Best Villain of a 2002 Film

Third Annual Cosmique Movie Awards

 

Awarded to the performer deemed by Cosmo voters to have achieved the best performance in a villainous role an eligible 2002 film. Cosmo voters must decide for themselves how to define this category. Are villains necessarily intrinsically evil? Can a character be an inadvertent villain, or do they have to act with deliberate malice? Can they be considered a villain if they are redeemed in the end? Can they be considered a villain if they perform some villainous acts, even if they also perform some good ones? And to what extent is the voter basing his or her decision based on the character as written, or as performed by the actor or actress (if that is, indeed, separatable)? Each voter will have to decide for himself or herself how to best interpret the category.

 

Winner:
Robin Williams in One Hour Photo

Robin Williams - One Hour Photo


 
 
Also Nominated:

  Christian Coulson Daniel Day-Lewis Christopher Lee
Christian Coulson - Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
Daniel Day-Lewis - Gangs of New York
Christopher Lee - The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers






Andy Sirkis as Gollum Robin Williams in Insomnia
Andy Sirkis - The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
Robin Williams - Insomnia

Also Considered: Sala Baker for The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers; Paul Blackthorne for Lagaan; Kenneth Branagh for Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets; Kenneth Branagh for Rabbit-Proof Fence; Daveigh Chase for The Ring; George Clooney for Ice Age; Chris Cooper for The Bourne Identity; Willem Dafoe for Spider-Man; Dragon for Reign of Fire; Tom Felton for Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets; Ralph Fiennes for Red Dragon; Richard Gere for Chicago; Anthony Hopkins for Red Dragon; Scott Innes for Scooby-Doo; Jason Isaacs for Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets; K-19 for K-19: The Widowmaker; Christopher Lee for Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones; Ian McDiarmid for Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones; Julianne Moore for The Hours; Mothman for The Mothman Prophesies; Chistopher Plummer for Nicholas Nickleby; Susan Sarandon for Igby Goes Down; Meryl Streep for Adaptation; James Van Der Beek for The Rules of Attraction; Max von Sydow for Minority Report; Celia Weston for Far From Heaven; Robin Williams for Death to Smoochy; and Renée Zellweger for Chicago




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