29 January 2016Articles, Show Me a Hero

TribecaFilm website has published an article talking about Oscar and his amazing performance at Show Me a Hero. It worth the reading! Check some excerpts: Every single one of these actors has achieved performances that should be continued topics of conversation among the Academy. But none of them have cut even nearly as deep as Oscar Isaac in Show Me a Hero, which is a wondrous and walloping characterization that

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12 February 2015Articles

StarTribune.com — Declaring Jessica Chastain the “young Meryl Streep” makes for a catchy sound bite, but there is really no need to equate her with anyone else. She stands on her own through her nonstop work with major filmmakers and indie newcomers alike. She’s been an Oscar nominee as an endearing Marilyn Monroe look-alike in “The Help,” and as a grim CIA agent hunting Osama bin Laden in “Zero Dark

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12 February 2015A Most Violent Year, Articles, Interviews, Movies

HuffingtonPost.com — At the height of his struggle to survive in the lucrative but cutthroat heating oil industry during the most violent year in New York City history, Abel Morales exclaims: “I’ve spent my whole life trying not to become a gangster.” Morales, the lead character in J.C. Chandor’s “A Most Violent Year,” is a Latino immigrant who makes the comment as his family life and business spiral out of

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6 January 2015Articles, Interviews

NYPost.com — In October 2013, Jessica Chastain posted the trailer for “Inside Llewyn Davis” to her Facebook. “Yay Oscar Isaac!!!” she wrote. “When he was in the running for this film, we had dinner and he showed me his first taped audition. It blew me away, just like this trailer does . . . Can someone please put us in a film together?” A little over a year later, the

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12 December 2014A Most Violent Year, Articles, Interviews, Movies

IndieWire.com — Oscar Isaac is perhaps one of the most exciting men in film right now. After showcasing both his singing and acting chops in Inside Llewyn Davis, he’s since landed roles in Mojave opposite Mark Wahlberg and Garrett Hedlund, Apocalypse in X-Men: Apocalypse and then of course that tiny movie no one is excited about: Star Wars: The Force Awakens. But meanwhile Isaac has also been making quieter, if

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12 December 2014Articles, Movies, Star Wars: The Force Awakens

BBC.com — The names of characters played by John Boyega, Oscar Isaac and Daisy Ridley in Star Wars: The Force Awakens have been revealed in a set of trading cards. Director JJ Abrams confirmed the names via some old school trading cards, in a humorous nod to when the films were first released in the 1970s. Boyega’s card showed his character to be called Finn, with Ridley’s named Rey and

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12 December 2014A Most Violent Year, Articles, Interviews, Movies

LATimes.com — Meting up after a triumphant opening-night premiere of “A Most Violent Year” at Los Angeles’ recent AFI Fest, actor Oscar Isaac and director J.C. Chandor didn’t look like the creative team behind one of the most complex, rewarding American films of the year. Rumpled, smiling and blinking in the light of the morning, they looked like two friends who’d gotten away with something. Isaac (“Inside Llewyn Davis”) was

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