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  • I feel like the hot wing is looking back at me like this.

  • Hey, what's going on?

  • Everybody for first we feast.

  • I'm Sean Evans and you're watching hot ones.

  • It's the show with hard questions and even hotter wings.

  • And today we close out Season 10 with John Boyega.

  • He's an actor and producer, you know best from films like Attack the Block, Pacific Rim Uprising and Star Wars.

  • Speaking up, you can catch him in Star Wars.

  • Episode nine The Rise of Skywalker, which is set in theaters on December 20th.

  • John Boyega.

  • Welcome to the show.

  • Thank you for having me.

  • I've heard you rave about pepper soup in the past, so I take it you're no stranger around.

  • Well, I shouldn't have said that man like this is a team.

  • But you know what?

  • We're here, and I'm happy to be able to watch the show.

  • Mmm.

  • That's good.

  • This is good chicken wings, man.

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  • You don't get it from my belly's playlist over here on 34th Street shots to use a free plug.

  • Everything on this table is against me.

  • Dude, I'm gonna make sure I'm on a plane from its focus.

  • I understand Nigerian food.

  • It can get quite spicy.

  • Where we at on the Nigerian heat index.

  • Probably not even registered with this.

  • This is no registering on my tongue, Not know nothing.

  • And then I understand that you took Harrison Ford to a Nigerian meal in London.

  • Yeah.

  • What was that like?

  • Is that seems special on multiple levels.

  • Yeah.

  • Um, on the day we were on the Millennium Falcon, as you do to shooting a scene on dhe Harrison was like, You know what?

  • I want to go and eat like real food.

  • Like different kind of food, like different taste.

  • Someone sick of chicken breast in the salad.

  • I was off the cool man Come down to the okay road.

  • It's a Nigerian restaurant there.

  • Go there and have some food.

  • And we went down there, got a car, and he ate every ordered, literally mourn me.

  • And then in the car back, he was lumped.

  • He was gone.

  • So gone that he was just like, Can we swap positions because you have a lot more leg room?

  • Harrison forward then for kid climbed over me to get into my seat.

  • We stopped places and he was silly.

  • Like snoring gone Nigerian food Coma.

  • Yeah, him, him.

  • And then I know that your major proponent of the food scene and Peckham, including your favorite chicken shop over there on ride lane.

  • What can you tell people about the chicken shop culture in London?

  • Because one time I went to Tottenham with this guy, that chicken connoisseur, all you were going to sort of, you know, chicken kind of way.

  • And we're at this spot in Tottenham and kids were just banging on the window trying to get in to take a picture with the guy.

  • Yeah.

  • I mean, you know, he's He's the best of the British special when it comes to chicken wings, you know, you get your standard two piece chicken and chips get you the number four, which is really good.

  • They throw in some ribs on some corn on the cob.

  • So you know, we got some.

  • We got some good nice dishes back over that way when there's a culture like you know, and it's cheap is well, you know, a little box fries, chicken you good for today?

  • I come from nothing.

  • My comfortable step mob guys that up.

  • Remember he said this, Remember?

  • He said this Here's how I'm gonna go out Confidence You've kept some pretty cool keepsakes from your time in Star Wars from that, uh, red Spider Man stormtrooper helmet that J J gifted you to the Han solo action figure that you got signed by Harrison.

  • Which one is most special to you when you think about your time on set?

  • The Harrison Ford Vigor is really special to me.

  • Like I was able to hold on to that figure and go through the whole franchise and get multiple different people to sign it.

  • This is, you know, new characters that we haven't met yet.

  • And I don't see, you know, some some characters that are, you know, pivotal to the Star Wars story.

  • But they're not obviously on set all the time.

  • And when I could locate them, I locate them.

  • But I have to figure on me.

  • Could you please sign better video game?

  • In your opinion, the force unleashed or battlefront?

  • Um, I would say about front, definitely a better game because of the online platform.

  • And then the film is one of the most locked down secretive films that I can recall being made.

  • Can you reveal some of the behind the scenes security measures that go into putting a cap on Star Wars?

  • I know.

  • I remember.

  • I put on overcoat because every time we leave the set, we can't actually leave in costume.

  • So if you want to go to the toilet and honesty in studio Lot, we can't just leave.

  • We have to put these cloaks on, put my cloak on and I couldn't get back into set Security guy.

  • I must have been his first day and he was just like, No, no, no, I can't let anyone here, but I'm here.

  • But I'm in the I'm in the film.

  • I promise you a minute.

  • Good enough, Like one of the senior security dudes came down and gave me the posse that's fed that.

  • Yeah, that's been so to someone on the outside of the movie business, it would seem like more British actors than Americans worked their way through the ranks of theater or at least classically trained at places like Prada and Central.

  • How would you explain the drama tradition and Britain to an outsider calling New York right guys theater scene.

  • Harris is pretty consistent, very professional.

  • Some really top notch training is the same thing.

  • The UK But a special thing about the U.

  • K.

  • Is that the theaters are also tired toe after school activity so you can get involved in theater from your young.

  • And that's how I got involved with just a youth group.

  • And then we ended up connecting different theaters, different performances.

  • And that's how you really get the bug or you can leave it be.

  • But four is a good experience.

  • Do you see any difference and say, Anak ter, who has a theater background on a big budget movie set versus someone who's just been doing TV and films since the beginning?

  • You know, I thought it depends on the individual.

  • I think that some people are turning into the point where, regardless of the format, they adjust and adapt a Some people just have it.

  • I guess it depends if you have been doing TV for a long while.

  • Maybe there's some bad habits see, pick up.

  • You know, you're not used to, you know, transitioning onto stage.

  • It's a different process.

  • Also preparing for for stage work So it just depends on the individual.

  • To me, you know, there is a significant jump from film to TV then, too, two stages to get three different forms.

  • And then I know one of the places that you studied was at the identity school for acting.

  • What is special about that place?

  • Because there seems to be a lot of the alumni popping up in big, huge blockbusters all over the place right now.

  • It's incredible.

  • Like that was just basically a drama school set up by my agent Femi organs on Dhe.

  • He was in London and found that not a lot of black people are getting into mainstream drama schools.

  • You know, we'll find in there, you know, one per class.

  • And that and that for him, wasn't enough.

  • He had been an actor before, and he was in, like, EastEnders, you know, those British TV shows.

  • And on the leaflet, he was basically saying, you know, get trained by actors who have been in, you know, EastEnders Casualty was talking about himself but fruit through that he set off a drama school on me.

  • Leticia Wright, Mallika Kirby.

  • Some of the British names that you know now it's on the big screen.

  • We went there and it was a hub of creativity where, you know, it was just a lot of young people who had the same dream who didn't laugh for each of his dream.

  • And it was cool.

  • Like I It's like some of the best days of my life.

  • I really enjoyed it, you know.

  • I got some.

  • So first we feast recently did a deep dive into the connection between enemy and hip hop on this new show that we have called Goetschi Gang, and I know that you're a huge fan.

  • What do you think it is about Anna Mae?

  • Why do you think it's inspired such a huge global following anime, I think because of its long form format.

  • So it lasts for ages.

  • You take some men and Naruto, for example, you literally watch the current oh grow up day by day.

  • And then there are filler episodes that give you kind of like clarity on the world surrounding the leads of the several different needs in it in the enemy.

  • And it's just the way it's the way they tell stories about the time when characters are like standing in one scene, you're going into their subconscious minds, you know, like for example, I'm here like I'm doing Well, chicken wings are good a ship.

  • I don't know if this next one's about to blow my fricking brains to the sky.

  • Right is like that, and they do like a subconscious thing.

  • We go back and forth, and that's cool.

  • I really like that.

  • It's a great way of storytelling, this fun.

  • And I guess it just touching.

  • They tap into the imagination of individuals and people just really, really love it.

  • There was actually on YouTube, an animated version off Star Wars.

  • They have the X Wings flying in the animated exactly like what?

  • It would be like inanimate TV show.

  • And it actually it actually really, really worked, like, really, really did.

  • And I think the X Wings spaceships, the light saber fights, all that kind of stuff is his enemy.

  • Ask what would you recommend?

  • Like if somebody were just dipping their toes into the animate pond and they were just wanted to get started?

  • What do you think are some titles to get them started?

  • I would say attack on Titan, definitely say narrow um, one punch, man.

  • One punch, one punch Mons.

  • Very People say I look like one punch, man.

  • I get that treaty.

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  • Yeah.

  • You know, last 30 on my that one with moisturizing.

  • That's yourselves out.

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  • The biggest fan of this sort taste is a bit firing.

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  • Yeah, big fun of that.

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  • Still sitting here?

  • I mean, all right, Tommy.

  • Every crane segment on our show called Explain that, Graham, we do a deep dive on our guests.

  • Instagram pull interesting pictures that need more contacts, so we'll just put him up on the monitor.

  • You tell us the bigger story.