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Celebrities with Double Initials

Criteria: the person has to be a celebrity/prominent figure (ie literary characters of note or athletes) of any generation, living or dead, and must have double initials either in their stage name or their real name.

Emilio Estevez
Helen Hunt
Jesse James
Susan Sarandon
Mark McGrath
Mandy Moore
Gretta Garbo
Tina Turner
Marshal Mathers
Wil Wheton
Joshua Jackson
Jermaine Jackson
Janet Jackson
Ricky Romero
Gilbert Godfried
Hulk Hogan
Marcus Mumford
Rachel Ray
Michael Moore
Frances Fisher
Wendy Wilson
Adam Ant
Charlie Chaplin
Chris Cornell
Kiera Knightly
Amy Adams
Jenna Jameson
Tito Torres
Gina Gershon
Annie Archer
Lucy Lawless
Lyle Lovett
Tiny Tim
Tommy Tune
Marilyn Monroe
Barbara Bach
Steven Segal
Silvester Stallone
Walt Whitman
Vince Vaughn
Lindsay Lohan
Farrah Fawcett
Rob Reiner
Lucy Liu
Bobby Brown
Marilyn Manson
Mike Meyers
Donna Dixon
Priscilla Presley
Courtney Cox
Kim Kardashian etc
Barry Bostwick
Marla Maples
Doris Day
Chevy Chase
Roy Rogers
Adam Arkin
Mark Messier
Travis Tritt
Phil Phillips
Nick Nolte
Sophie Simmons
Charmain Carr
Danny DeVito
Dom DeLouise
Billy Baldwin
Janet Jones
Alan Alda
Brian Bosworth
Dorothy Dandridge
Michael Madsen
Matthew McConnaghay
Arthur Ashe

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Movies with Names in the Title

Criteria: The protagonist of the movie (or series, or remakes) must feature in the title. If you can think of anymore, just comment them!

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
42: the Jackie Robinson Story
Forrest Gump
Rosemary’s Baby
Austin Powers series
Carrie
Robin Hood
Bourne series
Hansel and Gretel, Witch Hunters
Jackie Brown
Shaun of the Dead
Cheech and Chong
Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back
Bill and Ted
Scrooge
Rudy
Mickey Blue Eyes
Free Willy
Bobby
JFK
Lincoln
Pocahontas
Peter Pan
Snow White
Mulan
Cinderella
Erin Brokovitch
Being John Malkovitch
Alfie
Arthur
Me, Myself and Irene
There’s Something about Mary
Meet the Fockers
Marley and Me
Mrs Doubtfire
Driving Miss Daisy
Along Came Polly
Zoolander
Rambo
Rocky
Starsky and Hutch
Shaft
Bridgitte Jones’ Diary
Mary Poppins
Blade
Thor
Jack
Patch Adams
Searching for Bobby Fisher
Nell
Remo Williams
The Lizzie McGuire Movie
Hannah Montana films
Good Will Hunting
Django
Saving Private Ryan
What’s Eating Gilbert Grape
Edward Scissorhands
Sweeney Todd, the Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
The World According to Garp
Hitchcock
Elizabeth
Annie
Annie Hall
Hannah and her Sisters
Anna and the King
Scott Pilgrim vs the World
Napoleon Dynamite
Sophie’s Choice
Yentl
War of the Roses
Brewster’s Millions
Happy Gilmore
Billy Madison
Tommy Boy
Uncle Buck
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
Frost/Nixon
Joe Dirt
Dickie Robert’s: Former Child Star
The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
Hitch
Paul Blart: Mall Cop
Mr and Mrs Smith
Lars and the Real Girl
Muriel’s Wedding
Benny and Joon
Julie and Julia
Alice in Wonderland
Matilda
Coach Carter
Milk
I Am Sam
Ocean’s 11
Romeo and Juliet
Shakespeare in Love
Patton
Parker
Leon
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Sherlock Holmes films
Indiana Jones films
Jane Eyre
Lara Croft films
Salt
Jerry McGuire
Malcolm X
Ali
Hannibal
Madeleine
Amelie
Dan in Real Life
The Truman Show
EdTV
Captain Ron
Mahogany
Precious
Amadeus
Medea movies
Dr Doolittle
Angie
Selina
Ace Venture: Pet Detective
Ford Farlane
Wayne’s World
Anastasia
Aladdin
Van Helsing
Dracula
Nicholas Nickleby
The Great Gatsby
Lil Nicky
Mister Magorioum’s Wonder Emporium
Hugo
Borat
Bruno
Don’t Mess with the Zohan
Ali G in da House
Roxanne
Cyranno De Bergerac
Harry Potter series
Eragon
Percy Jackson and the Olympians
The People Versus Larry Flynn
Magic Mike
My Cousin Vinny
Chaplin
The Addams Family
Frankenstein
Young Frankenstein
Michael
Ray
Jesus Christ Superstar
Hercules
Hercules and Xena
When Harry Met Sally
Barabus
Ben-Hurr
Cleopatra and Mark Antony
TinTin
Schindler’s List
Doctor Schivago
Jack Reacher
I Love You Phillip Morris

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Christmas Movies

The Criteria: Christmas has to be a focal point of the film; doesn’t need to be in the title, but needs to definitely be a big deal in the film. 
If you have any other suggestions or corrections, comment!

Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer
Frosty the Snowman
National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
Christmas With the Kranks
Nightmare Before Christmas
It’s A Wonderful Life
Polar Express
White Christmas
A Christmas Story
Home Alone
A Christmas Carol
Elf
Olive, the Other Reindeer
Bad Santa
The Santa Clause
Kris Kringle
Just Friends
Die Hard
Miracle on 34th Street
Scrooged
Scrooge
The Holiday
Merry Christmas Charlie Brown
How the Grinch Stole Christmas
The Grinch
Jack Frost
Home for the Holidays
The Family Man
Barbie in the Nutcracker
The Night before Christmas
Fred Clause
4 Christmases
A Muppet Christmas Carol

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