Ethan Hawke was a teenager the first time he found himself in the offices of CAA. Agents there had big plans to make Hawke into a superstar, following his breakout role in ‘Dead Poets Society.’ Hawke, however, had other plans. The actor and filmmaker tells us about staying true to his artistic ambitions, and talks about his newest film, ‘Blaze,’ a drama he directed about the little-known, but hugely talented, country singer-songwriter Blaze Foley. Plus, a banter on Disney’s big streaming gamble.
Ethan Hawke on artistic ambition and his new film ‘Blaze’
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