10+ Trios Who Make People Feel Really Hard To Choose "Who's Better"

With our current technology and platforms, it would appear plausible to have a time machine on our hands. We can relive our favorite episodes and movies with a single click. Even though there are several options, we continue to gravitate toward the same cast of characters.
According to experts, people desire ancient stories with a new twist. We enjoy binge-watching famous stories that have had an influence on our lives. That is why we gathered our favorite characters, portrayed by various performers. Below is the list of the 14 trios and duos that make people feel hard to choose who's better

1. Albus Dumbledore in the Harry Potter wizarding world

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The enchantment of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry would be lacking without its headmaster, Albus Dumbledore. The famous wizard was performed by three actors throughout the film franchise, each adding their unique charm to the role.

2. James Bond


The world's most famous spy has been in cinema for a long time, and many beautiful bachelors have portrayed each iteration of Mr. Bond, complete with sophistication and elegance. Professionals have assisted fans with problems picking on their favorite Bond flicks and performances.

3. Cruella

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The vicious, heartless, fur-obsessed couturier is the most dynamic character in 101 Dalmatians. Emma Stone found it challenging to match the eccentricity of actress Glenn Close, who played Cruella de Vil in the 1996 picture. It's good that she enjoyed playing the villain as much as the audience did.

4. Obi-Wan Kenobi in Star Wars (1977 — present)

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The Jedi Master has become a folk hero in every Star Wars film. The excellent portrayals of Alec Guinness in the 1970s and Ewan McGregor from 1999 to the present defined Obi-Wan Kenobi's identity.

5. Wonder Woman

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Since her creation, the Amazonian warrior has been a symbol of women's empowerment and feminism. The TV Show became ingrained in popular culture, and two of the most popular Wonder Women were featured briefly on-screen in the 2020 film.

6. Spider-Man

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Spider-Man has been on our screens since 1967, and there's no preventing the web-slinger from getting more screen time in the future. Fans were ecstatic when three Spider-Mans from different genres appeared together in No Way Home's current film.

7. Lara Croft in Tomb Raider

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Filmmakers have always found it difficult to tell the narrative of Lara Croft, an aristocracy and heiress with a taste for adventure. Nonetheless, Angelina Jolie and Alicia Vikander both delivered outstanding performances by providing dimension to their characters.

8. Paul Atreides in Dune

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The 2021 remake of Dune had huge shoes to fill, but the director and star-studded ensemble pulled off their own take on the sci-fi classic with ease. Paul Atreides from opposite eras, Kyle MacLachlan and Timothée Chalamet, portrayed the character's emotions on-screen beautifully.

9. Mary Poppins

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We're guessing that seeing their favorite nanny, Mary Poppins, return on the big screen gave practically everyone a "supercalifragilisticexpialidocious" moment. This time, it was Emily Blunt's turn to shine, and she made the role her own in her own manner.

10. Mr. Darcy and Elizabeth Bennet in Pride and Prejudice (1995 and 2005)

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The tug-of-war between Lizzie Bennet and Mr. Darcy is one of classic literature's greatest romances, and fans of Jane Austen's novel can't get enough of the countless TV and film versions. The numerous screenplays change, and their lines hit each time differently.

11. Cinderella

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Cinderella's rags-to-riches fairy tale is every little girl's fantasy. It is one of those timeless masterpieces that filmmakers enjoy adapting. There are many ways to sing, "A dream is a desire your heart creates..." whether it's in a musical, a beautiful film, or a teen-pop rendition.

12. The Doctor in Doctor Who (1963 — present)

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Doctor Who, the world's longest-running science fiction television show, has an equally extensive list of performers who have played the eponymous doctor from 1963 to the present. It's impossible to pick a favorite because all 13 physicians' performances were well-received by both fans and reviewers.

13. The March sisters in Little Women (1994, 2017, and 2019)

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Who would have guessed that the story of four little sisters set in the Victorian era would inspire generations of girls and boys to pursue their dreams on their own terms? The classic by Louisa May Alcott has been adapted in various ways, all by women motivated by the March sisters' girl power.

14. Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson


The most popular investigator in Scotland Yard is perhaps the finest sleuth. The figure, together with his dependable sidekick, Dr. John Watson, is a crowd-pleaser. Their timeless narrative is compelling enough to be made into a film. The famous duet has been adapted for almost 250 films.
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