Tilda Swinton brings something sinister to her roles by 'reading the script and turning up'
Tilda Swinton is a lovely lass, but folks sometimes associate her with the malicious parts she's played. No wonder. They're hard to forget.
There's her wicked white supremacist definition of the White Witch in the film version of C.S. Lewis's classic The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.
For an earthbound take on Swinton's latest version of vile, there is her portrayal of a conniving corporate counsel in Tony Gilroy's morality tale, Michael Clayton, which stars George Clooney as the title character.
Check out the photo on this page for a glimpse of Swinton in her next role.