StarWarsLeiahologram.jpeg Princess Leia, in Star Wars, delivered her classic plea âHelp me Obi-Wan Kenobi, you're my only hopeâ via hologram. StarTrekMoriarty.jpg Professor Moriarty via the holodeck, Star Trek: The Next Generation. Based on the classic Sherlock Holmes enemy, a version of Moriarty programmed into the Enterpriseâs holodeck recurred from time to time. StargateAtlantisHoloMcKay.jpg Rodney McKayâs future hologram, Stargate Atlantis. A holographic version of future McKay is featured in a season four episode of Atlantis to help guide Sheppard back to the present. QuantumLeap.jpeg Albert âAlâ Calavicci, Quantum Leap. The hologram of Al served as Dr. Sam Beckettâs guide as he jumped through history in the classic 80s (and early 90s) TV series. StargateThor.jpg Thor, Stargate SG-1. The Asgard alien Thor was one of SG-1âs great allies, and often appeared to the team via hologram. TotalRecallhologram.jpg In the classic 80s version of Total Recall, Quaid uses a hologram to trick some guards into shooting it instead of him. LexLuthorSuperman12.jpg Lex Luthor uses a hologram to escape prison in Superman II. ResidentEvilRedQueen132.jpg The Red Queen, Resident Evil. In the first Resident Evil film, the underground base has been programmed to use a very creepy little girl as its visual user interface. FuturamaRoseanneBarrHologram.jpg Roseanne Barr guest stars as a hologram of herself on the animated series Futurama. She provides some much needed intel to Kif. S1m0ne.jpg In the weird sci-fi drama S1m0ne, Al Pacino creates a superstar who is actually a CG hologram. StarTrekDoctor.jpeg The Doctor, aka the Emergency Medical Hologram Mark I, on Star Trek: Voyager was one of the few holographic supporting actors in television, played by the acerbicly awesome Robert Picardo. Andromedahologram.jpg Rommie, the interface of the Andromeda Ascendant, manifested as the cute as a button Leax Doig in the series Andromeda. jem_cast-1.jpg In the late 80s animated series Jem and the Holograms, the protagonist uses holograms to become a rock star (kind of like Hannah Montana, but with holograms instead of a wig).