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Oscar Isaac says he's pleased to be making more use of his Spanish in his newest film, "Triple Frontier". The Guatemalan-American star of "Star Wars" and "Ex Machina" plays a former special forces operative leading a dangerous heist in South America in this J.C. Chandor directed film, which begins streaming on Netflix Wednesday after a weeklong run in theaters.In "Triple Frontier" his character, Santiago "Pope" Garcia, gathers his old brothers in arms -- played by Ben Affleck, Charlie Hunnam, Garrett Hedlund and Pedro Pascal -- with the promise of "one last job" that could turn into a major payday.This is the first Netflix movie for Isaac, who considers the ongoing Hollywood debate about streaming versus big screen experience "definitely [an] important one" but as a parent he appreciates being able to watch good productions from home.
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