there are three months already Le Figaro was the echoes of the persistent rumours about the presence of Rami Malek in the next James Bond movie. A beautiful intuition of the producers of the adventures of 007 because since the american actor has been crowned with the best actor Oscar for his stunning reincarnation of Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody , the fresco film dedicated to the legendary rock group, Queen.
today, a few weeks shy of the beginning of the shooting many times pushed to James Bond, the role of the essential villain of James Bond, seems to be definitively allocated to the talented actor american of egyptian origin. For Barbara Broccoli, the high priestess of Eon, the historic producer of the saga, to have the oscar for the best actor in the troop, would be sure, a master-stroke. She already knows that the fans of the hero of Ian Fleming’s dream, no doubt, to see the disturbing and wonderful composition of Rami Malek in the role of villains of the villains of the legend 007, the vile and evil Ernst Stavro Blofeld, the n° 1 of the criminal organization, Spectre.
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The future credits of the James Bond 25th of the name sees it a little at its edges is to draw a more precise manner. The two characters are recurring, and essential missions bondiennes, the all-powerful M and Miss Moneypenny will be played again by the excellent Ralph Fiennes and Naomie Harris. Finally, the last love of a secret agent, Dr. Madeleine Swann aka Léa Seydoux, will return for this film, which should be the last Bond of Daniel Craig.
anyway, the master work of the mission, Cary Joji Fukunaga, has only a few more weeks to definitively reveal the key pieces of his chessboard. Time is of the essence, the film should leave on screens in 2020 and, as everyone knows since a long time, James Bond doesn’t wait…
● Rami Malek, undoubted star of Bohemian Rhapsody
● Daniel Craig, a James Bond novel in the great tradition of the legend of the hero of Ian Fleming