Nicholas Hoult likes to roar. The Warm Bodies star really enjoys the “freeing” performance of Beast in X-Men: Days of Future Past because her thought it was quiet funny to be roaring at people. The star, who is twenty four years old will reprise his role as the Beast in the upcoming Marvel Comics film. About a Boy star, to revolve into the furry blue mutant he went through a drastic change. He got the opportunity to experiment how he wanted to act using his skills came along with his change of appearance.
“It is very freeing. When someone has something they’re trying to contain, they’re very controlled and clear in what they’re doing. Self-possessed in a way. So it’s fun to suddenly be able break loose from that. And also when you’re wearing the make-up, you can see how people respond differently to you,” he explained to denofgeek.com.
“You can perform big – you can roar at people. When I roar at people like this, it’s just funny. But when you’re in that, if you roar at someone, they feel intimidated. It’s scary. So you do get to have two very different techniques in your performance.”
Hoult made his debut in the franchise in 2011 ad for Hoult realized since he knew the director already helped build their relationship.
“I grew up watching the X-Men cartoon. That was my introduction to it. And Beast was always my favorite character to watch, so yeah, it was brilliant to get the chance to play him,” Nicholas recalled.
“I was lucky enough the first time, but to come back into it with Bryan directing as well – I’m getting on really well with him, and he just loves the X-Men universe, really cares about it, and has some great ideas… It’s easier [having met him before], definitely. Once you have a rapport with someone and an understanding of how they work, then it just makes communication a lot simpler. That’s a great thing about this film, it’s a bit like going back to school after the summer holidays.”
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