Ethan Hawke from “Moon Knight” hinted at the end of his career

Ethan Hawke from “Moon Knight” hinted at the end of his career

Following Woody Allen, who announced his last film and retirement, the American actor, writer and director Ethan Hawke (“Moon Knight”) hinted at the end of his career. About this 51-year-old nominee for “Oscar”, “Golden Globe”, BAFTA and “Tony” said in an interview with IndieWire.

Moon Knight's Ethan Hawke hints at retirement

Ethan Hawke

The actor also explained the momentum behind his new HBO Max documentary series The Last movie stars” (The Last Movie Stars) and its difficult relationship to fame.

“I definitely went from an old young man to a young old man. I prefer it this way. It seems to me that playing John Brown in The Good Lord Bird [2020, Ed.] was the beginning of my “late” career for me, the beginning of my last act. But this is the beginning, you know?” Ethan Hawke told IndieWire.

Moon Knight's Ethan Hawke hinted at retirement

Ethan Hawke

The actor admitted that lately he has been noticing footage that he would like to see in the media as a result of his life and career. For example, his character Goodnight Robichaux in the western The Magnificent Seven directed by Antoine Fuqua, or something from Richard Linklater's trilogy of American romantic films Before Sunrise, Before Sunset and Before Midnight.

“It's really personal for me. In the depths of our consciousness lives a secret worm that makes us think: “What is our imprint – what are we scratching on the wall of the cave? Is there anything appropriate about what I'm doing?”, – the actor says.

Moon Knight's Ethan Hawke hinted at retirement

Ethan Hawke

As ProShoKino reported, Brad Pitt, who will star in the Formula 1 film, seems to be was about to retire. Jim Carrey is also leaving the movie. Says: “I've had enough!”

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