Best Male Villain of a 2003 Film

Nominees for the Fourth Annual Cosmique Movie Awards

 

Awarded to the actor deemed by Cosmo voters to have achieved the best performance in a villainous role an eligible 2003 film. Cosmo voters must decide whether villains can perform some good acts amidst their villainous ones - and perhaps even be completely redeemed at the end, like Darth Vader in Return of the Jedi - and still be considered a villain.

Winner

Andy Sirkis - The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

Additional Nominees

Brian Cox - X2: X-Men United
Justin Guarini - From Justin to Kelly
           
Ian McKellen - X2: X-Men United
Geoffrey Rush - Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl

 

Also Considered: Ben Affleck for Gigli; Brad Dourif for The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King; Michael Clark Duncan for Daredevil; Colin Farrell for Daredevil; Gene Hackman for Runaway Jury; Masato Harada for The Last Samurai; Jason Isaacs for Peter Pan; Bill Nighy for Underworld; Ed Norton for The Italian Job; Sam Rockwell for Matchstick Men; Justin Theroux for Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle; and John Voigt for Holes



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