Ethan Hawke Would be Lying If He Said He Didn’t Want an Oscar, but He Wants to Win Under the Right Circumstances

Ethan Hawke Would be Lying If He Said He Didn’t Want an Oscar, but He Wants to Win Under the Right Circumstances
Ethan Hawke has been nominated for four Academy Awards throughout his career so far. The first came in 2002 when his role opposite Denzel Washington in “Training Day” earned him a nomination for best supporting actor, a category he would compete in once again in 2015 for “Boyhood.” Hawke’s other two nominations are for writing the screenplays for “Before Sunset” and “Before Midnight.” Despite four nominations, Hawke has yet to earn the golden trophy, which is something he admittedly cares about.

“Everyone in the world knows that when an actor says that they don’t want to win an award, they’re lying,” Hawke said to GQ when asked if he’s trying to win an Oscar. “I interviewed Patti Smith and I asked her about that and she said, ‘I want to win every award!’ I loved that answer.”

Hawke is back in the Oscar conversation this year thanks to
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