Vicky Christina Barcelona

Having just won an Academy Award for playing the psychotic lost Hanson brother and being named one of the 50 Most Vile Villains in Movie History, you could say that things couldn’t get any better for ole’ Javier Bardem. Good looking, Spanish, and a hell of an actor, this dude has it all. And you would think that there is nothing that could top what he has already accomplished.

Not so fast, friendo. How about a hot threesome with Penelope Cruz and Scarlett Johansson, on screen? That’s right, as you may have heard Mr. Bardem was the lucky onscreen recipient of some two on one action with two of Hollywood’s hottest gals in the upcoming Woody Allen film Vicky Christina Barcelona. In the film, Bardem plays a spanish painter who enters into a relationship with two American tourists, that is, until his saucy Spanish ex-girlfriend finds out and causes a little bit of “conflict”.

And from there, we absolutely don’t care what happens — the film has a threesome with Bardem, Penelope Cruz and Scarlett Johansson — tickets sold. Of course, it is a Woody Allen flick, so there is probably more to it than the sex. But then again, after seeing Match Point, I am pretty convinced that Allen has just become a dirty old man obsessed with putting Scarlett Johansson in the sexiest possible situations. And I seem to be okay with that.

Our friends at Collider have rounded up various images (some new, some not new) from the film, which hits theaters on September 5th. The photos can be seen by clicking below.

Penelope Cruz in Vicky Christina Barcelona

Javier Bardem and Rebecca Hall in Vicky Christina Barcelona

Javier Bardem and Scarlett Johansson in Vicky Christina Barcelona

Vicky Christina Barcelona

Vicky Christina Barcelona

Vicky Christina Barcelona

Vicky Christina Barcelona


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