David Wooderson (Matthew McConaughey) is a 20-something-year-old who still hangs out with high schoolers in Dazed and Confused. But for him that’s “alright, alright, alright” because even though he gets older, the high school girls stay the same age.
Mr. Larson (Richard Kiel) is an imposing character in Happy Gilmore not only because of his threatening T-shirts but also because of his ability to bend golf clubs with his bare hands. So Shooter McGavin shouldn’t take his threats idly especially when Mr. Larson tells him that “you can count on me waiting for you in the parking lot.”
After running afoul of a local mobster, Dr. Peyton Westlake (Liam Neeson) is burned and disfigured. As luck would have it, his research is on synthetic skin for burn victims. Only drawback? It disintegrates when subject to light. He sensibly seeks his revenge in the dark, going by the name Darkman.
In The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, District 3, which is considered an upper-middle class district, serves as the technology district for all of Panem. They, like the other districts, are still held under the president’s regime. Smart and knowledgeable, the citizens of District 3 were once the rebels, who started the first uprising.
In The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, the citizens of District 9, the grain district, work hard to provide food for all of Panem. They too struggle, as do the other districts, to stay alive and feed their families. Ironic, isn’t it?
In Disney’s Big Hero 6, Hiro Hamada (Ryan Potter) is a robotics prodigy. With his robot Baymax and his team of do-gooders, they set out to foil a criminal plot.
In Grand Budapest Hotel, J.G. Jopling (Willem Dafoe) is a cold-blooded assassin — I mean, private inquiry agent — who handles the dirty work for Dmitri Desgoffe-und-Taxis. To really fit the part, crop your hair short and crop your pants even shorter.
Maleficent (Angelina Jolie) is the self-proclaimed mistress of all evil. After being snubbed from the royal christening of Princess Aurora, she curses her to prick her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel and die. Talk about an overreaction.
A frail Steve Rogers takes an experimental serum and becomes Captain America, a World War II hero and leader of the Avengers. As the name suggests, he’s pretty patriotic, garbing himself head to toe in the stars and stripes. Most recently, Cap has been played by actor Chris Evans.