Most Popular Characters

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Sharpay Evans
1974

The star of every school production since kindergarten and the most popular girl of East High, Sharpay Evans usually gets her way. See her in High School Musical.

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Willy Wonka
1961

Larger than life and wealthy beyond measure, Willy Wonka is more than a titan in the sweets industry; he is an arbiter of taste. See him in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

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Joy
1952

Peppy and optimistic, Joy is totally lost when it comes to dealing with Sadness. See her in Inside Out.

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Bart Simpson
1940

Bart Simpson is an aspiring juvenile delinquent who doesn't want you to have a cow, man! See him in The Simpsons.

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Baymax
1933

Basically a giant pillow come to life, Baymax is a medical robot created for the sole purpose of helping people. See him in Big Hero 6.

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Augustus Waters
1932

Charming and confident, Gus Waters is determined to leave a lasting mark on the world. See him in The Fault in Our Stars.

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Hawkeye
1926

Hawkeye is most comfortable perched above the action, keeping an eye on everything and using a well-timed arrow to save the day. See him in Marvel's The Avengers.

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Giselle
1921

A sweet princess , Giselle is about to realize that life is no fairy tale. See her in Enchanted.

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Aragorn
1919

Aragorn is the one true king, a title he is too humble to accept. See him in The Lord of the Rings.

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Hazel Lancaster
1892

Intelligent and compassionate, Hazel Lancaster would rather face things, even bad things, than sugarcoat the truth. See her in The Fault in Our Stars.

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Scarlet Witch
1888

A superpowered test subject, Scarlet Witch can manipulate other people's thoughts and force them to confront their worst fears. See her in Marvel's The Avengers.

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Edward Elric
1869

Edward Elric has a quick mind along with a quick temper. See him in Fullmetal Alchemist.

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Cher Horowitz
1859

Cher Horowitz may have a problem with hubris, but she looks utterly fabulous while learning a lesson about the dangers of meddling. See her in Clueless.

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Indiana Jones
1847

Indiana Jones is a swashbuckling archeologist who hates snakes, Nazis, and priceless artifacts falling into the wrong hands. See him in Raiders of the Lost Ark.

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Ferris Bueller
1837

There's never a dull moment when this mischievous high-schooler gets up to his hijinks. Save Ferris! See him in Ferris Bueller's Day Off.

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Olive Penderghast
1836

Underneath her brassy, sarcastic exterior, Olive Penderghast is more sensitive than she pretends to be. See her in Easy A.

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Gale Hawthorne
1824

Faced with inequality, Gale Hawthorne has a rebellious spirit that only grows. See him in The Hunger Games .

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Hiro
1820

Hiro is a free-spirit and remarkable genius who loves bot fighting and problem-solving. See him in Big Hero 6.

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Scott Lang / Ant-Man
1812

A good guy who's made some bad choices, Scott Lang is driven in his quest for redemption. See him in Ant-Man.

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Buzz Lightyear
1803

Unaware of the fact that he's a toy and made of plastic, Buzz Lightyear is a spaceman on a mission fully of snappy catch phrases. See him in Toy Story.

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Frodo Baggins
1786

Even the smallest person can change the course of the world, if he's brave enough. See him in The Lord of the Rings.

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The Hulk
1778

Make sure not to anger the Hulk or else he will transform into a giant green monstrosity and smash anything in his way. See him in The Incredible Hulk / The Avengers.

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Neytiri
1761

Neytiri is an accomplished woman with no patience for stupidity. See her in Avatar.

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Clary Fray
1758

Clary Fray's philosophy: dive into the supernatural underworld first and ask questions later. See her in City of Bones.