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Nicholas Hoult talks to The Guardians on losing roles in The Batman

and Top Gun: Maverick but every actor has a big role that slipped away… sometimes more. While speaking with The Guardian, Nicholas Hoult revealed some of the major movies he tried out for, including The Batman, Top Gun: Maverick, and Mission: Impossible 7.I screen-tested for Batman and didn’t get it. Nicholas Hoult revealed that he screen-tested for Top Gun but didn’t get the part. “Then, I got a call from Tom Cruise saying: ‘Hey how about Mission Impossible’. Okay. Got it. Then I had no choice but to drop out as I was already attached to some more of The Great.

The role Nicholas Hoult, who was to play in Mission: Impossible 197, was described as one of the main antagonists. Dropping out must have been difficult. Hoult was later replaced by Esai Morales.Related

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Nicholas Hoult and Robert Pattinson were both in the running to play the lead role in The Batman. He had a costume screen test with Matt Reeves, but Pattinson ended up being cast. It’s not clear which role he was up for in Top Gun: Maverick

Renfield, and his next project will also be a vampire movie. He’s currently shooting Robert Eggers’ Nosteratu, which he has said could be a “really special

” movie. Hoult stated that Eggers has been working on Nosferatu for many years. He even performed a play about it in high school. “Honestly I didn’t want to go back to the vampire world, but his style is so different from (Renfield) and I am such a fan that I’m excited about being in his world, watching him, and learning from him. I think the film could be really special, so I’m excited for people to see it.Renfield is now playing in theaters, so be sure to check out a review from our own David Arroyo right here.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B_-eSXc8ipg

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