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KING Of All Schmoes
These guys can charm the fuck out of you with their comedic ways and showcase why laughter is the key to so many people's hearts. Whether it's Iron Man, Shaun of the Dead, Firefly, Parks and Rec, The 40 Year Old Virgin or 2 dozen other projects these five men will keep you in stitches from start to finish.
Oh and uh, they're not too bad to look at either.
Robert Downey Jr.
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For the final showdown I saved two of our favorite hunks coming from opposite ends of the spectrum.
Mr. Hardy burst onto the scene with an incredible performance in Bronson and then stole enough scenes in Inception to make him a fan favorite. He followed that up with performance in Warrior which was SNUBBED BY THE ACADEMY and a portrayal of Bane in The Dark Knight Rises that instantly became memorable. He's the total package when it comes to what you want in a leading man and he's easily one of the most talented actors working today.
ON THE OTHER SIDE you have the most improbable and amazing "rags to riches" Hollywood type of story when you think about it. Chris Pratt was your typical "hefty comedic male" stealing laughs on Parks and Rec for 5 years until he dropped the weight, bulked up, turned into a MEGA HOTTIE virtually overnight and is now leading two massive film franchises in Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy and Jurassic World. He's beyond likeable AND relatable which only adds to his charming persona and will most likely keep him in the game for a while.
Two fan favorites
Two leading men
These 5 men aren't just uber talented actors but they're also mega-hunks that make winning look that much better.
So which one was the most sizzling to take home an Academy Award?
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Two icons, two bonafide Hollywood A-listers and two men known to make the ladies (and the fellas) swoon for days.
In one corner you have Daniel Craig, the man whose career catapulted into superstardom back in 2006 when he took on the role of James Bond in Casino Royale, and he's been a one-man wrecking crew ever since. He graces us with a commanding screen presence that's the perfect blend of a "man's man" and a charmer, and we can get lost in his eyes for days. He's gearing up for his 4th portrayal of James Bond later this year and even though he's 44 there seems to be now slowing down this killer actor.
In the other corner you have Leonardo Dicaprio whose own career catapulted into superstardom a good 10 years earlier when he won the role of Jack Dawson in Titanic. While opinions on that movie may be split (translation: haters to the left) there's no denying he became a mega-icon overnight. After a rough patch of experimental flicks he took some time off and came back from hibernation in 2002's Gangs of New York, hitting his stride and never looking back since. He's garnered 5 Oscar Nominations, 9 Golden Globes and a career anyone would be jealous of as he's really done it all.
Two Men Enter
One Man Leaves