Oscar Isaac’s “Star Wars” burnout eases: “I’m so open” for more Poe Dameron

Oscar Isaac seems to have changed his mind regarding “Star Wars” franchise

by Sourav D
Oscar Isaac’s “Star Wars” burnout eases: “I’m so open” for more Poe Dameron

Oscar Isaac, the 43-year-old American actor who had been nominated as one of the 25 greatest actors of 21st century by New York Times back in the 2020s, seems to have changed his mind regarding “Star Wars” franchise.

In the latest flashpoint of Oscar Isaac’s modification in heart over “Star Wars,” gossips were loudening that the American star, best-known for a number of alternative roles and his divergence in plays, might be mulling a return into “Star Wars”.

Isaac played a scintillating role in fan-favourite Poe Dameron in a latest “Star Wars” trilogy along with John Boyega’s Finn as well as Daisy Ridley’s Rey, however, their association has witnessed an acrimonious ending as the long-cherished 43-year-old was quoted saying that he was doubtful whether he would return again to play for the ”Star Wars” franchise.

Isaac changes his mind on “Stars Wars” franchise

Nonetheless, in a latest turn of event, Isaac, the winner of 2016 Golden Globe Award for best actor, had recently said in an interview with Sirius XM that he is open to more “Star Wars” movies, if there is a great story and a good director.

Meanwhile, speaking with Sirius XM later this week, Isaac added, “I don’t know. I’m open to anything. You never know. I have no real feeling one way or another. I’m open to any good story. Time is the one thing that becomes challenging…as you get older and kids and all that.

Where do [movies] fit in? If there was a great story and a great director and [Lucasfilm president] Kathy [Kennedy] came to me and was like, ‘I have this great idea,’ then I’m so open to it”. Apart from that, submissively adding scorn on over-sized movies like of “Star Wars,” Isaac said, “What I set out to do was to make handmade movies, and to work with people that inspire me… It feels like for me a personal turning point and that, as far as I’m concerned, it has nothing to do with the finished product. It’s the process of doing this”.

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