Actor Ethan Hawke is offering his own take on the superhero film “Logan.”
Ethan Hawke is offering his own take on the superhero film “Logan.”
Hawke, 47, talked about 2017 comic book flick after discussing the array of movie options.
“I’m always amazed, I am sure that all of you are, you can on the Apple TV now and see that Joaquin Phoenix and Gwyneth Paltrow made a film together that I have never heard of. What?” he said against The Film Edge. “And like, Matt Damon in a Clint Eastwood movie that I had never heard of it?”
“So many things lost in the cracks, and if the big names are lost, where are the ‘Gattacas’ now? ” he asked, referring to the 1997 sci-fi flick in which he played.
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Film festivals, new zealand, later also claimed to play an important role.
The actor said: “boys on film festivals such as curators, what does the world need to pay attention to. What should be seen? If we do not these festivals, big business would crush all these smaller films.”
Hawke, who talked during a film festival in Switzerland, soon left his thoughts on the movie starring Hugh Jackman.
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“Now we have the problem that they tell us ‘Logan’ is a great movie. Well, it’s a great superhero movie,” he said. “It still involves people in tights with metal that is out of their hands.”
Hawke brushed off the film is compared with the work of noteworthy directors.
“It’s not [Robert] Bresson. It is not [Ingmar] Bergman,” he continued. “But they talk about it like it is.”
The actor admitted to checking the film, in which Jackman played the X-Men character for the last time.
“I went to Logan, cause everyone was like, ‘This is a great movie and I was like, ‘Really? No, this is a fine superhero film,'” he said. “There is a difference, but big business does not think that there is a difference. Big business wants you to think that this is a great movie, because she wants to make money off of.”