JAMES Bond will take on a Russian villain in latest film. 007 will tackle a beast from the East in what is likely to be Daniel Craig’s last outing, in the as-of-yet unnamed flick. A casting call has gone out for a Russian male villain and his Russian female accomplice. The baddies must be “charismatic, powerful, innovative, cosmopolitan, bright, cold and vindictive” according to stage notes. It will be the first time the franchise has featured a Russian baddie since Robert Carlyle as Renard in 1999’s The World Is Not Enough. According to sources, Jared Leto is leading the pack to bag the evil role. And kick ass Resident Evil star Milla Jovovich is being lined up to play the shadowy female threat. Top five James Bond villains from RussiaRosa Klebb – From Russia With Love, 1963 Supersmart Rosa was a double-agent with poison switch blades hidden in her shoes. She is shot dead in the movie by her glamourous assitant, Tatiana, who was seduced to the West by Bond (Sean Connery). General Orlov – Octopussy, 1983 The insane Orlov wants to nuke the whole of Europe, funded his death campaign by selling stolen Faberge eggs – of course. Bond (Roger Moore) defuses the… Read full this story
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