You might think you know what's up with J.J. Abrams' Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but Oscar Isaac tells Yahoo! Movies that you have no idea.
After explaining that he read the script for the first time in a room equipped with cameras, the Inside Llewyn Davis star admitted he doesn't understand the desire for spoilers.
"I can’t speak for the cast and crew, I can just speak for myself, but for me I thought, 'Don’t you want to wait so you can get the real thing?'" Isaac said. "But it creates excitement for it. I don’t think these little leaks necessarily ruined watching the trailer. And also, the [plot theories] that get that formulated based on these things — they couldn’t be more far off-base."
While he remained tight-lipped on any story details, Isaac did comment on the practical effects used to put him in the X-Wing pilot seat shown in the teaser.
"It was hard to believe that I was actually sitting in there and doing that," he said. "And it’s physical. You have to kind of get in touch with that child again that had a little X-Wing and would fly around his room making crazy sounds, you had to tap into that spirit again and that was a lot fun. There was a lot of practical effects. A lot of the stuff they actually made. There wasn’t a lot of green screen."
Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens on Dec. 18. 2015.