68 Podcast Episodes
Latest 26 Mar 2023 | Updated Daily
Ethan Hawke Eats People, Conan vs Marge vs the Monorail, Arnold's Last Stand and Kangaroo Jack
Thirty Twenty Ten
Stimpy's stank is too rank for Nickelodeon, a rapping kangaroo scams millions, the Brazilian Goodfellas, Arnold's return to stardom, Jessica Chastain's second #1 in a row, Devil May Cry's offshoot, and quite possibly The Simpsons most famous episode. All that and more this week on Thirty Twenty Ten!
14 Jan 2023
12 Sep 2022
Hamilton Leithauser with Ethan Hawke
On this week’s Talkhouse Podcast we’ve paired a couple of friends who recently worked together on an incredible project: Ethan Hawke and Hamilton Leithauser.Ethan Hawke you surely know as the Academy Award-nominated actor in a million great films, from Reality Bites to Training Day to Richard Linklater’s Before trilogy to 2018’s First Reformed. Hawke is also a writer and director, and the impetus for today’s conversation is his six-part HBO Max documentary The Last Movie Stars. The series tells the story of Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, both their personal lives as a married couple and their professional lives as two monumental actors of their generation. Far from a typical documentary, The Last Movie Stars uses archival footage alongside dramatizations of interviews featuring current movie stars. It even gets a bit meta, with Hawke revealing some of his process during the series via Zoom calls with contemporaries. It’s a fascinating way to tell this incredible story.Another way that Hawke brought this story into the present was with music from his old friend Hamilton Leithauser, who’s best known as the singer of the Walkmen, and who’s had a fruitful solo career since that band went on hiatus a while back. As you’ll hear in this chat, Hawke had the idea that Leithauser would be great at soundtrack work ages ago, so when he started working on The Last Movie Stars, Leithauser immediately came to mind. There’s a lot of Leithauser in the doc, and one song that they cover in this chat quite a bit is called “1959,” from an album that Leithauser made with Vampire Weekend co-founder Rostam.Elsewhere in the chat, Hawke and Leithauser talk about their processes for this project: Hawke originally envisioned a two-hour feature, but quickly realized that he needed much more time to tell this huge story. They talk about Bob Dylan’s influence—musical good, acting not so much—and the greatest soundtracks of all time. That, and much more. Enjoy.Thanks for listening to the Talkhouse Podcast and thanks to Ethan Hawke and Hamilton Leithauser for chatting. If you liked what you heard, please follow Talkhouse on your favorite podcasting platform—and check out The Last Movie Stars on HBO Max. This episode was produced by Myron Kaplan, and the Talkhouse theme is composed and performed by The Range. See you next time!
25 Aug 2022
Ethan Hawke (Extended Cut) | The Heat Is On
The Late Show Pod Show with Stephen Colbert
Stephen celebrates his dog Benny’s third birthday, peeks across the pond at the sweltering heat in Europe, and takes a look at what Steve Bannon may say about the former president when he testifies before the Jan. 6th Committee. And the great Ethan Hawke returns to The Late Show for a Pod Show extended interview about the new film, “The Last Movie Stars,” which paints a detailed portrait of the lives and works of Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
20 Jul 2022
Ethan Hawke | May 2018
The Bill Simmons Podcast: The Interviews
May 2018: Hawke and Bill discuss the pre-internet era, sports movies, working with Robin Williams and Denzel Washington, quitting smoking, falling in love on set, and Ethan's 2018 film, 'First Reformed,' written and directed by Paul Schrader. Ethan also talks about how he lost his Knicks tickets, the progressiveness of the NBA in 2018, and accepting LeBron's greatness.Host: Bill SimmonsGuest: Ethan HawkeProduction Support: Steve Ceruti, Ben Cruz, Tim Angan and Garrett Gonzales Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
18 Jul 2022
#279 - We're Getting Too Old For This Shit (Also: Is Ethan Hawke a Liar?)
This week the boys reunite and talk about Drew's trip to Bonaroo. They also discuss the infamous Ethan Hawke penned Rolling Stone article in which he told some wild ass lies about Toby Ketih and Kris Kristoferson.... or did he?TraeCrowder.com for tickets to see TraeDrewMorgComedy.com for tickets to see DrewCoreyWritesForYou.com to subscribe to Corey's blog/newsletterAlso check out Corey and Trae's new podcast at PuttinOnAirs.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
6 Jul 2022
The Ethan Hawke Hall of Fame and ‘The Black Phone’
The Big Picture
Chris Ryan joins Sean to discuss the new horror thriller 'The Black Phone,' which stars one of our most beloved actors, Ethan Hawke (1:00). Then, they build out the Hawke Hall of Fame with his 10 essential performances (25:00).Hosts: Sean FennesseyGuest: Chris RyanProducer: Bobby Wagner Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
28 Jun 2022
The Black Phone interview special - Ethan Hawke and Scott Derrickson
Radio 1's Screen Time
Director Scott Derrickson - of The Exorcism of Emily Rose, Doctor Strange and The Day The Earth Stood Still fame - reunites with his Sinister star Ethan Hawke for a new supernatural '70s horror-thriller based on the short story The Black Phone by Joe Hill. Both Scott and Ethan are brilliant talkers - as Ali sometimes likes to say - so here are a couple of interviews that dig a little bit deeper than your average 'What mementos have you taken from from set?' fare, promise. Expect discussions of schoolyard fighting, chainlink fences and bottle rockets.
24 Jun 2022
S3 E9: Ethan Hawke on "Too Sick To Pray"
One By Willie
This week, four-time Oscar nominee Ethan Hawke—who in addition to being an acclaimed actor, writer, and director happens also to be a hardcore Willie nerd—discusses “Too Sick to Pray,” a meditative hymn from Willie’s beautiful, pin-drop quiet 1996 album, Spirit. Ethan says the song and album were touchstones for him when he first became a father in the late 90s, before going on to describe the way Willie’s music connected him with his own dad as a kid, peppering his memories with digressions on Bob Dylan, Henri Matisse, Johnny Cash, Dead Poets Society...and earlobes. Oh and he also explains why he thinks a Willie Nelson biopic has to be set in the here and now.
15 Jun 2022
Best of Design Matters: Ethan Hawke
Design Matters with Debbie Millman
From the profound experience of making “Dead Poets Society” to the “Before” trilogy and his new book, Ethan Hawke discusses a life spent celebrating creativity in its many forms.
18 Apr 2022