Intimidating movie characters
Fascinating fact: Kirk Douglas played Mc Murphy on stage but was considered too old for the part by the time his son Michael, as producer, put the film together. Tolkien Performer: Orlando Bloom Defining moment: With the rest of the Fellowship bogged down in a snowdrift, Legolas walks across, not leaving a mark.Buy remake (1998)Creator: Robert Bloch Performer: Anthony Perkins, Henry Thomas, Vince Vaughn Defining moment: With a superimposed skull, he says, “I wouldn’t hurt a fly.”Fascinating fact: Hitchcock always addressed Anthony Perkins on set as ‘Master Bates’. Stream (2000)Creator: David Franzoni, John Logan, William Nicholson Performer: Russell Crowe Defining moment: Rousing the troops with his immortal line, “What we do in life, echoes in eternity! Fascinating fact: Among his myriad talents, Legolas can talk to stones.Fascinating fact: Edna appeared alongside Pierce Brosnan to present the Academy Award for Best Costume Design in February 2005.
They look just like everyone else.”Fascinating fact: The character takes her name from a line in a Mother Goose nursery rhyme: "Wednesday's child is full of woe." Stream films (1963-2009)Creator: Blake Edwards, Maurice Richlin Performer: Peter Sellers, Alan Arkin, Steve Martin Defining moment: “I suspect everyone and I suspect no-one!
Although it is seen as a negative quality in many interpersonal interactions, it can be helpful in sports, business, and other competitive environments.
Learning to be intimidating can also help you avoid being intimidated by others.
While some have reinforced their names with their play on the field, others have simply flopped and are remembered for nothing but their unique name.
Here are the 20 most intimidating names in NFL history.