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What does MCD stand for?

MCD stands for Michael Clarke Duncan (actor)

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no role is better suited as a memorial for big Michael Clarke Duncan (above, with hanks), who sadly died earlier this month.
Arcade aficionados, as well as their long-suffering friends, spouses and roommates, will recognize the three-dimensional equivalents of Street FighterAAEs dramatis personae: Kristin Kreuk as jump-kicking crime fighter Chun-Li, Neal McDonough as crime lord Bison, and Michael Clarke Duncan as his towering henchman Balrog (whose name is right out of AoThe Lord of the RingsAo).
Boasting a strong supporting cast, the film also features voice performances from Val Kilmer (Batman Forever), Chris Kattan ("Saturday Night Live"), Kelly Ripa ("Live with Regis and Kelly"), Michael Clarke Duncan (The Green Mile), Eric Idle (Monty Python and the Holy Grail), Malcolm McDowell (A Clockwork Orange), Burt Reynolds (Smokey and the Bandit), Lou Gossett Jr.
Chris Klein (American Pie), Michael Clarke Duncan (The Green Mile) and Kristin Kreuk (TV series Smallville) will star in a new film adaptation of Street Fighter , the popular video game.
Thornton slips gamely into over-the-top mode as the slimy tutor who ends up stealing Roger's girl and pushing him into a war of one-upmanship The sight of bulky Michael Clarke Duncan in a blond wig comes close to stealing the film, while Ben Stiller crops up in an unnecessary cameo as an unsatisfied ex-student of the selfhelp class.
Hardly anyone else in the large supporting cast even registers, and that's a double shame when you have good people like the bright, subversive Sarah Silverman (wasted here, like she was in ``School of Rock,'' as a sarcastic roommate,) and anything-for-a-laugh Michael Clarke Duncan (good for a few sight gags, maybe).