Top 10 Most Badass Action Movie Heroes Who Were Also in Broadway Musicals



Top 10 Most Badass Action Movie Heroes Who Were Also in Broadway Musicals


 

When we consider tough ass gangsta activity saints, we consider Sylvester Stallone, Bruce Willis, Jason Stratham, Arnold Schwarzenegger, and other macho men who can bring out 20 terrorists with a screwdriver and a slingshot. When we consider gangsta activity saints we consider fellows who can get shot in three separate times and make wry comments as they join up their own particular wounds with security fencing. When we consider non-douchebag activity saints we consider gentlemen that end up resting with the malevolence temptress, as well as the similarly hot champion. Also, when we consider ridiculous sonofabitch movement legends we consider singing and moving over the stage. No hold up, that is not right. To summarize Tom Hanks in A League of Their Own, "there's no singing and moving in movement films". Possibly not, however you may be shocked what number of the greatest activity saints have additionally sang and moved their route over the phases of Broadway musicals.

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10.  Kevin Kline

Kline jumped into the seat of the non-douchebag movement motion picture legend in the part of bank criminal turned hesitant saint Paden in the western Silverado. He additionally had the open door that each tough ass gangsta activity legend longs for, a gunfight. Be that as it may quite a gunfight, a real remained in the road, gaze down the scalawag...

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9.  Christian Slater

Slater began his non-douchebag movement motion picture star status in Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves playing wisecracking, however disturbed, Will Scarlet. Yet he truly contributed more than his fair share as a movement saint in Broken Arrow. Slater substantiated himself a genuine non-douchebag activity film saint by swinging Tarzan style into a fre...

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8.  John Travolta

John Travolta has played the non-douchebag lowlife in movement films presumably more frequently than he has played the great gentleman (i.e. Broken Arrow, Pulp Fiction, Swordfish, and so on.) and in one motion picture, Face/Off, he really played both the non-douchebag great gentleman and the ridiculous sonofabitch awful fellow. Anyhow he has his ri...

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7.  Daniel Radcliffe

Some may bandy at calling Harry Potter a non-douchebag movement legend, however battling and crushing Lord Voldemort courageous is sufficient to qualify anybody as a non-douchebag. Also, in doing so he additionally vindicated his guardians' demise which is an alternate consistent idea for ridiculous sonofabitch movement saints. On top of all that, ...

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6.  Patrick Swayze

As a ridiculous sonofabitch activity motion picture legend, Swayze is most likely best referred to for his part as the bouncer Dalton in Road House. At the same time he likewise tackled a large portion of the Russian armed force as Jed in the first Red Dawn and played Nomad in the post-prophetically catastrophic motion picture Steel Dawn. Also the ...

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5.  Yul Brynner

While Yul Brynner is most likely best known for his Broadway musical part first and his film parts second, he effortlessly meets the capabilities for this schedule. As the quintessential firearm slinger in the quintessential western – The Magnificent Seven (and its continuation, The Return of the Seven) he was the expert of the steely-looked at g...

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4.  Alan Cumming

Alan Cumming may not be the first name you consider regarding non-douchebag activity saints, yet his scene in X2 when he takes out just about the whole Secret Service without anyone else's input is all that could possibly be needed for him to make the schedule. He likewise played the constantly returning awful gentleman, Fegan Floop in the three Sp...

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3.  Mandy Patinkin

"Hi, my name is Inigo Montoya. You executed my father. Plan to pass on". This may have been Mandy Patinkin's just true ridiculous sonofabitch movement film legend part, yet what a part! As the grieved swordsman looking to vindicate his father's passing at the hands of the six-fingered man, Patinkin positively made a standout amongst the m...

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2.  Antonio Banderas

The arrangement of the non-douchebag movement film legends played by Antonio Banderas is so long it would be impossible show here. From the confounding El Mariachi in Desperado and Once Upon a Time in Mexico, to Zorro (and his cat partner – Puss In Boots) to Ahmed Ibn Fahdlan in The thirteenth Warrior, Banderas has done everything. His characters...

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1.  Hugh Jackman

Let's be honest, no one is a greater tough ass gangsta movement film legend than Wolverine. With his adamantium hooks, his brisk temper and his cool cowhide coat, he is a definitive legend/wannabe. He's badass to the point that when he gets shot, wounded, collapsed or spindled, he simply mends himself up and continues cutting the terrible fellows. ...

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