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Johnny Depp, Penelope Cruz, Kenneth Branagh, Daisy Ridley, Michelle Pfeiffer, Willem Dafoe, Judi Dench, Josh Gad, Derek Jacobi, Leslie Odom Jr., Tom Bateman, Olivia Colman, Lucy Boynton, and more were all on hand for the event.
The 'Skyfall' star has played a string of dark characters during his award-winning career, but tries to shy away from violence after being involved in a fight during his youth.Cruz’s fiery nature and explosive passion made him question getting involved with the actress. The couple tied the knot two years after “Vicky Cristina Barcelona”, welcoming son Leo in 2011 and daughter Luna in 2013.The pair met and fell in love on the set of 2008’s Woody Allen film, “Vicky Cristina Barcelona”. RELATED: Orlando Bloom Is Back In Action In New ‘Pirates Of The Caribbean 5’ Trailer Bardem, who plays an undead sea captain in the upcoming “Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales”, says he has an aversion to on-screen violence, despite often playing the bad guy. I can’t bear it,” the star says, whose nose was broken in the bar fight.The actress, who won an Oscar for her role as the emotionally unstable Maria Elena in the film, shares many of the same characteristics of her wild and unpredictable character, according to Bardem. Passion for everything.” Her passion is what attracted Bardem to Cruz, 43, who finds her fiery nature beautiful and sexy. The actor, who played the menacing James Bond villain in “Skyfall”, explains that a terrible fight in his youth left him unable to watch violence on-screen. The actor even jokes about taking on his Oscar-winning role as the psychopathic villain Anton Chigurh in the Coen brothers’ violent Western, “No Country For Old Men”.RELATED: From Heavy Metal To Man Crushes, Javier Bardem Opens Up To Esquire “Oh, boy. There are those scenes where we are arguing, she’s throwing plates and so on,” he tells the magazine, saying he questioned whether she was right for him. “So if I hate violence so much why did I do ‘No Country For Old Men’, right? “But you should have seen me off camera, playing Anton on that movie …Escobar was once Colombia's most-wanted fugitive and his Medellin Cartel shipped cocaine to the United States and Europe. Joining Bardem and Cruz on the red carpet was the film's director Fernando Leon de Aranoa.
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The Oscar-winning actor told the magazine, “Oh, boy. There are those scenes where we are arguing, she’s throwing plates, and so on.
They have been married for seven years and share two children, but their love got off to such an explosive start it almost didn't happen.
He explained: "From that moment on, I couldn't stand violence. I can't bear it." Javier admitted his attitude was especially problematic during filming for the Coen brothers-directed crime movie 'No Country for Old Men'.
The Spaniard said: "So if I hate violence so much why did I do 'No Country For Old Men', right? "But you should have seen me off camera, playing Anton on that movie ...
Javier also told the magazine that he cannot watch on-screen violence - even though he often plays the bad guy.