Teen Queen Killers: The Top 10 Deadliest Fictional “Hit Girls”

Chloe Grace Moretz returns as Hit-Girl in Kick-Ass 2, and this time she’s got bigger villains to battle: high school mean girls!

There’s nothing scarier than a teenaged girl, unless that teenaged girl can kill you. Hit-Girl might be the latest teen queen with the skill to kill, but is she the deadliest? Find out as we count down our Top 10 Deadliest Fictional “Hit Girls.”

10) Jennifer Lawrence’s ’Katniss Everdeen’ from The Hunger Games

She shoots, she scores, she wins the Hunger Games… The only reason the uber-popular Katniss doesn’t rank higher on our list is because she’s not a trained killer, nor is she an eager one. If you encountered her in a dark ally late at night, she’d probably let you go without a scratch. In fact, she’d probably let you go with a bit of roasted squirrel.


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9) Natalie Portman’s ’Mathilda’ from Leon: The Professional

Now Natalie Portman is known as a classy and intellectual vegan, but she made her debut as a sassy Lolita who longed to avenge her baby brother’s death. In Luc Besson’s Leon, or The Professional (or Leon: The Professional) She shacks up with French assassin, Leon (Jean Reno), and helps him on various jobs. Though she’s quite dangerous, Mathilda is still extremely untrained and almost nothing without Leon.

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8) Amandla Stenberg’s ’Cataleya’ from Columbiana

Sure, she might look like an innocent schoolgirl in the photo above, but Cataleya is about to stab that guy’s hand and free run across the roofs of Bogota, Columbia. Columbiana is another Luc Besson film about a vengeful orphan girl who becomes an assassin. The difference between Cataleya and Mathilda, though, is Cataleya grows up to be a very deadly Zoe Saldana.
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7) Maisie Williams’s ’Arya Stark’ from Game of Thrones

Never forget that the first person Arya Stark killed was a nosy stable boy and that her “prayers” are a list of people she’s sworn to kill.

She. Does. Not. Mess. Around.
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6) and 6.5) Alexis Bledel’s ’Violet’ and Saoirse Ronan’s ’Daisy’ from Violet & Daisy

We don’t know if the fact that this film about teen assassins is light and frothy makes it more fun or more disturbing than some of the other films and television shows on this list. However, we do know that we love seeing a tough-as-nails Rory Gilmore and Saoirse Ronan is very good at convincing us she can kill people.

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