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7th December 2011

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Glenn Close as The Vamp

Glenn Close as The Vamp

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7th December 2011

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As we head toward the end of the year, it’s clear that 2011 has yielded some damn great performances from both established stars (Gary Oldman, Glenn Close) and rising talents (Jessica Chastain, Mia Wasikowska). So naturally, the best way to celebrate their accomplishments is by inviting each of them to play characters wholly unlike the ones they’ve recently received acclaim for.
In a video gallery from The New York Times Magazine titled “Touch of Evil,” thirteen of this year’s most notable stars tackle thirteen villainous types, from “The Menacing Dummy” (Oldman) to “The Sociopath” (Rooney Mara channeling A Clockwork Orange‘s Alex DeLarge) and everything in between.
 Some of the stars played archetypal bad-guy figures, while others did a take on a specific character. It’s well worth heading over to the site to watch the actual shorts, which run about one minute each and are fantastically fun to watch — though I must take issue with the choice of casting the very handsome Ryan Gosling as an invisible man.

As we head toward the end of the year, it’s clear that 2011 has yielded some damn great performances from both established stars (Gary OldmanGlenn Close) and rising talents (Jessica ChastainMia Wasikowska). So naturally, the best way to celebrate their accomplishments is by inviting each of them to play characters wholly unlike the ones they’ve recently received acclaim for.

In a video gallery from The New York Times Magazine titled “Touch of Evil,” thirteen of this year’s most notable stars tackle thirteen villainous types, from “The Menacing Dummy” (Oldman) to “The Sociopath” (Rooney Mara channeling A Clockwork Orange‘s Alex DeLarge) and everything in between.

 Some of the stars played archetypal bad-guy figures, while others did a take on a specific character. It’s well worth heading over to the site to watch the actual shorts, which run about one minute each and are fantastically fun to watch — though I must take issue with the choice of casting the very handsome Ryan Gosling as an invisible man.

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