Gerard Butler (1969 - )

Gerard Butler in "300"

Film Deaths[edit | edit source]

  • Please! (1999) [Peter]: Accidentally shot in the chest by his daughter (Lauren Cooke Gannon) after she finds the gun in the glove compartment.
  • Dracula 2000 (2000) [Judas Iscariot a.k.a. Dracula]: Burned to death by sunlight while hanging from a cross after being tangled in the electrical cables on the roof of the church.
  • Attila: Episode 2 (2001) [Attila the Hun]: Poisoned on his wedding night.
  • Timeline (2003) [Andre Marek]: Dies (off-screen) of old age/natural causes after staying behind in the 14th century; his grave is shown afterwards.
  • 300 (2006) [King Leonidas]: Shot to death with a barrage of arrows in a battle with the Persian army. The scene goes to black as the arrows descend; his body is shown lying on the battlefield afterwards (his death is briefly shown in 300: Rise of an Empire, while his body is later seen as Rodrigo Santoro uses a battle axe to decapitate his body to claim his head as a trophy).
  • P.S. I Love You (2007) [Gerry]: Dies (off-screen) of a brain tumor.
  • Law Abiding Citizen (2009) [Clyde Shelton]: Killed in an explosion after Jamie Foxx plants Gerard's own bomb under the bed in Gerard's cell (with Jamie handcuffing the briefcase, so Gerard can't defuse it).
  • Watchmen: Tales from the Black Freighter (2009; animated) [The Mariner]: Possibly killed (off-screen) by the Black Freighter crew; the film ends with the crewmen surrounding Gerard as the Freighter captain pulls out his sword, so his fate is implied but not confirmed.
  • How To Train Your Dragon 2 (2014; animated) [Stoick the Vast]: Shot with a plasma blast by Toothless the Dragon (under the mind control of Drago Bludvist, voiced by Djimon Hounsou) as he pushes his son Hiccup (voiced by Jay Baruchel) out of the way of the blast; his body is seen again as it is cast out to sea for a Viking funeral (with Hiccup, Valka, Astrid, and the others then set it on fire with burning arrows).
  • Gods Of Egypt (2016) [Set]: Stabbed to death with a golden spear by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, causing his body to explode. (Mythologically inaccurate: he was cut to pieces and thrown into the Nile River by Horus but was later revived and served Ra on his ship across the sky.)
  • Keepers (2018) [James Ducat]: Drowned by Peter Mullan when he forces his head underwater.

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