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Deadshot
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This master marksman may be a villain, but Deadshot's motives aren't quite as selfish as they seem. See him in DC Extended Universe.

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Ancient One
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Protecting Earth from mystical threats and training new members, Ancient One has her hands full with her latest recruit Stephen Strange. See her in Marvel Cinematic Universe.

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Li Shang
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Li Shang will make a man out of you—even if you're a girl. See him in Mulan.

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Danny Zuko
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Danny Zuko's car is auto-matic. Its system-matic. Its hyyyyydro-matic. Why, its greased lightning! See him in Grease.

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Kumar Patel
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Kumar Patel is always high, always hungry for sliders. See him in Harold & Kumar Go To White Castle.

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Zero
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His nickname of 'Zero' says a lot about what other people think of him, but he's finally standing up for himself. See him in Holes.

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Marta Cabrera
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It's hard enough for Marta Cabrera to be part of a murder investigation, but when you can't lie? See her in Knives Out.

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Norah Silverberg
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Strong-willed Norah Silverberg isn't willing to be the goody bag at anyone's pity party. See her in Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist.

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Celie Johnson
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Celie Johnson says she's poor, black, and may even be ugly. But dear God she's here. See her in The Color Purple.

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Sandy Cheeks
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A karate master/rocket scientist/squirrel, Sandy Cheeks is the only one who can clean up the other resident's messes in Bikini Bottom. See her in SpongeBob SquarePants.

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Esmeralda
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Esmeralda's street wisdom is unparalleled. See her in The Hunchback of Notre Dame.

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Troy Bolton
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Troy Bolton is a triple threat: singing, dancing, and basketball. See him in High School Musical.

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Caitlin Snow
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Caitlin Snow believes that burying herself in science is the best way to save the day or to mend a broken heart. See her in DC Extended Universe.

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Domino
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Domino is phenomenally lucky‚ and, yes, that's a superpower. See her in Deadpool.

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Liesel Meminger
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Liesel Meminger is trying to ease the suffering of those around her, German and Jew alike. See her in The Book Thief.

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Peter Pevensie
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Peter Pevensie shows as much courage as a child king as he did under The Blitz of London. See him in The Chronicles of Narnia.

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Oliver Tate
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Oliver Tate is extremely articulate but hopelessly awkward. That's not a recipe for teenage happiness. See him in Submarine.

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Christine Daae
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Christine Daae has been secretely taking lessons from a phantom musician. It sounded less creepy in her head. See her in The Phantom of the Opera.

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Greg Heffley
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Greg Heffley will be famous someday, but now he's stuck in class with morons. See him in Diary of a Wimpy Kid.

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Riggan Thomson
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Riggan Thomson is a washed-up movie star running from his inner demons. Alas those inner demons look just like the superhero he used to play. See him in Birdman.

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Cosette
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Cosette is an idealistic woman whose innocence stands in contrast to her harsh childhood. See her in Les Miserables.

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Evie Zamora
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Not a great influence with her classmates, this 13-year-old "cool girl" likes to shoplift, chug alcohol, and snort crushed pills. See her in thirteen.

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Buddy Pine / Syndrome
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Buddy Pine is an unhinged superfan of superheroes using technology to take down his idols. See him in The Incredibles.

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Claire Standish
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Claire Standish is a popular, perfect princess who's deeper than she seems. See her in The Breakfast Club.