Ethan Hawke will shoot the follow-up to 'Before Sunrise' and 'Before Sunset' this summer although he admits he feels the pressure to produce something the fans will love.
Ethan Hawke will shoot the follow-up to 'Before Sunrise' and 'Before Sunset' this summer.
The 41-year-old actor starred in 1995's 'Before Sunrise' with Julie Delpy where the pair played two strangers who fell in love during an evening in Vienna and in 2004's 'Before Sunset', where the couple reunite after nine years and Ethan is delighted to be working on a third movie.
He said: ''We're doing a follow-up to 'Before Sunrise' and 'Before Sunset', so that will be fun. We're going to shoot that this summer.
''The biggest change between this one and the last one is the Internet. The first time we did it, we didn't have any pressure; nobody gave a s**t.''
However, Ethan is remaining tight-lipped about details on the movie saying ''I've gotten into trouble, so I'm sworn to secrecy.''
Ethan will next star as a time-travelling crime fighter in 'Predestination'.
The 'Dead Poets Society' actor will portray a government agent who is sent out on a number of time-travel missions in order to stop future Killers, and the action-thriller movie will see him reunite with director brothers Michael and Peter Spierig for the first time since 2009 sci-fi horror 'Daybreakers'.