Actors have their different take in portraying their respective roles. In fact, some are seriously embodying the personality of the character they are playing. Adam Driver is taking his role as Kylo Ren in the “Star Wars” saga very seriously.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi” stars, like Mark Hamill, who plays the iconic role of Luke Skywalker, and John Boyega, who portrays the new Resistance fighter Fin, revealed how critical the 33-year-old actor is in depicting his role.

In an interview with the movie’s cast by Vanity Fair in celebration of the epic franchise’s 40th anniversary, the “Girls” star admitted how serious he is in representing his role as the new generation Darth Vader.

Driver finds a connection to Kylo Ren

“There’s [sic] big personal things that I find about every character,” Driver told the publication."

However, this just doesn’t count “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” alone. In fact, in every movie he does, he tries to “make it as personal as possible.”

This includes his internal process of embodying Kylo Ren, which he is being overly cautious about. But, although he sees his character's pain and has built a connection with him, he likes to keep it personal. “I kind of prefer to keep [it] to myself,” he said.

Hamill tries to invite Driver, but no avail

Of course, Driver’s fellow “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” cast members also notice how serious he is on the set. “He’s very moody and intense,” Hamill revealed.

He even remembered one incident where he talked to the “Silence” actor explaining that they should have a connection.

The 65-year-old iconic star narrated that he has no idea how Joanne Tuckers husband works or his technique in portraying Kylo Ren. But in the movie, he is his nephew, and they should get along together. “I probably bounced you on my knee.

I probably babysat for you,” he said.

The voice actor also added that as they are now both isolated from the Skywalker family, he suggested if they could go to lunch and hang out together. Unfortunately, Driver has his own take on building a connection with his on-screen uncle, he didn’t accept the offer. So, Hamill just wished him “more power” in his acting.

Boyega trying to bring Driver on the light side

Meanwhile, Boyega is making the mood on the set of “Star Wars: The Last Jedi” as light as possible. As a matter of fact, he is working on it together with Daisy Ridley, who plays Rey. But, when it comes to Driver, he thinks there is nothing he can do to bring him to the light side, so he just gives him a hug. Although the gesture is not being returned, at least, the “Paterson” actor received it, and just waited for it to be done.