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Ethan Hawke On ‘Fishpriest,’ Working Nonstop, And Drawing Inspiration From Paul Newman

For Ethan Hawke, the opportunity to work within the bounds of an Audible Original with the freshly released Fishpriest [you can listen to the series here] checked a few boxes. For one, as the actor told us recently during the following wide-ranging conversation, it was a strike in his own personal battle against the pandemic, with him, the other voice actors, and the creative team coming together on the project despite the production limitations that have made it harder to make art over these last few years. It’s also an opportunity for him to, again, play a cop (or former cop, in this case) trapped in a complex situation in a story within a genre with which he has great affection.
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Fishpriest: Check Out a Clip From Audible's New Scripted Series Starring Ethan Hawke (Exclusive)

It's been a big year for actor Ethan Hawke, as he already starred in the Marvel series Moon Knight and also has the horror film The Black Phone landing in theaters in just a few weeks, but for fans who can't seem to get enough of the performer, you can also check out his all-new Audible series Fishpriest, which premieres this week. While the new series might not be straightforward horror, it embraces a number of dark and macabre themes to unravel a compelling tale of crime and murder. You can check out an exclusive clip from Fishpriest above before it premieres on Audible on May 19th.
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Simu Liu Clarifies Why He Criticized Moon Knight's Ethan Hawke Mandarin Dialogue

Oscar Isaac's Moon Knight has finally stepped out of the spotlight as Disney+'s first series slated for 2022. However, the series faced controversy when Shang-Chi actor Simu Liu hilariously reacted to Ethan Hawke's Arthur Harrow's Mandarin Dialogue in the series. In the show's second episode, Hawke's Arthur Harrow had a...

Ethan Hawke defends superhero movies in resurfaced viral video

It should come as no surprise that Ethan Hawke is a fan of comic book movies, really. After all, he has just appeared in the MCU TV series Moon Knight, where he played the villain Arthur Harrow. But, a viral video of the actor praising superhero movies has resurfaced recently, and it’s a real delight to see someone of his stature talking so positively about the art form of filmmaking.

Ethan Hawke Made His Film Debut In This Underrated Sci-Fi Movie

The '80s was a special time for kid's sci-fi movies. "Short Circuit," "The Neverending Story," and, of course, "E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrial" were all released in this decade and went on to become box office hits and beloved staples of the genre. What did they have in common? They all centered on meeting some otherworldly creatures and/or aliens.

Moon Knight Star Ethan Hawke Trends After Video Resurfaces of His Superhero Movie Opinions

As comic book movies become more and more popular, some filmmakers have come out against the art form. Iconic directors Martin Scorsese and Ridley Scott have both gone viral for making negative comments about the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Scorsese became a trending topic back in 2019 for comparing superhero films to theme parks and Scott previously made headlines for calling them "f*cking boring as sh*t." These takes tend to divide the Internet, but an old video of Moon Knight's Ethan Hawke is currently getting a lot of praise. Back in 2018, the actor spoke with RayWorkProductions and defended superhero movies. The video was shared this week and has since gone viral.
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Uma Thurman Was Once Married to ‘Gattaca’ Costar Ethan Hawke: Get to Know Her Ex-Husbands and Dating History

Kill Bill actress Uma Thurman has led a remarkable film career since landing her breakout role in Dangerous Liaisons in 1988. Audiences have continued to fall in love with the Golden Globe winner, watching her take on a plethora of characters in all genres. Outside of her life onscreen, Uma found love with several of her costars over the years. Keep scrolling to learn more about Uma’s marriage and dating history.

Ethan Hawke Praises Vincent D'Onofrio's Kingpin as His Favorite Marvel Performance

Moon Knight star Ethan Hawke is getting overwhelming praise for his portrayal of villain Arthur Harrow in the Marvel Disney+ series – but there' a different Marvel Cinematic Universe villain actor that Hawke prefers even over himself: Vincent D'Onofrio's Kingpin! D'Onofrio helped set the bar for modern superhero TV by playing Wilson Fisk in the Netflix Daredevil series; he owned the role so much (and the screen) that Marvel Studios didn't even bother to recast it, instead choosing to bring D'Onofrio's Kingpin into the MCU as part of the Hawkeye Disney+ series.

Cannes Classics Lineup Includes Ethan Hawke’s ‘The Last Movie Stars’, Restorations Of ‘Singin’ In The Rain’, ‘The Mother And The Whore’ & More

Click here to read the full article. The Cannes Film Festival has set its lineup for this year’s Cannes Classics program, which shines a spotlight on restorations of classic movies and features contemporary documentaries about film. Kicking off the sidebar is Jean Eustache’s controversial film The Mother and the Whore, the 1973 Cannes Grand Prize winner which incited riots at the time. Also included in the program are films by Vittorio de Sica (Sciuscià), Satyajit Ray (The Adversary), Orson Welles (The Trial) and Martin Scorsese (The Last Waltz), as well as a new 4K master of Singin’ in the Rain...

Ethan Hawke Accepted His Role In The Black Phone As Creepily As Possible

When "Doctor Strange" director Scott Derrickson returned to the horror genre with his frequent collaborator C. Robert Cargill to adapt "The Black Phone," he knew he needed exceptional elements to elevate Joe Hill's original source material to something as outright terrifying as Derrickson and Cargill's 2012 chiller, "Sinister." The Universal-Blumhouse effort concerns a young man named Finney Shaw (played by Mason Thames) who finds himself in the lair of a masked child killer dubbed The Grabber, played by Ethan Hawke. Finney seems as doomed as the rest — that is, until an unplugged phone rings in the basement where he is held captive. The callers on the other end? Grabber's previous victims, determined not to let history repeat itself.

Ethan Hawke Was Hesitant To Play Villains, And Then He Did The Black Phone

Hawke has been acting in Hollywood since his youth, having starred in everything from low-fi talky indie dramas to sinister ghost stories and gigantic blockbusters. Hawke has always proven to be incredibly versatile as a performer, playing priests and vampires with equal aplomb. And while Hawke has played dodgy or monstrous characters in the past — his space procurer character from "Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets" is definitely on the shady side — it's rare that he's played an out-and-out villain. "The Black Phone" is one of the rare instances where he plays an unapologetically evil person.