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Want to know who made the top twenty of Hollywood's sexiest ladies and gents? Or check out how the gals fared with our countdown of the top 50 sexiest female stars. There's something wounded and haunted about most of Colin Farrell's characters.
Even if they're outwardly cheeky and confident, there's a depth and a dark side that's never far away, giving all his characters a little something extra. Bonus points too for those big soulful eyes and expressive eyebrows. Further back, we've never forgotten Danny's sharp suits in Minority Report. Thank goodness for Game Of Thrones. If not for HBO's fantasy behemoth we might never have learned about Coster-Waldau, who's overcome the fact that his character is incestuous and latterly one-handed to become one of the show's breakout stars.
He's built on that with Mama and Headhunters, and now seems poised for Hollywood domination. Bring it on, frankly. Despite being a two-time Oscar winner and leading man for over 20 years, Denzel Washington isn't really the Hollywood type. He — like the characters he often excels in — is more the down-to-Earth, stay-at-home type, and it's that steadiness of purpose and good sense that makes him all the more awesome.
Poor Mark Ruffalo is the lowest-placed Avenger unless you count his alter-ego Hulk, who didn't make the cut but we doubt he's too upset. The loveably crumpled, environmentally aware and thoroughly down-to-earth star has far bigger fish to fry, between campaigning to outlaw fracking and returning to Avengers 2 as Bruce Banner once more. As much as people like to gossip about his personal life and beliefs, let's get one thing clear: Tom Cruise is cool.
He's an insanely huge mega-star, a thrill-seeking daredevil who lives to climb high things and race fast things and, by all s, a caring and charismatic guy who goes out of his way to be nice to fans. As the star of one of the biggest franchises ever, you'd forgive Daniel Radcliffe for being at least a tiny bit of a Need hot male action.
And yet he's one of the nicest, most down-to-Earth men in show business, hard-working and apparently near egoless. Now that Potter's behind him and he's proven himself onstage on and with The Woman In Black, we look forward to seeing what he does next.
He's like a one-man United Nations. As well as speaking about eleventy billion languages, Mortensen has made films all over the world and unites the film industries of Spain, the US and Middle-earth. He also writes poetry and paints — ladies? If self-deprecation is an artform, Colin Firth is its Michelangelo. One of the great joys of seeing him win an Oscar for his fantastic turn in The King's Speech was watching Firth's outrageously humble and amusing speeches at a variety of awards shows. But the sad fact is, we don't believe a word of them. He's really that great. We pause here for a moment to pay tribute to that wet shirt.
He's a poet, a student, a director, a comedian, an artist and generally the busiest man in Hollywood. It's hard to remember the days when James Franco was just a teen heartthrob type; now he's turning his hand to everything. Just don't ask him to host the Oscars, and you should be fine.
As Jude Law ages slightly his handsomeness levels have shifted from blinding to merely overwhelming, and it's only helping him tackle more interesting roles and have a bit more fun in life. We can also tell you, based on his visit to Empire for a webchat earlier this year, that he smells absolutely great. World-weariness, a biting wit and a withering way with sarcasm can, it turns out, be crazy hot. Alan Rickman remains a perennial favourite in these votes note that he is the second highest-placed Potter alum, behind only Pattinson and that's because he's a classy gent. Technically, he's a film star because of My Bloody Valentine and the like, but let's be real: Ackles is here because Supernatural's Dean Winchester is one of the most compellingly complicated and searingly hot characters ever to grace a screen big or small.
His best friend is an angel and he drives a cool car, but that's just a bonus. This man has no shame. That seems about right: he's simultaneously intensely likeable and a bit cuddly while also having hidden, dark depths. It makes him the perfect foil for Benedict Cumberbatch's Sherlock Holmes, but also the ideal Bilbo and, increasingly, a sex symbol in his own right. The young, hot dwarf in The Hobbit's company has played just about every supernatural beastie going, up to and including a Romantic poet.
And no wonder: he's far too handsome to be an honest-to-goodness human being. There must have been some sort of mistake. So that's a vampire, a dwarf and a werewolf then. Witty, profoundly self-deprecating, genuinely funny and a little bit of a geek — what's not to love about Andrew Garfield? The Social Network saw him break through in Hollywood, but it was his turn as a simultaneously cocky-yet-unsure Spider-Man and his sizzling chemistry with Emma Stone's Gwen Stacy that cemented his appeal.
Hollywood born and bred, Gyllenhaal had Paul Newman to teach him to drive and only got cooler from there. With those supernaturally blue eyes, the body of an action hero and the sensibilities of a '70s character actor, he's Need hot male action getting more interesting as he gets older. Otherwise, consider this story of his 30th birthday. He first thundered onto the consciousness of the world outside New Zealand as Eomer in The Lord Of The Rings, looking all heroic and just a little bit rough.
Lately he's been taking over sci-fi, with Dredd finally giving AD's finest the film he Need hot male action and Star Trek seeing Urban prove he's the real McCoy as Kirk's conscience. If there's a third film, please ensure he gets more to do. Dredd never takes his hat off and Eomer needs conditioner. How much more do you need?! Pace is maybe the least famous person on this list, despite being a delight in Pushing Daisies and stealing scenes as Garrett in the Twilight finale admittedly, not that hard when you've got good hair and the Cullens are stuck with those wigs.
Now he's in The Hobbit, expect him to go stellar pretty darn fast — if, that is, he can get past his own blond fright wig. Just, please, not Fernando Wood from Lincoln. This summer saw Leonardo DiCaprio play the gilded, gorgeous Jay Gatsby to wide acclaim, and on some levels it seemed like he was playing himself: well-dressed, rich, gorgeous, surrounded by beautiful women.
But DiCaprio's more talented than Gatsby, more moral witness his environmental work and less self-destructive, thank goodness. But right now it's probably Gatsby, for the impeccable weekend attire and slicked hair. The "strutting" one is probably the funniest. Poor Sweden. A glut of smart, complex thrillers had finally convinced us that maybe the country wasn't just full of tall, blond sex-objects, and then Alexander Skarsgard hit screens in True Blood and the entire nation was once again reduced to a shallow, sexy stereotype.
That grin, so infectious Need hot male action the CDC should probably take a look, is at the heart of McGregor's appeal. There's a fair argument, in fact, that if he'd smiled more in the Star Wars prequels we could have overlooked the whole Jar Jar thing.
In any case, the Scot's perennial appeal shows little of fading, and his acting's only getting better — witness The Impossible for proof. Let's keep it clean and suggest man's man, ladies man and man-about-town Catcher Block in Down With Love.
The once and future Legolas has taken a break from big-screen leading roles in the last couple of years — but clearly he's still very much in your hearts. Perhaps it's his daredevil ways, which Need hot male action seen him break nearly as many bones as Jackie Chan. It's probably just his perfect looks though. Arguably the coolest person on this list, Gordon-Levitt is a bit of a rock star. But not the sort who smashes guitars onstage; more the kind who wears skinny jeans and has a working knowledge of Kerouac.
A music producer and film director as well as one of the better actors around, growing up to be Bruce Willis is the least we expect. One day, Ryan Reynolds will star in a film that's as good as his interviews and the world will be better for it. In the meantime, his mega-watt charm, perfect six-pack and insane handsomeness will continue to sustain the fan-faithful, while they wait for a script with lines to fit his smart-ass delivery. You sick puppies; we're pretty sure M Mikkelsen is here because of his so-hot-right-now role as Hannibal Lecter on TV.
There he plays a sophisticate, an aesthete, a gourmet — oh, and a serial killer. But the fine young cannibal has played a Bond villain, a queen's lover and a mute Viking warrior with equal aplomb, all helped by those razor cheekbones and intense eyes. The first billion-dollar Bond looks as good in swimming trunks as he does in a tuxedo which is saying quite a lotand gives the role an edge of menace and melancholy that has made the spy more popular than ever.
But it's more than this: if Her Majesty trusts him enough to jump out of a helicopter with him alongside, who are we to quibble with his appeal? You have to love a man with confidence like that. We already knew about the dance ability and the aw-shucks charm. What has only become clear in the last couple of years, however, is that Channing Tatum is multi-talented, working with Soderbergh, moving into production and proving that he's really, really funny in 21 Jump Street.
You didn't notice? You were too busy perving over Magic Mike, weren't you? That opening to Ginuwine's Pony left most of the cinema gaping. Gerard Butler was back in action-mode for the first time in what felt like ages for Olympus Has Fallen earlier this year, and it reminded us all how much we like him when he's kicking ass and taking names.
Now a producer as well as a leading man, Butler's star is still in the ascendant The Hurt Locker brought Renner to the limelight after years of supporting roles, and suddenly he was everywhere. He did the suave spy thing in Mission: Impossible, the more brutal operative schtick in The Bourne Legacy and then he cemented the whole thing as Hawkeye, the cool, quiet member of the Avengers Need hot male action the sleeveless top.
For the record, however, this only holds when he's not being possessed by an alien entity. He's not going to be the funniest or lightest guy around except maybe in Gotham but Christian Bale compensates with a scorching intensity that makes him searingly hot. And boy, that mid-Atlantic accent goes back a long way. We doubt it. That's because he's insanely, outrageously handsome, pleasantly deep-voiced, apparently cultured check out his eternal love of architectureclearly charitable and perfectly paired with one of the coolest women alive.
That makes him, officially, Middle-earth's sexiest dwarf indeed, denizenand it's all thanks to eyes like ice chips and one of those voices that bypasses the higher parts of the brain and goes straight for the instinctive bits.Need hot male action
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