List of the sexiest characters in film history. The most sexy characters in movies can be both lead characters, in a starring role, or actresses in a supporting role. Who are the sexiest film characters?
For better or worse, we explore our emotions through film. The way that certain movies can tap into our need for acceptance, our quests for adventure, and even our curiosity around danger is the reason why an entire audience can have a similar reaction to a scene. And depending on the circumstances, some film characters can help us navigate the tenuous positions of being heroines in our own lives, too.
The red headed sexy secretary all men wish they could have at reception. She is smart and organized and looks good in formal wear. Just as the movie title says she is the girl next door but with a rather naughty background that makes her all the more alluring. The ultimate in geek fantasy.
Jessica Alba in Sin City. Last week we looked at some of the sexiest male characters of all time but forget about Tyler Durden and Jack Sparrow as we have some smoking hot female characters to take a look at. Over the years there have been some truly stunning women that have graced the big screen and they have brought some terrific characters to life.
The Character: The sexy older lady who leads a pair of teenage boys down a road of sexual discovery. Needless to say, they cannot believe their luck. Sexiest Quality: The free-spirited nature that inspires her decision to join their road trip in the first place.
OK, maybe not everyone the White Walkers aren't exactly lookersbut it's fair to say most of the cast are more 'Gods be good' than 'All men must die' in the looks department. Here, then, are the hottest from a very hot bunch. Just a shame more of them aren't still alive.
Our favourite, of course, are the femme fatales — women who are as deadly as they are beautiful. Sexy Style: A jaw-dropping bikini to show off her incredible curves, plus six-foot python accessory around the neck. Pucker up. Infatuated Detective Curran Michael Douglas best watch his bonce.
Female writersactors and directors have complained about gender discrimination in the industry, but producer Ross Putnam started the Twitter handle femscriptintros Tuesday to highlight just how pervasive it is. The handle tweets out the ways that women characters are introduced in movie and television scripts, which are startlingly ageist, sexist and objectifying. In his tweets, Putnam changes all the character names to Jane.
As Alex Forrest, Glenn Close showed a generation of would-be adulterers that an affair could cost you a lot more than just your marriage. Sword-wielding assassin O-Ren Oshii is the epitome of beauty, poise and grace. But crossing her reveals a bad temper, foul mouth and penchant for decapitation. Seductress and all-around bad seed, Poison Ivy uses her feminine wiles and plant derivatives to bring Batman to his knees.