Most Popular Characters
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.
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.
Poison Ivy is a seductive, venomous botanist laments the fact that there are so many people to kill, yet so little time. See her in Batman & Robin.
Napoleon Dynamite loves tater tots, mythical beasts, and reveling in his awkwardness. See him in Napoleon Dynamite.
Jenna Rink is physically 30 but emotionally 13. She has a better excuse than most. See her in 13 Going on 30.
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.
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.
Ramona Flowers is a delivery girl who's been through her fair share of bad breakups. Super-bad breakups! See her in Scott Pilgrim vs. the World.
If there's any hope of resolving things peacefully, this proud ape leader will have to trust the humans. See him in Dawn of the Planet of the Apes.
Curiosity and compassion aren't always to Jonas' advantage. See him in The Giver.
Juno MacGuff is hoping sarcasm will get her through the stress of teenage life. And also, teenage pregnancy. See her in Juno.
We defy you to find a man who's ever been cooler while simply saying his own name. See him in Casino Royale.
Winry Rockbell is an energetic tomboy mechanic with an empathetic streak. See her in Fullmetal Alchemist.
A 100-plus-year-old who looks like a dreamy teenager, Edward Cullen warns girls to avoid him, which makes them want him even more. See him in Twilight.
Buttercup is a farm girl turned princess who'd do anything to have her old life back. See her in The Princess Bride.
Cassie Sullivan is resilient and resourceful, but she's not quite as brave as she pretends to be. See her in The 5th Wave.
Eponine is a scrappy street urchin with a bad case of unrequited love. See her in Les Miserables.
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.
Anyone who's said "Don't worry, it's just a dream" never met Freddy Krueger. See him in A Nightmare on Elm Street.
James T. Kirk is more than ready to face the final frontier. See him in Star Trek.
Teddy Sanders loves his frat brothers so much he might never leave school. See him in Neighbors.
Quentin has his whole life mapped out. It might sound boring, but he likes boring. See him in Paper Towns.
The Warden of the camp says that digging holes in the desert builds character, but Stanley Yelnats suspects there's more to it. See him in Holes.
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.