I was bumded by Micheal Clark Duncan's death because he was a badass, but I will never cry because of a celebrity death because IMO it's very weird
actually cry.... no... and i doubt I ever will. however I was emotional, mentally and physically moved, when Williiam S Burroughs died. and when Hunter S Thompson died....I was touched when Douglas Adams died, and Stanley Kubrick, I will probably feel it when Michael Moorcock died, and when Nelson Mendela dies I will probably be moved. (all these people in my opinion contributed A LOT to the world)
ohh i guess part of the reason why there are no actors on my list, is I don't care/ they usually die after they are only putting out bad movies, or hit moivies with bad acting on their part... so...maybe the exceptions for me would be Ian Mckellen, Ian Holmes, Jack Nicholson, Christopher Lee, but its hard to say until it happens...
Wow i gotta say i have to change my comment from this thread. I thought i wouldn't feel sad if a famous person passed away but this passed Saturday i was so bummed out with death of Paul Walker. It took me a few minutes because i couldn't believe it but when the 8:00pm news started and saw the lead story was his death it hit me. I didn't cry but i was so sad for the rest of the night and the rest of the weekend.
I've never cried over a celebrity death. Why would I unless I knew them personally? If I admire their work, I'll care enough to post a message on Facebook about it, and if it's a celebrity I like, I'll maybe think about it for a while, but nah, I don't think any celebrity death would move me to tears.
Will Ferrell (seriously if he dies before me there goes all of my happiness)
Judd Apatow (not crying but I'll be pretty bummed out)
Morgan Freeman (even if he perishes, he will always live on in my heart, narrating the events of my life)
I feel really saddened and down for the rest of the time, but I don't think I would cry... But when I learned Paul Walker died, even though I wasn't a fan of his work, I was dangerously close to crying due to the sad and terrible (and ironic) way he died.
When Stan Lee dies, I may shed a single tear.
Stan Lee is never going to die, he need to do another 8990 cameos.
When Heath Ledger died i was angry, the guy made 2 amazingly strong performances in Candy and Brockeback Mountain, he had everything in his future.
Micheal Jackson made me cry, i never belive he was going to die like that, it was a lesser ending for such an amazing human being.
Ehh, honestly the only thing that makes me cry is seeing someone I care about cry. With all the deaths of people I've been close to, I never seem to cry. I just feel content that they are at peace.
But if I had to choose an actor of the top of my head I'd be the saddest over, it'd be Jensen Ackles. Ik he's young, but from what you've seen with Paul Walker recently, and many others over the years..accidents happen. I've watched him grow from a raw, yet potentialed young actor. To a ranged, underated, hilarious, should be A-list talent.
Also a more obvious choice, for so many more obvious reasons, Sir Ian Mckellan.
It really depends. I mean I cried for days when Heath Ledger died cause I looked up to him soooo much professionally. I couldn't even watch some of my favourite movies he was in for a few years.
Otherwise, no. I mean I feel bad and think it's sad but I won't cry if it doesn't touch me personally.