Nicholas Hoult, one of the most in-demand young actors of the moment (most recognizable as a young Beast/Hank McCoy in X:Men First Class), has a bevy of projects coming out. The former About A Boy child star spoke at the press junket for his most recent film Warm Bodies about a number of these upcoming films. On Jack The Giant Slayer, Hoult revealed his thoughts on the select clips he’s seen and talked of the pressures of being the lead in a big budget studio tent-pole picture. On the just-wrapped Mad Max: Fury Road, Hoult discussed working with the great George Miller and what character he plays in the the reboot/sequel. And finally Hoult spoke about what he’s heard about the X-Men sequel (X-Men: Days of Future Past) and how far along the sequel is to production. Hit the jump for what he had to say.
Look for our full interview with Hoult soon. For more on Warm Bodies, here are three clips and 13 minutes of behind-the-scenes footage, and Matt’s set visit with on set interviews with director Jonathan Levine, Hoult, Teresa Palmer, Rob Corddry, and producer Bruna Papandrea.
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