Top 10 Best Pop Star Appearances In SF & Fantasy 3

Best SF performance: Nomak in Blade 2
Pop fame: Lead singer of ’80s boy band Bros
SF fame: One minute you’re a cute, vapid, singing, teen-girl magnet, and the next you’re a sleazy vampire with a mouth like the Mersey tunnel. That’s some career change. Few would have expected the slightly fey lead singer of Bros of carving out an acting career as a movie baddie, but Guillermo del Toro, director of Blade 2, clearly saw the potential. As mutant vampire Nomak, Goss is chillingly good, and deliciously bad. He teamed up with del Toro again to play Prince Nuada, the baddie in Hellboy 2: The Golden Army, but while giving a competent performance in an underwritten part, he never matches his Blade 2 gory glory.

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