Casino Royale Enlists a "Vice" Villain

by | April 17, 2006 | Comments

IGN FilmForce notes a 007-related Variety report, and it’s news of the casting … variety: Up & coming actor Isaach de Bankole, seen recently in flicks like Stay and The Skeleton Key, has snagged a role in the next 007 adventure.

From IGNFF: "Variety reports that Ivory Coast-born actor Isaach de Bankole has joined the cast of Casino Royale as Obanno, one of the clients of the villainous Le Chiffre (Mads Mikkelsen).

De Bankole will next be seen as one of the villains in Michael Mann‘s big-screen version of Miami Vice.

The Bahamian stint of filming on Casino Royale is now over and production has moved back to Prague, with principal photography reportedly set to wrap there in late May."

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