Nicholas Hoult is opening up about his movie roles in a new video interview with GQ.

In the video, Hoult breaks down his characters in “Mad Max: Fury Road”, “The Favourite”, “Tolkien”, “About a Boy”, “Skins”, “A Single Man”, “Warm Bodies”, “The Great” and “X-Men: First Class”.

For the latter, he reveals, director Matthew Vaughn had an unusual request when he auditioned for the role of Hank McCoy, a.k.a. Beast.

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“Matthew Vaughn asked me to do a couple of takes in an American accent as you kind of saw the character. But then also do a take doing an impression of Stewie Griffin from ‘Family Guy’,” he says.

“I had watched a lot of ‘Family Guy’ in my teen years growing up, so I was like, ‘Okay, I think I’ve got a pretty good impression of Stewie Griffin lined up,’” he adds.

“And so I did a whole version of the take as Stewie Griffin and sent it off,” says Hoult. “So maybe that helped me get the part? I don’t know.”