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Oscar Issac On X-WINGS And Why He Took On The Role Of APOCALYPSE

Oscar Issac On X-WINGS And Why He Took On The Role Of APOCALYPSE

Oscar Issac On X-WINGS And Why He Took On The Role Of APOCALYPSE

While talking with Moviefone Oscar Issac discussed his experience piloting an X-Wing In J.J. Abrams Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and his upcoming role in Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Apocalypse.

Speaking to Moviefone, Oscar Isaac was asked questions about Star Wars, his experience inside of an X-Wing, and his role as the titular villain in Bryan Singer’s X-Men: Apocalypse.

 

“It was very cool, but a little nauseating because the thing is on a gimbal and moving all around,” Issac said describing his experience inside an X-Wing. “I forgot to breathe and I was like, ‘Whoa.’ But it was very cool.” Issac also seemingly confimrs his return for Star Wars Episode VIII after saying he “very excited” to work with director Rian Johnson.

Finally Oscar Issac revealed why he decided to take on the role of Apocalypse saying, “My first comic book I ever collected was ‘X-Factor’ and I actually really loved Apocalypse, and yeah, so when I heard that maybe that would be the next villain, I was like, ‘Guys, get me in there, I want to meet with them’…Apocalypse is so cool and weird and scary and I wanted to be a part of that.” The actor also keeps mum when asked whether or not he will be doing any motion capture for the role. “[Pause] I’m going to be on set… Although I don’t know the details of the whole situation.”

Source: Moviefone

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