Ethan Hawke breaks down his favorite and most iconic characters, including Todd Anderson from ‘Dead Poets Society,’ Jesse from ‘Before Sunset,’ Dad from ‘Boyhood,’ Jake from ‘Training Day,’ Vincent Freeman from ‘Gattaca,’ Troy Dyer from ‘Reality Bites’ and many more.
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Ethan Hawke Breaks Down His Most Iconic Characters | GQ
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You can't be confident without experience. True, but a certain type of experience. Self-reliance experience. It is a necessary per-requisite to genuine self confidence. Not that fake it till you make it, bold and courageous, hit the ground running, I can do everything, etc. BS, so dominating our culture and workplaces today. Thanks to psychology and human resource morons.
Listening to Ethan speak about his journey was really eye opening. Glad he came in and did this.
Boyhood was a great movie.
Ethan banged Uma Thurman… much respect…
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The movie October sky was a white movie but I remember him in that movie. It was a different kind of movie than Training Day
I wish they included sinister
He ages like fine wine
Et han chewy
What about playing Johnny drama on entourage for 6 seasons🤣
When I discovered before sunrise, sunset and midnight one after one in the same day, I was wondering if Hawk and Delpy weren't a couple in real life.
Those actors succeed to make me believe they were a true couple.
I’ve watched a ton of these—it’s really a fascinating series; but this is my favorite so far. He’s such a great story teller.
Seems like a down to earth guy who is well-motivated
Somehow Ethan's ability to just state the obvious seems so deep. "Most kids look a lot like their parents." "I like people like me."
Yo I just watched before sunrise and I must say…it’s one of the best films I’ve seen recently. Him talking about being a father in that film really touched my heart.
Day breakers spooky vampire flick, purge good too
You let Uma Thurman go man?
I love how you get excited when talking about Co workers and your films. You really are humble and kind when face to face. (can't wait to find out) 😉 Page, AZ
Of this entire GQ series of actors talking about their career vids, Ethan's is the absolute best. Icon.
He was born to be someone who people enjoy talking with…
What do you call that haircut? I WANT that.. it looks so professional and gentleman-ly..
He was fantastic in Boyhood
Big fan!! I always enjoy his movies
This guy is a pretty interesting dude to listen to.
HE AGED AMAZINGLY
He stared in the purge !!!!!! How could they not include that masterpiece
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No White Fang??
I wish I was like Ethan Hawke: he seems so put together, so humble, so passionate, well spoken and thoughtful
I'm surprised Titanic was such a well received movie upon releasing. I thought that movie was mediocre and overrated.
Impressively articulate and insightful.
i want a 20 minutes video of him only talking about dps. thank you
found him through Sinister, sucks that he didn’t talk about that movie
Ethan Hawke talks about how great everyone else was in each movie and never gives praise to his own acting, you can tell he’s a good dude, my fav part of this is when they tell him maya looks like him and uma and he’s like “most kids look like their parents” lmaooo
Gattaca. My absolute favorite film of all friggin' time.
Breaks my heart that it didn't get the recongnition it deserved.
Ethan's character in Training Day was so irritating I was rooting for Denzel's character the entire film. And I abhor violence.
If underrated was a person 🥺
You know what..??
Ethan Hawke is going to play a comic book villain..!!!! Sooner or later..!!
Gattaca changed my life