Most Popular Characters
Angel is fighting as best as he can, but the disease might be too powerful for even his strong, positive energy. See him in Rent.
Rarity has been dreaming of the day her designs will dazzle Canterlot. See her in My Little Pony.
R2-D2 has been in the galaxy saving business for decades. Not bad for somebody whose vocabulary is limited to "beep-boop." See him in Star Wars Series.
The self-described "ghost with the most" knows the ins-and-outs of specter life like no other. Just ask him. See him in Beetlejuice.
Innately shy, Ginny Weasley is growing into a feisty, independent spirit. See her in Harry Potter Series.
Emma Woodhouse knows what's best for everyone else. Just don't try to tell her what to do. See her in Emma.
This mathematical genius doesn't have time for small talk; Alan Turing needs to break Enigma, the Nazi's cipher machine. See him in The Imitation Game.
Lyra Belacqua is prone to getting in trouble, but she's also clever enough to get out of it. Most of the time. See her in The Golden Compass.
Hawkeye Pierce is a Devil-may-care Army doc who'd have the Devil laughing and drinking in five minutes flat. See him in M*A*S*H.
Quicksilver is a cocky speedster who could run around the world in the time it's taking you to read this. See him in Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Beloved by all, Lucy is the most corageous Pevensie. See her in The Chronicles of Narnia.
A bumbling hobbit, Bilbo Baggins is becoming a part of something much larger than himself as he embarks on a quest. See him in The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.
Chewbacca is a loyal co-pilot who won't hesitate to rip your arm off. See him in Star Wars Series.
It's a mad, mad world, but Alice has a surprisingly level head as goes her own way down the rabbit hole. See her in Alice in Wonderland.
Seth is short-tempered, crude, and terrible at school, but hopefully there's nothing an epic party can't fix. See him in Superbad.
Introspective Theodore Twombly would rather observe life than participate in it. See him in Her.
A free-spirited artist, Marjane Satrapi is living under the shadow of an oppressive society. See her in Persepolis.
Others see him as the town nutcase, but Flint Lockwood knows his inventions will change the world someday. See him in Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.
Not only will Emmett Brown's time-saving gadgets help you travel with ease, his tinkering on your car will help you get wherever you need to go. Fast. See him in Back to the Future.
Kenny McCormick is a boy of few words who likes nudie mags, NASCAR, monster trucks, origami, and Peruvian pan flute bands. See him in South Park.
Sarah Ashburn lives life by the book and has trouble getting along with anyone who doesn't do the same. See her in The Heat.
Kyle Broflovski is an motional fourth-grader who plays Guitar Hero, speaks Pig Latin, and fights with his "Fat Ass" friend Cartman. See him in South Park.
Haymitch Abernathy is a trainer for the tributes of District 12, although he's never sober enough to give much advice. See him in The Hunger Games .
Patrick Star enjoys life's simple pleasures because he can't wrap his brain around anything more complicated. See him in SpongeBob SquarePants.