's poems or anybody's poems until. The father dies. They go to a funeral. You lose a child. Somebody! Breaks your heart. They don't love you anymore. And all of a sudden. You're desperate for making sense out of this life, and has anybody ever felt this bad before? How did they come out of this cloud or the inverse something great? You meet somebody in your heart explodes. You love them so much. You can't even see straight. You know you're dizzy. Did anybody feel like this before? What is happening to me and that's when arts not a luxury? It's actually sustenance. We need it okay well. What is it human creativity is nature manifest in us. We look at the. Oh. The Aurora Borealis Right I did this movie called White Fang? When I was a kid and we shot up in Alaska and you go out at night. Sky was like rippling with purple and pink, and white is the most beautiful thing I ever saw. It really looked like the sky was playing beautiful. Go to Grand Canyon at sundown. It's beautiful. We know that's beautiful, but fall in love. Your Lover's pretty beautiful. I've four kids watching them. Play watching them like pretend to be a butterfly. Run around the house or doing anything. It's so beautiful and I believe that we are here on this star in space to try to help one another right and I, we have to survive, and then we have to thrive into thrive to express ourselves all right well. Here's a road. We have to know ourselves. What do you love? And if you get close to what you love, who you are is revealed to you and it expands for me. It was really easy. I did my first professional play. As twelve years old I was in a play called Saint Joan by George Bernard Shaw at the mccarter theatre in boom in love. My world just expanded, and that profession I'm almost fifty now. That profession has never stopped. Giving back to Munich gives back more and more. Mostly strangely through the characters that I've played, I've played. I've played criminals I've played. Priests I've played sinners in the magic of this it over lifetime over thirty years of doing this is that you start to see that my experiences me Ethan is not nearly as unique as I. Thought I have so much in common with all these people. So. They have something in common with me. You start to see how connected we all are my grandmother, my great. Grandmother, Hall Walker Green. On. Her deathbed. She wrote this little biography given. The hospital is only about thirty six pages long, and she spent about five pages on the one time she did costumes for a play. Her first husband got like a paragraph. Cotton farming of which she did for fifty years. You know get some mention. Five pages undoing these costumes and I look. My mom gave me. One of for quilts that she made, and you can feel it. She was expressing herself. It has a power. That's real I remember my stepbrother and I. went to go. See Top gun whatever your that came out and I remember. We walked out of the mall like blazing hot as looked at him, and we both felt that movie just. Like a calling from God, you know this. But completely differently like I wanted to be an actor I, gotTa. Make something that makes people feel I just want to be a part of that and he wanted to be in the military. That's all we ever did. As play FBI play army man play nights. Pose as my sword, and he would build a working crossbow. These shoot an Arrow into a tree right so he joins the. Well. He just retired. Colonel in the Green Berets, he's a multi decorated combat veteran of Afghanistan in Iraq. He now teaches a sale camp for of fallen soldiers. He gave his life to his passion. His creativity was leadership. Leading others his bravery to help others that was something he felt called do and it gave back to him. We notice the time of our life is so short in how we spend it. Are we spending it doing what's important to us? Most of us, not I mean it's hard. It's hard. The poll of habit is so huge, and that's what makes kids so beautifully creative. They don't have any habits in. They don't care if they're any good or not. They you know they're not building a sandcastle going. I think I'm going to be a really good sandcastle building. They throw themselves at whatever project you put in front of them dancing doing a painting, you know building something any opportunity they have. They try to use it to impress upon you their individuality, right? It's so beautiful. Is thing that worries me sometimes whenever you talk about creativity, because it can have this kind of feel that it's just nice you know, or it's warm or it's something pleasant. It's not it's vital. It's the way we heal. Each other in singing are sewn in telling our story in inviting you to say, listen to me and I'll listen to. You were starting a dialogue. You know and when you do that. This healing happens, and we come out of our corners, and we start to witness each other's common humanity. We start to a certain and when we do that. Really, good things happen so if you want to help your community if you want to help your family. If you want to help your friends you half to express yourself into, express yourself. You have to know yourself. Actually, super easy just have to follow your love right. There is no path. There's no path to you. Walk it and you have to be willing to play the fool, so you know. Read the book that you should read. Read the book you WanNa read. Don't listen to the music that you used to like. Take some time to listen to some new music. Take some time to talk to somebody that you don't normally talk to I. Guarantee if you do that, you will feel foolish. Disappoint. Play the fool. Ex..

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3 new movies to check out this weekend

Charlie Parker

02:11 min | 2 years ago

3 new movies to check out this weekend

"New movies this weekend. There are three new movies one getting the most run I'll tell you the other two first a movie called Gloria bell after getting divorced a free spirited middle. Aged woman jumps back into the dating scene and finds love on the dance floor in clubs around Los Angeles. Starring Julianne Moore, Sean Astin, John Turturro K. If you don't wanna see that you could see the kid a young boy gets caught in the crossfire between the infamous outlaw Billy the kid. And sheriff Pat Garrett thing about both of them. I haven't seen a single trailer on either of those frisk Pratt. Ethan Hawke why met in studio recently, he was in town with a movie about four months ago, and was really cool. Vincent, you free Fritos in that one as well. Now, the one everybody's talking about captain marvel as earth gets caught in the middle of a war between alien races. Carol danvers a woman on international women's. Hero enters the fight after being turned into one of the most powerful superheroes. Starring Brie Larson, Samuel L Jackson and Jude law. That's cool. Very cool. You know, it's just the continuation at the end of 0 wars, we got the teaser for hers. So this is this is the next I guess, we have one more avengers movie. Very nice. I now trailers look really good for this one too. I didn't wanna see it. She'll look stupid. But boy, it's getting rave reviews is already breaking records and talking about a former US air force fighter pilot in the middle of a galactic war. I mean, that's that'll get my mind on how much more International Women's Day. Can you totally international? The I even recognized in the trailer at one point I see her training. You know, she was apparently before becoming a fighter pilot. She's a cadet at the air force academy are working out in her air force account. Wait for it. Now. So captain marvel Brie Larson Samuel L Jackson. Ben Mendelsohn Jude law. That's the one everybody's going to be talking about throughout the weekend. And when you go back to work on

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See Oscar nominees online this weekend

Talking Tech

04:36 min | 2 years ago

See Oscar nominees online this weekend

"For six bucks this weekend. You can catch up with Oscar nominated films like stars born bohemian rhapsody and green book on TV the online streaming services. It's the pre-oscar addition of talking tech, I'm Jefferson Graham with USA, basically, every movie that you might wanna see that's nominated for best picture is online you'll have to pay, but it is online. But I you will have to dive into an odd variety of different video formats and device rules, and you better watch past. If you're not familiar with watching video on demand, you pay around six dollars in you, only get forty eight hours to start the movie and finish it. So if you're the type who likes to stretch out that viewing you are out of luck. Most of the movies are available on demand via YouTube Amazon prime video Buddhu fandango now and Google play. Now, the Oscar ceremony will air Sunday on ABC beginning at eight p m e. T five PM, and it's also available on the ABC app or cable alternative services, like YouTube, TV direct TV now and sling TV, let's look at what's available on the major services net. Flicks has four of the Oscar nominated films available to members without paying an additional fee. Roma. Black Panther, the ballot of BUSTER Scruggs and the incredible to Amazon video which is the chief streaming rival to Netflix has none of the twenty nineteen Academy Award contenders. Available for streaming to members of its one hundred and nineteen dollars a year. Prime service yet Cold War, which is up for best. Foreign film will be on the service beginning March twenty second. Amazon does however have many of the top nominated films for it fee. The going rate is six bucks for many the contenders. But some are even more expensive Amazon charges twenty dollars to watch animation nominee. Ralph breaks the internet, but has. First reformed, which is with Ethan Hawke, and it's up for best original screenplay, and you can see it for just ninety nine cents. Look out for really weird rules Baheen rhapsody, for instance, is available in HD on YouTube. However, if you'd like to see the story of the rock band, Queen and four K ultra high definition, you don't have a lot of choices you'll need to be watching on recent Sony or Samsung, four K TV's or you will need to spring for Google's under the radar seventy dollars chrome cast ultra streaming device and watch it that way the ultra connects to the TV and asks you to watch the smartphone app to cast the movie wirelessly to the TV voodoo the service on by WalMart offers films in HD HD X, which is slightly higher resolution and ultra high definition for K. But I'm voodoo a star is born is available in just HD X while bohemian rhapsody streams in HD HD X in USD offer six dollars. Fandango? Now the service from the company that sells online tickets does offer a star is born in four K as does apple. But only if you own the apple TV for K hundred eighty dollars setup box the model that cost thirty dollars more than the entry level, apple TV. If you watch the film on your iphone, ipad, ten eighty p HD finally on Amazon, which has tons of movies of able for video on demand stars burns not there. However, it does offer Oscar-nominated films at various prices are BG the documentary about supreme court Justice, Ruth, Bader Ginsburg is three dollars the wife with best actress nominee, Glenn Close is five bucks and best picture nominee the favourite fifteen dollars. Now, I don't mind paying to watch the films, especially when the fees are so much more reasonable than what's being charged at the theaters. But these uses rules are right for changing. How about one rule on all the services? Do you think that'd be kinda cool? Happy viewing good luck. Oscar winners, a special treat for talking tech fans. Check out my at Jefferson Graham YouTube channel I did a video this week about Wittig grape photos in classic Hollywood locations from LA La Land singing in the rain to the dark. Knight rises. I think you'll get a kick out of it these watch. And let me know what you think you can leave a comment on my YouTube channel, you could find me on Twitter where I'm at Jefferson Graham, don't forget to subscribe, the talking tech wherever you listen to online audio police favorite us on Stitcher, which helps more people find the show and his always. Thanks, everyone for listening.

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"ethan hawke" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"ethan hawke" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"To oceans eight which is Sandra Bullock's film from earlier this year and not did fine. But sort of rather muted at the box office to think of a world where Burbach which kind of came out of nowhere. Because like, you know, I it was made, but Netflix doesn't really beat the drums for their movies and that same way and then probably a ton more people saw box. Probably if these numbers are to be believed. And so what does that do for you the actor when you decide where to go make your next movie? Do you go make it for a studio that may or may not be able to promote it in a way that are getting people to see your work or do you do for noth- lakes, which you know, is proving maybe over time that it knows better. How to or has the advantage of just being in people's homes already, and that's the new model to I mean Koran and the folks at Roma were, you know, I think I talked about this before telluride. We're basically just like look they paid for the movie, and and it's in everybody's house all around the world, you know, on one day. Like, that's you know, you want your movies to be seen at some levels. So so it's well, it's really interesting, and it's cool that they did the black mirror thing. I mean, they need to be experimenting with the form and and good for them for. But, but you know, the other thing I wanted to say is given that they have more money than God. Isn't it? Interesting. What they don't do which is traditional sort of the ethical style marketing campaigns like that's that's the thing. They've decided. They don't need to spend. And you know, there are still come valley company. So they're disrupters. So like this I consider this bird boxes further evidence of them just disrupting the advertising model that like as as we see more and more advertising moving to native advertising, which is something that you know, that our listeners may or may not be totally aware of but advertising that is made to not look like advertising. And that's what I think of these social media driven beams that Netflix it self is generating as being native advertising, it's just on your Twitter feed. It doesn't feel like someone's trying to sell you this movie, it feels like a lot of people have already seen this movie, and you want to be part of the conversation that's different urgency. But that is something that is very cleverly decided is what's going to drive maybe younger Kinnear audiences who are really sick of being sold to. And so you know, they get their advertising through social media influencers Instagram stars. And the means that they see on tumbler wherever so. It's two thousand eighteen the dawn of a new day. There you go. All right. So to kick off our two thousand nineteen in little goal men. We are here with one of my favorite performances two thousand eighteen Mike. Okay. You got stuck to even hawk. Yeah. And you know, Ethan Hawke is just a cool, dude. And and he came in here early. We had to meet very early because I mean early ish nine nine AM because he is starring in true west on on Broadway. I think with Paul dano. So we talked about that a little bit. We talked about pretty much every controversy that I could think of and you know, including Paul Schrader kind of crazy Facebook post about Kevin Spacey and Ethan Hawke as ever I think is just very thoughtful. He's just a really smart thoughtful guy who actually says what he thinks which is which is refreshing. And and I really enjoyed the conversation, and I hope you guys will too, but he's really spectacular I reformed so hopefully, everyone has seen or we'll see. That movie. All right. Well, here he is Ethan Hawke and govt with Mike ogan on thrilled to be here with Ethan Hawke for an early morning for us interview. It's like nine thirty in the morning, which is early for, you know, creative people, and we're here to talk about many things, including first reformed your film with Paul Schrader that came out this year in which you play and minister, a priest..

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"ethan hawke" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"ethan hawke" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"To oceans eight which is Sandra Bullock's film from earlier this year and not did fine. But sort of rather muted at the box office to think of a world where Burbach which kind of came out of nowhere. Because like, you know, I it was made, but Netflix doesn't really beat the drums for their movies and that same way and then probably a ton more people saw box. Probably if these numbers are to be believed. And so what does that do for you the actor when you decide where to go make your next movie? Do you go make it for a studio that may or may not be able to promote it in a way that are getting people to see your work or do you do for noth- lakes, which you know, is proving maybe over time that it knows better. How to or has the advantage of just being in people's homes already, and that's the new model to I mean Koran and the folks at Roma were, you know, I think I talked about this before telluride. We're basically just like look they paid for the movie, and and it's in everybody's house all around the world, you know, on one day. Like, that's you know, you want your movies to be seen at some levels. So so it's well, it's really interesting, and it's cool that they did the black mirror thing. I mean, they need to be experimenting with the form and and good for them for. But, but you know, the other thing I wanted to say is given that they have more money than God. Isn't it? Interesting. What they don't do which is traditional sort of the ethical style marketing campaigns like that's that's the thing. They've decided. They don't need to spend. And you know, there are still come valley company. So they're disrupters. So like this I consider this bird boxes further evidence of them just disrupting the advertising model that like as as we see more and more advertising moving to native advertising, which is something that you know, that our listeners may or may not be totally aware of but advertising that is made to not look like advertising. And that's what I think of these social media driven beams that Netflix it self is generating as being native advertising, it's just on your Twitter feed. It doesn't feel like someone's trying to sell you this movie, it feels like a lot of people have already seen this movie, and you want to be part of the conversation that's different urgency. But that is something that is very cleverly decided is what's going to drive maybe younger Kinnear audiences who are really sick of being sold to. And so you know, they get their advertising through social media influencers Instagram stars. And the means that they see on tumbler wherever so. It's two thousand eighteen the dawn of a new day. There you go. All right. So to kick off our two thousand nineteen in little goal men. We are here with one of my favorite performances two thousand eighteen Mike. Okay. You got stuck to even hawk. Yeah. And you know, Ethan Hawke is just a cool, dude. And and he came in here early. We had to meet very early because I mean early ish nine nine AM because he is starring in true west on on Broadway. I think with Paul dano. So we talked about that a little bit. We talked about pretty much every controversy that I could think of and you know, including Paul Schrader kind of crazy Facebook post about Kevin Spacey and Ethan Hawke as ever I think is just very thoughtful. He's just a really smart thoughtful guy who actually says what he thinks which is which is refreshing. And and I really enjoyed the conversation, and I hope you guys will too, but he's really spectacular I reformed so hopefully, everyone has seen or we'll see. That movie. All right. Well, here he is Ethan Hawke and govt with Mike ogan on thrilled to be here with Ethan Hawke for an early morning for us interview. It's like nine thirty in the morning, which is early for, you know, creative people, and we're here to talk about many things, including first reformed your film with Paul Schrader that came out this year in which you play and minister, a priest..

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"ethan hawke" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"ethan hawke" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts

"Right. Vows deal you'd be dead by now down on street in cheap ranger white crisply. Folded flag wrong with you. Denzel Washington and Ethan Hawke in training day in two thousand one the reason why I wanted to play those two of the many films as you've made so many different kinds of films over your three decade career. Now, I mean, what's the movie that you haven't made yet that you want to? Okay. That's a good question. Because you know, I'm on an interview show allowed to says I have a secret goal right in my goal is for my obituary to say that he made one great film in every genre. You know, that's really I've never saw myself as such a fantastic actor that I can just like, you know, like Daniel Day-Lewis or somebody just be great or all the time. I have to do my best, but I can push myself to be in different genres of film. And that helps me be a different kind of actor in. So, you know, training days as a great cop picture, and, you know, did put society is I don't know exactly what John right know, the educational John or the I don't know what you call that Jonah. I made white FANG kids movie. You know, I I've done a good horror film. I've done a couple of good westerns the one I really want. I really want to do just a crazy comedy. I mean, that's every time. I watched like Talladega nights stepbrothers something like that. I'm like, why won't they cast me? I cannot play like there's gotta be some part for me and one of these movies..

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"ethan hawke" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"ethan hawke" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"Scorsese was like, no I'm gonna make silence and this feels like him. Okay. We'll fine. I'm gonna make my own movie, and it really works in an ideal world. This would be kind of going up for the big awards. But I think it's just too weird. I think they kademi is not ready for Ethan Hawke during king whiskey mixed with pepped abysmal. I think one of the things also amazing film. It's like I mean car remember what his last re like truly great film was I mean, he's made lows of really great films in seventeen eighty rediscussed light sleeper on. You must be. The said like what are the poster quotes for this film, which we crack up every time I says like Schreyer's best film for twenty five years. Why would you say on the poster, but it is true fair enough? He's still got it baby while you can trace the lineage from taxi drove, oh, which he wrote to first reformed and why we like about this as well as that. It is all kind of like in his head. You know, you're getting these diary entries, which become increasingly more frantic and depressed until the point where he stopped writing the diary, it feels so intimate and so private and a lot of my friends, aren't you? I don't need to see a film by white man struck with his Gill. But I was like no it's about being a human. And how all struggling with an I just yeah. I try to himself is an incredibly problematic, man. This is I think it's it's a Christmas movie. Actually, you know, it's all about how capitalism's going to kill us all and if that doesn't scream Christmas. I don't know what does strong recommended. Struggling with I reforms. Let's just take a break before he goes to the podium..

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"ethan hawke" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

The Weekly Planet

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"ethan hawke" Discussed on The Weekly Planet

"What's next Scott, Dirksen, Directa of I think he did the one sinister the eighth and hawk ghoul was in the pictures. And if you look at the pictures, then goes gonna come in and hasn't ghoul. Let's figure it was also in that we've wrote this animated one we'll see also a scam with moderate moderates. Okay. Okay. Ethan Hawke is rota sky. Domain. Look it up place continue with you. Then I think he was saying I'm gonna say you've Robert Downey junior was in scanner dot, let's. Let's everyone out they look up scandal. Dodd? All right. Went on wasn't it. They gotta totally harlison. Alex Jones is in Scana Dockery, straight prophet. They all filed entertainers everybody in the weed right wing pundit, lunatic, a papal who wanted to be. You can cut this out. But it's just people wanted to be however, just look at any raisins, and then it they don't have the charisma and horrible people. And so they went. Yeah. Like peas Morgan's well that the spokesperson of the NRA she wanted to be she pitched a sitcom where she was a conservative radio host. But that's like a sitcom and nobody bought it. I'd buy that mice and oh, you're for sure. Anyway, level those people why would have a shot Scanavacca mice. All right, rotas, go. That's right. I was thinking before sunrise and before sunset, but they by live action films. Absolute Ethan Hawke was in the movie waking lot Rick Richard link light of docu fiction film. It's an animated film. But I don't think it's the thing that you thinking sorry that's caught. He was in the movie white FANG. If you're co correctly, you not I'm thinking that movie way, he's a vampire predestined. Now. The other one is probably mistrial. Right died is stay right. What do you think of Scott Derek's, pretending doctor strange to in twenty twenty cool doing it? Nice. All right change. The can I the last film ended with the promise that bringeth breath would never walk again. And the barren modo would return to take out magic. Stop people doing magic isn't all that. He's going to be using magic to still PayPal. That's a good point. It's anyone's going to point that out to them. No kind of. Thing they're gonna white figure it out. Kill everybody. The entities like. Like a real press. I would be if I didn't kill everybody. Yeah. So I look I like to destroy magic stuff. You said I remember the I agree with you. After we watch that grow on me a little bit. But you know, now that with lights grand work in Infinity doesn't match. I do magic stuff. I want to see him again. And all these weird things turned into snakes. You're not going to Barrymore's going to snuff. This might have been turned into a snake himself. Will I think he's going to turn some stuff in snakes doctors shrines going to fate those nights? And then he himself was going to turn into nyc. That's probably right. Yeah. And then doctors are just like he hasn't even using magic to still medic now. Delta stride is going to tender. No mongo's. And then they're gonna fight the the snakes greatest love. Yeah. That's great. So yeah. Look, I'm not surprised everyone. Everyone's coming back, obviously. We're going to get the return of the one nine she's maybe Wong. Rachel mcadams. Yeah. Right. You mcadams Benjamin Bratt the Lamborghini that went off a cliff. I maybe it's backing talks now, especially Hans. I thought he'd be Pennington. Your. This. Every bro. Also, like how he's done a tally tell you just from where? Well, it's like Doug to strike for generic whatever access. Okay. I think can we. Goebbels gloves wear seat belts. Henry Cavill was leaving superman. And Jason my MoMA has said he's not just talked to Henry. He's absolutely not leaving the character. He loves the caca. He's not one hundred percent. He said whilst promoting his film set within the data universe. I mean, definitely this is going to leave a lot of loose ends the one baton up. Let's keep movie. Want to believe that is really him because he called in Henry h dog. Point..

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"ethan hawke" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

04:48 min | 3 years ago

"ethan hawke" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"I guess which I feel the same. I mean, that's the number. Remember, my grandfather saying that to me is you think I'm this old, man. And I still feel in here. You know, like the guy in that. Because I was looking at a photo. I remember going to my photo my grandfather fifties he looked he looks. Pimped out as well. It looks so hit. And he said I'd still that's me. I mean, no, you don't see that me. And I think I am happy that I'm getting to do the kind of work, you know, dead poet's society a little bit of a charge. You know, you hear people talk about carpet DM, gather Rosebud swell. You may. I don't think I realized that at the time, but that movie was a charge in a lot of people who saw it. But to those of us who worked on it was charge to live your life to the fullest and live it by your own definitions. What how do you define success? Not how everybody around you defined success. Not how it's not what your mom wants to live your life. How you think somebody else while you know, your brother, whoever it is how you wanna live your life. And I think I didn't realize at the time what? A tattoo that movie was on my heart. What did you? Learn from Robin Williams just watching him as a young actor. Well. The first. He gave me the first taste of what acting could be in what you'll people often. See when people say, oh, I want to be an actor something. Usually what they mean is I want to be noticed? I wanted people to pay attention to me. And would you learn as you develop a relationship to acting that the real mystery and the beauty of it lies? Dissolution of self that when it goes really, well, you disappear and you're in service of a larger story in you realize that all the things that are essential about who you are exist in you as well. And in everyone in it's a very powerful thing. And I did this scene with Robin where he says, you know, tell it interesting doesn't think he has anything of value inside of him. And he asked me to sound. My barbaric, y'all up over the rooftops of the world, and it was an amazing experience because the deeper into that scene. I got but the day was over. I couldn't remember what had happened, and it was the first taste of how positive and how beautiful performance could be which is part of a collective imagination. It's not me. It's Robbins immagination is Josh Charles's imagination. It's Robert Sean Leonard imagination. It's the it's the grip. It's the guy holding the light. We're all. You know, you're collecting something. And when you see that have impact over the asks you about it thirty years later, you go everybody likes to tell you. How things don't matter. They do matter in it is when something goes right like that it has reverberations that last a long time. And that makes me excited to go to work tomorrow and river rations that continue today. I mean, I have to magic for you still hear about it. When you're walking down the street society. What didn't do to your life though, as a young actor? You're a teenager trying to figure yourself out a little bit. I have to imagine. Here comes this movie that makes like a quarter of a billion dollars, and now you're famous and now people know your name, wouldn't that mean to you in your life? You know, what's strange is the way life works is now at this point at forty seven. I don't know what it's like not to have that. Norman, that's the story. I. I I was lucky because it happened in a group. I've often felt it was more difficult for people like Matthew mcconnahey or Julia Roberts or Denzel Washington until it happened pretty slow for. But when when it happens to somebody overnight, and it has an individuality individuality attached to it. Meaning I was going to one of the dead poet's. Right. You know, it wasn't really Ethan Hawke in that that that can happen with reality bites. But I was I felt the power of how the arts can affect people and that had a big positive impact on the negatives are kind of there's a luxury tax of having to make mistakes in public. There's a luxury tax of losing iniquity in that can inhibit your learning. It's very difficult to do anything authentically when you're in a zoo..

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"ethan hawke" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"ethan hawke" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"For checking in and listening along with us. I got a great one for you this week. My guest is Ethan Hawke, Ethan. I got together in his neighborhood in Brooklyn sat down in his favourite bar to talk about a film. That's getting him a lot of award season talk. It's called I reformed. He plays. A priest's struggling with his faith. A lot of critics say it's the performance of his long career and a lot of people suggesting he could win some awards for it. He's already been nominated for the Gotham award for best actor in the movie for best film, a lot of people see that as sort of a precursor and tell about what may be coming down the road at the Oscars. We also talked about a passion project of his his film blaze. He wrote it he produced it he directed about an unsung country music legend named blaze Foley, true story, real life. So we get into both of those as well as his career and the breakout role when he was just a kid. And dead poet's society. What he learned from Robin Williams on that set about acting how that role taught him that this is what he wanted to do with his life and influence the rest of his career also sort of being an artistic guy in Hollywood world. In other words, turning down some roles you'd be shocked to hear he did early in his career. He was supposed to do a move your. He was offered a movie with Jack Nicholson had to call his hero. Jack Nicholson and say I can't do the movie because I'm working on a novel a twenty something doing that. He also talks about his daughter is twenty year old daughter Maya with his ex wife Uma Thurman who will be appearing and starring in the third season of stranger things, really interesting. Really smart guy. I think you'll enjoy the conversation with Ethan Hawke right now on the Sunday, sit down podcast, thanks for doing this. Appreciate it. This pleasure. So which what's the first bourbon, we reach for when we walk into this. Great bar. Okay. The first bourbon that we'd reach for when. Go I would have to go. Well, you start with the bullet ri- shirts says to make yourself feel at home in. Then I don't wanna wait too long before you drink the expensive stuff. Right. See go up to the Ballantine's, you know, a little bit as soon as you can't. Yeah. You really drunk. He can switch to Jack, Dan, that's thing. Right. Going to be too drunk when you get to the good stuff. Yeah. Waste a month. Like, always drink, expensive wine right away early or. Yeah. Don't waste which means. It's usually lost on people. So this is your spot. Thanks for having us here. We'll thanks for meeting me on a busy time for you just nominated for a bunch of awards for first reform. Congratulations awards in a movie the actor the screenplay. What do you think people responding to in that move? We were just talking. It's not a huge budget movie with a big marketing budget, but people have really identified it as one of the movies here. I don't know that I'm the right person to talk about it because it is hard to talk about how much you like your own work and not sound like a jerk. Hope you through this. But I will say that there's something about Paul Schrader wrote taxi driver in enraging bowl back at a time period. When people really wanted cinema to be incendiary when people were expecting from the movies a grownup experience. Meaning there's something that's happened to movies where it's been because it's so oriented about making money, then they really they want to appeal to the most amount of people possible at all times in if you're doing that you can't make taxi driver because taxi drivers not really made to peel to the masses. It's made to find you at a specific moment in your life. And if you see it if you see raging bull at the right moment in your life. It'll actually change you. But it's not it's not what you do from six to eight because you have nothing else to do..

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"ethan hawke" Discussed on Channel 33

Channel 33

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"ethan hawke" Discussed on Channel 33

"Miller lite is the great tasting light beer with only ninety six calories and three point, two grams of carbs that's fewer than half the calories and half the carbs of Bud Light. So there's really nothing more to talk about if you want cool cold, refreshing beer in these waning days. Go with Miller lite. Miller lite. Hold true. Now back to my conversation with Ethan Hawke. You haven't directed actors on a movie set in a long time, not since your first film and you've made a lot of films since then and you've done a lot. I assume you've grown a lot as a performer, and I'm wondering if you felt a significant difference making this movie to that movie. Wow, I did. And you know, forty seven when I directed before there was a little Afon Terry quality before were, you know, I'm directing Kris, Kristofferson house, twenty nine. You know, on Chelsea walls and directing, Vanessa, Vanessa, Natasha, Richardson's, Vanessa, Redgrave daughter, Natasha Richardson was directing Chris. In the tasha in, I felt like a punk kid, you know, and I was running this set and I felt like I deserved to do it. It wasn't insecure about whether I deserve to do it, and you know, link letter used. To say this thing that experiences, something that can't be faked. You know, in that without experience, you don't really have confidence. You can play it confidence where you can trick your brain into feeling confident, but it was a wonderful. I have directed well and badly already. I have known. I've been directed well, and I've been directed badly. I know that making a movie is sacred and beautiful opportunity. And I also know that it's just making a movie where their bad experiences that you've had that you've thought I don't want to be this kind of director. I don't wanna be the person who does this. One of my favorite things that ever happened to me was my daughter was about, I don't know, eleven and I asked her our trip went with. She liked person that was on a trip there and she said, I liked him fine. But daddy, you wouldn't like him at all. Oh, why not? Because he was really rude to waiters. And that made me feel really good that she knew that I wouldn't like that person because I probably wouldn't in the directors, I don't like are the ones that try to have power over other people in see their position as an opportunity to control in one of the things that I've learned, it's amazing thing when you can use directing to empower and you work really hard and you control what you would needs to be controlled in service of their art. You knew what it felt like for Benecke to win best actor at Sundance. I assisted to take it there and he went down the rabbit hole and it was scary..

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Blaze Interview with Ethan Hawke and Ben Dickey

Talk Nerdy to Me

04:22 min | 3 years ago

Blaze Interview with Ethan Hawke and Ben Dickey

"Object, lots joy, Sanger. And here this with the pastoral post. We have some esteemed guests with us various team, Ethan Dickey of the film that's coming out here. You need to check it out over at the Alamo draft house. It's called for the second showing, I think are also without a third showing. That one is. Off the rails, but full of wisdom. I christian. So just. Some nice cuisine. Jay last night. Yeah, we're going. I don't even know. People have thrown the water. Saturday here before. Hu's trip here for sure. Got to go to high miss hut. Three. It's a Mexican restaurant, open three till twenty four hours. That you're sitting everybody, we talk, scary drive everybody interviews till. There are so many good ones. Fort worth. Yeah. Got the news about the interview yesterday with you guys. Trae shoots me tax. He says, got got eaten in Ben coming up tomorrow. Don't wear take. And as one does for interview you brush up, you know, you look at Google. You know, we competed last ditch effort, but the. I'm looking up and then just Bartik with this news about and we host a geeky talk show called talk nerdy to me. So this is a little apropos ears. Throw it out there. I'm not even put an context into context. Yeah, even hawk aid superhero. Logan socked. Here's the thing. I had no idea how sensitive superheroes were. If I did, I would have been a lot. Let me correct the record. Okay. The reason I was talking about Logan is because I love it. I love superhero movies. I like every kind of movie. I don't think there's a difference between high art and low art. There are movies that people put their heart into in their movies that people try to cash in on in the ones I like are the ones that people put their heart into, and you can feel it in a superior movie or you can feel it in horror movie or you can feel it in some art house movie. What I was talking about is that there is so much money being spent commercially making it so that that's all we see in. There aren't rooms for the movies that I grew up on. One of the Kuku snus I'm day those type of movies would now be art house movies in their made to feel fringe in their made to feel small. You know, I was making the joke that if if Logan dark Knight and Dr. Strange are great art films. What is fanny? Alexander do nothing. Theater today. The most of my, those are my favorite superhero movies. Doctor strange, Logan, darva this great films, but they're not. The only thing there is in young people grow up today. Thinking that's not a real movie. Was. A green screen not involved, and it's not. It's not a real. Our country turns everything into a competition. They wanna tell you what's score on rotten tomatoes. What's how much box office did it make in when it was going up to things didn't exist, and you could just absorb movie for how it meant to you? It doesn't. There's no game to win. You know, that's not what artists he said. With music film women. Elevator out to pay. Let's see what that's all about. So let's talk about the stock about blaze here of the film that he directed Ethan the road and. Stars here. And when the most interesting things about this Bill also the Genesis of how this came to be you guys known each other, what fifteen years and cut me from road. You guys were jamming out to to blaze and what happens slower than that. The truth is how well we are girl friends or best friends right since like the second third grade. And so we would go on vacations together in those two gap all night long. And we a friendship happened. I grew to love Benz, music Benz in a band called the blood feathers and Philly that I loved

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"ethan hawke" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

The Empire Film Podcast

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"ethan hawke" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast

"When I work with my sister directors always tell them, give me room with me. Denzel don't try to block into a schedule without having time because I know any room to play with him. No one knows if you're gonna walk in the room. I'm a walking room and I'm gonna say this, you know the dialogue, but he may get a different feeling when you when you deliver your line. Right? Like with him and miles to kit the scene without giving it away. I got intense because Denzel really cares about kids about what's happening to them in their lives that came out of him that wasn't on a page. You know, he just we had rehearsed rehearsed, but I knew because I know him that it was going to go further than what we were hers, and it was a matter of making sure Ashton handle those moments. That's why it's important to have great actors next, great actors. Because when things shift within the context of the moment, you gotta stay with it. Yeah, becomes the true moment to see if you really have what it takes to Spar with somebody like Zell because he's in the moment and everything he's doing about the moment and he's gonna make you look stronger if you stay in the game. So when I was Kathy for Ashton, I needed to make sure headed young acted wouldn't panic and lose way. Right. And that's that's a hard thing to do hats off to ask when I was trying to find Ethan Hawke. Well, the character in training day one of the hardest things was finding somebody could sit in a car next Denzel. Not drown. Yeah. And also be a great actor on his own that it was support Denzel performance and the and has performance Ethan. Was that guy? I don't think the academy were what happened without Ethan. Yeah, got nominated himself. People forget. So finding a balance. It's like a team. You only great as your your partner and your team, you know, and those to those sort of moments within Zell surprise me all the time all the time. This is your first sequel and going into it. You know what people liked about the first movie and you have, there's always that trap the secrets, ca fall into where you just give them the same thing. Again, trap is to do the same thing starts richer, wake went off and wrote a script that was different from the first group. So if you didn't see, I saw only this one. It can stand on his own as a film. Without the information. And that's part of the key to a sequence to me is, you know, first of all, when you make your first film, I movie of a sequence sequel rather look at it as just a movie. Try to make that movie the best movie you can make and that's it don't think of it at the. They won't be another one. You can't think I'm gonna make this whole back. I'm not going to give everything I got because it might not, you know, because I got to save it for the second one mistake just gotta go forward as if that's it. Not only that you got to move as if you're never gonna get to make another movie again because you only as good as your last one, right? Yeah. Yeah. So you gotta going thinking, this is this is the fight. This is it if I lose, I lose. So you can't be thinking about well on equalizer two and three. I'm not gonna use this lens because it's really cool ended, and I don't want to do this does give me your best performance because you know, we want to save for the second one, your second bed. Yeah, that's not gonna work, you know. So you just do the best movie and then then it becomes a money thing. Studio thing, of course, if they want us spend money on the second one or third one on credit be as well. This is Denzel first sequel to. I mean, there's no taking Pelham one to four. There's. For some reason, your husband and twenty two, and I don't really understand why he's still alive. She's back. It's taken a long time to make a sequel imagined when he did. So he came wanting to before pitfalls, and you know? Yeah. I mean, it's all in the script as well. I don't think he consciously just didn't want to sequel nothing made sense to do sequel with really same with me for me..

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"ethan hawke" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

04:33 min | 3 years ago

"ethan hawke" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"Infest reformed ethan hawke reverend paula a pastor of small church upstate new york he was grappling with questions of life and faith in the runup to his churches tuna fiftieth anniversary including concerns brought on by an encounter with a radical environmentalist and his wife explosives opportunistic diseases and our key martial law you will live to see this i guess what he was thinking so frightened skews again certainty think they've all breed extremism swirled out have not lost my face ethan hawke grappling with his faith in first reform the latest film from writer director paul schrader who wrote taxi driver among many of the screen place so hannah and this is a very dense movie was the best way to summit up for those who don't know you pay me on the spot there michael and i say that having written a review and having seen this film twice and i'm still not entirely sure there's like a neat wait packing this for potential audiences i guess the best way to describe it is how people happen describing it since tiffosi it's about this pastor who lives the pious existence in upstate new york and he starts to question everything he knows everything he believes after encountering the fundamental environmentalist and his lovely girlfriend who's trying to look out for him to say for eight we had a little over in that clip yes yeah and starts pretty bleak can it gets bleaker and doesn't get any better as it goes on this there's a great bit in the trail ethan hawke as reverend toys quiting thomas matton and he says i know that nothing can change in there is no haven is ready what the film is just like bleak just bleak start finish by left eye radio to much in the mind of hereditary from couple of weeks ago well again i was like yeah it's totally hopeless by really enjoyed it warding really asking the questions i think straight always does and it does feel like this culmination he's a direct he's always kind grapple with these questions of religion and you know the intersection of kind of religion and society and this feels like a kind of old man railing it what he believes and what the world believes and he asks questions it doesn't necessarily give people the answers which i think is more rewarding than kind of preaching he's just exploring some things rewarding as well matt's too i mean i think it's really gonna be catnip this movie to schrader fans and you know it's nice coincidence that he's just you know the second edition of his of his famous seventies con transcendental silence just been been released updated his transcendental biglou where that book was about the kind of the great direct it is breslin andrea renault zoo and and this is a greatest hits package of that kind of work and and straight as work today i mean you know the setup for this movie is lifted directly from bergman's winter light about a young couple that come to that preacher i mean in that movie the guy maximum is terrified of nuclear apocalypse and that's been changed in this for this ecological fear and disaster which again from resins devil probably but it some just fantastic you say really some heavy stuff going on there it's interesting in his writing he's always dealt with these huge questions on a personal the idea of god's lonely man from taxi driver on woods and focus it on these single characters within a social landscape and use them as a sense of discourse in this film very dense screenplay is essential scene where ethan hawke count his and the environmentalist have this discussion about how to be a pious christian in this world would you go out and do do things run godly things it's this message but then also in this film you mentioned his transcendental style which is a very formalist approach us in and he seems to be really kind of practicing what he preaches i think more explicitly than anywhere else i mean i think he's been reaching for this movie for especially the ending of this movie for his for his entire career and you know this is.

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"ethan hawke" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

04:20 min | 3 years ago

"ethan hawke" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"A slightly affected accent that he's taking okay well the the character kind of comes across as a cross between alan partridge and liberal g via graham kerr the galloping gourmet remember him okay the first one we save company runs in on a horse so it's written directed by andrew fleming who made the croft way back and then made that steve coogan film which i think you saw hamlet to the one about the the actor who then becomes a teacher and then put decides to put on hamlet to you okay on the road the light and steve coogan us one but the character and other actually funnily enough this the real heavy lifting is done by paul rudd because in a way what he's doing is slightly more difficult he's playing the character who is much more internalized and much more serious and you know so the two of them are like children you said there is on the one hand there's a kind of you know book couso foale thing going on on the other hand i mean the film it's it's hard is completely in the right place it's a story about you know loving parents and you know when the child turns up and they said we can't possibly have a child in life obviously during the course of the movie they discover the buddies when you it it it's not rocket science to see how that plays out but it is nice to see that story told the my problem with this i wish it'd been funnier than it was it doesn't have this there's no kind of acerbic bite to it partly i think because it's very genial and good natured and it is also true but it's absolutely skates along a line of caricature i mean there are moments in it when you think i'm not totally sure about this but i think overall i wish it had been funnier i thought that that it was it was basically it's heart was in the right place and there were moments when a small and they were a couple of moments when i laughed in fact one of them what's in that thing when he said it's like i had forgotten that is probably the funniest line in the film so flawed definitely but again i mean oddly enough not unlike the mary shelley thing if you think that the the intentions of film of fundamentally good you'll forgive it a lot of flaws in the next half because we hit till one o'clock in fact the other side of the niece's port you'll hear from ethan hawke talking about his brand new film which is called first reformed twelve thirty seven i we're talking movies till one o'clock still to be reviewed if what we finished this coping with men the first purge and whitney and that's all to come plus a conversation with ethan hawke about his new film which will discuss next you got a clip in just a moment first of all his you get in this you're gonna get cedric the entertainer as reverend joel jeffers and ethan hawke as the reverend and taller wasn't aware that i had jesus one are suffering he suffered for us he wants our commitment and our obedience and one of his creation the heavens declare the glory of god god is present everywhere in every plant every river every tiny insect the whole world is a manifestation of his holy presence i think this is an issue where where the church can lead but these say nothing that the us congress still denies climate change where were we would need people were elected and that's a clip from first reformed are delighted to say that it star ethan hawke is with us in the studio hello ethan how are you sir i'm very well thanks for having see looking healthy and and chipper as opposed to new movie where you're looking increasingly i do worry about you throughout the film anyway in which you play the reverend taller tell anyway tell us about this i should say because you may have forgotten how you came on the show last summer when you're promoting moldy and use you said at the end that you had received the script for this film and it was to quote you one of the three best scripts i've ever worked on so to pick up the story from from there is very few people that are famous screenwriters really minnesota famous directors but paul schrader is a really great writer who's really made a name for himself as a as a screenwriter and from the time he burst on the scene with taxi driver.

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"ethan hawke" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"ethan hawke" Discussed on Filmspotting

"Do you want i want to throw i'll sitting up here must feel good that's michael jordan with chadwick bozeman in black panther so we're sitting right about at the halfway point of the year a good time to start talking about the top five films of the year start thinking about that list at least which we'll get to enjoy we do want to start that conversation with new poll question that's asking for the best performances of the year so far so we looked back at some of the reviews we've given some of the actors that we've highlighted on the show and that we know other critics are pretty excited about what listeners have called out as well and here's the list we've got for you to choose from emily blunt in a quiet place toni collette in hereditary hugh grant in paddington too i just love that that's in the mix ethan hawke from first reformed brady jandreau first timer in the writer michael jordan who just heard in black panther charlene darren in totally and then we do have an other category because you can right and they're some really strong options in lesser seen films were thinking about claire foy in steven soderbergh's unseen unseen we talked about bryan cranston's great voice work as chief in i'll of dogs walking phoenix and you're never really here gina rodriguez a lot of people had praised for in a supporting role in an isolation in then charlie plummer another young actor in lean on all good options there as with any full question i think that the results will favor the performances that have been seen the big ones that you're aware of and more people have seen michael jordan black panther probably than any of those other options toni collette in hereditary that's the one on here i haven't seen so can't vote for unfortunately in that movie is the newest of all of those options so i'm sure many people do need to catch up with it but we tried to consider some of the best lead and supporting performances of the year the ones as you said josh that have stood out to us and seemed to be in the conversation with other critics and filmgoers josh do you have a set answer to this have you really considered this yet or are you weighing the options the tough place i'm in is wayne supporting performances against lead if it supporting it's michael jordan for me but in the lead category i've got toni collette and ethan hawke duke it out so those three i know for sure it's among those three i just gotta work all that stuff out he michael jordan if we're going supporting if we're going lead colette the one i can't consider as i said but it would be ethan hawke or maybe brady jandreau that performance that alchemy of the writer that's strange confluence of nonfiction and fiction and the way it all comes together and jandreau as a novice actor but someone who is so natural presence onscreen i think that's where i'm leaning brady jandreau in the writer i thought more people do get a chance to see that especially now that and i think it is is if i remember correctly golden brick candidate for us this year for jerks just now coming out on dvd maybe by the time people here this will have been out i saw a tweet earlier this week but for some reason at least according to the tweet i saw it's not being released in blu ray it's a gorgeous yeah it is absolutely i really have no good treatment why wouldn't get the blu ray treatment but hopefully one way or another more people will see that movie and mention it gets film spotting trifecta seal of approval not only did we both highly recommend that film but sam just had a chance our producer to see that movie in theater in wisconsin and loved it he's in yeah all speaking performances did chris pratt's turn and fallen kingdom launch him to the top of our movie chris power rankings the film spotting top five perhaps our most important never is next stay with us.

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"ethan hawke" Discussed on We Paid To See This

We Paid To See This

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"ethan hawke" Discussed on We Paid To See This

"So that's yeah so they're they're going back and forth and there's this great it's also narrated because he's in hawk is writing in his journals so at that moment there's this great bit where ethan hawke is like there's like the i like light in him at this moment of the movie like maybe ten minutes in the has this intense passion where he's like he challenged everything i said and it was like he was a head of me this point whatever and then he just goes it was exhilarating and it's yeah so it's twenty two to twenty four weeks is the maximum cutoff so killed a kid but it's weird that she said he wants to motor child is that right or kill out that's it's interesting movie languidly written is beautifully written to the point of you don't catch everything the first time there's like when when eastern hawk first comes over for that first meeting there's just this incredible moment that could be nothing but she's like do you wanna coffee and there's like this weird silence where he's like about to say no i don't he's he makes an excuse for it but doesn't really say anything she's like we have immediately and he's like yeah have a t like it's just this great it's so so frigging well written it is i guess a poem it's a song this movie and he agrees to meet with the husband agreed to meet with ethan hawke and on the next day they're gonna have lunch together and discuss this stuff and blah blah blah and before that can happen he cancels the next meeting with him via text message ethan hawke has this flip phone and i kinda love the way and hot closes the cell phone it's weird thing by the way it's shot in four three and there's a lot of crazy weird close ups with feels like a play at times it's such an intimate movie that in a second you'll see why was frustrated the second time i thought but.

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"ethan hawke" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"ethan hawke" Discussed on /Film Daily

"You know i i think is really relevant to today to uh i i think uh any can hey school would injure that film uh before sunrise is you know great in deepak you know it's ethan hawke and julie dopey uh in it's basically them exploring what is the paris and fm wit yana a vienna comfort i am mixing up my uh based on fact attached yeah uh but i i think that's the type of film that not many kids that age have probably seen it don't know that that kind of movie can exist it like feels very different than any movie that is out there um you know what richard linklater does is very unique and um it i think the you know the obvious the law of the conversations in the being up all night something i kid can relate to in my last and final fomer my west if one of my favorites honestly i'd doug whiteman go doug lyman obviously the guy did on the first movie he did i issued tomorrow or whatever it's called now uh go uh is written by john august end um it takes place i it's kind of like a pulp fiction ask has like a couple book coupled a few different narratives that intersect with each other in ways the you don't know in uh you know at the center of this is a uh a drug driven story in a wave on that shirts the best to be shown in school.

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"ethan hawke" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"ethan hawke" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review

"There's another movie out this week cooled moody um i went to see it and i met with the one of his stars ethan hawke he he stores as on side the uh the amazing sally hawkins um and we can find out what ropy makes of this film a very shortly but first stop on fisheries on my conversation with ethan after this clip drudgery occurred ferries of wall or ferry hip bird well we're told you could do that dan what you said wait place local right i ox are i know paying the car the or paid him a boots no pain in my year rest is fine lord hers or fairies of mine and that was a clip from the movie the and with me hey i'm very proud to say is one of the stars of the film ethan hawke ethan haida doing really well excellent all right well as great to have you here um for the lucky listeners of was who at yet to see this movie can you just set up exactly who mood years them where you'll curry yes maude lewis out was a canadian folk artist of very small note during her lifetime but in the years since she passed has been her celebrity has been growing in which she was a she suffered from juvenile authorizes and she was a pretty mistreated by her family uh she's estranged young woman and a kind of what they call the broken her spine in her hands in her feet in her attitude were unique in.

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