The Lust List
Go sightseeing! But forget the road trips — you need only visit a movie theater or find a television for this season’s most exciting attractions.
Zac Efron, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates, July 8
Surely you must know by now that any movie with Efron is a natural aphrodisi-zac.
Dave Franco, Nerve, July 27
To play a handsome, cyber-stranger, James’ little brother must have spent at least 127 hours on the bench press alone.
Rami Malek, Mr. Robot
Never has a basement-dwelling computer geek been such a bona fide hunk.
Alexander Skarsgård, The Legend of Tarzan, July 1
Finally, a real front-runner for the cover of Sports Illustrated’s loincloth issue.
Aaron Tveit, Braindead
Falling for Aaron Tveit as Washington, D.C. aide Gareth Ritter is a no-brainer.
Edgar Ramirez, Hands of Stone, August 26
We’d usually encourage boxers to have a clean fight, but we’re willing to look the other way for this knockout.
Kyle Chandler, Bloodline
Coach Taylor as detective John Rayburn? Take us in for questioning!
Jessie T. Usher, Independence Day, Resurgence, July 24
Pledge your allegiance to Will Smith’s character’s son, played by a Survivor’s Remorse star whom we have no remorse about Googling over and over.
Ryan Gosling, The Nice Guys, May 20
Hey girl, we’ll take Ryan Gosling in any capacity, but a retro Gos wearing ’70s fashion as he fights for his family? Sign us up.
B.J. Britt, UnREAL
How B.J. Britt’s well-suited UnREAL character Darius Beck is still a bachelor is mind-boggling.
The Rock, Central Intelligence, June 17
Accompanied by his bulging biceps, Dwayne Johnson is here to save the day and steal our hearts.
Chris Hemsworth, Ghostbusters, July 15
Nothing soothes the soul after a stressful day of busting ghosts like the sight of Chris Hemsworth as Kevin, the world’s dreamiest assistant.
Sam Heughan, Outlander
Because who can pull off a kilt better than Sam Heughan?