Ethan Hawke 'Hijacked'; Amanda Seyfried on the Farm; Florence Pugh Looks Uncomfortable

In today's Movie News Rundown: Ethan Hawke tells us he couldn't say no to making his new doc about Paul Newman and Joanna Woodward; how to get Amanda Seyfried in your short film; Florence Pugh finds things a little suffocating in the new Don't Worry Darling trailer.

Ethan Hawke: "I tried to figure out a way to very gracefully say no," says Ethan Hawke of his new HBO Max documentary The Last Movie Stars, about the love story of Paul Newman and Joanna Woodward. "And I couldn’t get the word ‘no’ out of my mouth. And I think I tricked myself into thinking — you know how you do that sometimes — like,'Oh, yeah, I can run a marathon, it’ll be easy.'” And so he, he says. he agreed to be "hijacked." You can watch the interview here.

Indy Shorts: One of the buzziest films at the Indy Shorts International Film Festival, now underway in Indianapolis, is Eli Powers' "Skin & Bone." Powers is a promising, hardworking young filmmaker who has bounced between crewing on films for the likes of Paul Schrader and David O. Russell and making his own films. In the latest MovieMakerpodcast and in this story, he explains how he got Oscar nominee Amanda Seyfried and her husband, The Newsroom star Thomas Sadoski, to star in "Skin & Bone." (Hint: Powers was her assistant on several films.) You can listen to our full interview with Powers on the latest MovieMaker podcast on Apple or Spotify or here:


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