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title role

the role of the character after whom a play, etc., is named
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In the new drama series 'Sahaya,' Umali is in her biggest role yet as she plays the titular character who is a determined Badjao girl.
Viewing pictures of the strange, amateurish-looking yet eerie objects, reminds me of the scene early in William Friedkin's 1973 adaptation of William Peter Blatty's The Exorcist when Father Merrin, the film's titular character, encounters a fearsome, reptilian statue of the Babylonian deity Pazuzu while on an archaeological dig in Iraq.
Karthi plays the titular character who falls in love with Meghna, played by Singh, a career-oriented woman.
The movie makes excruciatingly clear that the goal of its titular character is to build an army of witches and wizards--pure-bloods, preferably--to conquer and rule the nonmagic world.
Comic book adaptation "Venom," starring Tom Hardy as the titular character, is expected to earn around $30.5M at 4,250 theaters, while musical drama "A Star is Born," starring Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, is expected to earn about $30M at 3,708 theaters.
According to publication SuperBroMovies, Brainiac is set to antagonise the titular character in the upcoming movie.
Momo - the name of the new game, shows the titular character with a grotesque face, scary face and an evil grin.
Colter plays the titular character on Luke Cage , which returned for a second season Friday on Netflix.
From debut author Amy Makechnie comes a small-town romp as remarkable as its titular character.
This causes problems for the film's titular character, Abdullah, who has a strong love of music and has always dreamed of becoming a musician, but must hide this passion from his family.
The Indian government is being asked to intervene to delay the release of Padmavati, a film based on an epic 16th-century poem, starring Deepika Padukone as the titular character.
In this sequel to At the Edge of Empire (Simon & Schuster, 2015/VOYA December 2015), the titular character continues his journey through the twentieth century, beginning in 1941.