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.
He's built on that with Mama and Headhunters, and now seems poised for Hollywood domination. 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.
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.
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 accounts, 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 diva.