Which two fictional characters would make a great on-screen couple?

Which two fictional characters would make a great on-screen couple?

We asked our readers: Which two fictional characters do you think would make a great on-screen couple? Here are our favourite answers.

Put a ring on it

I think Aragorn from the Lord of the Rings and Hermione Granger from Harry Potter would make a great pair. Aragorn is brave and courageous, he stands up for justice and fights against the evil Sauron, but he is not smart enough to make important decisions so he needs Hermione to help him solve problems. Hermione can also use her magic to fight off the orcs and other enemies.

Teresa Kwok, 14, South Island School

Unbeatable power couple

I’m aware that both of the fictional characters I’m about to mention are married to other people but I personally think Harry Potter and Hermione Granger would have made a better on-screen couple. I think pairing intelligent Hermione and brave Harry would result in an unbeatable power couple. They both support and protect each other in the face of adversity or evil. That’s why I think they would’ve been the perfect couple. 

Ally Chan, 17, Baptist Lui Ming Choi Secondary School

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Keeping it exciting 

#Clace (ie Clary and Jace of the Mortal Instruments series) has all the drama a pair of actors need to make an amazing on-screen couple.

Leanne Jackson, 15, Shatin College

Young love

I’d like to see Stewie from Family Guy and Maggie from The Simpsons together. They are both intelligent toddlers, and I would love to see another crossover episode of Family Guy and The Simpsons where a relationship between the two builds. Unfortunately, this would be short-lived as the families would eventually have to go their separate ways.

Zachary Perez Jones, 14, South Island School

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Match made in Olympus

Percy Jackson and Annabeth Chase, Aka Percabeth, would be an amazing pair on TV. Although Annabeth's mother Athena hates Percy a lot, they still get along well. This makes their road to romance more challenging yet more exciting!

Hannah Ma, 15, Baptist Lui Ming Choi Secondary School

The purr-fect pair

Ladybug and Cat Noir from Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug and Cat Noir would make a great on-screen couple. The two are heroes so there would be a lot of action to satisfy audiences who love thrilling sequences. A lot of romantic moments as well.

Natasha Ho Jo-wei, 13, Carmel Pak U Secondary School

Which two animals would you combine?

Two of a kind

Definitely Draco Malfoy and Hermione Granger. Both are smart. Both lonely. Both witty. No extra explanation needed.
Tiffany Ip, 16, Maryknoll Convent School (Secondary Section)

#Dramione

Unquestionably, Hermione and Harry would make a great on-screen couple. I believe all of the fans of the Harry Potter series would agree. Even the book’s writer J. K. Rowling had thought that Hermione should marry to Harry. Both of them are talented and full of the characteristics of main characters: intelligent, audacious, and brave enough to fight for justice. Surely the main actor should always couple with the main actress, no?

Gigi Wong, 16, St Paul's School (Lam Tin)

What new trick would you like to learn?

The game of love

I’m not much of a gamer so I might be getting the facts wrong but I think that Kirby, the pink Nintendo character and Princess Peach from the Mario Kart game would make a great couple. They both always seem to be running from something or someone, and they don’t talk much. It also helps that they’re both stuck in the digital universe.

Joy Chan, 16, Hong Kong International School

Make it happen

Bellamy Blake and Clarke Griffin from The 100 book series. The CW's TV adaptation of the series has yet to translate their relationship from page to screen, and the fans are hungry for more than just teases. Make it happen, CW!

Hemant Bharwaney, 16, Renaissance College


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