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  • and it's sort of comical.

  • How do you think that you've made a choice that exempts you from the fashion industry, when in fact you're wearing a sweater that was selected for you by the people in this room from a pile of stuff?

  • Welcome to watch Mojo.

  • And today we're counting down our picks for the top 10 actors who could never be replaced in a movie role.

  • I drink your milkshake, I drink it up.

  • I'll be back on solo.

  • I'm captain in the Millennium Falcons for this list.

  • We're looking at beloved live action movie roles that could never be performed by another actor.

  • Who do you think is the most irreplaceable?

  • Let us know in the comments.

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  • Number 10 J.

  • K.

  • Simmons The Spider Man franchise put an ad on the front page cash money for a picture of Spider Man.

  • He doesn't want to be famous, and I'll make him infamous.

  • J.

  • K.

  • Simmons was born to play J.

  • Jonah Jameson.

  • It was just one of those casting decisions that seem to come from the movie gods.

  • In fact, the casting proved so perfect that Simmons briefly reprised his role as Jamison in Spiderman far from home, making him the first live action actor to cross superhero universes.

  • Perhaps it was a loving acknowledgement that he can never be replaced.

  • The gruff voice, the mannerisms, the dripping sarcasm all are played to absolute perfection by Simmons, and all helped audiences fall in love with the character despite the fact that he is less than kind to poor Peter Parker.

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  • Correct.

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  • I'll give you 200 bucks.

  • For all that seems a little low.

  • Number nine.

  • Kathy Bates in Misery.

  • Stephen King enjoyed a resurgence in cinema in the late 20 tens.

  • Yet despite being one of his most popular stories, misery was never remade.

  • My name is Annie Wilkes.

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  • I'm also a nurse.

  • There's probably a good reason for that, and that reason is Kathy Bates.

  • At the time the movie was released, Bates was an accomplished stage actress who had yet to make her breakthrough in film.

  • Misery changed that and made her a star misery.

  • Chest pain cannot be dead any in 18 71.

  • Women often died in childbirth.

  • But his spirit is the important thing, and misery spirit is still alive.

  • I don't want that.

  • I want I'd be out.

  • Annie Wilkes is one of the most infamous villains in movie history, and Bates gives one of her finest performances playing the unhinged psychopath.

  • In fact, it has proven bases only Academy Award winning performance, despite a total of four nominations.

  • It's impossible to read the book without envisioning Bates, and it will be impossible for anyone to replace her in future remakes.

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  • Number eight.

  • Arnold Schwarzenegger.

  • The Terminator franchise.

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  • Yeah, Arnie was famously not the first choice to play the cyborg assassin at the center of this film, with contemporaries like Mel Gibson, Sly Stallone and O.

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  • Simpson all considered before him.

  • What's more, Mr Schwarzenegger himself was not particularly enthused about the project.

  • So, uh, which will it be all and they close early today.

  • There's a 15 day wait on the handguns rifles you can take right now.

  • You can't do that wrong.

  • But after he managed to charm director James Cameron, Schwarzenegger became an integral cog in the Terminator franchise, and, conversely, the franchise became a key moment in Schwarzenegger's career.

  • I swear I will not kill anyone.

  • Why you program a cybernetic android to have an Austrian accent?

  • We're not quite sure, but now that the T 800 has won, we wouldn't have it any other way.

  • I'll be back.

  • Number seven.

  • Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint and Emma Watson.

  • The Harry Potter franchise.

  • Let's give a big hand to the casting team of this franchise because they absolutely nailed it.

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  • Every single character is impeccably cast from the iconic professors down to the insignificant students who make one time appearances.

  • But the biggest task of all was finding the actors to embody the three main characters.

  • The books were widely adored and enormously popular, and finding performers who could satisfy millions of imaginations must have proven an incredibly stressful task.

  • In fact, the original casting director, Susie Figgis, reportedly quit in frustration.

  • The results were well worth the trouble as Radcliffe, Grint and Watson made the perfect Harry, Ron and Hermione the monster killed somebody wrong.

  • Would any of us have done look how good our friend.

  • Why don't we just go and ask him about it?

  • That would be a cheerful visit.

  • Hello, Hagrid.

  • Tell us, Have you been setting anything mad and hair revolution the castle lately?

  • Whatever the future holds for Harry Potter, these three will remain irreplaceable.

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  • Brilliant.

  • Number six.

  • Robin Williams, Mrs Doubtfire.

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  • I must look like a yeti in this ghetto.

  • Robin Williams starred in some memorable films throughout his career, but no one else could his brilliantly do what he did in Mrs Doubtfire.

  • Williams plays Daniel Hillard, a divorced man who undergoes a massive physical transformation and pretends to be an elderly nanny so he can spend time with his Children.

  • I must tell you there would be a little light cooking required.

  • Oh, I don't mind that deer.

  • I'd love some heavy cooking, but I do have one rule.

  • They'll only eat good, nutritious food with me.

  • And if there's any dispute about that, it's either good, wholesome food or empty tummies.

  • Williams shines as both Daniel and Mrs Doubtfire, with most of the movies humor being derived from his antics as the sweet old woman.

  • The simple comedy was the second highest grossing movie of 1993 which is a testament to the incredible drawing power of Williams.

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  • The performance would also earn Williams his final Golden Globe, minus the Cecil B.

  • DeMille Award in 2000 and five.

  • It's a legendary performance from a legendary actor.

  • Oh, how lovely one big happy family.

  • I wouldn't miss that for the world Should be smashing Good fun Number five.

  • Jim Carrey The Mask.

  • Okay, yeah, it's party time.

  • P a R T.

  • Why?

  • Because I gotta speaking of legendary actors, only one person could play the manic mask, and that man is Jim Carey.

  • This rule was tailor made for carries, brand of outlandish and wacky humor, and it proved so successful that it largely shaped carries comedic career.

  • After the mask, he was often typecast as frantic characters who would make weird faces, do silly and exaggerated voices and bounce around the room with the energy of a 10 year old on a sugar rush.

  • High like a remote.

  • Jamie Kennedy tried his hand at the mask in 2000 and five Son of the Mask.

  • And if nothing else, he proved how easy Kerry makes it look.

  • There is, and forever will be only one mask.

  • That's S I C.

  • Meet the ball number four.

  • Robert Downey Jr.

  • The Marvel cinematic universe Robert Downey Junior's take on Tony Stark proved so charismatic and so funny that he essentially kick started the EU by himself.

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  • Take us to the hospital, please.

  • Happy?

  • No, Tony, you have to get answers.

  • I don't have to do anything.

  • I've been in captivity for three months.

  • There are two things I want to do.

  • I want an American cheeseburger and the other That's enough of that.

  • Well, the incredible talents of director Jon Favreau and the filmmaking teams certainly helped.

  • 2000 and eight.

  • Iron Man was so good and so unlike any other superhero film of the time that Phase one of the M.

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  • Was announced after its staggering $98 million opening weekend, a large part of the movie's success comes down to Downey's performance.

  • Is Tony Stark.

  • Let's face it, this is not the worst thing you've got me doing.

  • He was incredibly entertaining and personable as stark but also very sweet, very flawed and even a little vulnerable.

  • This isn't going to change what happened.

  • I don't care.

  • He killed my mom.

  • He commanded the for the next decade.

  • Plus.

  • And while Marvel may try in the future, they will never replace Downey as Iron Man.

  • He is Iron Man.

  • I yeah, Iron Man Number three.

  • Anthony Hopkins.

  • The Silence of the Lambs.

  • Closer, please.

  • Closer Jodie Foster made for a spectacular Clarice Starling, and there may never be a better one, but we know there will never be a better Hannibal Lecter than Anthony Hopkins.

  • Brian Cox played Lector in Michael Mann's Manhunter, and Mads Mickelson did an exceptional job in Hannibal.

  • When the Fox hears the rabbit scream, he comes running, but not to help.

  • When you hear Jack screen, why will you come running?

  • But neither compares to Hopkins.

  • Lecter was named the greatest movie villain of all time by the American Film Institute, and his legendary status is undoubtedly due to Hopkins exceptional performance.

  • A census taker once tried to test me.

  • I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice Chianti.

  • The manner in which he speaks is simply magnetic, and his eyes always seem to be watching, analyzing and critiquing.

  • He commands attention with even the simplest dialogue, and he makes a grotesque character irresistible.

  • It's one of the all time greatest movie performances given by one of the all time greatest actors.

  • Amputate a man's leg and he can still feel it tippling.

  • Tell me, Mom, when your little girl is on the slab, where will it tickle you Take this thing back to Baltimore.

  • Number two.

  • Harrison Ford, the Star Wars franchise and the Indiana Jones franchise.

  • It's rare for an actor to play.

  • One legendary character Harrison Ford has played to Ford broke onto the scene in 1977 by playing Han Solo in the first Star Wars film on solo.

  • I'm captain of the Millennium Falcons.

  • Four years later, he created another icon by playing Indiana Jones in Raiders of the Lost Ark Snakes.

  • Why did it have to be snake?

  • Both characters are quite similar, and both play into Ford strengths as an actor, snarky, cool and more than a little bad ass, Ford established himself as one of the funniest, one of the most charismatic and one of the toughest actors of his time, and he later reprised both rules in the Force Awakens and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

  • Both characters are irreplaceable cinematic legends chilling.

  • We're home before we unveil our number one pick.

  • Here are some honorable mentions.

  • Ian McKellen, The Lord of the Rings franchise.

  • McKellen's performance is Gandalf was magical.

  • A wizard is never late from dragons, nor is he early.

  • He arrives precisely when he means to Sigourney Weaver, the alien franchise, one of the most badass female protagonists to ever grace the screen.

  • This is Ripley last survivor of the Nostromo signing off Will Ferrell.

  • Elf.

  • No one will ever match Farrell's childish enthusiasm.

  • I'm in a store and I'm singing Hey, there's no singing in the Norfolk.

  • Yes, there is Christopher Lloyd, the back to the future franchise.

  • Great Scott, What a performance!

  • It means that this damn thing doesn't work at all.

  • You got to help me.

  • You were the only one who knows how your time machine works.

  • Time machine invented any time machine.

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  • Number one.

  • Marlon Brando, The Godfather You don't offer friendship.

  • You don't even think to call me godfather.

  • Instead, you come into my house and the day my daughter is to be married and you asked me to the murder money.

  • It's unlikely that The Godfather films will ever be remade, considering their monumental stature.

  • But if they are, then the next Vito Corleone certainly has his work cut out for him.

  • Considered one of the greatest actors of all time, Marlon Brando stole the show as Don Corleone, complete with his now signature whispery voice, vetoes, intonation, mannerisms and dialogue.

  • All became iconic pieces of movie history, and he remains one of the most parodied and recognizable movie characters.

  • When did I ever refuse Except one time?

  • Come on.

  • Yeah, because I believe this drug he's going to destroy us than he used to come.

  • Brando won his second and final Academy Award for playing Vito Corleone, and while Robert De Niro did an exceptional job as a younger veto in The Godfather part two.

  • The elderly iteration will forever belong to Brando someday.

  • And that day may never come out.

  • Call upon you to do a service for But until that day, accept this justice as a gift on my daughter's wedding day.

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