Gary Oldman Has A Good Laugh Watching His Many Death Scenes On 'Conan'
Gary Oldman guested on Conan O'Brien's show Tuesday night to promote new film Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, and during his interview the host surprised him with a supercut of some of his many death scenes.
The montage starts off with 2006's "The Backwoods," followed by a scene that really got the actor laughing -- his outrageous quicksand death in 2003's "Sin" at the hands of Ving Rhames.
According to IMDb, Oldman says it's "the worst movie ever made" and he only took the role because he hadn't worked in a while and had gone through a divorce at the time.
Conan's co-host Andy Richter added at the end, "In your 'In Memoriam' at the Oscars -- you won't get to see it, but you got to see that!
The actor has also been killed in animated form, in 1998's "Quest for Camelot"; but Oldman's death scene in 1994's "Leon: The Professional" is arguably his best. Unfortunately neither makes an appearance in the montage, but you can check them out below the clip from Tuesday night's Conan:
Oldman may have died on screen a lot, enough to be in the top 10 actors with the most screen deaths list, but nothing tops the many fates of actor Sean Bean. If you're watching a film with Bean in it, chances are he'll be meeting an ugly demise. Check it out: