“I’ve pocketed some things from some of my favourites,” Malek explained. “But I tried to every day imbue this character with something I thought made sense for the character, but might also at the same time be shocking and unnerving.”
If tat wasn’t enough, the actor also shared details about Safin’s accent, having worked with dialogue coach William Conacher, who previously coached him on Bohemian Rhapsody, to create the perfect voice.
“I wanted to create something that we couldn’t quite peg from any particular part of the world,” he teased.
Malek’s revelation about his character’s voice only stokes the fire of speculation about Dr No.