Andy Scott didn’t think he was any good in Spectre
Andrew Scott, who played Max Denbigh aka C in 2015’s Spectre, admits he doesn’t think he was a good fit for the role.
As the search for the next Bond villain continues (oh, and the next 007 too, but that’s an afterthought…), we can’t help but look back at some of the best and worst worse that the 25-film franchise has to offer. . But if you’re Andrew Scott – who played Specter agent Max Denbigh aka C – in 2015 Ghost – you’d rather forget about the whole thing.
Speaking to British GQ, Andrew Scott noted how disappointed he was with his performance Ghost and even entering the universe of James Bond. “If I’m honest, it’s not an area I feel I’d want to go to again. Now that I know who I am a little more, I feel that the work I’m interested in doing is more in the gray areas…I guess I just didn’t think about it…. .. maybe I wasn’t that good. there.”
Many would certainly agree with Andrew Scott on his conversion Ghost, which is not exactly the favorite of Daniel Craig’s contributions despite the fame of Sam Mendes behind the lens and then the recent two-time Oscar winner Christoph Waltz as Blofeld. When it comes down to it, we’re probably giving the most Bond praise to Dave Bautista’s Mr. Hinx.
However, Andrew Scott seemed fine at the time Ghost. After all, he had earned the most recognition in his career by playing the lead Sherlock nemesis Moriarty, taking home a BAFTA for his stunning turn. Fortunately for Scott, he would get past his Bond bus Fleabagwhich has given him a new following and earned him Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild acclaim.
Andy Scott appeared there recently All of us Strangers – which is one of the best-reviewed films of the year – and will play Tom Ripley in an upcoming TV series focusing on the character, previously played by Matt Damon, John Malkovich , Alain Delon, and more.
I wonder how Andrew Scott did as a Bond villain in Ghost? How about comparisons with others in the Daniel Craig era? Give us your thoughts in the comments section below!