A Literal A to Z List of CGI Movie Characters

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With all the talk about Avatar – which totally isn’t going to suck, by the way – I started thinking about how many CGI characters have appeared in movies over the last decade.  I mean, we’re at the point where not only are entire movies created using computer-generated imagry, but characters in live action movies, as well.  In fact, it’s quite common.

I decided to embark on a minor project to determine if, in fact, there have been enough CGI characters in movies to account for every letter of the alphabet.  I’m pleased to say that yes, I was able to come up with a list that does just that.  I had to be a bit liberal at times (would Buzz Lightyear fall under “B” or “L?”  I say, both!), but overall it’s a pretty complete list.  Take a look after the jump.

A is for Aki Ross from Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within

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B is for Bumblebee from the Transformers movies

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C is for Casper from Casper

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D is for Draco from Dragonheart

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E is for Edna Mole from The Incredibles

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F is for Frozone from The Incredibles

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G is for Gollum from The Lord of the Rings movies

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H is for Horton from Horton Hears a Who!

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I is for The Incredibles (yep, all of ’em) from The Incredibles

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J is for Jar-Jar Binks from the Star Wars prequels

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K is for King Kong from King Kong

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L is for Luigi from Cars

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M is for Megatron from the Transformers movies

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N is for Nemo from Finding Nemo

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O is for Optimus Prime from the Transformers movies

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P is for Puss in Boots from the Shrek movies

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Q is for Quillo (one of the porcupines) from Over the Hedge

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R is for Remy from Ratatouille

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S is for Shrek from the Shrek movies

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T is for Tyrannosaurus Rex from the Jurassic Park movies

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U is for Unferth from Beowulf

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V is for Velociraptors from the Jurassic Park movies

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W is for WALL-E from WALL-E

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X is for Professor X in X-Men Origins: Wolverine (sorry, I was unable to find a pic of the truly offensive CGI job)

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Y is for Yoda in the Star Wars prequels

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Z is for Zuba from Madagascar 2

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Whew!  Can anyone make a list from A to Z using different CGI characters?  It can probably be done, but I’d be stumped on “Q” and “X.”


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