If there's one thing you can (almost) guarantee when watching a film or TV show starring Sean Bean, it's that the Brit actor will bite the dust in spectacular fashion.
Whether it's being caught in a bovine stampede (The Field), blown apart by Harrison Ford (Patriot Games) or getting shot in the head by Christian Bale (Equilibrium), Hollywood knows how to give Bean a big send-off.
James Bond movie GoldenEye even sees Bean's Alec Trevelyn die twice (sort of) - first appearing to go out in a factory explosion before later plummeting hundreds of feet to his doom from a satellite control tower.
Digital Spy recently caught up with the Cleanskin star to ask if he's aware of the 'Sean Bean Death Reel', which currently has more than 750,000 views on YouTube.
Bean names his Lord of the Rings exit as Boromir as his favourite, while his role as Spence in Ronin - though it didn't result in him biting the dust - is a character he wanted to spend more time with.
"It was a really good character, and he just went after about a third of the film," Bean said.
"When it came out everyone was saying, 'You should have been in it longer'. The director, John Frankenheimer, said, 'I wish we had kept you in longer. Wouldn't it be great, Sean, if you were in longer?' Yeah, it f**king would!"