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Ethan Hawke talks up his relationship with Richard Linklater, acting & life

16 January 2015 5:08 AM, PST | | See recent JoBlo news »

Ever since I caught Ethan Hawke in Dead Poets Society when I was a little guy, I've followed his career with great interest. Nowadays he proves to be one of Hollywood's most reliable actors, turning in rock-solid performances left and right. The Academy recognized this by throwingn him a Best Supporting Actor nod for his turn in Richard Linklater's Boyhood. The two have worked together before with great success in the Before trilogy and Tape, among others. The »

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How Whiplash kills the cheesy pupil-mentor genre stone dead

11 January 2015 10:00 PM, PST | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Jk Simmons is generating awards buzz as a terrifying music teacher whose scenes with Miles Teller’s young drummer are like ‘two boxers in the ring

Jk Simmons on Whiplash: ‘The whole macho thing you develop at puberty never goes away’

Watching Whiplash, the story of the antagonistic relationship between a drumming prodigy and his ferociously demanding conservatory music teacher, almost the last thing on your mind is music. Although almost three-quarters of the film moves to the sound of drums, the images in one’s mind veer more towards drill sergeant movies, sports flicks and cult initiation rites. It could as well be called Squarebash as Whiplash, so often does the relationship between Jk Simmons’s unforgiving professor and Miles Teller’s whimpering pupil resemble that between R Lee Ermey’s splenetic Marine Corps drill instructor and Vincent D’Onofrio’s useless grunt in the opening act of Full Metal Jacket, »

- John Patterson

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Golden Globes DeMille Award Recipient George Clooney on Paris Attacks: ‘We won’t walk in fear’ (Video)

11 January 2015 7:47 PM, PST | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

George Clooney received the Hollywood Foreign Press Association’s Cecil B. DeMille award at Sunday’s Golden Globes and reflected on his career, new marriage and the French terror attacks in a short and sweet acceptance speech.

“Today was an extraordinary day,” Clooney said of worldwide marches in the wake of the shootings and hostage situations plaguing France, “they were Christians, and Jews and Muslims, they were world leaders, and they weren’t marching in protest, but in the spirit that we won’t walk in fear.”

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