Oscar-winner Eddie Redmayne, who described two years ago that he had auditioned, badly, for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” finally revealed on Tuesday just what role he had gone for.

“I was going for, I think, Adam Driver ,” Redmayne, 34, told Uproxx.com, referring to the part of Kylo Ren, the Dark Side son of Princess Leia and Han Solo. “They gave me, like, a ‘Star Trek’ scene — or, like, something from ‘Pride and Prejudice.’ It was one of those films,” he added vaguely. “With films that top secret, they don’t give you the actual lines. So they give you a scene from ‘Pride and Prejudice,’ but then they tell you you’re auditioning for the baddie. If you’re me, you then put some ridiculous voice on.”

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The English actor, whose “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” opens Nov. 18, allowed, “That was really a hilarious moment. Because it was [casting director] Nina Gold, who I have to thank a lot because she’s cast me in several films. And she was just sitting there and I was trying again and again with different versions of my kind of ‘koohh paaaah’ [Darth Vader breathing sound] voice. And after, like, ten shots she’s like, ‘You got anything else?’ I was like, ‘No.’ ”

Redmayne won the best actor Academy Award for playing theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking in “The Theory of Everything” (2014), and earned a second nomination for his role as historical figure Lili Elbe, one of the first known transgender women to undergo sex reassignment surgery, in “The Danish Girl” (2015).