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Logan

Taking inspiration from the Old Man Logan comic series, the film Logan has Hugh Jackman portraying a graying and gritty Wolverine, capping a 17-year run with his final appearance in the role. Logan is scraping a living as a limo driving, hustling medications south of the border for Professor X when a young mutant pleads for his help.

Khal Drogo

In Game of Thrones, Khal Drogo (Jason Momoa) is the cheftain of the Dothraki, a savage and nomadic horse-riding people of the eastern continent. A legendary warrior, he desires a beautiful and exotic woman for his wife, and finds her in Daenerys Targaryen.

Archie Andrews

In Archie Comics, Archibald “Archie” Andrews is a typical small-town teen who attends Riverdale High School. He has a dog named Spotty, a best friend named Jughead Jones, and crushes in Veronica Lodge and Betty Cooper, tangling him in a love triangle.

David Haller from Legion

In Legion, David Haller (Dan Stevens) is the mutant son of Professor X, who possesses telepathic and telekinetic abilities like his father. He’s diagnosed with schizophrenia at a young age and winds up at a psychiatric hospital.

James Delaney from Taboo

In Taboo, James Delaney (Tom Hardy) is a former corporal of the East India Company who returns from Africa to London to inherit his late father’s shipping empire. But he quickly learns that he’s also inherited his father’s legacy, which is shrouded with conspiracy, murder, and betrayal.

Sagat

In the video game series Street Fighter, Sagat is a renowned fighter in the style of Muay Thai kickboxing. He has an imposing physique, standing at over 7 feet tall with a hulking, 280 pound muscular build. He also has a large scar across his chest as a reminder of when Ryu “shoryukened” him.

Lucas Sinclair

In Stranger Thing, Lucas Sinclair (Caleb McLaughlin) is best buddies with Mike Wheeler, Dustin Henderson, and Will Byers. Of the friends, he’s the most suspicious of Eleven, especially after she manipulates Lucas’s compass to prevent them from finding the Upside Down.

John Nada

In They Live, an unemployed drifter named John Nada (Rowdy Roddy Piper) discovers that the ruling class are in fact aliens concealing their appearances and manipulating the media to get people to accept the status quo.

Rowdy Roddy Piper

“Rowdy” Roddy Piper (real name Roderick George “Roddy” Toombs) is a Canadian pro wrestler known for his work in the WWE and WCW. He’s known for his signature kilt and bagpipe entrance. In Wrestlemania XIX, he attacked Hulk Hogan with a steel pipe, cementing his heel status.

Anton Ego

In Ratatouille, Anton Ego (voiced by Peter O’Toole) is an acerbic food critic whose reviews can make or break a restaurant. He rejects the notion that just anyone can cook, but when Alfredo Linguini and Remy serve him up a simple peasant dish, it disarms Ego by returning him to his childhood memory of his mother cooking.