10 Characters Who Had Great Reasons To Be Villains


As of me, I personally fantasize  villains. They are so cool, badass and they love like nothing else exists. I think villains are the one’s who make any movie or tv-series cool. Brutality sells. Cooler the villain, better the movies. Though superheroes are great, but villains are the most attractive ones. I loved Suicide Squad, only because the superheroes were villains and superheroes combo. Don’t you agree ? I totally loved the concept, so much that my writer’s profile picture is of Harley Quinn, Ohh! such a badass and cool af. Cutting the crap, there are few actors whole demand of playing villains and why the hell not? After all, not flinching an eye before fighting brutally, living a lavish and risky life, breaking the rules and proudly beaming out saying – ” Winners make the rule, not follow them”.

Well here is the list of characters who had good reasons to play badly as Villains. And bad is the new cool.


1- Loki Laufeyson.

I am Loki, of Asgard, and I am burdened with glorious purpose.” – Loki. Loki Laufeyson is an Asgardian prince, the God of Mischief and usurper of the Asgardian throne. A misshapenFrost Giant, he is the adopted brother and nemesis of Thor, the adopted son of Odin and Frigga, and the biological son of the Frost Giant Laufey and an enemy of The Avengers. He played bad because – Always Being The Not Good Enough Sibling Is Hard – pretty convincing, though.



2- Medusa.

Looking directly into Medusa’s eyes will turn anyone to stone and that’s exactly how she was able to make so many statues. The reason she plays bad is that- She was raped and was punished with snakes ad her hair. Being beautiful was not her fault.



3- Michael Douglas.

Well, he just wanted to see her daughter. This ain’t any crime to be asked for. This totally was not his fault.



4- Megatron.

Every species try to protect its own kind. We humans do too. Poor Megatron, He too was just trying to protect his species.



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