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Select the films/TV shows in which a character played by Sean Bean has died.
There are 10 correct entries. Get 3 incorrect and the game ends.
Henry VIII OppenheimerGoldenEye Terminator 2 Die Hard Caravaggio Equilibrium The FieldThe Empire Strikes Back Game of Thrones Don't Say a Word Patriot Games The Dark Knight Mission Impossible Top Gun Alien The Fellowship of the Ring Black Death
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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
Sean Bean has portrayed a variety of characters whose fates have met different ends in various films and television series. In "GoldenEye," he played Alec Trevelyan, a former MI6 agent turned villain. Alec meets his demise when he falls from a collapsing antenna in a climactic showdown with James Bond. In "The Fellowship of the Ring", Bean portrayed Boromir, a member of the Fellowship. Boromir valiantly defends his companions but is ultimately overwhelmed by Uruk-hai, succumbing to a barrage of arrows as he protects Merry and Pippin. In the epic series "Game of Thrones", Bean's character, Eddard Stark, is falsely accused of treason and is publicly executed by beheading.
In "Equilibrium," his character, Errol Partridge, is found guilty of "sense offending" by the protagonist, who is his partner. Partridge is holding up and reading a book of poetry through which Preston shoots him. In "Patriot Games", he played Sean Miller, a vengeful terrorist. Miller meets his end during a fierce battle with Jack Ryan, getting impaled on an anchor. In "The Field", his character, Tadgh McCabe, meets a tragic end in a violent confrontation over land rights as he is run off a cliff by a pack of stampeding cows.
In "Caravaggio", Bean portrayed Ranuccio, one of Caravaggio's lovers whose throat is slit by Caravaggio himself. In "Henry VIII", his character, Robert Aske, is executed for his involvement in a rebellion, being hung in chains. In "Black Death", Bean plays Ulric, who faces another public execution, this time by horses galloping in opposite directions. Lastly, in "Don't Say a Word", his character, Patrick Koster, is buried alive under a pile of dirt and debris by the protagonist.