Most Popular Characters
Both brave and foolhardy, Thomas trusts his instincts above all else. See him in The Maze Runner.
Stewie Griffin is just your average evil-genius, talking, sociopathic baby. See him in Family Guy.
People think that because Tris is small, or a girl, or a Stiff, she can't possibly be cruel. But they're wrong. See her in Divergent.
A beacon of positivity with a brilliant legal mind to boot, Elle Woods breaks down stereotypes about what girls can and can't do. See her in Legally Blonde.
Genetically and cybernetically enhanced, Gamora was trained from birth to be one of the deadliest women in the galaxy. See her in Marvel Cinematic Universe.
When Jessica Jones is not throwing back drinks, she's taking down bad guys with her strength, detective skills, and foul-mouthed insults. See her in Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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.
Cynicism is his armor and words are his weapons, but what Tyrion Lannister would really like is some nice wine. See him in Game of Thrones.
After training a herd of raptor dinosaurs, everything else is a breeze for Owen Grady. See him in Jurassic World.
Wolverine is a hot-blooded Canadian with an adamantium skeleton who's the best at what he does. See him in X-Men Series.
An All-American football player, a ping pong star, and a freakishly determined runner, Forrest Gump has a ton of stories to tell. See him in Forrest Gump.
Charlie Kelmeckis is a wallflower who's starting to blossom into something more. See him in The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
Tobias "Four" Eaton is only afraid of four things, but you should probably be afraid of him. See him in Divergent.
Rory Gilmore usually can be found with her nose in a book and coffee in hand, talking with her mom as quickly as the words can spill out. See her in Gilmore Girls.
This high school queen bee has everything, including a genius-level IQ—a fact Lydia Martin keeps hidden to maintain her image. See her in Teen Wolf.
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 Cinematic Universe.
Korra is stubborn, outgoing, and faced with huge responsibilities she might not be ready for. See her in The Legend of Korra.
Marty McFly is a skateboarder, aspiring rock star, and reluctant time-traveler. See him in Back to the Future.
It doesn't matter how noble or brave he is. Jon Snow is a bastard, and people don't let him forget it. See him in Game of Thrones.
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.
Peppy and optimistic, Joy is totally lost when it comes to dealing with Sadness. See her in Inside Out.
Howl puts the "tortured" in tortured artist. He just wants to be recognized for his work, but no one wants to trust a boy that sorta looks like a bird. See him in Howl's Moving Castle.
A good guy who's made some bad choices, Scott Lang is driven in his quest for redemption. See him in Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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.