Here at Hollywire, we love a good scary flick and one our favorite stars, Chloë Grace Moretz, steps into the shoes of a shy, teenage outcast in the upcoming re-imagination of Carrie, out this October.

Directed by Kimberly Peirce, the classic horror film tells the story of Carrie White (Moretz) who is an outcast shunned by everyone at school and is sheltered from the world by her religious mother (Julianne Moore).

After getting a peek at Chloë as an outcast, it got us thinking about some of our other favorite misfits in film throughout the years. Take a look back at some of the most memorable ones!

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Emma Stone - Easy A

Olive went from being an absolute nobody to the talk of the school after making up lies that she was sleeping with pretty much every guy in school in exchange for random gifts. But while she gets all the attention, it isn’t exactly the kind she was hoping for.


Jesse Eisenberg - The Social Network

Funny to think that at one time, Mark Zuckerberg was just a college nerd who spent a majority of his free time creating a little website called Facebook. But while on his way to the top, he manages to destroy one of his best friendships while quarreling over the billionaire dollar company.


Kristen Bell - Veronica Mars

Veronica Mars used to know what it was like to be popular until her best friend is killed and she is forced to be an outsider. Her father, the Sheriff, finds himself out of a job after making unpopular accusations about the murdered girl’s family.  Veronica assists her father’s private detective agency, but must balance solving cases with going to high school.


Logan Lerman – The Perks of Being a Wallflower

Never having a friend to talk to, Charlie spills everything out while writing to his “friend” about his troubled thoughts and starting high school. That is until he meets his fellow “wallflowers,” Sam and Patrick who help him through his darkest times.


Ellen Page – Juno

Already an outcast at school and then getting pregnant at 16 by her best friend, Juno faces constant stares and whispers as she walks through her high school’s halls, all the while bonding with her baby’s adoptive father, Mark.


Molly Ringwald – Pretty in Pink

Andie Walsh comes from the poor part of town and is considered a misfit at her uppity high school. When a local rich boy develops an infatuation with her, high school social politics wage war against the chances of a relationship. Andie's best friend, Duckie, who happens to be completely in love with her, tries to gain her affection while causing trouble for her romantic pursuit.


Ashley Rickards - Awkward

Socially awkward Jenna Hamilton just wants to fit in with everyone at school. But once a rumor starts that she tried to commit suicide (when she didn’t), she tries to deal with her new reputation along with her nosy parents, popular crush and a crazy guidance counselor.


Tyler Posey - Teen Wolf

Scott McCall is a social outcast and all he really wants is to make the high school lacrosse team and fit in.  After he gets bitten by a werewolf, his world gets turned upside down. Scott joins the team, becomes the popular kid in school and lands the girl of his dreams, all while trying to keep it quiet that he is secretly a werewolf with superhuman powers. 

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Which teenage outcast is your favorite?