TOP 10 HOTTEST MALE MOVIE SUPERHEROES
Script written by Alex Crilly-Mckean Spider Man, Captain America, Thor, Star-Lord, Wolverine, Iron Man, Black Panther, Doctor Strange, Hawkeye, Falcon, Cyclops and Superman are the hottest male movie superheroes of all time! We’ve based on the most attractive male superheroes, as well as the actors who play them. Keep in mind, we won’t be including any villains, so sorry to Loki fans
Top 10 Hottest Male Movie Superheroes
In or out of their costumes, these heroes bring the heat. Welcome to WatchMojo.com and today we are counting down our picks for the top ten hottest male movie superheroes.
For this list, we’ll be looking at the most attractive male superheroes, as well as the actors who play them. Keep in mind, we won’t be including any villains, so Loki's tricks will have to wait another day.
#10: Andrew Garfield as Spider-Man
Don't get us wrong; Tom Holland is definitely a contender for the hottest Spider-Man, but since he does play a 15-year-old Peter Parker, he's got a LOT of time to impress us. And say what you will about the overall quality of the short-lived “Amazing Spider-Man” series, but Sony’s second attempt at a Spidey franchise had one good thing going for it: Andrew Garfield. As a huge Spider-fan in his own right, Garfield's enthusiasm for playing the role shone through as both Peter Parker and his alter-ego. He also brought wit and a more mainstream brand of nerdy to the table that we couldn’t help but enjoy. The relationship he shared with Emma Stone’s Gwen Stacy was palpable and sweet, and sold us on the fact that beneath the terrible jokes this Spider-Man was a sweetheart.
#9: Chadwick Boseman as Black Panther
Hail to the king. Surrounded by the rest of the Avengers as well as having to share the spotlight with a brand new Spider-Man, it was going to be a struggle for T’Challa of Wakanda to stand out in his debut. As it happens, he stole every scene he was in thanks to Chadwick Boseman’s badass yet alluring take on the monarch. Whether he’s busting out the vibranium claws or enticing us with that accent of his, this is one kitty we can’t wait to see make a return in his solo cinematic outing.
#8: Benedict Cumberbatch as Doctor Strange
Cumberbitches love them some Cumberbatch, so you can imagine the frenzied reaction when the Sherlock star suited up and stepped into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Unsurprisingly he knocked it out of the park as the surgeon turned sorcerer supreme. With his mastery of the mystic arts going hand in hand with his enjoyably inflated ego, it’s fair to say that the good doctor managed to make Cumberbitches of all of us yet again, and converted a few new ones as well. Equal parts genius, tragic and oh so entertaining, he's magically delicious!
#7: Ben Affleck as Batman
There were a fair amount of naysayers when it was announced that the star of Gigli and Good Will Hunting was going to be taking up the mantle of the Caped Crusader. But, this was far from another Daredevil fiasco. Not only did the Oscar winner bring the darkness and grit of a much older Batman to the fray, but also his overwhelming bulk. We’re not saying Christian Bale didn’t make for an excellent Dark Knight, but he never had a beefy shirtless training montage.
#6: Robert Downey Jr. as Iron Man
Without Tony Stark we wouldn’t have the Avengers, and without RDJ the MCU would undoubtedly not be the juggernaut it is today. As everyone’s favourite genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist, Tony Stark brought with him near endless amounts of humour and narcissism, not to mention the tragedy. As a truly conflicted individual with a desire to make up for the wrongs of his past, we can’t help but be captivated by him in every scene he’s in. Whether it’s at the forefront or in a never-ending series of cameos, Iron Man manages to make us laugh and blush both in and out of the suit.
#5: Chris Pratt as Peter Quill aka Star-Lord
Defying all expectations with their arrival on the big screen, the Guardian's success was spearheaded by Peter Quill’s magnetic personality as the galaxy’s most unlucky outlaw. Whether he’s making an ass of himself, flirting with every species in the cosmos or finding the unlikely hero within, Star-Lord easily managed to make us fall in love with this space-faring franchise as well as 70s music. All this wouldn’t be possible without Chris Pratt’s natural charisma, that and his surprising transformation from Andy Dwyer to Leader of the Guardians. Now’s that what we call hooked on a feeling.
#4: Hugh Jackman as Wolverine
For nearly twenty years the mutant from down under has given us the definitive portrayal of the X-Men’s resident adamantium-clawed death machine. While an actor may come along in the future who can also bring depth to Logan’s tortured character, it’s pretty clear that they’ll have their work cut out given Huge Jackman’s iconic depiction. Whether it’s channelling his bestial side, giving glimpses into his numerous emotional scars or just letting those muscles rip, this Aussie ‘is’ the Wolverine. Besides, no one says bub quite like he does... bub.
#3: Henry Cavill as Superman
While no one will ever capture the honest, boy-scout nature that came from Christopher Reeve’s immortal portrayal of the Man of Steel, Henry Cavill has certainly made his mark. Aside from just looking like the Last Son of Krypton due to his impressive build, he was also able to give us a modern take on Clark Kent’s desire to find a place in the world. He might have been pushed to the side slightly when taking on the Bat, but with those rippling muscles, tight super-suit, and chiselled features, Supes is never that far from attention.
#2: Chris Hemsworth as Thor
Thor, but not complaining. Looking like he stepped right out of Norse mythology, the literal thunder from down under has managed to set fire to a lot of hearts in recent years. Aside from an incredible Asgardian physique, the way the middle Hemsworth manages to bring out Thor’s raw honesty and naivety makes the character wholly lovable. He loves nothing more than a good bit of merriment, and has an overwhelming desire to protect both worlds from harm. Even when he gets his hair cut and is tossed into a gladiatorial arena, he still manages to pull off the ruggedly cute combo.
Before we reveal our number one pick, here are a few honourable mentions.
James Marsden as Cyclops
Anthony Mackie as Falcon
Jeremy Renner as Hawkeye
#1: Chris Evans as Captain America
We could probably go on all day about how Cap’s super-soldier body makes us see stars and stripes, but many of today's fans admire the First Avenger due to the man underneath. He may be as patriotic as can be, but thanks to Chris Evan’s performance he manages to paint Captain America as a relevant, humble and conscientious man who is always pushing to do the right thing. He may have his fair share of flaws, but his unmoving determination to stand up for truth, justice and all of that good stuff makes him undeniably attractive. After all, who doesn’t love a man in uniform? Especially that uniform!
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