After several months of tentative hypothesis, Javier Bardem at last confirmed that he is playing a villain in the forthcoming James Bond film. The movie seems to be more rumors than facts attached to it. "Bond 23" is supposed to be named as "Skyfall" and is supposed to play Ralph Fiennes as another villain, although there perhaps it won't be any direct answers about those till the planned press meeting next month at the start of the flick's production.
For now, we will have to be content with the facts. And the truth is that Bardem starred with Daniel Craig as the villain which is an extremely fabulous. There was also a current confirmation of the French actress Berenice Marlohe who will be "Bond 23’s" Bond girl, which joins Naomi Harris as Miss Moneypenny. Encircling out the cast is Judi Dench, who comes back as M.
"I am thrilled, my parents took me to saw the films and I saw all of them, and to play which is going to be fun," said by Bardem Nightline in an interview. "I chose to play this man, although I cannot give many details."
No details released about his character (beggars cannot be choosers), but the BBC had a ball spoilers about the end of the film. After "Bond 23", which is shot in India, Turkey and China, the production will be directed to the UK to shoot Duntrune castle within Scotland.
The castle is supposedly destined to be the ancestral home of Bond, and he will draw all the villains of the film there "explosive" ending. According to the woman who lives in the castle, the shot is scheduled to begin in late February.