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written by Luciana on June 26, 2017

Oscar talks “Hamlet” to Vogue Magazine

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 kind of production we wanted to do,” Gold says.

What finally got Isaac to commit was a combination of burnout and an awareness f the passage of time. “After four or five years of going from one film to the next, it started to wear me down a little bit, and I felt that I should probably go back to the well, which was being onstage doing a play. I also knew that the window for being the right age to play Hamlet was getting smaller – you can only be so old and still get upset that your mom got remarried after your dad died without seeming pathetic. Plus, I needed to do it before my knees have out.

On the interview, Oscar also revealed that his mom has passed two months before his son is born.

“It’s a wild circle of life. My mother dies, and then two months later a son is born. It’s both cruel and beautiful. But that’s the nature of our existence – isn’t it?”

Check the scans with the full interview added in our gallery.

written by Luciana on May 21, 2016

Scans: Entertainment Weekly

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

written by Luciana on May 21, 2016

Oscar Isaac covers Rolling Stone magazine

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 you’re a dreamily handsome actor who delivers fierce, incandescent, once-in-a-generation performances worthy of Pacino and De Niro, and then takes big roles in Star Wars and X-Men movies, you will become famous, and people will start calling you a movie star. Who knew? “I’m an actor, not a star,” he’ll say, bristling politely, if probed too hard on the subject of his rise. “I don’t really know what you mean when you say ‘star,’ ‘movie star,’ that stuff.”

Isaac never planned for any of this – never planned for much of anything, really – and he’s trying to keep it all out of his head. He’s obsessed with craft, indifferent to celebrity, private by instinct. The money is nice, not that he’s spending much of it, but the only part of success he truly covets is having his pick of roles. He’s bemused by the fervent female fan base he’s acquired, with bloggers calling him “the Internet’s boyfriend.” “The Internet never struck me as being into monogamous relationships,” he says with a small laugh. “It’s very promiscuous, the Internet.” (The Internet almost dumped him last year when an old picture emerged of him wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with the cover of Ayn Rand’s Atlas Shrugged. “I liked the design,” he says. “I didn’t think wearing the shirt was saying I agreed with all her politics. I’m not a libertarian!”)

Isaac still lives in the same one-bedroom apartment in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, he bought before his career’s recent uptick. He doesn’t own a car (“You know how much a garage is? It’s like paying rent!”). He did at least renovate his Brooklyn place, and purchased homes for his mom and sister. He’ll consider a larger apartment if he has kids, or, as he puts it, “if I duplicate or replicate.”

You can find scans in our gallery.

written by Luciana on March 24, 2016

Empire Magazine X-Men Apocalypse 9 Covers Special!

Oscar Isaac is one of nine collectible covers for the May issue of Empire Magazine, to be on newsstands next March 31st.

written by Luciana on December 15, 2015

(Scans) GQ USA – January 2016

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

written by Luciana on December 07, 2015

Magazine Scans: The Force Awakens

The gallery was updated with several Star Wars: The Force Awakens related magazine scans. I’ve decided to upload even those who are not related with Oscar’s character Poe Dameron. Enjoy it!

Huge thanks to Daisy Ridley Source for some of those.

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written by Luciana on August 16, 2015

Entertainment Weekly: Fall Movie Preview

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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