21 May 2016Press, X-Men Apocalypse

The recently released X-Men Apocalypse is featured on current Entertainment Weekly issue, and you can find digital scans in our gallery.

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21 May 2016Press

Oscar is cover of the current Rolling Stone magazine, and the article has the smart title “Oscar Isaac: The Internet’s Boyfriend Becomes a Leading Man”. Check an excerpt of the excellent article by Brian Hiatt: Oscar Isaac shuts his eyes tight, guitar in hand, and the world goes away. Which is convenient, because the world keeps presenting him with unwelcome facts, here in his 37th year: Turns out that if

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15 December 2015Press

Digital scans of GQ magazine featuring Oscar on its cover has been added to our gallery, with the help of my friend Annie.

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16 August 2015Press, Star Wars: The Force Awakens

The current issue of Entertainment Weekly is a showcase for all upcoming fall movies, and Star Wars – of course – deserved its cover. Inside you’ll find 8 pages, and in our gallery digital scans has been added. Star Wars – The Force Awakens hits theaters next December 18.

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28 January 2014Articles, Press

Telegraph.co.uk — As a high-school punk growing up in an evangelical Christian family, Oscar Isaac had a Coen brothers poster on his bedroom wall. Starring in their new film, he says, was meant to be. The Coen brothers’ inimitable, darkly comic films have produced career-defining performances from the likes of Jeff Bridges in The Big Lebowski (1998), George Clooney in O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) and Javier Bardem in

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30 December 2013Articles, Press

WashingtonPost.com — If it were Llewyn Davis doing interviews here at the Ritz-Carlton Georgetown, he’d be late, distracted or desperately looking for an exit. But instead of the fictional ’60s folkie he plays in the acclaimed new Coen brothers movie, “Inside Llewyn Davis,” Oscar Isaac couldn’t be more put together: calm, maybe serene, well groomed, handsome, welcoming and friendly in a way Llewyn would have been suspicious of and cagy

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10 December 2013Articles, Press

SlantMagazine.com — There’s a deeply soulful quality to Oscar Isaac. In films as disparate as Drive, W.E., and 10 Years, his lines seem infected by a certain deep-seated longing, an unexplained despair even. Isaac is a ruggedly masculine actor with an unmistakable star quality, who puts twice as much emphasis on his vulnerability as he does on his tough-guy affectations, and it isn’t hyperbole to say that he brings to mind James Dean.

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