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The play was staged only for a week in March 2009 as Hoult had committed to be a part of the fantasy adventure Clash of the Titans (2010), filming for which was scheduled for the summer later that year.
Hoult's performance as a "ferociously bright and articulate but sexually confused sixth-former" received mixed response from critics.
His transition to adult roles with the 2009 drama A Single Man and the 2010 fantasy adventure film Clash of the Titans was well received, and earned him a BAFTA Orange Rising Star Award nomination.
Hoult was then cast as the mutant Beast in Matthew Vaughn's 2011 superhero film X-Men: First Class, a role he reprised in later installments of the series; his second production in the franchise, the 7 million grossing X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014) marked his biggest commercial success.
Hoult had previously shown interest in the project and had sent a recorded audition tape as well; he was eventually chosen for the role of Kenny, a homosexual college student who helps a college professor, played by Colin Firth, deal with his grief.
Playing his first major role as an American, he worked on his accent; in his review for the film, Sukhdev Sandhu of The Daily Telegraph made note of Ford's strange choice to cast British actors as Americans (Hoult and Matthew Goode) and vice versa (Julianne Moore).
Hoult was cast as Nux in George Miller's delayed action film Mad Max: Fury Road; the project spent several years in development hell as plans for a fourth film in the Mad Max franchise were met with financial difficulties.
Aged 14, he quit the Sylvia Young Theatre School as students at the institute had to sign with its agency and he still did not want to pursue acting as a profession, and preferred to attend a regular school, which he did at Ranelagh.
Hoult starred as Ralph Compton, a young boy who is forced to deal with the disintegration of his family in Wah-Wah, the 2005 semi-autobiographical directorial debut of British actor Richard E Grant.
The film is set in the 1960s Swaziland and chronicles the end of the British Empire in Africa.
Although Hoult initially wanted to study English, he later decided to pursue a career in acting after graduating from Sylvia Young Theatre School.
Having made his screen debut at the age of seven in the 1996 film Intimate Relations, he variously appeared in such television shows as Magic Grandad and Waking the Dead.
During his time on the show, Hoult felt overwhelmed by the attention and even considered quitting acting at one point, but eventually decided against it.