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Weekend Countdown: Best Cameos Ever

Weekend Countdown: Best Cameos Ever

The cameo-tastic This Is the End releases to DVD on Tuesday, which got us talking about our favorite cameos ever. Peruse, see if you agree, and let us know if we missed anyone.

20. Nicolas Cage: Werewolf Women of the SS (Grindhouse)

Thank you Quentin Tarantino for liking really bad exploitation movies when you were a kid. Thank you Rob Zombie for creating this outstanding fake trailer. Thank you Nic Cage for your ability to channel your own weirdness so beautifully.


19.Tim Robbins: Anchorman

No commercials – no mercy!


18. Paul Shaffer: This Is Spinal Tap

Artie Fufkin, Polymer Records


17. Steve Martin: The The Muppet Movie

Oh, waiter!


16. Johnny Depp: 21 Jump Street

Not just Johnny – that’s Peter DeLuise (Officer Doug Penhall), too. Surprised he had the time to devote to the project.


15. Bruce Willis & Julia Roberts: The Player

Robert Altman was a genius.


14. Patrick Ewing: Exorcist 3

And Fabio!


13. Gene Hackman: Young Frankenstein

I’ll make espresso!


12. David Bowie: Zoolander

Walk off!


11. Neil Patrick Harris: Harold & Kumar go to White Castle

Almost as brilliant as Dr. Horrible’s Singalong Blog.


10. Will Farrell: Wedding Crashers

Mom! The meatloaf!


9. James Brolin & Morgan Fairchild: Pee-wee’s Big Adventure

Paging Mr. Herman.


8. Bill Murray: Little Shop of Horrors

It’s your professionalism I admire.


7. Matt Damon: Eurotrip

Nice tats, Matt!


6. Tom Cruise: Tropic Thunder

It’s far too big a role to be considered a cameo, and yet, the list felt weirdly free of gold chains and knuckle hair without it.

5. Christopher Walken: True Romance

Back to back Walken!


4. Christopher Walken: Pulp Fiction

Up his ass…


3. Bruce Springsteen: High Fidelity

Taking advice from the boss man.


2. Bill Murray: Zombieland
I just saw Eddie Van Halen.


1. Alec Baldwin: Glengarry Glen Ross

Put that coffee down.

Written by maddwolf

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