Rege-Jean Website page was “amazed” by the script for ‘Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Amid Thieves’.

The 34-year-aged actor performs Xenk Yendar in the motion-comedy film, and Rege-Jean admits that he hardly ever anticipated the script to have these kinds of a “human” component to it.

The actor – who functions in the movie alongside the likes of Chris Pine and Michelle Rodriguez – explained to SFX magazine: “I really don’t feel everyone realized rather what they were being getting into when they picked up a ‘Dungeons and Dragons: Honor Amongst Thieves’ script.

“I shocked was at how there was a incredibly human throughline to the story. We all put it down smiling, owning laughed and cared about this environment, which is really a fragile harmony to strike.”

Rege-Jean also enjoyed doing work with Chris, Michelle and his other co-stars, who involved Justice Smith, Sophia Lillis and Hugh Grant.

He claimed: “These are really gifted, really intelligent, incredibly humorous persons, but also vastly unique – a finely well balanced orchestra of incredibly odd devices.”

Rege-Jean is, of course, greatest known for starring in ‘Bridgerton’.

And the actor formerly admitted that he observed it “overpowering” to observe his steamy scenes from the show.

Rege-Jean – who performed the Duke of Hastings in the hit Netflix period of time drama – told The Hollywood Reporter: “No a person was sufficiently geared up. I wasn’t adequately prepared, and I was there.

“I assume people were being grateful for the depth of the passionate facets of ‘Bridgerton’ I’m not sure how grateful I was to look at it for myself.

“It was too much to handle. But I believe people have been wanting to be overwhelmed.”