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If Hollywood Men Were Actually Pokémon

You'd definitely wanna catch 'em all.

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Ryan Gosling

Special Attack: CharmOverview: Ryan Gosling can't be looked at for an extended period of time. His extreme attractiveness will cause opponents' attack level to quickly drop.
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Special Attack: Charm

Overview: Ryan Gosling can't be looked at for an extended period of time. His extreme attractiveness will cause opponents' attack level to quickly drop.

Benedict Cumberbatch

Special Attack: DetectOverview: Benedict Cumberbatch can stop his opponents from harming him, before they even get a chance. It's kind of like he's always one step ahead of the bad guy.
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Special Attack: Detect

Overview: Benedict Cumberbatch can stop his opponents from harming him, before they even get a chance. It's kind of like he's always one step ahead of the bad guy.

Will Smith

Special Attack: RefreshOverview: Will Smith can heal himself if he's injured in battle, so he can feel fresh as a prince again.
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Special Attack: Refresh

Overview: Will Smith can heal himself if he's injured in battle, so he can feel fresh as a prince again.

Samuel L. Jackson

Special Attack: Fury SwipesOverview: Samuel L. Jackson doesn't mess about with fury swipes, and would gladly nick you as soon as look at you. However, if his opponent is Ekans or Arbok, he will quickly leave the battle.
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Special Attack: Fury Swipes

Overview: Samuel L. Jackson doesn't mess about with fury swipes, and would gladly nick you as soon as look at you. However, if his opponent is Ekans or Arbok, he will quickly leave the battle.

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Danny Trejo

Special Attack: SlashOverview: Danny Trejo's famous attack move is simple, yet extremely effective. His weapon of choice is definitely a machete, which tends to increase the critical hit ratio.
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Special Attack: Slash

Overview: Danny Trejo's famous attack move is simple, yet extremely effective. His weapon of choice is definitely a machete, which tends to increase the critical hit ratio.

Justin Timberlake

Special Attack: SingOverview: Justin Timberlake serenades his opponents into a peaceful sleep, and his voice is so soothing, they won't even mind.
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Special Attack: Sing

Overview: Justin Timberlake serenades his opponents into a peaceful sleep, and his voice is so soothing, they won't even mind.

John Cho

Special Attack: SmokescreenOverview: John Cho works extremely well in a doubles tournament with the recently-discovered Pokémon, Kumar. When these two team up, they're unstoppable.
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Special Attack: Smokescreen

Overview: John Cho works extremely well in a doubles tournament with the recently-discovered Pokémon, Kumar. When these two team up, they're unstoppable.

Dwayne Johnson

Special Attack: Rock ThrowOverview: Dwayne Johnson's accuracy is pretty high, so opponents better duck and cover, because he's just too fast and furious to handle.
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Special Attack: Rock Throw

Overview: Dwayne Johnson's accuracy is pretty high, so opponents better duck and cover, because he's just too fast and furious to handle.

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Andrew Garfield

Special Attack: Spider WebOverview: Andrew Garfield flings his *metaphorical* web to keep opponents on the battlefield. Once he reels his opponents in, they'll need at least eight legs to run away fast enough.
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Special Attack: Spider Web

Overview: Andrew Garfield flings his *metaphorical* web to keep opponents on the battlefield. Once he reels his opponents in, they'll need at least eight legs to run away fast enough.

Ice Cube

Special Attack: GlareOverview: Ice Cube doesn't even have to lift a finger to demolish his opponent. One look at him, and opponents instantly become paralyzed with fear.
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Special Attack: Glare

Overview: Ice Cube doesn't even have to lift a finger to demolish his opponent. One look at him, and opponents instantly become paralyzed with fear.

Jackie Chan

Special Attack: High Jump KickOverview: Jackie Chan is extremely skilled with martial arts moves, and tends to rush into using his moves.
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Special Attack: High Jump Kick

Overview: Jackie Chan is extremely skilled with martial arts moves, and tends to rush into using his moves.

Liam Neeson

Special Attack: PursuitOverview: Liam Neeson's power only increases with every attack. Opponents might as well avoid hiding, because he will find them, and his will destroy them.
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Special Attack: Pursuit

Overview: Liam Neeson's power only increases with every attack. Opponents might as well avoid hiding, because he will find them, and his will destroy them.

Morgan Freeman

Special Attack: Disarming VoiceOverview: Morgan Freeman uses his powerful voice to inflict damage onto opponents. However, he tends to let this attack go to his head, contributing to his God complex.
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Special Attack: Disarming Voice

Overview: Morgan Freeman uses his powerful voice to inflict damage onto opponents. However, he tends to let this attack go to his head, contributing to his God complex.

Al Pacino

Special Attack: Powder SnowOverview: Al Pacino likes to drench his opponents in flaky white stuff before destroying them. Be careful, because he'll definitely leave a scar on your face.
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Special Attack: Powder Snow

Overview: Al Pacino likes to drench his opponents in flaky white stuff before destroying them. Be careful, because he'll definitely leave a scar on your face.