villain

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a mean, worthless character in a story or play

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Researchers found that people like the heroes they could rate the highest on the morality meter and hated the villains who scored the highest score on the basis of immorality.
Bohemian Rhapsody star Rami Malek has been revealed as the latest Bond villain for the 25th 007 film, which has begun shooting in Jamaica.
Going forward, fans will see a "new" MCU born out of the events of "Endgame," which means Marvel Studios is going to need some new villains and threats to face off with the Avengers.
Summary: The actor-director calls himself of a connoisseur of Bond villains
Gifted with meta-human powers in a world full of capes and villains, Tori Rivas kept away from the limelight, preferring to work as a thief in the shadows.
In the study, researchers compared "hero-villain skin dichotomy" between the all-time top 10 American film villains and top 10 film heroes.
The villains were blackballed by youth, APS Peshawar
'We're going to be the villains, for sure,' said the athletic swingman.
We started to develop new ideas that were different to anything else we'd done before, so we decided to form Winter Villains.
Each card played goes to the GM, and he flips the card over, revealing a host of game altering abilities that he can use to make the villains in the story foes worthy of powerful heroes!
Sandford made his mark as an actor of villains in the first villain tragedy on the Restoration stage in October 1662.
Yes, C5's TV's Nastiest Villains With Joan Collins is another of those cheap and cheerful countdown shows with some of the world's greatest small screen bad guys and girls.
"We have seen various kinds of villains in our films, which have caught the imagination of our audience.