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007 himself, Daniel Craig, Javier Bardem, Berenice Marlohe, Naomie Harris and Dame Judi Dench recorded these interviews ahead of “Skyfall’s” release.
Javier Bardem graces the cover of GQ’s October issue.
In a new interview with The Independent, Javier Bardem maintains that there are no benefits to being a celebrity. Chief among his complaints is the fact that actors must talk about their personal lives to the media, a fact that he says “brings some other pressure and expectation that maybe a movie doesn’t deserve. It can help in some ways, but not in others. There is nothing perfect.”
The Oscar®-winning actor also discussed his belief that acting is one of the toughest jobs to have. “I do a job and am lucky enough to do a job that I love, but it is a hard one,” he said. “I’m not saying it is as hard as working in a coal mine, but it is still difficult in a different way. Sometimes you have to go through very strong emotional journeys and then come back to yourself and that can be difficult to control.”
Do you agree with Javier Bardem’s perspectives on celebrity status and the difficulty inherent in acting?
Javier Bardem might share initials in common with super-spy James Bond, but the debonair Oscar-winner will be carrying the burden of another key ingredient in the Broccoli-owned franchise, when #23 begins shooting – Bond Villain!
Entering the villain hall of fame as Anton Chigurh in “No Country for Old Men,” the charismatic Spaniard then reverted to his love-interest label for “Vicky Cristina Barcelona” and “Eat Pray Love,” and fans will be excited to see him cross to the dark side again to take on Daniel Craig for the installment being directed by Sam Mendes (“American Beauty” “Road to Perdition” “Revolutionary Road) and being lensed by “No Country’s” cinematographer, Roger Deakins.
Judi Dench is slated to return as “M,” Naomie Harris is cast as Moneypenny and Ralph Fiennes has also been brought on board.