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Jean Dujardin is moving on from The Artist to villain roles, according to a hilarious new video from Funny or Die, which includes auditions for pretty much every movie sequel possible. (PHOTO: Screen Capture / Funny Or Die).

Jean Dujardin is after every modern day movie hero -- from James Bond to Ethan Hunt, Jason Bourne to Lisbeth Salander.

In a hilarious new video from Funny or Die, the Artist actor follows the advice of two industry experts who tell him, You know what a lot of European actors once they get their big American break? They play a villain in a big action movie.

The 39-year-old actor goes on to audition for these villain roles, and with each audition, the role gets a little more ridiculous.

Prepare to die, Jack and Jill. I've never killed a brother and sister together, Dujardin says, as the villain in the fictional Jack and Jill 2, based off the Adam Sandler comedy flop, Jack and Jill.

Nice try, bridesmaids. But none of you gets the bouquet! he says as the villain in Bridesmaids 2.

He also delivers hilarious auditions for We Bought a Zoo Too, Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer 2, Rebirth of the Planet of the Apes, Thor 2, The Muppets 2 and Tyler Perry's Madea's French Vacation.

Since the release of The Artist, in which the French actor plays a silent movie film star out of work during the rise of the talkies, Dujardin has been receiving a lot of attention from award shows, critics, fans and directors. He also recently signed with William Morris Endeavor (WME), the largest talent agency in the world.

So far, Dujardin has won the Cannes Film Festival Best Actor Award, the Golden Globe Award for Best Actor, the Screen Actors Guild for Best Actor and the London Film Critics Best Actor award.

On Feb. 26, Dujardin, along with fellow nominees Damian Bichir, George Clooney, Gary Oldman and Brad Pitt, will find out who wins the Best Actor prize at the 84th annual Academy Awards.

The Artist is also one of nine films nominated for Best Picture.

Scroll down to watch Jean Dujardin's Villain Auditions, courtesy of Funny or Die.