Most Popular Characters
Ava may just be the perfect woman. So long as she can pass a Turing test. See her in Ex Machina.
A genetic experiment engineered to be the perfect assassin, Agent 47 is cold, professional, and lethal. See him in Hitman.
Fear is a ball of nerves and a voice of caution. See him in Inside Out.
Madman, murderer, or musician? No one knows the Phantom behind the mask. See him in The Phantom of the Opera.
Jack Skellington is a nightmare-man with a soft heart and smooth voice. See him in The Nightmare Before Christmas.
With her consciousness so easily shifted between bodies, Motoko Kusanagi is left unsure of who or what she really is. See her in Ghost in the Shell.
World domination and Superman's demise are next on Lex Luthor's to-do list. See him in DC Extended Universe.
Suzy Bishop is only 12, but her withering stare and withdrawn personality are enough to make anyone wilt. See her in Moonrise Kingdom.
The White Queen been treated horribly, but the day of her victory is almost near. See her in Alice in Wonderland.
Matilda Wormwood is so smart, she taught herself how to be psychic. See her in Matilda.
A Vietnam vet, Travis Bickle spends his days driving his taxi and watching porn flicks. See him in Taxi Driver.
Neil Perry is a brilliant student with an artist's soul. And he's desperate to unleash it. See him in Dead Poets Society.
Eddie Brock is a big-hearted investigative journalist who is going through the world's weirdest identity crisis. See him in Venom.
The self-proclaimed "only guilty man in Shawshank prison" has wisdom to share, such as the best way to smuggle a Rita Hayworth poster into a Maine prison. See him in The Shawshank Redemption.
A hurricane of a human being, Marla Singer is destructive and unforgettable. See her in Fight Club.
For someone who swears she doesn't care for anyone, MJ Jones spends a lot of time observing her classmate Peter Parker. See her in Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Motivated by a strong sense of curiosity, fleet-footed Lina Mayfleet is happiest when she's on the move. See her in The City of Ember.
Edmund Pevensie isn't a bad person, but he did sell his siblings out for a tin of Turkish Delight. See him in The Chronicles of Narnia.
T'Challa is a regal superhero with the weight of the world (and particularly his nation) on his shoulders. See him in Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Though raised to think of himself as a monster, Quasimodo has a heart that holds nothing but compassion. See him in The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Quiet and brooding, Ennis Del Mar keeps his true passions close to the chest. See him in Brokeback Mountain.
Southern belle Scarlett O'Hara is a heart-melter who has no problem looking after herself. See her in Gone with the Wind.
We're all puppets. Dr. Manhattan is just a puppet who can see the strings. See him in Watchmen.
Juliet Capulet falls head over heels for her rival family's resident sweet talker, Romeo. See her in Romeo & Juliet.