• March 9, 2019

Why Rami Malek Is Meant To Be a Bond Villain

Oscar winning Rami Malek seems like he’ll be a Bond villain next, here’s why that’s a great idea!
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After the success of playing Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody, Rami Malek seems to be the most sought after actor in Hollywood. He’s being tapped to play James Bond’s newest enemy in Bond 25, and we think he’s the perfect choice!

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10 thoughts on “Why Rami Malek Is Meant To Be a Bond Villain

  1. Tommy Flanagan gets my vote. He is one of the few actors that can honestly portray himself capable extreme violence. He has the appearance and sound of a old school bond villain. Career-wise he has yet to really step out of the supporting roles. I would love to see him get a chance.

  2. Rami Malek is a good shout for the next Bond villain 🙂 Lets just hope they don’t make him the sort of villain that’s “personal to Bond” which we’ve been seeing for the last few films. Because whilst it worked very well as a one-off for Javier Bardem’s Silva in Skyfall where he was out for revenge against Judi Dench’s M, Christoph Waltz’s Blofeld in Spectre where they made him Bond’s adoptive brother really showed that the constant use of this type of villain is getting dull and tedious now and must not be made a habit of. For the next Bond villain and indeed film, I just want the film makers to go back to the traditional unique villain with his or her’s very own world threatening evil scheme which Bond must foil without them having to make the villain personal to the protagonists. Still I hope the strong rumors of Rami Malek being the next Bond villain are true, and I look forward to see how he does 🙂

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