He’ll play Howard Stark's butler in TV show
Set to line up alongside Morgan Freeman
Hoyte van Hoytema to look after cinematography
The Villain: Tetsuo, who possess psychic abilities and is capable of destroying Neo-Tokyo if he puts his mind to it.Why So Dangerous: Those psychic abilities put Tetsuo on a level with God - even the military doesn't stand a chance, swept aside by Tetsuo like bugs as he rampages toward the Olympic Stadium.Kill Count: 96
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Jan 15th 2014, 9:26
If we are going with real-life people as well (Iceman, Chuck Barris) then Hitler (Downfall) should have been in the top ten. Oh and 11 and 12 are the same person.
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Jan 15th 2014, 9:57
I would like to have seen Clyde Shelton from Law Abiding Citizen.. He wouldn't have been much higher than number 50 but he's got 10+ extremely dangerous kills under his belt.
Jan 15th 2014, 12:34
Begbie in Trainspotting. And Colqhoun in Ravenous. Basically, anything with Robert Carlyle in it. How could you miss out his brilliance?
Jan 15th 2014, 12:49
I don't agree with most of this list. How Mike Myers and Hannibal are so low is baffling. Their ratio of attempts at murder: murder surely makes them extremely dangerous. Bar, of corse, that sneaky lady they can never quite kill.
Jan 15th 2014, 13:39
"Cracking cheese Snake Eyes!". Oh. You meant Ray Park.
Jan 15th 2014, 15:20
Vader didn't blow up Alderaan, Grand Moff Tarkin did. Vader would probably be on this list for kill count but not as high
Jan 15th 2014, 20:31
It was Grand Moff Tarkin that single-handedly ordered the destruction of Alderaan, not Vader. Also, Palpatine should be on this list AT LEAST for Order 66. A lot of death in the Star Wars universe...
Jan 16th 2014, 16:39
here's the Interesting thing, we may now know the true origins of Unicron, he was created in the Marvel Universe (Earth 616) and called Godkiller by a now extinct race for there war with the Celestrials, you know those f*****g MASSIVE SPACE GODS, and is the reason there aren't more in the universe, he was sent to the Transformers universe (with Deaths Head, who is awesome yes?) via temporal shift after a plan to use it as earth ultimate Nuclear Deterrent failed
Jan 18th 2014, 14:40
The planet Melancholia in the movie with the same name? Earth and all its inhabitants completely destroyed. About 7B, I guess.
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