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It was recently reported that Javier Bardem may end up taking on the villainous role in the upcoming 23rd James Bond movie. This would be an awesome casting ...

As Raoul Silva, the cyberterrorist with ridiculous bleached-blond hair in Skyfall, Bardem may be the best Bond bad guy ever. He tells Kevin Fallon what sold ...

Bond Villian: Raoul Silva (Javier Bardem) - Skyfall...quite possibly the best Bond Villian ever!

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Según las malas lenguas… or good ones, however you want to look at them, Oscar winner Javier Bardem is on board to play the villain in the next James Bond ...

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Oscar-winning actor Javier Bardem has confirmed that he will play a villain in the next James Bond film.

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When future lists of great Bond villains are compiled, it is likely that “Skyfall's” Silva, played by Oscar winner Javier Bardem, will be included.

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Both Christoph Waltz and Javier Bardem have won an Oscar for their portrayal as the antagonist in Inglorious Basterds and No Country For Old Men.

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The man who won an Oscar playing the serial killer from No Country for Old Men is in talks to be the bad guy in the next James Bond film.

Javier Bardem reveals his inspiration for villain role in James Bond film “Skyfall”

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Bardem plays the role of a cyber-terrorist in the new Bond movie, Skyfall

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Newsflash: Javier Bardem is being offered every major open role in Hollywood! Okay, not every single role, but in the past week we've heard his name ...

MOSCOW – Javier Bardem makes an extraordinary villain in “Skyfall,” the new adventure of the most famous secret agent in the history of movies, James Bond, ...

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Javier Bardem: My Skyfall character is a homage to James Bond villains

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... Best Villains in Film. by BallsinWhoresBigManOct 11. Anton Chigurh - cold blooded killer whom Bardem won an Oscar for in No Country for Old Men.

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'Skyfall' Set Photos: Javier Bardem as James Bond Villain 'Silva'

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That darkness can come in many different forms depending on the narrative. But the most common shape is in the embodiment of the villain.

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After all of the nonsense of the MGM bankruptcy, the Sam Mendes-helmed 23rd JAMES BOND movie is starting to take shape with its cast.

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There's been a lot of talk and speculation surrounding Javier Bardem being the next James Bond villain. We heard he was offered the role, and he's talked ...

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It's directed by Sam Mendes and the cinematography is by Roger Deakins. Daniel Craig plays James Bond and Javier Bardem is the terrifying villain.

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There is no doubt that he will make a great James Bond villain & certainly will be able to create trouble for Mr. Bond.

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