Dave Bautista: I play a stereotypical baddie in Spectre
Hollywood star Dave Bautista has revealed his character in 'Spectre' is a "stereotypical bad guy"
Dave Bautista's character in 'Spectre' is a "stereotypical bad guy".
The 46-year-old actor, who's previously starred in 'Guardians of the Galaxy', has been cast in the Sam Mendes-directed movie and revealed he's set to play a typical Bond villain, when he appears in the role of Mr Hinx.
He told BANG Showbiz: "When I first met with Sam Mendes about playing Mr Hinx, I asked if Mr Hinx is a badass. He said, 'Oh, yeah!'
"He's a different type of character to who I've played before. He's very, very Bond-ish. He's very true to the legacy [of other Bond villains]."
Dave is similarly well known for his stellar career as a wrestler, but finds making movies - and playing the bad guy, in particular - to be more fun.
He admitted: "I was a professional wrestler for a long time and I've had a lot more fun being a bad guy. I think it's more interesting. I make an interesting bad guy. A stereotypical bad guy.
"It's something new and fresh and something completely different."
This comes shortly after Christoph Waltz denied he will play Blofeld in 'Spectre'.
The Oscar-winning actor has been cast as a baddie - with the name Franz Oberhauser - and dismissed speculation his character's alter ego is actually the iconic villain Blofeld, who's appeared in several earlier films.
Asked about the speculation, Christoph said: "That is absolutely untrue. That rumour started on the internet, and the internet is a pest. The name of my character is Franz Oberhauser."