Top Ten Male Actors Who Went Blonde For A Role - PART II

On 20 June 2014

Top Ten Male Actors Who Went Blonde For A Role - PART II

Continuing with our top ten make actors who went blonde for a role, we have:

6. Benedict Cumberbatch went blonde and Australian to play Julian Assange, WikiLeaks founder, in ‘The Fifth Estate’ (2013). However, we should mention that the “StarTrek Into Darkness” villain actually wore a wig and did not died his hair. Good call, considering black should definitely be his chosen hair color at all times, no matter the role.

7. Collin Farrell in his blonde version played the Greek emperor Alexander the Great in the 2004 epic historical drama film “Alexander” directed by Oliver Stone. Considering the supporting casts includes Angelina Jolie (playing the emperor's mother Queen Olympias), Jared Leto (Hephaistion), Val Kilmer (King Philip II) and Anthony Hopkins (old Ptolemy) you would expect at least a decent movie. However, it received generally negative reviews and grossed more than 4 times less than it cost to produce it ($34 million to $155 million is something). Could it be because of the blonde hair?

8. Javier Bardem went blonde to play the villain the the last James Bond movie, “Skyfall”. He portrayed Raoul Silva and did a great job as he received both a BAFTA and a SAG nomination for Best Supporting Actor. I must say, out of all the actors who decided going blonde is the right way, Javier Bardem really pulled it off (his acting skills when it comes to playing a villain might have also helped). Even more, in 2007, he won the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as psychopathic assassin Anton Chigurh in No Country for Old Men. Well, blonde or not, Javier Bardem really knows how to be the villain in a movie.

9. James Franco didn't go blonde for a role, but after “Oz The Great And Powerful”, around the time he was doing press for the movie. I just can't help but wonder if he would have been a competition for the very blonde Michelle Williams (Glinda The Good Witch). Well... maybe they'll do a sequel with blonde James Franco.

10. Ryan Reynolds really surprised us with his exaggerated bleached hair in “Paper Man”. Not to mention the blue spandex suit which really complemented that awful hair color. The 2009 comedy-drama film written and directed by Kieran and Michele Mulroney also starred Emma Stone, Jeff Daniels and Lisa Kudrow received many negative reviews from critics and a score of 29% based on 28 reviews from Rotten Tomatoes. What did you expect with that hair?

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