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WHO IS THE FAIREST OF THEM ALL?
Is it Henry Cavill with his cheekbones so defined?
Or is it Ryan Reynolds whose smile can melt minds?
Is it Idris Elba with his epic snarky grin?
Or is it Luke Evans whose so hot he makes me sin?
.. or is it Michael B. Jordan who - ah fuck I don't have anymore people to rhyme with. Sorry Mike.
Michael B. Jordan
As if picking between two children wasn't hard enough with Armitage and Evans I am now faced with an even more difficult task.
It's another Tolkien showdown with two of the series' fan favorites in both character form and the actors themselves.
In one corner we have the rough and rugged Karl Urban who's shattered geek minds with mindbending performances in not just The Lord of the Rings OR Dredd but fucking Star Trek as well. He is one with the geek community and firmly has his finger on the pulse of Hollywood after breaking out with his role of Eomer. Sure, he might be known to many in the mainstream now after Star Trek and his recent TV series but a long time ago in a galaxy far far away Karl Urban was just a random actor cast in Peter Jackson's Tolkien epic. I still remember google searching his name to find out who would be playing one of my all-time favorite characters and pictures of him from Hercules was the first thing that popped up. Welp low and behold he absolutely killed it and that performance single-handedly kickstarted a career that's quickly climbing the Hollywood ladder.
Luke Evans on the other hand found a similar path with Tolkien fame but was actually pretty recognizable beforehand. He had a handful of supporting roles in large budget blockbuster fare as well as some TV appearances but it's the role of Bard that really cemented his standing as a potential leading man. It landed him not ONE but TWO franchises in the coming months as he'll be suiting up as both Dracula and The Crow. It's not secret that I adore Bard the Bowman and he's pretty much a champion of the people and his selfless heroices in The Hobbit were always one of the reasons I related to him in the same vein as Aragorn... so here we go.
TWO MIDDLE-EARTH BAD-ASSES
TWO GEEK HOTTIES