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Why Andrew Scott Likely Won’t Play A Villain Again After Spectre

While many 007 fans would likely argue that Andrew Scott was perfectly adequate in his role as Max in “Spectre,” it’s easy to see why the actor may be frustrated with doing something that feels so derivative of his most famous role as the villainous foil to Sherlock Holmes.

Of course, Scott has also had the opportunity to flex some different acting muscles over the years since he landed the breakout role. Most notably, the actor played The Priest (commonly referred to as “Hot Priest”) on Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s acclaimed comedy series, “Fleabag,” and is the narrator for the British children’s series “School of Roars.”

Still, even if the actor isn’t necessarily interested in playing villains as often anymore, he has found himself once again cast as a bad guy as Scott plays the titular role of Tom Ripley in the upcoming miniseries adaptation of “Ripley.” Fans of “The Talented Mr. Ripley” will recall that Tom Ripley is a murderous social climber with a penchant for wrapping his troubles up in blood-soaked solutions, and there’s no indication that Scott’s version will be any less evil.

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