As reported by Yahoo Entertainment, iPOP alumni Lucas Till made an at-home appearance for Tuesdays digital segment of The Talk. Lucas spoke on how he’s keeping busy, those ‘The Flash’ rumors and MacGyver updates.
One of the many shows and films that have halted production, Lucas has spent this newfound free time learning Japanese. “I have an app on my phone, it’s like 90 seconds every morning when I wake up to try to learn Japanese”, Lucas stated.
Lucas also set the record straight on a question on the mind of many fans regarding his return to his superhero roots. Having become a favorite as Havok in the X-Men film franchise, there was a fan push for the star to take over as ‘The Flash’ in the stand-alone film, which currently has Ezra Miller as the title role. Lucas stated, his agents have not yet been called on any offers but shared that he loves the idea if the opportunity arose.
Lucas also shared a love update regarding his character’s relationship on his tv series and the ‘love triangle’ that has been unfolding in the recent season. With Lucas sharing “Without ruining anything, Mac [Till] is going to have to make a choice in these last couple of episodes. And, it’s definitely going to be a split and a joining. Maybe in the way you think, maybe not… a lot of friction about to happen.”
Lucas Till is known as the title character of MacGyver on the CBS series. Lucas began his rise to fame at 13, after attending iPOP! LA, going on to land the role of Jack Cash in the Johnny Cash biopic, Walk The Line. He has also landed other major roles in Hannah Montana: The Movie and Monster Trucks.
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