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The main character. Wesley starts out as a account manager whose life sucks: his boss bullies him, his girlfriend cheats on him with his best friend and he takes medications to control his anxiety attacks. But everything changes when he is approached by a woman in a market...

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The main character. Wesley starts out as a an account manager whose life sucks: his boss bullies him, his girlfriend cheats on him with his best friend and he takes medications to control his anxiety attacks. But everything changes when he is approached by a woman in a market...



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* MsFanservice: Being played by Angelina Jolie, that is a given. One notable scene has her waking up and let a towel drop to the ground, allowing for a view of her nude back and her ass.

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* MsFanservice: Being played by Angelina Jolie, that is a given. One notable scene has her waking up up, [[SexySurfacingShot rising out of the bath]] and let a towel ModestyTowel drop to the ground, allowing for a view of her nude back ToplessnessFromTheBack and her ass.



* ToplessnessFromTheBack: When she wakes up when The Exterminator blows a exploding rat in the healing room.

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* ToplessnessFromTheBack: When she wakes up when The Exterminator blows a an exploding rat in the healing room.



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[[caption-width-right:276:''"For the first time in your life, you're in control."'']]

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->'''Played by:''' Creator/LornaScott



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* AdaptationalAttractiveness: Depending on your taste. Comic!Wesley resembles a street punk modeled after Eminem while movie!Wesley is played by the more effeminate James McAvoy.



* AdaptationalWimpiness: Comic!Wesley is capable of killing superpowered supervillains. Movie!Wesley gets held up by guys with guns. Somewhat justified, because the Fraternity is made up of people with a similar time-slowing ability to Wesley in the movie.

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* AdaptationalWimpiness: AdaptationalWimp: Comic!Wesley is capable of killing superpowered supervillains.an entire army of supervillains with superpowers. Movie!Wesley gets held up by guys with guns. Somewhat justified, because the Fraternity is made up of people with a similar time-slowing ability to Wesley in the movie.


* AdaptationalHeroism: In the comic books, Wesley is a supervillain who happily rapes and slaughters because he believes he has the authority to do as he pleases as a supervillain. In the movie he is more of an AntiHero, see below.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: In the comic books, Wesley is a supervillain who happily rapes and slaughters because he believes he has the authority to do as he pleases as a supervillain. This extends even to his pre-assassin day. Comic!Wesley is already a self-centered asshole before he joins the fraternity. In the movie he is more of an AntiHero, see below.below.
* AdaptationalWimpiness: Comic!Wesley is capable of killing superpowered supervillains. Movie!Wesley gets held up by guys with guns. Somewhat justified, because the Fraternity is made up of people with a similar time-slowing ability to Wesley in the movie.


* {{One Man Army}}: Wesley becomes this after [[TookALevelinBadass taking a level in badass]]. His one-man assault on the Fraternity headquarters is a sight to behold.

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* {{One Man Army}}: OneManArmy: Wesley becomes this after [[TookALevelinBadass taking a level in badass]]. His one-man assault on the Fraternity headquarters is a sight to behold.behold.
* RageBreakingPoint: He goes through a pretty big one. After his live-in girlfriend cheats on him with his office friend, Barry, and getting pushed too far by his boss, Wesley (understandably) loses his shit, giving a big TheReasonYouSuckSpeech and hitting Barry in the face with his keyboard.


* ImformedFlaw: Wesley calls her "anorexic" in the film's opening, but there isn't any evidence that she is

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* ImformedFlaw: InformedFlaw: Wesley calls her "anorexic" in the film's opening, but there isn't any evidence that she is

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* ImformedFlaw: Wesley calls her "anorexic" in the film's opening, but there isn't any evidence that she is
** Wesley could've just said that as an insult to her.

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[[folder: Janice]]

! Janice
* BigEater: A lot of scenes with her involve her stuffing her face.
* EvilRedhead: A MeanBoss with red hair.
* FatBastard: She's plump and she's a MeanBoss
* {{Jerkass}}: Treats everyone around her with a lot of disrespect.
* JerkassHasAPoint: While she may be a terrible boss, she does have a point about Wesley focusing on his job rather then surfing the internet.
* MeanBoss: She treats her employees like crap.
* PointyHairedBoss: Janice abuses, intimidates, and belittles her staff so she feels better about herself.


* {{Badass}}: He got out of a flaming jetliner in a Dodge Viper and managed to hit an extremely fast Fraternity member.


* AncestralWeapon: He is given Mr. X's sidearm when he is first introduced into the Fraternity, a Imanishi 17 (a Beretta 92S with engraved wooden grips and a compensator). At the end of the film, he uses Cross' ([[spoiler: his '''real''' father]]) rifle to [[spoiler: kill Sloan]]. In the video game sequel, he uses his dad's Nightshade pistol and Fire Eaters.

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* AncestralWeapon: He is given Mr. X's sidearm when he is first introduced into the Fraternity, a Imanishi 17 (a Beretta 92S with engraved wooden grips and a compensator). At the end of the film, he uses Cross' ([[spoiler: his ([[spoiler:his '''real''' father]]) rifle to [[spoiler: kill Sloan]]. In the video game sequel, he uses his dad's Nightshade pistol and Fire Eaters.


->'''Played by:''' Thomas Kretschmann

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->'''Played by:''' Thomas Kretschmann
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* {{Affably Evil}}: He's a rather polite assassin.



* Badass: He got out of a flaming jetliner in a Dodge Viper and managed to hit an extremely fast Fraternity member.
* BeserkButton: Threatening his [[spoiler: son and wife]].

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* Badass: {{Badass}}: He got out of a flaming jetliner in a Dodge Viper and managed to hit an extremely fast Fraternity member.
* BeserkButton: BerserkButton: Threatening his [[spoiler: son and wife]].


* AndNowforSomethingCompletelyDifferent: Some sections of the video game has you play as him in flashbacks.

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* AndNowforSomethingCompletelyDifferent: AndNowForSomethingCompletelyDifferent: Some sections of the video game has you play as him in flashbacks.



* ContractOnTheHitman: [[spoiler: He discovers Sloan faking kill orders and is branded a traitor]].

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* ContractOnTheHitman: [[spoiler: He discovers Sloan faking kill orders and is branded a traitor]].framed for denying Fate]].



* MoreDakka: He uses a Heckler & Koch MP7A1 in the movie and uses two custom CZ 75 Automatic Pistols in the game.

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* MoreDakka: He uses a Heckler & Koch MP7A1 [=MP7A1=] in the movie and uses two custom CZ 75 Automatic Pistols in the game.


* AncestralWeapon: He is given Mr. X's sidearm when he is first introduced into the Fraternity, a Imanishi 17 (a Beretta 92S with orante wooden grips and a compensator). At the end of the film, he uses Cross' ([[spoiler: his '''real''' father]]) rifle to [[spoiler: kill Sloan]]. In the video game sequel, he uses his dad's Nightshade pistol and Fire Eaters.

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* AncestralWeapon: He is given Mr. X's sidearm when he is first introduced into the Fraternity, a Imanishi 17 (a Beretta 92S with orante engraved wooden grips and a compensator). At the end of the film, he uses Cross' ([[spoiler: his '''real''' father]]) rifle to [[spoiler: kill Sloan]]. In the video game sequel, he uses his dad's Nightshade pistol and Fire Eaters.


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->'''Played by:''' Thomas Kretschmann


One of the best members of the Fraternity who betrayed them and started killing other Fraternity members, including Wesley's father, Mr. X. When he is finally confronted, [[spoiler: there's more to it]]. He was branded a traitor by [[spoiler: Sloan]] when he discovered that

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One of the best members of the Fraternity who betrayed them and started killing other Fraternity members, including Wesley's father, Mr. X. When he is finally confronted, [[spoiler: there's more to it]]. the story]]. He is [[spoiler: Wesley's real father]] and was branded a traitor by [[spoiler: Sloan]] when he discovered that
that [[spoiler: Sloan was making fake kill orders]]. He reappears in Wanted: Weapons of Fate as a playable character.

* AndNowforSomethingCompletelyDifferent: Some sections of the video game has you play as him in flashbacks.


One of the best members of the Fraternity who betrayed them and started killing other Fraternity members, including Wesely's father, Mr. X. When he is finally confronted, [[spoiler: there's more to it]]. He was branded a traitor by [[spoiler: Sloan]] when he discovered that

* Badass: You get to see him in full action in Wanted: Weapons of Fate.
* BadassSniper: He does this '''several miles away''' with a 6-foot musket-style rifle that uses bullets that split into 3-parts to make their way to their target
* BeserkButton:

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One of the best members of the Fraternity who betrayed them and started killing other Fraternity members, including Wesely's Wesley's father, Mr. X. When he is finally confronted, [[spoiler: there's more to it]]. He was branded a traitor by [[spoiler: Sloan]] when he discovered that

* Badass: You get He got out of a flaming jetliner in a Dodge Viper and managed to see him in full action in Wanted: Weapons of Fate.
hit an extremely fast Fraternity member.
* BadassSniper: BeserkButton: Threatening his [[spoiler: son and wife]].
* ColdSniper:
He does this '''several miles away''' with a 6-foot musket-style rifle that uses bullets that which split into 3-parts to make their way to their target
* BeserkButton:
target.



* GunsAkimbo:

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* GunsAkimbo:GunsAkimbo: In the video game sequel.



* MoreDakka:
* PapaWolf:

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* MoreDakka:
MoreDakka: He uses a Heckler & Koch MP7A1 in the movie and uses two custom CZ 75 Automatic Pistols in the game.
* PapaWolf:PapaWolf: He has been protecting [[spoiler: Wesley]] throughout his life and has an apartment near his.

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