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#1 Shannon

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Posted 21 February 2013 - 08:30 PM

I've been re-listening to old episodes lately and starting thinking about all the overlap in the movies the gang has covered. So I compiled a list...

7 Appearances
  • Silvester Stallone - Cobra, Judge Dredd, Stop Or My Mom Will Shoot, Demolition Man, Over The Top, Rhinestone, Tango and Cash

5 Appearances
  • Nicolas Cage - Season of the Witch, Drive Angry, Trespass, The Wicker Man, Con Air

4 Appearances
  • Danny Trejo - Badass, Anaconda, Reindeer Games, Con Air
  • Arnold Schwarzenegger - Jingle All The Way, Batman & Robin, Junior, Hercules in New York

3 Appearances
  • Jennifer Lopez - Gigli, The Back-Up Plan, Anaconda
  • Al Pacino - 88 Minutes, Gigli, The Devil's Advocate
  • Billy Burke - Drive Angry, Breaking Dawn: Part 1, Breaking Dawn: Part 2
  • Jackson Rathbone - Avatar: The Last Airbender, Breaking Dawn: Part 1, Breaking Dawn: Part 2
  • Taylor Lautner - Abduction, Breaking Dawn: Part 1, Breaking Dawn Part 2
  • Temuera Morrison - Barb Wire, Speed 2, Green Lantern
  • Leelee Sobieski - 88 Minutes, The Wicker Man, In The Name of the King
  • Sandra Bullock - All About Steve, Speed 2, Demolition Man
  • Jason Statham - Crank 2, In The Name of the King, Fast 6
  • Ben Affleck - Gigli, Reindeer Games, Daredevil
  • Alan Cumming - Burlesque, Smurfs, Spice World
  • Joe Pantoliano - Pluto Nash, Congo, Daredevil
  • Kelly Preston - Old Dogs, Battlefield Earth, Jack Frost
  • Will Smith - Wild Wild West, After Earth, Winter's Tale
  • John Travolta - Old Dogs, Battlefield Earth, Staying Alive

2 Appearances
  • Rita Wilson - Old Dogs, Jingle All The Way
  • Willem Dafoe - Speed 2, Spiderman 3
  • Thomas Hayden Church - All About Steve, Spiderman 3
  • Lindsay Lohan - I Know Who Killed Me, Liz & Dick
  • Charlize Theron - Reindeer Games, Devil's Advocate
  • Dash Mihok - Punisher: War Zone, Trespass
  • Cam Gigandet - Burlesque, Trespass
  • Neil McDonough - I Know Who Killed Me, 88 Minutes
  • Hank Azaria - The Smurfs, Godzilla
  • Bai Ling - Crank 2, Wild Wild West
  • Christa Campbell - Drive Angry, The Wicker Man
  • Ron Perlman - Season of the Witch, In The Name of the King
  • Benjamin Bratt - Catwoman, Demolition Man
  • Rob Schneider - Judge Dredd, Demolition Man
  • Jesse Ventura - Batman & Robin, Demolition Man
  • Jeffery Jones - Devil's Advocate, Howard the Duck
  • Ed Gale - Howard the Duck, Tiptoes
  • Grand L Bush - Demolition Man, Street Fighter
  • Miguel A Nunez Jr - Pluto Nash, Street Fighter
  • Doug Hutchinson - Batman & Robin, Punisher: War Zone
  • Bob Gunton - Demolition Man, Glimmer Man
  • Nikki Cox - Mac & Me, Glimmer Man
  • James Franco - Spiderman 3, The Wicker Man
  • Robin Williams - Old Dogs, Toys
  • Bruce Campbell - Spiderman 3, Congo
  • Tania Saulner - In The Name of the King, Wicker Man
  • Tom Atkins - Drive Angry, Halloween III
  • Jennifer Garner - The Odd Life of Timothy Green, Daredevil
  • Salma Hayek - Wild Wild West, Fair Game
  • Steven Berkhoff - The Tourist, Fair Game
  • Richard E. Grant - Spiceworld, Hudson Hawk
  • Dan Ackroyd - Nothing But Trouble, Crossroads
  • Matthew Broderick - Godzilla, Deck The Halls
  • Fred Armisen - Smurfs, Deck The Halls
  • Nicola Peltz - Avatar: The Last Airbender, Deck The Halls
  • Gillian Vigman - All About Steve, Deck The Halls
  • Jean Claude VanDamme - Street Fighter, Double Team
  • Colin Ferrel - Daredevil, Winter's Tale
  • Bob Hoskins - Super Mario Brothers, Spice World
  • Tommy 'Tiny' Lister - Barb Wire, No Holds Barred
  • Richard Edson - Super Mario Bros., Howard The Duck
  • Bruce Willis - Hudson Hawk, Color of Night
  • Hulk Hogan - No Holds Barred, Mr. Nanny
  • Dolly Parton - Joyful Noise, Rhinestone
  • Geri Halliwell - Crank 2, Spiceworld
  • Demi Moore - Nothing But Trouble, LOL
  • Roger Moore - Spice World, A View To A Kill
  • Christopher Walken - Gigli, A View To A Kill
  • Aida Turturro - Crocodile Dundee 3, Junior
  • Danny Devito - Deck The Halls, Junior
  • LL Cool J - Toys, Deep Blue Sea
  • Thomas Jane - LOL, Deep Blue Sea
  • Vanilla Ice - Cool As Ice, TMNT2
  • Kevin Nash - Punisher: War Zone, TMNT2
  • Mark Ginther - Con Air, TMNT2




Let me know if you think of any more to add, and I'll update it if any new ones appear.



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Posted 21 February 2013 - 08:47 PM

You for got Schwarzenegger! And holy shit, you know you've made it when the spellchecker ignores your name...

Anyway, right off the top of my head, you've got "Jingle All the Way" and "Batman and Robin". I don't remember if there were more, I'll have to look.
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Posted 21 February 2013 - 08:49 PM

Oh, and Stallone has at least 2 with "Cobra" and "Judge Dredd". Taylor Lautner has at least 3 with the pair of "Breaking Dawn" films and "Abduction".
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Posted 21 February 2013 - 08:58 PM

I'm not sure if the two "Twilight" movies should count as being separate movies. I mean, putting aside how they're one overstretched story, you sign on for one movie that's incredibly successful and you're almost certainly going to sign on for the sequels; it's not like they had two lapses of judgment in choosing their movies.

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Posted 21 February 2013 - 09:08 PM

added everything I missed so far!

And the reason I was counting the Twilights twice is because they were two separate episodes... but I could combine them if that would be a truer representation. Anyone else have an opinion on how to count those?
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Posted 21 February 2013 - 09:12 PM

View Postsillstaw, on 21 February 2013 - 08:58 PM, said:

I'm not sure if the two "Twilight" movies should count as being separate movies. I mean, putting aside how they're one overstretched story, you sign on for one movie that's incredibly successful and you're almost certainly going to sign on for the sequels; it's not like they had two lapses of judgment in choosing their movies.

They did review both of them though. I mean, I'd give Lautner the recognition before I did Billy Burke, as the movies Burke has appeared in here are movies that just happened to have Billy Burke IN them, and I don't think I could identify Burke in a police lineup if he slaughtered my family in front me while saying "I'm Billy Burke, and you might want to remember that in case you have to identify me in a police lineup". Lautner's movies were starring vehicles.
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Posted 21 February 2013 - 09:16 PM

Is there somewhere where there's just a straight list of movies that have appeared on the site, like an episode guide or something?
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Posted 21 February 2013 - 09:19 PM

someone made a nice imdb list that is a good reference...

http://www.imdb.com/list/46NeYag8T9s/
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Posted 21 February 2013 - 09:34 PM

Dash Mihok (2): Punisher War Zone, Trespass
Cam Gigandet (2 1/2): Trespass, Burlesque, the end credits of Breaking Dawn Part 2 (bit of a stretch)
Neil Mc-Fucking-Donough (2): I Know who Killed Me, 88 Minutes (tick tock)
Hank Azaria (2): Smurfs, Godzilla
BAI LING! (2): Crank 2, Wild Wild West
Temuera Morrison (3!): Barb Wire, Speed 2, Green Lantern

How has there NOT been more Ron Perlman?
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Posted 21 February 2013 - 09:46 PM

View PostPlanBFromOuterSpace, on 21 February 2013 - 09:34 PM, said:

Dash Mihok (2): Punisher War Zone, Trespass
Cam Gigandet (2 1/2): Trespass, Burlesque, the end credits of Breaking Dawn Part 2 (bit of a stretch)
Neil Mc-Fucking-Donough (2): I Know who Killed Me, 88 Minutes (tick tock)
Hank Azaria (2): Smurfs, Godzilla
BAI LING! (2): Crank 2, Wild Wild West
Temuera Morrison (3!): Barb Wire, Speed 2, Green Lantern

How has there NOT been more Ron Perlman?


All updated.

And I was also shocked that there wasn't a second appearance of Mr. Perlman
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Posted 21 February 2013 - 09:58 PM

View PostShannon, on 21 February 2013 - 09:46 PM, said:


All updated.

And I was also shocked that there wasn't a second appearance of Mr. Perlman

Yeah, he's one of those guys that seems like he'll show up in your movie if you just ask him nicely and make him a sandwich (see also: Jackson, Samuel L.), so I'm sure we'll see the HDTGM crew tackle something else of his sooner or later whether they mean to or not.
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Posted 22 February 2013 - 11:54 AM

Nah. Sam Jackson is not looking for a sandwich. He'll be in your movie if you let him say the f word a bunch of times.

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Posted 22 February 2013 - 04:19 PM

View Postpepperjack, on 22 February 2013 - 11:54 AM, said:

Nah. Sam Jackson is not looking for a sandwich. He'll be in your movie if you let him say the f word a bunch of times.


Preferably with "mother" in front of it as many times as possible.

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Posted 10 March 2013 - 04:21 PM

This isn't an actor appearing in more than one HDTGM movie, but both Devil's Advocate and Drive Angry feature a character called John Milton. Screenwriters, it seems, really enjoy demonstrating that they've heard of Paradise Lost.

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Posted 19 March 2013 - 08:31 AM

IN THE NAME OF THE KING has given us a few more All-Stars in Ron Perlman and Jason Statham, also Leelee gets to hop a category! You go Leelee!



I also want some opinions about whether or not "Bad Ass" should count as a third appearance for Danny Trejo. I don't really count it as an episode, since it was really just an interview... but what do you guys think?
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Posted 21 March 2013 - 06:26 PM

I think there needs to be some sort of membership card for inductees. They get a punch in it for every movie, and after 5 they get a free 6" sub from Quizno's or something. I think Nic Cage would really appreciate a free sandwich.
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Posted 22 March 2013 - 07:29 AM

View PostShannon, on 21 February 2013 - 09:19 PM, said:

someone made a nice imdb list that is a good reference...

http://www.imdb.com/list/46NeYag8T9s/


That's me. I love this podcast, so that's my way of trying to add something of value to it.

One thing I find interesting is how many times there are repeat actors, but not repeat directors. Joel Joel Schumacher is on there twice for Tresspass and Batman & Robin, and you could say that Bill Condon is on there 2x, but it's for two movies in the same series, but almost every other director is on there only once. There are plenty of directors who could be on there multiple times (M. Night Shyamalan and Roland Emmerech come to mind), and with time probably will.
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Posted 04 April 2013 - 01:28 PM

Seems like Danny Trejo should be in a couple of these... dunno if you want to count Badass (it is a mini episode, but I'd totally count it), but he was also in Reindeer Games.

Insane to think he hasn't popped up in these films more often, the guy turns down nothing.

Edit: Oh, he is on the list. And he was in Anaconda too, double damn.
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Posted 20 April 2013 - 01:48 AM

Oh, I like this! Also Dash Mihok is my favourite Star Wars expanded universe character.
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Posted 09 May 2013 - 12:40 PM

Last week bumps Stallone up a level.
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