6 July 2017Articles & Interviews, Hamlet

A new interview with Oscar was published earlier today on NY Times. On the interview, he talked about caring for his mother in her final days. He said she would read from William Shakespeare’s Hamlet while his mother was in the hospital. She passed away this past February. He also talked about his baby boy for the first time, and revealed he named him Eugene after his mother, Eugenia. That’s

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26 June 2017Articles & Interviews, Hamlet

Oscar and Sam Gold are featured on the current Vogue magazine issue, talking about Hamlet, that started first performances at The Public Theater Off-Broadway last June 20. On the interview, Oscar says he and Sam know each other for over a decade, and kept trying to work together in the past three years. “We’d just keep talking about it, keep dreaming about it, keep coming up with ideas for what

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15 December 2015Articles & Interviews, Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Oscar’s younger brother, Mike Hernandez, is a journalist at Miami New Times. With the advent of Star Wars promotion, he joined his brother to a very funny video interview that you can now watch at their website. The two Hernandez boys met at a Star Wars bar in Miami to talk about their lives growing up, the changes in the neighborhood, and the difference between a character having a “theme”

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24 March 2015Articles & Interviews, Photos

Dujour.com — In 1981, it was no walk in the park to live in New York City. Over the course of 12 months, the city was reportedly home to over 2,000 murders and more robberies than ever previously committed. Cupcake shops were not opening on a regular basis. In director J.C. Chandor’s A Most Violent Year, businessman Abel Morales (played by Oscar Isaac) attempts to navigate these brutal waters as

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12 February 2015Articles & Interviews

NYDailyNews.com — The first movie the ‘A Most Violent Year’ actor saw in the movie theater as a child was ‘Return of the Jedi,’ and now he’s flying his own X-Wing Fighter. At 35, Oscar Isaac is a serious and accomplished actor, but the night before he was due on the set of “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” he reverted to the four-year-old who first fell in love with the

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