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Javier Bardem Lines Up Two New Projects

Javier Bardem, last seen in Terrence Malick’s To The Wonder before giving James Bond a run for his money in Skyfall, is set to join two new projects.  First up he’ll join Margin Call director J.C. Chandor’s A Most Violent Year; an ‘80s set cooperate thriller which will see Bardem as a New York heating oil tycoon willing to go to extreme lengths to protect his business from lawyers, teamsters and bankers.  Following that Bardem will join Sean Penn on Pierre Morel’s The Gunman.  Based on Jean-Patrick Manchette’s novel The Prone Gunman, the story will see Penn as international operative Martin Terrier who is betrayed by the people he works for before going into hiding and plotting his revenge.  There’s no word on who Bardem will play but given his villainous duties in Skyfall it would be good to see him as a big bad that Penn is hunting down.   Before all that Bardem will next be seen in Ridley Scott’s The Counselor.  Source – The Wrap

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