Rami Malek had this condition before agreeing to play a villain in 'Bond 25'

Actor Rami malek he had some conditions in mind when he agreed to play a terrorist in the next movie 'Bond 25' .

The Oscar-winning actor seemed to know that his character would be a kind of terrorist, but for Malek it was crucial that his evil forms were not linked to a certain religion or ideology.

Before signing the movie, 'Bohemian Rhapsody' Estrella wanted a guarantee from the director of the movie, Cary Fukunaga That his character would not be a religious fundamentalist.

He is a great character and I am very excited. But that was something that I discussed with Cary. I said: 'We can not identify it with any act of terrorism that reflects an ideology or a religion. That's not something I'd like to consider, if that's the reason I'm your choice, then you can discard me, said Malek.

Fortunately for the actor, Fukunaga had something totally different in mind, allowing the star to take the role without qualms.

Clearly that was not his vision. So he's a very different terrorist, he said.

Malek also spoke about the responsibility he felt for playing a Bond villain.

It's another very smart script from people who have discovered exactly what people want in those movies. But I feel a substantial weight on my shoulders. I mean, Bond is something we all grow up with, the actor added.

According to the official summary of the plot of the film, the character of Malek is a mysterious villain armed with a new and dangerous technology.

Malek confirmed that he will play the villain of the film in April with a video shared in the official Twitter account of the franchise.

I promise everyone that I'll make sure Mr. Bond does not have an easy trip on this, his 25th exit, the actor said in the video.



He is ready to star in front Daniel Craig , who returns as the soft spy in what is rumored to be his last time on paper.

Filming began in March, but Craig underwent minor ankle surgery in May after injuring himself while filming for the film in Jamaica. He returned to the filming of the movie last weekend and was seen filming scenes in London.

The star cast of the new movie was revealed in April, when production officially began. The new additions include Ana De Armas, Lashana Lynch, David Dencik, Billy Magnussen and Dali Benssalah. Returning cast members include Lea Seydoux, Jeffrey Wright, Ben Whishaw, Rory Kinnear, Naomi Harris and Ralph Fiennes.

The film revolves around Bond, whose peace is fleeting when his old friend Felix Leiter [Wright] of the CIA appears asking for help. The mission of rescuing a kidnapped scientist turns out to be difficult, leading Bond to the trail of a mysterious villain armed with dangerous technology.

The next Bond movie, currently known as 'Bond 25' because it marks the franchise's 25th installment, is slated to hit the big screens on April 8, 2020.

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