Fictional guys and gals we wish were real

By admin
11 January 2014

Do you daydream that these stars could be your next boyfriend or girlfriend? Us too!

Peeta in The Hunger Games (played by Josh Hutcherson)

Yes, we’re totally as torn as Katniss Everdeen about which boy she likes more – Gale or Peeta? Gale is hot but Peeta definitely gets our vote. He’s a good guy, painter, really strong and he bakes!

Wall-E in Wall-E

He may be a robot but he has a big heart, courage and determination. And kudos for his love for EVE, which ends up saving the human race.

Noah in The Notebook (played by Ryan Gosling)

Boy meets girl, they face obstacles and spends years apart while he builds their dream house. Need we say more?

Leo in The Vow (played by Channing Tatum)

So you like wake up from a coma and Channing Tatum tells you he’s your hubby. What woman in her right mind would deny this?

Jack Dawson in Titanic (played by Leonardo DiCaprio)

He’s the gorgeous artist who sweeps the bored rich girl off her feet. We could do without him dying in icy water, though.

Damon and Stefan Salvatore in Vampire Diaries (played by Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder)

Choosing between these two brothers is harder than being chased by a werewolf!

Dre Parker in The Karate Kid (played by Jaden Smith)

Dre ends up in a foreign country but decides to stand up to the bullies and gets the girl. Smooth.

Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games (played by Jennifer Lawrence)

If you like your ladies tough and independent, Katniss is the girl for you. She hunts to provide for her family and is brave enough to take on any threat.

Caroline Forbes in Vampire Diaries (played by Candice Accola)

Cheerleader by day, vampire by night – Caroline is wholesome enough to impress your mom and dangerous enough to keep things interesting.

Hermione Granger in Harry Potter (played by Emma Watson)

The adorable quick-witted overachiever is exactly who you want in your corner when you’re fighting off evil spirits . . . or studying for the history exam.

Princess Merida in Brave

There’s the cute Scottish accent, quick wit and her impressive sword-fighting and archery skills. What’s not to like?

Bella Swan in Twilight (played by Kristen Stewart)

She’s a bit broody and clumsy, but at least you know she’s willing to sacrifice a lot for love – sunshine, normal family life and breathing . . .

Rachel Berry in Glee (played by Lea Michele)

She’s the girl the next door, but be warned – she might break into song at any given moment.

Let us know on our Hey YOU! Facebook page who your ultimate TV or film crush is!

EXTRA SOURCES: refinery29.com; imdb.com, Edna Isaacs

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