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BLASTERMIND Bruce (Willis) Almighty

Since this weekend Looper is out in cinemas, we figured what better way than to use one of its stars as the theme for this weeks quiz (and let’s be fair to the rest of the cast – Bruce Willis has been in a whole lot of sci-fi films, enough for him to get his own quiz).

So, here are ten screenshots from various stages of his career. We’re looking for the film (or TV show) but award yourself extra bragging points if you can name the character as well.

As usual, this quiz is just fun and there aren’t any prizes except the distinct feeling of pride. Feel free to boast (or moan) about how many you did (or didn’t) get right in the comments section below, but pretty please don’t post any answers here. You can post answers in this thread , just make sure you use invisible text.

This week’s quiz complied by: Sarah Collins

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Lt Muldoon – Planet Terror

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Dr Malcome Crowe – The Sixth Sense

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Tom Greer – Surrogates

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David Dunn – Unbreakable

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James Cole – 12 Monkeys

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Ernest Menville – Death Becomes Her

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Korben Dallas – Fifth Element

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Hartigan – Sin City

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Peter Novins – Twilight Zone “Shatterday”

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Harry Stamper – Armageddon

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Dave Golder
Freelance Writer

Dave is a TV and film journalist who specializes in the science fiction and fantasy genres. He's written books about film posters and post-apocalypses, alongside writing for SFX Magazine for many years.