Published On: Tue, Jan 22nd, 2013

Nicholas Hoult says ‘Jack the Giant Slayer’ looks impressive, ‘Mad Max’ is crazy and he’s looking forward to ‘X-Men’

Nicholas Hoult is promoting his “zombie romance” film called “Warm Bodies” and the star was asked about all of his other projects.

Nicholas Hoult talks about his role as "R" in the new film "Warm Bodies"

Nicholas Hoult talks about his role as “R” in the new film “Warm Bodies”

In an interview posted by Collider on Monday, the “X-Men: First Class” star discusses his zombie role and the back story before moving to his next film “Jack the Giant Slayer,” which the actor says he’s seen a few bits.

 “I’ve seen a few clips from it. It looks pretty impressive,” Hoult says before adding that the Giants have unique personalities and their ‘world” is “pretty spectacular.”

“Jack” is one of several “Big Budget films” for Hoult who then comments on “Mad Max: Fury Road” which wrapped for Hoult director George Miller and his character Nux.

 “It was fantastic. I mean, crazy. (seen nothing like it) the landscape, the vehicles, the stunts. George Miller is a fantastic director. I think it’s going to be a really cool film.”

Lastly, Hoult will be returning for the “First Class” sequel titled “X-Men: Days of Future Past” with “Jack the Giant Slayer” director Bryan Singer, who will be returning to the X-Men franchise.

How Hoult and Beast figure into the story haven’t been revealed.

“No, not yet. There’s nearly a finished script and it’s apparently looking very good and I’m looking forward to it.”

“Warm Bodies” comes to theaters February 1, 2013 with “Jack the Giant Slayer” due on March 1.


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