[quote]È stato etichettato come “Spoiler vivente” dopo aver interpretato “Boromir” (Il Signore degli Anelli), “Partridge” (Equilibrium) e “Ned Stark” (Game of Thrones), entrambi protagonisti morti all’inizio della narrazione. Se lo vedi recitare, non ti affezionare al suo personaggio!

Despite being professionally trained, Sean Bean adopts an instinctive style of acting that some say makes him especially well-suited to portraying his characters’ deaths.


[url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sean_Bean]Sean Bean[/url] è probabilmente il più grande attore specializzato nelle scene di… morte del proprio personaggio. Infatti a quanto pare in quasi tutti i film in cui ha partecipato il suo personaggio è destinato a fare una brutta fine, e spesso anche nelle prime scene. Non ci credete? Allora guardate il video nello spoiler (che non è approfondimento perché contiene spoiler, appunto):


[EDIT] Qui sotto invece la [url=http://www.compleatseanbean.com/deathbycow.html]lista completa[/url] di film interpretati da Bean in cui muore, ma anche quelli in cui no:

Airborne – bye bye Toombs
Caravaggio – Rannuccio gets his throat slashed
Clarissa – Lovelace is skewered by Sean Pertwee
Don’t Say a Word – Patrick Koster is buried alive
Equilibrium – Death by Poetry – Partridge is blasted away by Christian Bale while reading Yeats
Essex Boys – Jason Locke meets a nasty end in a Range Rover
Far North – Loki is frozen. Naked. In the snow. A chilling end if there ever was one.
The Field – the infamous Death by Cow – Tadgh falls over a cliff, pursued by a herd of stampeding cows
GoldenEye – Alec Trevelyan falls a long way down and is crushed by a satellite dish thing
Henry VIII – Robert Aske meets a gruesome end
The Island – Death by Clone. Merrick is shot in the throat by a nasty grabber thingy with a sharp
hook and a cable that gets wrapped around his neck, and while he’s struggling with Lincoln
Six-Echo, the catwalk they’re on collapses, and Merrick ends up dangling by the neck. Currently
the most creative dispatch of Sean’s career. Definitely well hung.
The Lord of the Rings (The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, The Return of the King) – Death
by Orc. Boromir. Arrows. Need I say more?
Lorna Doone – Carver Doone drowns
Outlaw – Dead Dead Dead. Was there ever any question? Dead.
Patriot Games – Sean Miller is beaten up, boathooked and finally blown up by Harrison Ford
Scarlett – Lord Fenton is dispatched
Tell Me That You Love Me – Gabriel Lewis is stabbed by Laura. Or he stabs himself. We’re not
quite sure about this one, actually.
The Elder Scrolls: Oblivion – Death by summoning a god’s avatar. Martin Septim (the son of the Emperor, aka The Lost Heir) meets his X-Box end when he attempts to save the world.
The Hitcher – Surely you jest. You need to ask? (There were two different versions filmed. He dies
in both of them.)
War Requiem – The German Soldier dies, but returns in the afterlife

He lives!
(Leo Tolstoy’s) Anna Karenina
A Woman’s Guide to Adultery
The Big Empty
The Bill
Black Beauty
Bravo Two Zero
Exploits at West Poley
Extremely Dangerous
The Fifteen Streets
Fool’s Gold
How to Get Ahead in Advertising
In the Border Country
Inspector Morse: Absolute Conviction
Lady Chatterley
The Loser
My Kingdom for a Horse
National Treasure (But only because of a rewrite. In an early version
of the the script Ian Howe got eaten by alligators in the subways of
New York. Really. Honest. I wouldn’t lie to you. I wouldn’t.)
North Country
Percy Jackson (Zeus is more or less an immortal so death seems a bit
redundant, really…)
The Practice
Samson & Delilah
Sharpe (14 films)
Sharpe’s Challenge
Silent Hill
Small Zones
Stormy Monday
Tom & Thomas
The Canterbury Tales – The Nun’s Priest’s Tale
The Dark
The True Bride
The Vicar of Dibley
When Saturday Comes
Winter Flight

Major Theatrical Performances:
Macbeth … Yes. He dies. And gets his head impaled on a spike.
Romeo & Juliet… What do you think?
Fair Maid of the West … Spencer doesn’t die![/more][/quote]