15 Fascinating Facts About Famous Characters

Even the most famous characters still have a few secrets.
15 Fascinating Facts About Famous Characters

It goes without saying that without their main characters, many of our favorite films would have been nothing. instead, they'd be only abstraction sceneries or settings. Though some roles may appear to be extremely practical, the best cinematic characters can alter a film by providing deep morals, motivating personal growth, standing up to the odds, battling for what's fair as sturdy heroes, or spreading mayhem or supervillains as well as antagonists.

Some characters have become as ingrained in the pop-cultural zeitgeist as an old sweater. It's familiar, comfortable, and devoid of any surprises or secrets. Keep that notion in mind. It turns out that designers have been withholding information on their most well-known creations for years. But that is no longer the case.

Characters are frequently the focus of films. There are a lot of interesting secret facts about your favorite movie characters that you probably aren't aware of. So let's get started.

We dug into the pasts of several well-known characters and discovered some pretty startling truths. For example:

Charlie Brown is not bald. When asked about the celebrated character's signature coiffure, Charles M. Schulz said he has hair, but it's so blond that
The Wizard of Oz has an actual name. According to L. Frank Baum, it's Oscar Zoroaster Phadrig Isaac Norman Henkle Emmannuel Ambroise Diggs. CRACKED.CO
Sherlock Holmes should be dead. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was tired of the character and killed him off in The Final Problem. Fans were so outraged, ma
Mickey and Minnie are totally married. Walt Disney said in 1934 that the couple is married in private life and depictions of them in other relations
The janitor on Scrubs is named Glen Matthews. The character reveals his name in the episode My Finale. His sincerity is questioned when an orderly c
Barbie isn't from Malibu. She's from Wisconsin. According to Barbie canon, she and the rest of the Roberts sisters moved with their grandparents from
Hermione Granger had buck teeth. Emma Watson was actually fitted with a prosthetic overbite to recreate the young witch's rather large front teeth,
Dino is a Snorkasaurus. His breed is revealed in an early Flintstones episode, where Fred and Barney hunt for the dinosaur. He can also totally talk.
According to his creator, J. Jonah Jameson's first name is Jeremiah. While it's never said in the comic, many assume it's John, the same as his father
Peter Pan is a selfish, amoral killer. Creator J.M. Barrie described the character as a villain, luring young children from their parents to become Lo
The crab in The Little Mermaid is named Horatio. His oceanic friends call him by last name, as in Horatio Thelonious Ignacious Crustaceous Sebastian.
Marty McFly was a criminal trespasser. Back to the Future co-creator Bob Gale explained that Marty met Doc after breaking into the scientist's lab. Im
Hobbes doesn't magically come to life when Calvin is around. Nor is he just a figment of of Calvin's imagination. Bill Watterson explained that, like
Rey is the daughter of a Palpatine clone. The bombshell that Rey is the Emperor's descendant left many fans asking when he had time for a family. The
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