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Lea Seydoux Returning for 'Bond 25,' Rami Malek Eyed for Villain Role

Lea Seydoux Returning for 'Bond 25,' Rami Malek Eyed for Villain Role

Lea Seydoux is set to return to the role of psychologist Madeleine Swann for the upcoming Bond 25 movie!

While producers have reportedly been eyeing Rami Malek for the film’s villain role, he is unlikely to join the project due to his Mr. Robot shooting schedule, according to Variety.

Daniel Craig will be playing James Bond in the movie and Cary Joji Fukunaja is writing and directing.

The studio is searching for two more actresses to take on leading roles in the movie. One of them will play an MI6 agent.

Bond 25 has a release date set for February 14, 2020.

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  • yeaaaayado

    anybody gonna bother asking rami malek why he signed up for a film with bryan singer already attached to direct, and didnt complain until AFTER Singer stopped coming to set?

    his likability protects him from people fielding this question. he’s just like any other jerk in hollywood that saw an oscar nomination and didnt care if he was signing up to work with a predator with 30 years worth of allegations.

  • yeaaaayado

    anybody gonna bother asking rami malek why he signed up for a film with bryan singer already attached to direct, and didnt complain until AFTER Singer stopped coming to set?

    his likability protects him from people fielding this question. he’s just like any other jerk in hollywood that saw an oscar nomination and didnt care if he was signing up to work with a predator with 30 years worth of allegations.