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Canada Who are the most dangerous actors behind the wheel on screen?

19:45  23 february  2021
19:45  23 february  2021 Source:   pressfrom.com

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With these actors, it is better to plan a significant car budget for the shootings. A study looked at those stars who sent the most cars to movie sets. With the multitude of action films, it took hours to classify these actors from worst to least bad driver. Unsurprisingly, "Fast and Furious" star Vin Diesel takes the lead, followed closely by Bruce Willis and "Terminator" Arnold Schwarzenegger.

The character of Dominic Toretto in the "Fast and Furious" saga destroyed almost twice as many cars as the character of Jason Bourne, played by Matt Damon. According to the study carried out by Scrap Car Comparison, Vin Diesel blew up no less than 30 cars in the fifth installment of the saga in 2011. In total, the American actor wiped out 61 cars, or one more than Bruce Willis. The mythical actor of "Crystal Trap" comes second among the most dangerous actors at the wheel on screen, ahead of Arnold Schwarzenegger who has accumulated 52 cars destroyed in his career.

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The study carried out took into account the cars destroyed by the actors while driving, but also having used firearms or other means to damage them: "Small damage such as broken mirrors or small dents. were not counted, ”says the study. Of 61 cars destroyed, Vin Diesel was behind the wheel of 57 of them, against 35 of the 60 exploded by Bruce Willis. The "Terminator" meanwhile drove 30 cars out of the 52 cars it demolished.

Jason Statham and Dwayne Johnson share 10th place. The one nicknamed "The Rock" was at the wheel of twelve cars, against 6 for his sidekick in "Fast and Furious: Hobbs and Shaw" on the 18 damaged cars.

If no actress has reached the top 10, the study still indicates that Angelina Jolie demolished a total of 10 cars on the screen.

Top 10 actors who destroyed the most cars on screen

1. Vin Diesel - 61 (number of cars destroyed)


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2. Bruce Willis - 60

3. Arnold Schwarzenegger - 52

4. Matt Damon - 35

5. Keanu Reeves -30

6. Tom Hardy - 29

7. Daniel Craig - 24

8. Nicolas Cage - 22

9. Tom Cruise - 19

10. Dwayne Johnson / Jason Statham - 18

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