Two-year-old Boo loves lounging in her PJ’s and hanging out with her favorite monsters, Mike Wazowski and Sully. She affectionately refers to Sully as “Kitty” despite the fact that he’s considered one of the top Scarers at Monsters, Inc.
Oh hi there. In the legendary movie The Room, Tommy Wiseau plays Johnny, a red-blooded, football-loving gentleman. He discovers an affair between his fianceé Lisa and Mark, which is tearing him apart.
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.
In The Crow, Eric Draven (Brandon Lee) and his fiancee Shelly are murdered by thugs on a crime spree. A crow brings him back to life, giving him the ability to warg and the opportunity to seek revenge on his killers.
In Revenge of the Nerds, Lewis Skolnick (Robert Carradine) is comfortable with being a nerd. In fact, the computer science geek shamelessly embraces every stereotype imaginable from wayfarer eyeglasses to pocket protectors. He doesn’t even have to worry about getting wedgies from the jocks. His pants are already pulled up as high as they can go.
In Guardians of the Galaxy, Peter Quill (Chris Pratt) is abducted as a kid by a group of space smugglers. All grown up, he spends his time scoring jobs, hooking up with hot alien girls, and just being a rogue, until he finds a higher calling in life as Star-Lord.
Blink (Bingbing Fan) is a vital member of the X-Men, with her dimension warping powers of teleportation. She is an integral part of the team in X-Men: Days of Future Past, as part of the team trying to save mutant kind.
Carey Mahoney (Steve Guttenberg) is a repeat offender who’s forced to join the police academy as punishment in the Police Academy film series. Though he mostly wears a police uniform, his first outfit is quite memorable, especially the short shorts.
John “Bluto” Blutarsky (John Belushi) plays a drunk, seventh year college student in National Lampoon’s Animal House. He’s famous for his impersonation of a popped zit but despite his antics he somehow ends up as a U.S. Senator.