Oscar Isaac wants to know if ‘eight inches is enough for you’ and it’s exactly what you’re thinking

Oscar Isaac

Oscar Isaac left the entire internet dehydrated as he played an aggressively horny top in a benefit play reading.

The actor, who played the sexually ambiguous Poe Dameron in the Star Wars sequel trilogy, left fans shocked, hot and bothered with a one simple question.

“Eight inches of dick ain’t enough for you, huh?”

Before we all get carried away, it’s our duty to inform you that Isaac wasn’t offering up his own Star Destroyer.

Rather, he was in character for a benefit play reading of Alan Browne’s Beirut, described by host MCC Theater as “raunchy, real, and poetic”. Indeed.

Oscar Isaac played the role of Torch, “a young man who is in quarantine after testing positive to a nameless disease”.

Spider-Man star Marisa Tomei starred opposite as the girlfriend who “refuses to leave him isolating alone”, reprising her role from the award-winning 1987 run of the play, which launched MCC.

In another clip from Beirut, Isaac mimes spanking his girlfriend while shouting “I’m gonna teach you to behave.”

“And then, come back home and f**k,” he adds.

Honestly, words don’t do it justice.

You’re welcome.

Oscar Isaac enjoys edging the gays.

This isn’t the first time Oscar Isaac has left queer fans thirsty.

Last year he riled up LGBT+ Star Wars fans by hinting at a romantic relationship between his character Poe and John Boyega’s Finn.

The pair shared clear chemistry, and ahead of the saga’s conclusion with The Rise of Skywalker, Isaac said there is a “deep, deep connection” between the characters.

“The truth is, as a performer… I can only do so much, cause I don’t write the scripts, but other than say I would think that that would be a great way for the story to go and a much more original one, but I think that, at least, what we can say is that it holds that potential,” he told EW.

When the film was eventually released, the only same-sex action was a disappointing kiss between two minor characters.

Isaac said that Disney had vetoed a Finn-Poe relationship, telling IGN: “I think there could’ve been a very interesting, forward-thinking… not even forward-thinking, just, like, current-thinking love story there, something that hadn’t quite been explored yet – particularly the dynamic between these two men in war that could’ve fallen in love with each other.

“I would try to push it a bit in that direction, but the Disney overlords were not ready to do that.”