“When it comes to theatre, an actor always has a chance to play a classic role. In film, once a movie has been made, it’s made,” says Williams.
Browsing: Javier Bardem
“I think audiences want to watch characters go through something, so it’s kind of okay to leave things a little messy, a little undone, if we can be truthful to that.” – Susan Heyward on rehearsing
It’s true Javier Bardem makes a killer villain, pun intended. Just check out his past Oscar-winning role in No Country for Old Men. In the new James Bond film, Skyfall, Bardem brings his acting chops to a role that has some surprisingly funny moments.
Javier Bardem on Playing a 007 Villain: “It was a great gift of finding myself in a very, very creative process”
It’s not often that such an acclaimed actor as Javier Bardem stars as the villain in a James Bond movie, which is perhaps one of the reasons why Skyfall is the most critically praised 007 films in the series’ fifty-year history.
In Theaters: November 9th
Javier Bardem believes that the solution to movie piracy is to lower ticket prices so that those inclined to illegally download a film might head to their local theater instead.
Javier Bardem: “When you are portraying somebody that has a very specific emotional weight, you feel like you’re really starting to abandon your own body and go to someplace else”
“When you are portraying somebody that has a very specific emotional weight, you feel like you’re really starting to abandon your own body and go to someplace else. And then when you come back to yourself, people that know you well, they ask, ‘Why did you say that?’ or ‘Why are you doing this?’ or ‘Why are you behaving this way?’ But you don’t realize. Because it’s so unconscious, you don’t have control over it,” he said.