Rami Malek He first admitted that he was not funny.
“I’ve played a lot of dramatic roles in my life – recently, The new Bond villain – But I’m not usually joking, ”the 2019 Oscar-winning“ Bohemian Rhapsody ”lovingly hosts its opening ceremony on Saturday “Saturday Night Live.”
“I tend to do these serious characters,” Malek told the audience, “which makes a lot of sense because people call me the ‘resting villain face’.”
Malek, 40, who starred in the American film “Mr. Robot”, gradually learned to embrace his difference.
“I’ve always been more impressed with villains,” Malek said in his opening monologue. Growing up looking at Disney’s “The Lion King”, he said, “I found Simba really annoying. Do you want to be king? You ‘re 3 years old.”
According to the couple’s 30-year-old Foster thriller “The Silence of the Lamps” this year, “I’ve always been like, ‘That poor Hannibal. That girl Clarice keeps coming up to him and asking all these questions.'”
Malek appeared from everything Stink blowing bug To A Prince Wannape To Pete Davidson During the show, Netflix now pays homage to the hottest series, “Squid Game.” He was joined by 007 co-star Daniel Craig, who entered the Saturday episode and surprised viewers.
Malek is currently starring in the latest James Bond thriller “No time to die” Madeleine (Lee Seidux), a bioterrorist and 007’s romantic lover who wants to control the world.
“I was reminded that James Bond can be powerful and a hero to everyone,” Malek told the United States today. “But there is no greater enemy, greater power, or wiser man than Safin. That is his view of him.”
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