In addition, it reveals which television series you would like to be a guest star on and the movies you have watched the most.

With Conventional now in select theaters and available on digital and VOD platforms, I recently spoke with Maya hawke on being a director and co-writer By Gia Coppola second year feature. If you haven’t seen the trailer, Conventional is about a young woman (Hawke) who thinks she has found a path to internet stardom when she starts making YouTube videos with a charismatic stranger (Andrew Garfield) – until the dark side of the viral celebrity threatens to ruin them both. The film also stars Nat wolff, Jason schwartzman, Alexa Demie, Y Johnny knoxville.

During the interview, Hawke talked about why he wanted to be a part of this project, why Garfield is such a brave actor, how some of the movies featured people who didn’t know they were making a movie, the way people chase claims random. strangers on social media and more. Also, he talked about why the long wait Stranger Things 4 will be worth it, and what the next Netflix Street of fear it’s about the trilogy.

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Look what she had to say in the player above and below is exactly what we talked about.

Maya Hawke:

  • In which television series would you like to be a guest star?

  • What movie or movies have you seen the most?

  • What was it about Conventional What made you want to be a part of it?

  • What was your reaction to what Andrew Garfield was willing to do in the movie?

  • As part of the movie it involved real people reacting to the actors.

  • How the movie talks about people chasing random strangers’ claim about spending time creating art or focusing on themselves.

  • When does Strange things 4 finish filming?

  • Which is the Street of fear trilogy about?


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