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Bella Swan
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Bella Swan thinks of it as her job to help her parents and protect her friends, even though it often ends up the other way around. See her in Twilight.

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Sophie Hatter
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Once a lonely hat maker, Sophie Hatter is now cleaning goo from bathtubs and cooking breakfast for the grumpiest wizard in all the land. See her in Howl's Moving Castle.

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Freddy Krueger
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Anyone who's said "Don't worry, it's just a dream" never met Freddy Krueger. See him in A Nightmare on Elm Street.

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Jenna Rink
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Jenna Rink is physically 30 but emotionally 13. She has a better excuse than most. See her in 13 Going on 30.

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Lucy
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Accessing more than 10 percent of your brain can do strange things to anyone, and Lucy is Exhibit A. See her in Lucy.

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Superman / Clark Kent
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Whether it's punching a meteor or saving a teen from jumping, Superman tries to be in as many places as Kryptonianly possible. See him in Man of Steel.

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Roy Mustang
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A vain and arrogant womanizer, Roy Mustang has hidden depths. See him in Fullmetal Alchemist.

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Jean Grey
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If you died and came back to life, and then died more times and came back, you might stop battling evil mutants. Not Jean Grey. See her in X-Men Series.

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Fitzwilliam Darcy
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Sophisticated and aloof, Darcy couldn’t care less about marriage, despite women throwing themselves upon him with wishes of matrimony. See him in Pride & Prejudice.

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Buttercup
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Buttercup is a farm girl turned princess who'd do anything to have her old life back. See her in The Princess Bride.

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Jay Gatsby
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While Jay Gatsby doesn't necessarily like to attend his parties, he knows how to throw a world-class bash. See him in The Great Gatsby.

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Scott Pilgrim
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Scott Pilgrim's superhero suit is just a video game t-shirt and sweatbands. But this slacker is brave enough to fight all his girlfriend's evil exes. See him in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.

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Napoleon Dynamite
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Napoleon Dynamite loves tater tots, mythical beasts, and reveling in his awkwardness. See him in Napoleon Dynamite.

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James Bond
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We defy you to find a man who's ever been cooler while simply saying his own name. See him in Casino Royale.

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Tarzan
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Tarzan is walking the line between human and animal. Good thing he has excellent balance. See him in Tarzan.

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Juno MacGuff
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Juno MacGuff is hoping sarcasm will get her through the stress of teenage life. And also, teenage pregnancy. See her in Juno.

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Ponyboy Curtis
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Ponyboy Curtis is a "Greaser" on the surface, but he's a sensitive poet underneath. See him in The Outsiders.

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Schmidt
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As an undercover cop, Schmidt is getting to relive high school as a cool kid. See him in 21 Jump Street.

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Jean Valjean
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In his transformation from hardened convict to moral paragon, Jean Valjean is the kind of man we should all aspire to be. See him in Les Miserables.

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Mary Jane Watson
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Her unhappy childhood has left her unsure of the existence of happy endings. Mary Jane Watson hides her pain beneath a joke and a smile. See her in Spider-Man Series.

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Death
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There are certain souls the surprisingly sensitive Death would rather not reap. See him in The Book Thief.

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Jonas
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Curiosity and compassion aren't always to Jonas' advantage. See him in The Giver.

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Louisa Clark
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An outgoing and quirky optimist, Louisa Clark has a zest for life. See her in Me Before You.

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Allison Reynolds
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High school is Hell, so Allison Reynolds spends her time giving herself tattoos with ballpoint pens and shaking dandruff out of her hair. See her in The Breakfast Club.