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admin / April 21st, 2015

Nicholas and “Mad Max: Fury Road” co-star Riley Keough are featured in the May issue of Glamour. Massive thanks to Lindsey, who is the webmaster of Rachel McAdams Online for sending in the scans of the article..

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admin / March 22nd, 2015

If it’s up to X-Men fans, the superhero movie franchise will never end.

But could the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse be Nicholas Hoult’s last time playing Beast?

“This is the last one I’m signed up for,” Hoult told E! at the opening party for Boffin’s Lab Powered by Jaguar and Wired Insider at SXSW.

Not that he’s necessarily opposed to doing more.

It all just depends on the script.

“The first one did so well and [Days of Future Past] got received so brilliantly,” Hoult said. “It’s like, ‘Wow, people really want to see the films’ and the best thing is it’s a great crew and cast to work with and he’s a fun character. I have a good time playing him so I’d keep making them.”

Producer and co-writer Simon Kinberg revealed in an interview back in October that we should expect to see more focus on Beast and Mystique (played by Hoult’s ex-girlfriend Jennifer Lawrence) in Apocalypse.

“And the relationship between Beast and Mystique is a really interesting one that we didn’t have a lot of time to explore in Days of Future Past, so we’ll have an opportunity to do more of that in Apocalypse,” he told Collider.

X-Men: Days of Future Past’s box office took in a worldwide total of $746 millions.

Apocalypse, set in the 1980s and directed by Bryan Singer, is expected to hit theaters on May 27, 2016.

The event included the reveal of the Jaguar XE on the roof of The Hangar Lounge. Hoult is the current celeb face of the luxury car brand, playing a geeky evil villain in a series of television commercials directed by Les Misérables director Tom Hooper.

“It’s really cool,” Hoult said. “When they asked me to do the campaign, I looked at the other people who have done it—Sir Ben Kingsley, Mark Strong, Tom Hiddleston—and then Tom Hooper and I like the cars so I was like, ‘Yeah, sounds like a plan.'”




admin / March 18th, 2015

You might recognize him as the young Hank McCoy from “X-Men: Days Of Future Past”, or from his time playing a zombie with heart in “Warm Bodies”, but if you’re unfamiliar with the work of Nicholas Hoult you’re about to get a face-full with his two latest projects – “Mad Max: Fury Road” and “Equals”.

During his cowboy hat and tequila soaked time at SXSW, Rick Campanelli also got the chance to speak with Hoult at The Boffin’s Lab Powered by Jaguar and WIRED Insider party and the actor opened up about his experience on set of the highly anticipated “Mad Max” reboot.

“I’m just glad everyone’s going to get to see it,” the actor tells Rick. “We filmed it two and a half years ago, and it’s been in director George Miller’s…it’s been in his mind for many years more than that, so it’s exciting.”

One of the things that got the young actor’s engine revving was the cars. “My car in [the film] is a V8 hot rod,” he explains continuing on about why he “got chills” on set.

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admin / March 14th, 2015

He’s maybe too young to take on the role of Bond quite yet, and is yet to be tapped for a role in the ever-expanding Fast and the Furious film series, but enterprising British actor Nicholas Hoult loves the feeling of his hands gripping a steering wheel around a curve.

“I’ve always been a bit of a petrol head,” says Hoult, who’s recently starred in X-Men’s First Class series as Hank McCoy, aka Beast. His laundry list of upcoming projects could be considered evidence enough, with high-speed thriller Autobahn and the remake of Mad Max, a post-apocalyptic epic based in a world that kills for gasoline, releasing later this year.

In just a few moments of conversation it’s clear that Hoult’s affinity for the open road is not just a passing fancy or part-time enchantment having just returned from a long, solo road trip through the English countryside.

Hoult will be in Austin, Texas tonight for the public reveal of Jaguar’s XE S sports sedan at The Boffin’s Lab during SXSW. But first, the London-based thespian sat down with us to talk about the thrill of racing down a virgin stretch of the Autobahn, and what it’s like to have a few hundred horses sitting beneath you when a fan revs their engine at the line.

You’ve just filmed a couple of projects that involve driving in unconventional circumstances. What’s one of the more intense terrains you’ve encountered?
I’ve driven both the Jaguar XF and the F5 in Finland, on a frozen lake actually. They handled that very well I can say with authority. I got to get taken out in the F-Type V8 on the Top Gear test track, which was just insane. That thing flies and it sounds incredible.

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admin / March 8th, 2015

Nicholas was a guest on tonight’s episode of “Top Gear”. He was the “Star in a reasonably priced car”. While the interview has not appeared online yet I did come across a video of his lap. The quality is not great but be sure to check it out!




admin / July 27th, 2013

The British actor, and beau of Jennifer Lawrence, talks about tackling the lead role in Jack The Giant Slayer, laughing at his co-star’s stunt bloopers and a penchant for climbing trees.

What makes your Jack tick in Jack And The Giant Slayer?
Well, Jack lost his parents when he was pretty young, has been raised by his uncle and has a good heart and good intentions, but things don’t always go his way. He hasn’t had a lot of breaks in life, and then he gets swept up on this adventure to try to rescue the princess, but he’s totally unprepared and scared of heights, which is very inappropriate when you’re climbing five miles into the sky on a beanstalk.

Did you have fun romancing Eleanor Tomlinson’s princess?
We’d mess around and joke about stuff in the scenes. It can be tricky to develop a relationship quickly without that many scenes and have the audience believe your characters. But Bryan [Singer] knows how to formulate a solid story that’s well told, and that sweeps you up. So he managed to pop out the key points for us very clearly.

Were there any opportunities to have a laugh during production?
I enjoyed it when things would go wrong during Eleanor’s stunts [laughs]. Not terribly wrong, but just, like, when we were in the cathedral and maybe Eleanor wasn’t listening when they were talking about camera timings and when we had to drop to the floor. So we were meant to go on ‘action’, but on ‘one’ I see her out of the corner of my eye just hit the deck. It was a hard, concrete floor and you’d hear a little moan of: ‘Ow.’ That made me laugh a lot.

Did you enjoy the physicality of the role?
I climbed a lot of trees when I was a child, and I thought I’d enjoy a second chance to do that on a grand scale. Even recently, I was out walking around the woods at my house and I was like: ‘Oh, a massive tree to climb,’ and I did. It was easier when I was a kid: I’m getting worse at tree climbing. When you’re a kid, you’re fearless and the branches can take your weight a lot easier.

What did you like about the film’s story?
I just like the fact that these two characters are being told what they can’t do and they won’t achieve, and they both, against the odds, go out and accomplish things and learn and grow. That’s a great message to be sending out to anyone watching the film, but particularly to kids. Don’t accept no as an answer. And don’t get the beans wet.

Jack The Giant Slayer is out now on DVD, Blu-ray and 3D Blu-ray.

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admin / June 1st, 2013

Prior to the release of his Warm Bodies DVD, Nicholas Hoult is giving us the scoop on what it was like to transform into zombie “R.”

In this exclusive DVD behind-the-scenes look, the 23-year-old Brit, who stars as the undead character in the film, dished on how he brought his peculiar role to life.

“The idea of this zombie who I had to try to make relatable to an audience and make an audience care about and root for was something I thought was an interesting task for me,” Nicholas said. “There was a lot to think about–the movement aspects of it and trying to create how a zombie would talk.”

“The first time I ever did it, I’d gone for dinner with Jonathan Levine and we spoke about how tricky it was going to be to get the right balance of Zombie for the role, and then I met with Tony–I went to his house for my casting and my reading and he said ‘let’s give it a go.'”

And that wasn’t all Nicholas had to share about his transformation.

“I had my makeup and my normal clothes and suddenly I was there and tried to become a zombie, and thankfully he didn’t laugh at me,” Nicholas added. “He was very supportive and encouraging, but, doing it in those circumstances, when you get the makeup and the costume and the environment it’s quite easier.”

The DVD for Warm Bodies, which also stars Teresa Palmer, is set to hit stores June 4.

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admin / March 13th, 2013

While some may remember Nicholas Hoult as the kid in About a Boy, over the past few years he’s proven that he’s definitely capable of playing adult roles in films like A Single ManX-Men: First Class, and Clash of the Titans.  While Hoult was certainly becoming more well-known as an adult actor, he hadn’t ever lead a film before.  That all changes in 2013.  With leading roles in Warm Bodies and Bryan Singer’s Jack the Giant Slayer, Hoult is starting a new chapter in his career, and based on what I saw while visiting the set of Jack back in 2011, I think he’s going to easily make the jump.

Recently I landed an exclusive phone interview with Hoult.  We talked about the success of Warm Bodies, what it’s been like promoting Jack, how the film changed during production, deleted scenes, working with all the CGI characters, and more.  In addition, we also talked about George Miller’s Mad Max: Fury RoadX-Men: First Class and the sequel X-Men: Days of Future Past, and his other upcoming projects.  Hit the jump for what he had to say.

Collider:  Congratulations on the success ofWarm Bodies, was that a little bit of a surprise to you?
NICHOLAS HOULT: Yeah, it was a very pleasant surprise. Obviously I loved the script and the character and really enjoyed making the film and thought that everyone involved was very talented, but it’s a big relief when something comes out and people seem to like it and go and see and it does well. It’s always a big reward at the end.

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Current Projects
The Favourite (2018)
Nicholas as Robert Harley
Follows the political machinations behind the scenes during the reign of Queen Anne, the last monarch of the House of Stuarts.

X-Men: Dark Phoenix (2018)
Nicholas as Hank McCoy/Beast
Jean Grey begins to develop incredible powers that corrupt and turn it into a Dark Phoenix. Now the X-Men will have to decide if the life of a team member is worth more than all the people living in the world.

The Current War (2017)
Nicholas as Nikola Tesla
Electricity titans Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse compete to create a sustainable system and market it to the American people.

Tolkien
Nicholas as J.R.R. Tolkien
J.R.R. Tolkien, a love lorn soldier, draws from an epic life on his return from the Great War to create one of the greatest works of literature in “The Lord of the Rings”.

Sand Castle (2017)
Nicholas as Pvt. Matt Ocre
Set during the occupation of Iraq, a squad of U.S. soldiers try to protect a small village.

Newness (2017)
Nicholas as Martin
In contemporary Los Angeles, two millennials navigating a social media-driven hookup culture begin a relationship that pushes both emotional and physical boundaries.

Rebel in the Rye (2017)
Nicholas as J.D. Salinger
The life of celebrated but reclusive author, J.D. Salinger, who gained worldwide fame with the publication of his novel, The Catcher in the Rye.

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