Ben Hardy Talks the Future of 'X-Men' in 'Fault' Magazine
Ben Hardy gets serious in a new spread for Fault magazine’s issue #23.
Here’s what the 25-year-old X-Men: Apocalypse actor had to share with the mag:
On leaving Eastenders and heading the US without a job: “No, I just left really. It’s one of those things you’ve got to just get out there to do otherwise I might find myself waking up in 10 years wondering what could have been.”
On playing a younger version of Ben Foster‘s character in X-Men: “As the timeline has completely warped and while I did watch X-Men: The Last Stand, I went into playing Angel as a brand new character altogether. I’m drawing on Angel’s character as dictated by the script and my own interpretation of him without worrying too much on past appearances.”
On the future of the X-Men films: As far as I know, the original X-Men actors will remain in the franchise. But I think there is a great young cast in Tye Sheridan, Sophie Turner, Alex Shipp and Lana Condor, who have so much talent to bring to X-Men in the future.
For more on Ben, visit Fault-Magazine.com.