Despite his somewhat disheveled look, Albert Einstein is one of the most brilliant minds of the 20th century. He won the Nobel Prize in Physics for his contribution to theoretical physics. Even most people can recite his famous equation, E=mc2 (though trying to explain it might be another story).
September 27, 2013 by Amy
Flint Lockwood is an inventor who just wants to prove himself to everyone in Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs. Unfortunately no one really understands his inventions or find them useful – that is until he develops the FLDSMDFR. But with his track record of failed inventions, it’s not long before it starts raining oversized mutated foods.
July 21, 2013 by Amy
Bruce Banner was once a reserved physicist who got caught in the blast of a gamma bomb. Now when he’s angered, he turns into The Hulk. Though Banner often loses his cool, amazingly he never loses his pants when he transforms into his green alter ego. Unless you’re already built like The Hulk, you may want to consider enhancing your muscles with a muscle suit.
March 18, 2013 by Amanda
BBC’s Sherlock transports the eponymous detective from his Victorian-era home to the 21st century. While that may mean he’s solving crime with the assistance of modern technology and sending messages via text instead of telegram, his vast intelligence, deductive reasoning and gentleman’s dress sense all remain intact.August 15, 2014 by Kristina
Bolivar Trask (Peter Dinklage) is responsible for the Sentinel program, a troop of robot soldiers developed to hunt and kill mutants. While Trask admires mutants, he also fears them. His program will eventually lead to the destruction of the mutant race. The Sentinels are so destructive a force that the X-Men must travel back in time to stop their existence.
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