Ethan Hawke says he’s in his ‘last act’

Ethan Hawke says he’s on the final leg of his acting career.

In a lengthy interview with IndieWire, the "Training Day" star, 51, revealed that he believes he is nearing the end of his filmmaking career.

Hawke believes he has "definitely made the transition from being an old young person to being a young old person."

“I prefer this. I feel like playing John Brown in ‘The Good Lord Bird’ was that for me: the beginning of my ‘old man’ career, the beginning of my last act,”

Hawke starred in, created and produced the 2020 Showtime miniseries about Brown, a slavery abolitionist in the 1850s.

"The Last Movie Stars," a six-part CNN documentary series premiering on HBO Max Thursday, is Hawke's next project.

The actor from "Great Expectations" also spoke about his daughter Maya Hawke's success on Netflix's "Stranger Things."

Brad Pitt recently revealed he also believes he’s almost at the conclusion of his career.

The Oscar winner began acting at the age of 22, and he thinks he’s “one of those creatures that speaks through art.”

“I just want to always make. If I’m not making, I’m dying in some way,” Pitt said.

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