Rest Assured, Javier Bardem Has Silly Hair In Full 'Skyfall' Trailer

Ha, ha. It looks like Muppet hair. Much like all recent spy movies, the trailer for Sam Mende's Skyfall opens with MI6 losing sensitive information about their embedded agents, and the consequent fallout those agents experience when telemarketers begin to call their cells during dinner. Then James Bond pretends to be dead. That's one way to shake those telemarketers. Most thrilling about this trailer, besides the action and the women is Javier Bardem's hair. The man is a treasure when it comes to absense of silly wig vanity. He's right up their with Samuel L. Jackson and those Kitty Wigs cats.

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He doesn't seem to enjoy his job as much as he used to. Daniel Craig's tenure as James Bond has already proven to be the antithesis of the Timothy Dalton years, but if the first teaser for Skyfall is to be trusted, it raises the stakes of "darkest Bond ever" even further. We don't glean much in the way of plot points from the video, but we get plenty of haunting drums, a la Christopher Nolan. And, yes, at the :56 mark, we see a man falling through the sky. A "Skyfall," if you will. Going on this, I would say the film looks promising, though would it kill Daniel Craig to smile a little?


The 'Hitman: Agent 47' Trailer is Here Because We Learned Nothing From the Original 'Hitman'

Someone put a bullet in this franchise already. "He’s stronger, faster, more intelligent than other people." So sayeth Spock (Zachary Quinto) about midway through the first trailer for Hitman: Agent 47, a.k.a the reboot of the movie no one wanted to see when it starred someone we actually knew back in 2007. Clearly, Quinto was not referring to anyone involved in this ill-conceived remake while delivering that horrible line of dialogue, as the trailer for Agent 47 manages to cram more cliches into two and a half minutes than its box office bomb of a predecessor was able to do in an hour and a half. A slow motion, CGI gunfight set to one of today's most popular songs? Check. A woman swimming topless in a pool? Check. Oh, and did I mention that Zachary Quinto delivers the line "He’s stronger, faster, more intelligent than other people" with 100% seriousness? Because yeah, that too. Check out the trailer for Hitman: Agent 47 above. It looks like a pile of sh*t, but plenty of things 'splode in it.


Stephen Hawking Wants To Be A Bond Villain, And We Want Him To As Well

He couldn't be worse than Sean Bean! While Stephen Hawking seems to have missed the boat on Bond 24, but there's always the next one. Or the next one. And so on. The disabled physicist has a parade of cameos and voice-over work to his name, but would like something a little more prominent in the future. He wants to be a Bond villain. Speaking to Wired, Hawking said, ""My ideal role would be a baddie in a James Bond film. I think the wheelchair and the computer voice would fit the part." I think so, too. And it would still be far less distracting than Javier Bardem's blonde hair. But would he be better than Christoph Waltz, who's supposedly playing the next villain? We'll have to cast them both and find out.


'Annabelle' Trailer: 'The Conjuring' Doll Probably Has An Awesome Agent

Someone earned their 15%. The inanimate doll that terrified audiences of The Conjuring with her scary ability to look creepy right after a loud noise happened is back with her own film. This teaser trailer for Annabelle gives a glimpse of the doll's demonic origin and should supply Marlon Wayans with enough material for at least another Haunted House movie. It also serves as a reminder to always wash blood off your dolls or at least give them a quick once-over with a Clorox Wipe.


Watch The Evolution of Nicolas Cage's Hair, If You Want

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