Oscar Isaac is riding a new wave of momentum following the success of Marvel Studios' Moon Knight but despite his newfound success over at the Marvel Cinematic Universe, a lot of people still haven't forgotten about his time in Star Wars as Poe Dameron.
Now, fans are wondering if they'll ever see Poe back in a galaxy far, far away and while Oscar doesn't have the answer to that, reprising his Star Wars character is something he'd have no problem doing in the future.
Speaking with Jess Cagle on SiriusXM, the MCU star said he's open to the idea as long as he's presented with good material. Isaac reveals: "Hmm. I don't know. No, I don't know. I mean I'm open ... to anything you never know ... I have no real feeling one way or the other, you know, I'm open to any kind of good story, any good thing to do and time's the one thing that could become much more challenging as you get older and with kids and all that."
He continued: "It's like, 'Where do these things fit in?' Start realizing that there's not time for all of it, but if there was a great story and a great director, and Kathy [Kennedy] came to me and was like, 'Hey, we've got this idea,' you know, I'm so, so open to it."
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Disney's expansion of the Star Wars franchise via their namesake streaming service made anything virtually possible. And considering Poe is one of the best bits about the divisive sequel trilogy, it wouldn't come as a shock if his backstory gets explored in a prequel project similar to Andor. Or perhaps something that is set post-Skywalker saga?
The entire Skywalker saga is available for streaming on Disney+.