The star of upcoming “Episode VII - The Force Awakens” revealed that his character may be from the same planet represented in 1977’s “Episode IV: A New Hope." (Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP)
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Rising star Oscar Isaac is already well known from movies like the Coen brothers' quirky hit "Inside Llewyn Davis" – but he is set to soar into the Hollywood firmament in the new "Star Wars" film.The Guatemalan actor's name and face will go global with the December release of "Star Wars: The Force Awakens," in which he plays Poe Dameron, "the best pilot in the galaxy". While awaiting the media maelstrom, Isaac calmly recalls the moment when J.J. Abrams called him to offer him the once-in-a-lifetime role.Working with veterans including Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher and Mark Hamill, his silver screen heroes when he was young, was deeply emotional.
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