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Published On: Mon, Mar 4th, 2013

Nicholas Hoult praises ‘Mad Max Fury Road’ as ‘intense’ and Tom Hardy as leading man

The Jack the Giant Slayer star, Nicholas Hoult, made his rounds promoting his new film, the upcoming sequel to X-Men First Class and even spoke briefly about the Mad Max reboot which stars Tom Hardy and Charlize Theron.

Tom Hardy on set of Mad Max Fury Road

Tom Hardy on set of Mad Max Fury Road

Hoult told Collider, “George is a fantastic director very sweet, kind and caring and creates a brilliant environment to work in whereby you have these spectacular locations and the vehicles in that movie, the gut-churning noises they make. It was one of the most exciting sets I’ve ever been on in my life by far. To be a part of that visually and see the stunts they were doing. The story is full on, it’s intense and I can’t wait to see the film.”

He added, “We were out there in the elements doing it for real for maybe seven months, which is great because it makes it a lot easier when you’re actually experiencing that rather than being in a studio somewhere kind of faking everything. Tom’s a great leading man, he’s very intense and fascinating to watch because you’re never quite sure where he’s going to go with a scene and what he’s going to do next and really embodies the character and is really smart with his acting.”
The Warm Bodies star praised the Max cast.
“Charlize as well, she’s very strong and committed and I learn a lot from hanging around with actors like that. The rest of the cast Zoe Kravitz, Riley Keough; they’re all a real treat to work with. I made really good friends. It’s a real life changing experience spending that much time with a group of people and being in that location.”
Mad Max Fury Road” still awaiting an official release date, likely to be 2014.
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    No Mel Gibson? I won’t be watching it then.

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