A Blog Hop – My Ten Favorite Screen Characters

I would like to thank Jonathan Dixit author of Babyworld for inviting me to join this blog hop… I’ll no doubt remember one I’ve missed out as soon as I’ve posted this but here are my own ten favorite film characters. The authors I’ve invited are listed at the end of the post.

1 Jean Reno as Leon in the movie Leon – The Assassin

2 Daniel Craig as James Bond in Skyfall

3 Matt Damon as Jason Bourne in the Bourne Trilogy

4 Natalie Portman as Padme Amidala in Star Wars

5 Winona Ryder as Lydia in Beetlejuice

6 Ewan McGregor as Obi Wan Kenobe in Star Wars

7 Harrison Ford as Jack Ryan in Clear and Present Danger

8 Keisha Castle Hughes as Paikea in Whale Rider

9 Morgan Freeman as Nelson Mandela in Invictus

10 Gillian Anderson as Dana Scully in The X Files

I am inviting the following authors to continue the challenge.  Apologies if you’ve already done it. If you want to participate, simply list your ten favorite screen characters and maybe a video clip or photo (though I didn’t get that far) and ten or so more authors you would lke to invite on the blog hop along with a link back here from the post.

It’s completely voluntary with no time limits or anything like that and should get a few new visitors to your blog… Enjoy!

JC Brennan author of A Fine Line

Terri Lyndie author of Wolf Eye Sly

KK Allen author of the Summer Solstice Series

Richard Graf author of The Banjo Essays

Ericka Clay author of Unkept

DB Nielsen author of the Keepers of Genesis Series

Grant Nicol author of On a Small Island

Cleo de Lancey author of Kieran the Pirate

Pamela Winn author of Healings

Fallon Lak author of Torn Apart

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About Pete Buckley

I'm Pete Buckley the UK based indie author of "The Colonel of Krasnoyarsk" as well as a couple of travel stories recounting a camper van adventure in New Zealand and a hike through the Swiss Alps. Aside from writing; hiking, biking and photography take up much of my time when I'm not looking after the kids, and these are the main subject of these pages. Thanks for visiting.
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