Isaac Hempstead-Wright is an English actor. Beginning his professional acting career at the age of eleven, Hempstead-Wright is best known for his role as Bran Stark on the HBO series Game of Thrones, which earned him a Young Artist Award nomination as Best Young Supporting Actor in a TV Series. Isaac Hempstead-Wright had no interest in acting until he joined a drama club to get out of playing football on Saturday mornings during the cold months of the year. Hempstead-Wright started acting in commercials, and studied acting at the Kent Youth Theatre in Canterbury, England. He made it his screen debut in the horror film, The Awakening. But, the big break came when he was cast as Bran Stark on Game of Thrones, he was part of the initial starring cast and remains a member of the starring cast for the second, third, and fourth seasons which earned him two Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations as Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in Drama Series at the 18th and 20th Screen Actors ... Read More
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Nominee voting for the 2015 Peoples Choice Awards 2015 is now open!!

We can show our support and nominee! All you have to do is:

Go to http://vote.peopleschoice.com/#!/home/all/23/1 and vote for The Boxtroll as Favorite Family Movie

also vote for Game of Thrones and the cast:

http://vote.peopleschoice.com/#!/home/all/27/2 Game of Thrones as Favorite TV Show

http://vote.peopleschoice.com/#!/home/all/77/2 Game of Thrones as Favorite Cable Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Show

http://vote.peopleschoice.com/#!/home/all/44/2 Kit Harington and Peter Dinklage as Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Actor

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http://vote.peopleschoice.com/#!/home/all/49/2 Joffrey Baratheon as Favorite TV Character We Will Miss Most

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All the interviews of Isaac promoting The Boxtrolls… have you seen the film yet? I just saw the film last weak and the movie is so good! I went with my nephews and they loved it.

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Isaac Hempstead-Wright talks about his upcoming role in The Boxtrolls as well as his Game of Thrones crush!

 

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Isaac Hempstead Wright voices a character named Eggs, a boy raised by creatures called Boxtrolls, in the upcoming 3D stop motion film, The Boxtrolls, which releases in theaters across the country on September 26.


The Boxtrolls is loosely based on Here Be Monsters!, a novel from the Ratbridge Chronicles book series by Alan Snow.


“It’s a very expansive, several volume story,” Isaac explained. “It’s fairly different from the final film, just because it’s a bit like trying to fit Game Of Thrones into a feature-length film. You just couldn’t do it.”


Before The Boxtrolls, Isaac had only done live action acting. The stop motion movie put him in a recording studio and tested his talents in an entirely new way.


“It’s really different, because in live action you provide everything,” he said. “You provide the body, the face and the voice. But in stop motion, you really are only the voice, and the second part of your job is done by the animators.”


This makes it especially crucial to get the vocal work just right.


“You’ve got to put more through your voice, because that’s all you’ve got to express the performance,” he said. “Furthermore, you’re not onset, where you feel as though you are where the character is. You’re in kind of a sterile recording booth, so to a certain extend you have to imagine it a bit more and get a bit more into the zone.”


Isaac recorded most of his voice work in a studio with a reader, rather than the other voice actors, but he did get a few chances to work in the booth with the other stars of The Boxtrolls.


“I was lucky enough to do a couple of sessions with Elle [Fanning] and Sir Ben [Kingsley] and Simon Pegg, and those were great,” he said. “The performance comes to life a bit because you are actually conversing with the characters who people will see you conversing with onscreen. You see our real reflections between each other.”


In The Boxtrolls, Ben Kingsley plays the wicked Archibald Snatcher, who sets out to exterminate the Boxtrolls, despite his knowledge that they are kind and harmless creatures.


We asked Isaac what it was like to share a recording booth with the star.


“Absolutely terrifying!” he replied. “If you think it’s scary watching him onscreen, imagine being in a tiny booth with him. I recorded with him in this really quaint little studio in Oxford. You’re in a really tiny booth and things aren’t helped by his very large reclining chair, which he uses to get the voice from the right part of his body. You’re kind of squished into a tiny corner with a Shakespearean actor in the other corner, screaming at you and trying to kill you.”


Isaac clarified….



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