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The controversial, NC-17 film, was written by Pulitzer Prize–winning playwright Tracy Letts.
Hirsch also starred in the Rome Film Festival Award-winning film The Motel Life, co-starring Dakota Fanning and Stephen Dorff, directed by the Polsky brothers.
A new report reveals that Emile is expecting a baby with a former fling — and that the pair are working to figure out their relationship before the baby arrives in 2014. He is doing the right thing and will be taking care of her and his baby financially.” “He will definitely be in her life and wants to be a part of the baby’s life,” the source continued. He plans to be in the kid’s life.” Emile and the baby’s mother are “trying to figure out what they’re going through,” revealed the source of their relationship.“They’re friends and they’re young and they’re figuring it out.” Emile did not comment on the pregnancy, but he Emile was riffing on Mia Farrow‘s Oct.
2 announcement that her son Ronan Farrow may be Frank Sinatra‘s son — not her partner at the time, Woody Allen‘s.
In Fall 2013, he starred alongside Holliday Grainger, and Oscar winners Holly Hunter and William Hurt, in the two-part Bruce Beresford directed miniseries, Bonnie & Clyde.
Also in 2013, Hirsch co-starred alongside Mark Wahlberg, Taylor Kitsch and Ben Foster in the Peter Berg-directed Universal Pictures film Lone Survivor, (based on the true life memoir of Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell).
The film grossed over 5 million domestically, as well as earning an A grade from Cinema Score.
Hirsch appeared on the cover of Men’s Journal in January 2009.
Director David Gordon Green would go on to win Best Director for the film at the Berlin Film Festival.
Additionally, Hirsch starred alongside Academy Award winner Matthew Mc Conaughey in the William Friedkin directed Killer Joe.
Hirsch next appeared with Jeff Daniels and Sigourney Weaver in Imaginary Heroes (2005), a drama about a dysfunctional family, which was released the following February.
That year, Hirsch also starred with Heath Ledger in Lords of Dogtown (2005), directed by Catherine Hardwicke, about a number of skaters of the 1970s and their role in the birth of skateboard culture; Hirsch played Jay Adams.