Movie Mathematics 2

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Can you name the answers to the following Movie Mathematics problems?

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1. Number of Miles to Graceland for Kurt Russell divided by number of Days Josh Hartnett had to be abstinent.
2. Number of the 9/11 United flight immortalised on film in 2005 minus Wesley Snipes' Passenger number.
3. Number of Colours in a famous French movie trilogy multiplied by the number of Hours Eddie Murphy was released from prison.
4. Number of people in George Clooney's original heist gang plus the number of EON James Bond films released.
5. Number of Samurai in Akira Kurosawa's epic multiplied by the Studio number of the club run by Mike Myers.
6. The year in which John Cusack attempts to survive a worldwide catastrophe minus the title of the movie about Christopher Columbus' discovery of the New World.
7. Anne Hathaway's agent number in Get Smart + Dwayne Johnson's agent number in Get Smart.
8. Number worn by Matt Damon in the final game in Invictus plus the number of Conversations About One Thing Matthew McConaughey had.
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9. Number of days Sandra Bullock spent in rehab minus the number of apostles Chris Rock claimed there were in Dogma.
10. Number of Blocks Bruce Willis had to escort Mos Def multiplied by the name of the Quiz Show depicted in the 1994 movie.
11. MPH required for Christopher Lloyd's time machine to work divided by the number of Weddings attended by Hugh Grant.
12. Robert Patrick's liquid metal killing machine minus the temperature depicted in a movie adapted from a Ray Bradbury novel.
13. Shakespeare play on which Amanda Bynes' movie She's The Man is based plus the number of Crazy Nights Adam Sandler endured.
14. The number of Oscars won by Lord of the Rings: Return of the King multiplied by the number of times Meryl Streep has been nominated for an Oscar (as of the 2009 ceremony)
15. Number of Ghosts faced by Tony Shalhoub and Matthew Lillard minus the number of Towers in the second Lord of the Rings movie.
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