Rhys Ifans to Co-Star in BOND 23

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A couple weeks ago, we reported that Bond 23 had found its Miss Moneypenny in Naomie Harris and that the 28 Days Later actress would be joining a cast that includes Daniel Craig, Judi Dench, Ralph Fiennes, and Javier Bardem.  Now another solid acting talent has signed on as The Telegraph [via Bleeding Cool] reports that Rhys Ifans will co-star.  There’s no word on who Ifans will play, but know that Bardem is playing the villain and that Fiennes is playing a “complex” character.   Director Sam Mendes hired playwright Patrick Marber (Closer) to handle the script.

Bond is another big get for Ifans who has gone from reliable character actor to nabbing major roles in the last year.  He’ll be starring in Roland Emmerich’s Shakespeare drama Anonymous, he’s co-starring in the comedy Five Year Engagement, and he’s playing baddie The Lizard in The Amazing Spider-Man.  The untitled 23rd James Bond film is due out November 9, 2012.




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  • Vince

    WHO?

    In any case an actor’s who better looking then the star.

  • AJD1984

    What you mean WHO?

    Anyway although he’s been doing serious roles lately he is also well known for his comedic roles too. How about Rhys as Q? I sure as hell hope so. Looks like a steller cast for the next BOND

  • Jon

    I never thought I would ever read “Roland Emmerich” and “Shakespeare drama” in the same sentence.

    Anyhow, Ifans will undoubtedly do great.

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  • Bruno

    It’ll be so fun if Ifan takes bac is role he did with Craig in “enduring love”!!

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  • Ryan

    The return of Q for sure.

  • Nik

    Looks great as usual! An already phenominal cast that just keeps building up!

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