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  • - Raise.

  • [dramatic sting]

  • - Raise, 12 million, heads up.

  • - Everybody knew how to play poker, actually,

  • around that table except for one, Daniel, he had no clue.

  • He sucked.

  • Hi, I'm Mads Mikkelsen

  • and these are some of my iconic characters,

  • some people tell me.

  • [upbeat music]

  • "Casino Royale."

  • [suspenseful music]

  • - Weeping blood comes merely from a derangement

  • of the tear duct, my dear general, nothing sinister.

  • - That was one of the things

  • that the director actually insisted on

  • because a real Bond villain has something,

  • got golden teeth or an extra nipple or something.

  • So, he went for the eye thing.

  • Daniel Craig and I and Martin Campbell,

  • we had a lot of ideas.

  • Daniel came straight from like indie films, smaller films

  • and I also had my background in the "Pusher" films.

  • We discussed, among other things, the big torture scene

  • and we went down the rabbit hole, me and Daniel,

  • we had so many ideas and it was getting crazier and crazier.

  • You could just see Martin going, "Guys, guys come back,

  • it's, it's a Bond film."

  • "Oh yeah, you're right, sorry!"

  • But he was quite open to look and experiment

  • with the parameters of what you can do in a Bond film.

  • - I suppose our friend, Mr. White, will have told you

  • that I have provided reliable banking services

  • for many of freedom fighters over the years.

  • - Do you believe in God, Mr. Le Chiffre?

  • - No, I believe in a reasonable rate of return.

  • - He's a normal person, he's not taking over the world,

  • he's not one of those guys.

  • He's in it for the money

  • and if Bond didn't bump into his way,

  • they would never have met, it's not that he's after anyone.

  • So obviously he's vulnerable,

  • there's people above him,

  • people who are used to violence

  • in a different way than he is

  • and he's a different kind of villain, that's for sure.

  • [suspenseful music]

  • - Oops.

  • - I played a lot of poker since I was a kid,

  • so the game was not new to me.

  • The hands we are playing are insane, you know,

  • so if you're a poker player, you'll go, "What?"

  • We just wanted to make the nature of the betting believable

  • but the hands obviously had to be easily recognizable

  • for an audience that doesn't play poker,

  • so they were quite crazy hands.

  • But, yeah, everybody knew how to play poker

  • actually around that table, except for one,

  • Daniel, he had no clue, he sucked.

  • And it was the worst thing ever that he, of all people,

  • had to beat me and win all my money,

  • it was like, "This is wrong."

  • Well, I got him back with the rope, so that's good.

  • [upbeat music]

  • "Dr. Strange."

  • - For well beyond time, because time is what enslaves us.

  • Time is an insult, death is an insult.

  • - That was like some glam rock from the seventies

  • just coming up there.

  • It looked good, took forever,

  • we were sitting three hours in that chair every morning.

  • We cut it down eventually but, in the beginning,

  • it was very elaborate,

  • I think we ended up maybe an hour and 45

  • but it was still a long time, right?

  • And it was annoying,

  • it was just annoying to be wearing that.

  • But luckily I wasn't the only one,

  • you can feel a little weird if you're the only one doing it,

  • I had a whole gang of zealots doing the same.

  • [dramatic music]

  • [people grunting]

  • [dramatic music]

  • When you're in an action film, you do wanna do stunts

  • and I'm not the worst in the world to do stunts,

  • I'm a former gymnast and a dancer, so I'm pretty good at it.

  • So I get a little disappointed,

  • like I did little in the Bond film

  • when I realized that the biggest stunt

  • I was doing in that film was to fold two aces,

  • it was like, "This is not right."

  • Do they know how good I am?

  • And this "Can I get a chopper scene?" You know?

  • So I got fulfilled with flying kung fu and wires and stuff,

  • it was really fun to be part of.

  • Bruce Lee, it was hard.

  • In my generation, it was very hard not to be

  • when you were like working class kid,

  • that was like, that was him, you know?

  • Him and Buster Keaton were unrelated though

  • but I can see now why I felt for both of 'em,

  • they have something in common,

  • they have a certain presence

  • and they have a minimalistic way of doing things

  • that Buster Keaton could do very little things

  • and all of a sudden the sky would just open, right?

  • And so I've always been fascinated by that,

  • without putting my finger on wire, wire was fascinating.

  • [upbeat music]

  • "Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny."

  • - [Dr. Voller] And with this, I will correct them all.

  • - You stole it!

  • - Then you stole it.

  • - Everybody wanted their hands

  • on the on the brilliant scientists

  • that was working for the Nazis

  • and everybody was agreeing

  • that they should just shut their eyes and not talk about it.

  • I'm a history buff, I know quite a bit about that part.

  • I also know that there was not only in the States

  • that these things happened,

  • it happened in obviously in the Soviet Union,

  • to a degree, in UK as well.

  • So we did look at a lot of photos of Wernher von Braun,

  • in particular and it was interesting to see, you know,

  • that there was a certain dandiness around him,

  • he had a curve in his hair, cool glasses

  • and he was just walking around, you know, people

  • and working with Americans as if there was no past.

  • And that's shocking but it was also interesting to see that

  • with what kind of an ease that they just transformed

  • from that period to the next.

  • - You!

  • - Have we met?

  • - My memory's a little fuzzy, are you still a Nazi?

  • - I think I remember the most, obviously,

  • working with these fantastic people

  • and working with Harrison, of course, is the top thing.

  • I mean, normally he would just see me wherever I was

  • randomly far away and he would scream "There goes a Nazi!"

  • "Right, okay, thanks Harrison!"

  • That would be like a entire new crew

  • who didn't know the story

  • and everybody thought I was a Nazi, great.

  • So, that was his way of warming up and I liked it.

  • He's a teenager in his energy and everything about him,

  • he's a legend on so many levels, right?

  • For his talent, for the stuff he's done.

  • But he's predominantly, in my world, a legend

  • because he doesn't behave like a legend,

  • he just brings everything down to earth

  • and makes everybody comfortable around him

  • so we can make and create a scene that works.

  • [upbeat music]

  • "Hannibal."

  • Before we begin, you must all be warned,

  • nothing here is vegetarian.

  • - Hannibal was a very different animal.

  • He can be impulsive,

  • but rarely, it's a choice if he does it.

  • He's in complete, complete control.

  • He sees the world differently than we do,

  • he's like a fallen angel, he just sees the opposite.

  • He sees love where we see something horrifying,

  • he sees beauty when we see something very, very ugly.

  • For him, life is most interesting and most fantastic

  • when it's on the threshold to death.

  • Right in that moment,

  • that's something beautiful happening in his world.

  • So, that's obviously a coy way of thinking