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41 Astonishing Movie Star Music Video Cameos
Bateman, Helms and Sudeikis joins the party. The rock party.

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Macaulay Culkin

Track: Sunday
Artist: Sonic Youth
Year: 1998

If Macaulay Culkin was worried Richie Rich and Home Alone would be all that anyone would remember him for… well, he’d probably be right, but there’s no doubt his indie cred was significantly boosted by his appearance in this here music video back in 1998. New York noise-rockers Sonic Youth only make fleeting appearances on camera, allowing the Uncle Buck star to smooch his then wife, Rachel Miner, take off a top hat in slow motion and blows kisses to no-one in particular. Of course, it’s not the first time Culkin has starred in a music video – just take a look at Michael Jackson’s Black Or White. Warning: it’s pretty insane.
 

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1 Harold Shand??
What about Bob Hoskins' in Jamie T's 'Sheila'? More

Posted by shitneck on Thursday August 22, 2013, 21:10

2 RE: 26 Great (And Not So Great) Music Video Cameos
How about Elijah Wood in the video to The Apples In Stereo's loorrsten Dunst in Savage Garden's video for I Loved YouLoads of weird cameos from film stars in music videos, I doubt we'll ever exhaust the list! More

Posted by rigsterblaster on Tuesday March 20, 2012, 21:55

3 RE: There are loads of cameos out there
oh right, end of discussion. More

Posted by terlot on Saturday March 17, 2012, 01:19

4 RE: How DARE you forget...............
L: Necroscope6408 How on earth could anyone forget the late, great Freddie Mercury swordfighting with Christopher Lambert in the video for Princes of the Universe by Queen or Rhys Ifans in the excellent video for Oasis' The Importance of Being Idle. Empire, I suggest you compile a top 100 list rather than a very poor 26. Whoever put this together really does not know their "stuff." a nanosoceond - literally BLINK and you would miss him.......pity though More

Posted by Sphinx on Saturday April 9, 2011, 17:22

5 RE: How DARE you forget...............
Nickelback's Rockstar got a bunch of cameos. More

Posted by Luggen on Saturday April 9, 2011, 12:44

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