Nick hoult dating
While at a fan screening for X-Men: Apocalypse in London, England, she explained: "It is really good for taking paint off, but Nick used to hate it because I would come home smelling like a man and, like, too tired.
I was like, 'Don't touch me, I'm too tired,' and he was like, 'You smell like a dude.'" Oof. In case you forgot, Miz Lawrence and Hoult first met while filming 2011's X-Men: First Class and the two of them eventually started dating.
Just before starting the second series of Skins he quit school and decided to dedicate his attention fully to acting.
After Skins he acted in the first episode of Wallander.
Soon after wrapping First Class he started filming Jack the Giant Slayer, directed by Bryan Singer on the spring of 2011, in the lead role, his first on a big studio film.
That collaboration also gave Hoult the opportunity of being the face of Tom Ford eyewear for spring 2010 In January 2010 he was cast as Nux in George Miller's Mad Max: Fury Road, but that summer when he was doing pre-production in Australia (the initial location of the movie) the production was delayed indefinitely due to heavy raining, the filming was scheduled to last several months, so Nicholas had no other project lined up: " I was down in Australia starting prep on Mad Max and they told us it wasn’t going to shoot that year, so I called my agent and said I needed a job.
" They mentioned the X-Men production was interested in him, so he auditioned and got the part of Hank Mc Coy/Beast in the 2011 superhero film X-Men: First Class, a prequel to the franchise directed by Matthew Vaughn.
At the time he thought they wanted him to play Sid, a character more similar to himself according to him, and was doubtful he could play the manipulative, egocentric anti-hero, but ended up doing such a great job many people expected him to be like his character at parties.
The show ran for seven series, ending in 2013, but Hoult was only part of the first two.