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Danish actor to take third turn as Bond villain

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Danish actor to take third turn as Bond villain
Jesper Christensen will once again play Mr White. Photo: Nils Meilvang/Scanpix
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Jesper Christensen will reprise his role as Mr. White in the new James Bond movie Spectre, hitting screens in November 2015.
Austrian-German actor Christoph Waltz may have landed the key role of playing James Bond's evil opponent Ernst Blofeld in the 24th James Bond movie, but he won’t be the only bad guy that Agent 007 has to deal with. 
 
Jesper Christensen told Euroman that he will take a third turn as Mr. White in ‘Spectre’, the same role he played in the Bond films ‘Casino Royale’ and ‘Quantum of Solace’.
 
"I am looking forward to working with [director] Sam Mendes and Daniel Craig. It is a truly exciting script and a very capable team. So it'll be fun,” Christensen told Euroman
 
Christensen’s Mr White will once again face off against Daniel Craig in the lead role as British super-spy Bond. 
 
Christensen was not a part of the big Bond cast revelation in London on Thursday, where in addition to Waltz’s introduction as Ernst Blofeld, Italy’s Monica Bellucci and France’s Léa Seydoux were announced as new ‘Bond girls’.
 
Filming on ‘Spectre’ will start on Monday December 8th.
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