Is a baby on the way for Star Wars' Oscar Isaac?

Justin Harp
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From Digital Spy

Star Wars: The Last Jedi's Oscar Isaac has so much to look forward to in 2017 - not least of which is that he'll probably soon be a dad.

Oscar and his Danish filmmaker girlfriend Elvira Lind fuelled baby rumours when Elvira was spotted with a possible baby bump while out in New York City earlier this week (via People).

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If Elvira actually is pregnant, it will be her first child with the Golden Globe-nominated star of Inside Llewyn Davis, A Most Violent Year and Ex Machina.

Digital Spy has reached out to Oscar Isaac's spokesperson for clarification on if the couple are expecting a baby.

In the meantime, we're busy picking out baby names based on Oscar's classic movie roles. Llewyn Davis Jr would be fun in a meta way - although we'd suggest staying away from Apocalypse.

The arrival of a son or daughter would come during a very busy year for Oscar, who is juggling high-profile blockbuster and indie film projects in the months ahead.

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He will, of course, reunite with John Boyega, Daisy Ridley and Adam Driver in Star Wars: The Last Jedi to reprise his role as ace X-wing pilot Poe Dameron.

Star Wars: The Last Jedi will hit US and UK cinemas this Christmas, but first there's the World War I-era drama The Promise.

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(Oscar Isaac in The Promise)

In that film, he'll play an Armenian medical student named Michael who fights for the affection of the American-born Ana (Charlotte Le Bon) with an American reporter (Christian Bale).

The Promise arrives in US cinemas on April 21 and then reaches the UK on April 28. Watch a trailer below:

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