Ewan McGregor opened up about "Birds of Prey" scenes that "sadly" didn't make it to the movie.

"There's lots of stuff that we improvised in that film that didn't make it into the film, sadly," McGregor told GQ. "We improvised this whole hide-and-seek game in my apartment."

The 51-year-old actor went on to share details about the improved scene, "We had this idea that when they were super high after getting back from the club, they'd play hide-and-seek. It was pretty good on the page but there was more fun to be had with him."

The actor explained how much he loves the "petulant, spoiled nature" of the character he played.

"The writing with his backstory that he came from a very... he was kicked out of his family for being the black sheep of the family," he added. "And he doesn't think he's a bad guy. He just wants to take over the world."

McGregor made headlines last month when he spoke about Disney+ series "Obi-Wan Kenobi" co-star Moses Ingram, who received racial abuse online for her portrayal in the "Star Wars" franchise.

The actor praised his co-star for her talent and for being a great addition to the series. "And if you’re sending her bullying messages, you’re no ‘Star Wars’ fan in my mind," he added. "There’s no place for racism in this world. And I totally stand with Moses."

"Obi-Wan Kenobi" is a six-part limited series that released its final episode on June 22.

Considering his upcoming projects, the actor will feature in the movie "Raymond & Ray," which is helmed by director Rodrigo García. McGregor will portray Raymond's character in the flick.

McGregor will also lend his voice to animated movies like "Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio" and "The Land of Sometimes." He will also feature in the movie, titled "The Cow," where he plays a U.S. pilot who is held as a prisoner of war in World War 2.

The actor will also appear in the movie, "Everest," which is based on the life of George Mallory, an acclaimed mountaineer from the 20th century who went missing during the 1924 British Mount Everest expedition.

On the personal front, McGregor married actress Mary Elizabeth Winstead in April this year. He was previously married to production designer, Eve Mavrakis from 1995 to 2018.

Ewan McGregor is back for a six-episode "Star Wars" limited series, set in between the events of the prequel trilogy and the original "Star Wars"
Ewan McGregor is back for a six-episode "Star Wars" limited series, set in between the events of the prequel trilogy and the original "Star Wars" GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA via AFP / Frazer Harrison
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