In honor of St. Patty's Day, we're going green with a look at the color's most famous Hollywood characters. From 'Guardians of the Galaxy' to 'The Muppets,' Hollywood has done the color proud.
Kermit the Frog
This iconic amphibian has had more TV and movie credits that most members of the Screen Actors Guild. A prolific star and household name, he’s been big since the '60s, but made a career resurgence in 2011 with ‘The Muppets.’
Jim Carrey hammed it up in this fantasy slapstick comedy, playing a mild-mannered introvert who discovers a magical mask that makes him the owner of the loudest zoot suit ever.
The Wicked Witch of the West
When the ‘Wizard of Oz’ premiered in 1939, it was notable for its use of Technicolor, including the vibrant green of Emerald City -- and actress Margaret Hamilton’s skin.
One of the most renowned and powerful masters in sci-fi history, Yoda is.
This big green ogre won over the heart of a beautiful princess, who turned out to be a kind of big green ogre herself. Which was just fine with him.
The one-eyed star of ‘Monsters, Inc.’ (2001) and ‘Monsters University’ (2013) may not be traditionally scary, but -- okay, he’s not scary at all, but we still think he’s pretty cool.
Marvel’s giant rage monster (finally) got the big-screen treatment he deserved in ‘The Avengers,’ thanks to actor Mark Ruffalo and writer-director Joss Whedon bringing him and his gamma ray-powered temper to life.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
The pizza-loving “heroes in a half-shell” received a big screen reboot in 2014, introducing a whole new generation to the four beloved, sewer-dwelling turtles.
Jim Carrey brought Dr. Seuss’ curmudgeonly character to the big screen in 2000, the character’s first live-action appearance.
The “spud,” as Ray Stantz called him, slimed Venkman before terrorizing a hotel ballroom. The Ghostbusters eventually trapped the little sucker, teaching the ghost an important lesson: Never slime a guy wearing a positron collider.
Johnny Depp voiced the Hawaiian shirt-loving chameleon, who finds himself lost in a frontier town with its many odd inhabitants.
The lovely Zoe Saldana played the assassin, Gamora, in Marvel's ‘Guardians of the Galaxy.' Fans can expect a sequel in 2017.
Drax the Destroyer, played by former wrestler David Bautista in 2014’s ‘Guardians of the Galaxy,’ is a big, brawny brute hellbent on revenge and finding ways to take everything literally.