Tag: Ethan Hawke

50 hot guys – 2014

50 hot guys – 2014

Posted October 31, 2014

The movie list is clearly late this year. I’ll have to think of something wildly interesting to post between this list and the tv list or my blog will have become just hot guys and then more hot guys. One of the great things about the movie list is that it offers variety. Except for pilots and new series, the tv list is a lot of the same guys a lot of the time. But sometimes even our favorites aren’t in a movie every year so the list gets mixed up. Kel let me pick all the pictures this year […]

Ethan Hawke Q&A

Ethan Hawke Q&A

Posted October 1, 2011

Hollywood is full of dilettantes, but the 40-year-old actor is a real-deal renaissance man who’s successfully bridged film, theater, literature, and fatherhood. Who says a slacker icon can’t be the hardest-working man in show business? DETAILS: You’ve acted in about two movies a year since 1985. Do you go nuts when you’re not working?Ethan Hawke: You’re not even counting the theater! There aren’t many serious actors from my generation who’ve done as much theater as I have, and who have also published a couple of books, and who have also had four kids. I’ve always felt restless. Perennially, chronically unsatisfied. […]

Ethan Hawke: Renaissance Boy

Posted March 1, 1995

Two and a half years ago, this reporter met up with young Hawke, not far removed from a supporting role opposite a dog in White Fang and fresh off his turn as every vegan’s nightmare in Alive. Reaction from bystanders was universal: “Ethan Hawke … isn’t he the ‘Oh, captain, my captain’ guy from Dead Poets Society? He’s such a cute kid.” Fast forward to the present. Toss in one role as a cynical hipster asshole in the twenty-something comedy Reality Bites, a tabloid dance with Julia Roberts and reports that he has completed a short novel. Once again the […]

Rich or Famous?

Posted March 1, 1992

Ethan Hawke isn’t sure whether he wants to be either one, or both. Here, the sought-after young star talks about his generation, girls, and what it’s really like to see one’s name up in lights. “I swore to myself that I was never going to do this anymore,” Ethan Hawke says, waving his hand to include me, my tape recorder and the yellow pad I’ve set up for this interview. And when did you decide that? When you were a puppy? “It was when I was 20,” he says in all seriousness. “No, 19. No, wait…” Excuse me a minute […]