"There are many different ways careers can exhaust you, but the artistic way is unique," he told Men's Health.
John Boyega talks about calling out Disney for the studio's treatment of his "Star Wars" character Finn.
Just like us, it appears that when not required to, celebrities are more than happy to make no effort whatsoever on Zoom.
Star Wars has denounced 'bullying and racism' after the host of a new web companion show to the forthcoming Star Wars: The High Republic series was subject to vile abuse online.
There's no more obvious scope for romance in The Force Awakens than that seen simmering in the background between Daisy Ridley's Rey and John Boyega's Finn.
The actor behind Rey said she is happy with the way her 'Star Wars' character's storyline came to a conclusion in 'The Rise of Skywalker'.
John Boyega reckons that he could bring 'something different' to the role of James Bond, and that he'd be up for bringing director Steve McQueen along with him.
John Boyega has said he's still worried that his impassioned speech at the Black Lives Matter protests over the summer could have damaged his acting career.
The 'Star Wars' actor has been outspoken about the ways in which studios must do more to support people of colour in Hollywood.
John Boyega has said that he after he publicly admonished Disney over the treatment of his character in the Star Wars movies, he had an 'honest and transparent conversation' with the studio.
The actor shared details about a storyline that could have kept him front and center in the Skywalker Saga’s final act.
The films, collectively titled Small Axe, will air on BBC One and BBC iPlayer in November.
Artist Zoe Hsu has drawn John Boyega, Hunter Schafer, Dev Patel and other stars in famous period pieces.
The perfume company apologised to Boyega after removing the actor, who is black, from an advert in China.
British fragrance maker Jo Malone London has apologised to John Boyega for re-shooting an ad that he wrote, directed and starred in, which was then released for the Chinese market.
John Boyega has slated Disney for using his race to market 'Star Wars', before sidelining his character in the movies.
The British actor, who made his name as ex-stormtrooper turned resistance fighter Finn in the sequel movies, has told fans that he's now officially 'moved on'.