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Sean Bean's favourite death scene was shot in New Zealand, as Boromir in Lord of the Rings

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If there's one actor who knows how to do a good death scene, it's surely Sean Bean. On screen, the English star has been beheaded, pulled apart by horses, crushed by a flaming satellite dish, and skewered with an anchor. Bean has died in roles ranging ...

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Bean There, Done That: What Is Sean Bean's Favorite On-Screen Death?

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Speaking to Entertainment Weekly, the accomplished actor revealed that his favorite death was as Boromir in The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring. It is certainly one of the more epic of his deaths. Taking a valiant hail of arrows in the ...

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Lord of the Rings: Most Millennials Have Only Seen Peter Jackson Films

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The Lord of the Rings trilogy is amazingly successful. There were 30 Academy Award nominations between the three films, and 17 wins. Most of those wins were for the final film in the series — The Return of the King — which had 11 nominations and won ...


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This Stephen King Adaptation Is A Sci-Fi 'Lord Of The Rings' And Much More

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The three Lord of the Rings films, The Fellowship of the Ring, The Two Towers, and The Return of the King, were immensely popular in the early 2000s. They left their mark on pop culture, and fantasy epics attempting to capture the trilogy's tone are ...

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