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Ethan Hawke, “boyfriend of American film critics”, went viral with a hot movie about superheroes

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Actor / director / poet Ethan Hawke today Twitter almost burned to the ground with its passionate opinion that superhero movies are good, but other types of movies are good too. As Hawk says in a recent interview on social media:

“I love superhero movies, I love art houses. I don’t think there’s a difference between high art and low art. There are movies that people put their souls into, and there are movies that people try to make money from. And I like the ones where people put their hearts into it, and you can feel it in a superhero movie or you can feel it in an arthouse movie. ”

Hawk is no stranger to the world of superheroes, as recently he could be seen in the streaming series Marvel Studios Disney Plus Moon Knightand heard the role of Batman in the series Cartoon Network Batkoly, about autonomous vehicles fighting crime in Gotham City. Interestingly, he never mentions whether he put his soul into both. Instead, he continues:

“I was joking that if Logan and The Dark Knight and Dr. Strange wonderful feature films that there are Fanny and Alexander? ”

To answer Hawk’s question, Fanny and Alexander was Ingmar Bergman’s 1982 semi-autobiographical film, which became an Oscar-winning mini-series for Best Foreign Language Film. Ethan Hawke, director of the 1994 music video for the song Lisa Loeb Staycontinues:

“These are my favorite superhero movies, Logan, Dr. Strange, the Dark Knight, these are great movies. But they are not alone, and young people are growing up today, thinking that’s all there is. “

Video game v-tuber Jeff Grabb agreed with Ethan Hawke, calling him “America’s film research boyfriend,” agreeing with Hawk’s central thesis that Americans make films with excessive competition by tracking Rotten Tomatoes results and box office receipts.

Meanwhile, another Twitter user is grouped around the man who portrayed the “Funny Pimp” in Valerian and the city of thousands of planets in his cry for more creativity in Hollywood filmmaking:

And there is no better person who would unite filmmakers to allow themselves to be more creative than a person who made a TED talk on the subject:

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