Opening in theaters and VOD May 7
A young woman (Maya Hawke) thinks she’s found a path to internet stardom when she starts making YouTube videos with a charismatic stranger (Andrew Garfield) – until the dark side of viral celebrity threatens to ruin them both.
Maya recently appeared as Annie on the Showtime series The Good Lord Bird. Check out the screen captures of Maya in episode five, Hiving the Bees.
Onion and new recruit John Cook head to Harper’s Ferry to prepare for the arrival of John Brown and his army. Onion struggles recruiting African-American soldiers. Brown’s arrival with daughter Annie creates a new distraction: true love.
Hi, Maya fans! I apologize for the lack of updates this year. The gallery has been updated with Maya’s photoshoots, photos from films, and more!
On Sunday, Maya attended the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, California (January 19).
Public Appearances > Appearances from 2020 > January 19: 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards – Inside
Public Appearances > Appearances from 2020 > January 19: 2020 Netflix SAG After Party
Hi Maya fans! I’ve added some photos of Maya attending the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Los Angeles premiere in Hollywood, California (July 22).
Public Appearances > Appearances from 2019 > July 22: “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” Los Angeles Premiere – After Party
The Stranger Things actor has officially snatched the elusive “breakout star” label—but what does that really mean?
GLAMOUR – To quote Jane Austen, it is a truth universally acknowledged that a TV series in possession of 40 million viewers and a 93% score on Rotten Tomatoes must be in want of a Breakout Star. And for Stranger Things‘ season three, that chosen one is Maya Hawke. As Robin, the witty Scoops Ahoy coworker of Steve (Joe Keery) and the first openly queer character of the series, Hawke stands out—not an easy feat in a cast that includes David Harbour (who plays Jim Hopper), Winona Ryder (Joyce Byers), and Millie Bobby Brown (Eleven).
Another truth: The internet couldn’t have picked a better queen. Hawke, the 21-year-old daughter of Uma Thurman and Ethan Hawke, has the kind of coolness only someone who grew up in Manhattan with celebrity parents could embody. While that might manifest as intimidating or cold in others, Hawke is surprisingly approachable and energetic. And for her, being labeled the latest It girl or a breakout star is not an achievement worth putting stock into—which, of course, only makes her cooler.
“I really haven’t been paying attention to the headlines,” she tells me on the set of her Glamour shoot. “I was so scared of the fact that Stranger Things has such a wide audience that I’ve tried to duck out of paying attention to people’s reactions. The chance of people hating me in that show was just as high as people liking me in it, so I just thought I didn’t need to receive the ego boost or the ego destruction.”