Lucas Hedges on 'Boy Erased' & Redefining Masculinity in Film | MTV News

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  • Published on Nov 3, 2018
  • Lucas Hedges (Mid90s, Lady Bird) talks with MTV News on being cast in 'Boy Erased', redefining masculinity in film, why he was captivated by the script, and more!
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Comments • 39

  • Paö Rico
    Paö Rico 2 months ago

    an intellectual

  • jamthoughts
    jamthoughts 3 months ago

    Why Lucas slowly turning me into loving him... 😂😂😂

  • Mickey
    Mickey 4 months ago

    Great insights to his mind. Love him.

  • indiiedreamer
    indiiedreamer 6 months ago +2

    wow he is very thoughtful, I think I'm in love

  • Jorge Torres
    Jorge Torres 6 months ago +2

    I have a huge crush on this guy ❤️

  • Lee Golden
    Lee Golden 6 months ago +1

    If you enjoy Gay, Coming of Age videos and stories, you’ll want to read Cameron DeCessna’s latest book, Clay Parker: Growing Up Gay in 1953. It’s the story of a fourteen-year-old boy confused by his feelings, thoughts and dreams as he reaches adolescence and finds his sexual interests are for other teenaged boys. But it's 1953, a time of conservatism and rigid family and moral values. To top off Clay's problems, he's an orphan forced to live with an abusive aunt and uncle who openly show their distaste for the lad who was severely burned when a house fire killed his mother, father and younger brother. They would be the last persons he could turn to, to help him cope with his alien feelings. This is the story of Clay's troubles, trials and final triumph as he strives to find a family who will love him after he is forced to run away from home after a severe beating by his drunken uncle. One part of the story deals with Clay's uncomfortable experiences listening to a sermon at his aunt and uncle's church. He discovers the real meaning behind the story of Sodom & Gamorrah and how it demonstrates the Bible's condemnation of being queer. The book contains graphic sexual descriptions that may not be suitable for children under 12, although it would be highly recommended reading for gay teens to raise their awareness of the struggles of adolescent gay boys in earlier times. Cameron DeCessna is a gay novelist best known for his Jordan Dare Trilogy, released in mid-summer of 2018 and available at Amazon Kindle Books. While the Jordan Dare series is written for all readers, 12 and up, and has no adult-only content, some of DeCessna's works are more suitable for adult readers. This novel, Clay Parker: Growing up Gay in 1953, is the first of several gay, coming-of-age stories the author plans to release in late 2018 and 2019. DeCessna, born in 1951, writes from personal experience and vividly captures the difficulties faced by gay adolescents during those times. Look for Cameron DeCessna’s books and visit his author’s page at Amazon/Kindle Publishing.

  • europeanboy333
    europeanboy333 7 months ago

    so cos of therapy is 21000$ and then teacher run away with the boyfriend?? this is how effective is! Thanx God the mother opened the eyes!

  • Richard Houlton
    Richard Houlton 7 months ago +12

    Next generation movie star. We’re going to see a lot of him and his peer, Timothee Chalamet.

  • Diego Pisfil Ramirez
    Diego Pisfil Ramirez 7 months ago +1

    Is Tom Holland playing a gay role?

  • eli hauser
    eli hauser 7 months ago +11

    i can’t wait for lucas hedges to be my first husband

    • הגר גדליוביץ'
      הגר גדליוביץ' 5 months ago

      You better hurry up then because his girlfriend is getting there as well.

    • eli hauser
      eli hauser 6 months ago

      Chiem Saechao i need his money and prettyness but i don’t want him to father my children ya know

    • Chiem Saechao
      Chiem Saechao 7 months ago +1

      First? You’re already planning on divorcing him lol 😂

    • Lucas Rowi
      Lucas Rowi 7 months ago

      back off, he's mine. But we can share hahahaha

  • Icepalm Hearthgold
    Icepalm Hearthgold 7 months ago

    Love the movie and him! Hope I can watch this soon!

  • snjmriguy1
    snjmriguy1 7 months ago +17

    Lucas Hedges is a very bright and thoughtful young man. Can't wait to see this movie.

  • Steph Piano
    Steph Piano 7 months ago +1

    Wow I love him

  • Lucas Rowi
    Lucas Rowi 7 months ago +8

    The man of my dreams.

  • M Sem
    M Sem 7 months ago +13

    He sounds a beautiful boy.....
    ...but I hope he doesn't become a Heath Ledger and can't snap out of character. Life is beautiful; live your life!

    • angrykid
      angrykid 5 months ago +5

      Actually the story that Heath Ledger couldnt snap out of a character is just a myth. The cause of his death and depression was diffrent

  • Antoi C
    Antoi C 7 months ago +57

    I love such an intellectual breaking the stereotypes of Hollywood men.

    • Richard Houlton
      Richard Houlton 6 months ago +2

      Antoinette C When you see these “next gen” (Millennial) movie makers...Lucas, Timothee Chalamet, Saoirse Ronan, Greta Gerwig...they are all intellectuals. Gives me hope.

  • starsign-romance
    starsign-romance 7 months ago +6

    Im so sick of these kind of sad, soupy, oscar-grabby, coming out gay movies....

    • Average Joe
      Average Joe 5 months ago +1

      U mean the 5 that were released in theaters over the past 20 years...
      Ya I'm so sick of seeing that too.

    • hainted house
      hainted house 6 months ago

      Sounds like you've been watching too many of them.

    • Tia Lopez
      Tia Lopez 6 months ago +1

      @Mark L Stories of survival, especially against oppression or perceived oppression, is absolutely a genre in American film. It developed in the late 1960s and is an outgrowth of the proliferation of social identity in academic work (black studies, gender studies, etc) and the social coalitions that underpin US political parties (ethnicity, class, sexual orientation, etc.).

    • Mark L
      Mark L 7 months ago +1

      @Tia Lopez It's a true story of someone's life. It's not a genre, it's someone's story of survival.

    • Mark L
      Mark L 7 months ago +1

      Perhaps you should go watching the fucking movie before you deem it sad and soupy. And it's not a coming-out movie by any stretch.