Rami Malek’s stardom has been growing steadily over the past few years, especially after winning an Academy Award for enjoying Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody. No Time to Die is that the first project he took after grabbing that honour, and he’ll seemingly be the first antagonist. Malek recently described Safin during a chilling way, saying:
“When I feel about Safin I feel about someone who is meticulous but measured, and there’s something that that’s really unnerving and unsettling. He’s someone that sometimes I feel gives you the feeling that you’re being watched which again is sort of unsettling. He asks you to question what you think is true, what you think that is wrong and is your interpretation of these two things as accurate because it seems to be.”
Well, this is often intriguing. it’s like Safin features a true creepiness about him, one that’s bound to be an unnerving experience for both audiences and therefore the characters of No Time to Die. And considering what percentage iconic villains have populated the property over the decades, this seems like an excellent thanks to standing out among the remainder.
Cary Joji Fukunaga’s upcoming Bond movie was originally meant to hit theatres back in April before it had been eventually pushed back a full civil year. Malek’s role is one among the various enticing aspects of the blockbuster, although we’ll need to wait a couple of months before finally meeting his character Safin.