The Kings Speech (Acadamy Award Winner for Best Movie)

Cast: Colin Firth, Geoferry Rush

Duke Of York/ King George VI "Bertie"

A King with a Stammer.  George VI (Albert Frederick Arthur George; 14 December 1895 – 6 February 1952) was King of the United Kingdom and the Dominions of the British Commonwealth from 11 December 1936 until his death. He was the last Emperor of India (until 14 August 1947) and the first Head of the Commonwealth.

Lionel Louge

Lionel George Logue, CVO (26 February 1880 – 12 April 1953) was an Australian speech therapist. Most notably, Logue successfully treated King George VI, who had a pronounced stammer.

Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery

Cast: Mike Myers, Elisabeth Hurley

Austin Powers

Sir Augustine Danger Powers, KBE, is a fictional character from the Austin Powers series of films. He first appeared in Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery (1997) and is portrayed by Mike Myers.[1]

Dr. Evil

Gender Male Occupation Evil doctor Family Nigel Powers (biological father)
Austin Powers (brother)
Unnamed adoptive father (deceased)
Chloe (adoptive mother, presumed deceased)
Mini-Me (clone)
Spouse(s) :Frau Farbissina Children Scott Evil Nationality British (Raised in Belgium)

Vannessa Kensington

Nickname(s) Miss Kensington
Gender Female
Occupation British agent
Spouse(s) Austin Powers
Relatives Louis Kensington (father)
Marie Kensington (mother)
Nationality British

Ocean's Eleven

Cast: George Clooney, Brad Pitt

Danny Ocean

Daniel "Danny" Ocean is a fictional character in the original Ocean's 11, its 2001 remake and the two films that followed the remake (Ocean's Twelve in 2004 and Ocean's Thirteen in 2007). The character was portrayed by Frank Sinatra in the original film, and by George Clooney in the remake trilogy. Danny is the only character that appears in all four Ocean's films as he is the main protagonist of the series.

Rusty Ryan

Robert Charles "Rusty" Ryan is a fictional character in Ocean's Eleven and its sequels, Ocean's Twelve and Ocean's Thirteen. The films are based on the original Ocean's Eleven with the Rat Pack, though Rusty does not appear in it. He is portrayed by Brad Pitt.


Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox

Sam Witwicky

Sub-group Humans
Partner Bumblebee, Mikaela Banes, Carly Alternate
Modes None
Series Transformers film series

Mikeala Banes

Sub-group Humans
Partner Sam Witwicky
Alternate Modes None
Series Transformers film series

The Orphan

Cast: Peter Sarssgard, Isabelle Fuhrman 


Murderer who according to Wikipedia talks about Family Life too much for A Young Girl Her age.

Star Trek

Cast: Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto, Karl Urban, Leonard Nimoy

James C. Kirk

The 2009 film Star Trek introduces an alternate timeline[13] that reveals different origins for Kirk, the formation of his association with Spock, and how they came to serve together on the Enterprise.[14] The point of divergence between The Original Series and the film occurs on the day of Kirk's birth in 2233.

Although the movie treats specific details from Star Trek as mutable, characterizations are meant to "remain the same".[15] In the movie, George and Winona Kirk name their son James Tiberius after his maternal and paternal grandfathers, respectively.[16] He is born on a shuttle escaping the starship USS Kelvin, on which his father is killed.[13] The character begins as "a reckless, bar-fighting rebel"[17] who eventually reaches "maturity".[18] According to Pine, the character is "a 25-year-old [who acts like a] 15-year-old" and who is "angry at the world".[19] Kirk and Spock clash at Starfleet Academy,[13] but, over the course of the movie, Kirk focuses his "passion and obstinance [sic] and the spectrum of emotions" and becomes captain of the Enterprise.[19

Mr. Spock

Species Half-Vulcan (paternal) Half-Human (maternal)
Affiliation UFP Starfleet Vulcan Government Posting USS Enterprise science officer/first officer USS Enterprise-A science officer/first officer/commanding officer
Federation Ambassador-at-Large Rank Lieutenant commander Commander
Captain Portrayed by Leonard Nimoy
                                       Zachary Quinto (2009)

Dr. (Bones) McCoy

Species Human
Home planet Earth Affiliation United Federation of Planets Starfleet Posting Chief Medical Officer, USS Enterprise and USS Enterprise-A Rank Lieutenant commander `Commander
Admiral Portrayed by DeForest Kelley (1966-1991)
Karl Urban (2009)

Spock Prime

Leonard Nimoy comes back and plays Ambasseder Spock Prime