Ali (elderpricely) wrote in ohnotheydidnt,

ONTD Original: Actors Who Were Really Hot That One Time

temporarily original

In the same way there are actors who will always be defined by their one iconic role, some average men strike the right combination of lighting, styling, and/or youth and are hotter than they should be for one flash-in-the-pan moment. I'm not necessarily saying they're objectively unattractive otherwise, but these are the only roles of theirs that did it for me when I couldn't be bothered the rest of the time.

Colin Firth
Hot role: Mr. Darcy in Pride & Prejudice

Both of his expressions in this film make me want him to insult my family's status.

[As compared to...]

Kyle Chandler
Hot role: Coach Taylor on Friday Night Lights

A loyal husband and supportive father? A reliable mentor who practices what he preaches? Sometimes you need something outrageous to get the job done.

[As compared to...]

Karl Urban
Hot role: Éomer in The Lord of the Rings

There's a je ne sais quoi about the flaxen mane, the masterful riding, and the ultra-broad shoulders in Rohirric armor that can't be replicated in any of his other roles.

[As compared to...]

Robert Pattinson
Hot role: Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

He was cute and every tween could see it. Unlike some of my youthful missteps, this is a crush I can stand by even in hindsight.

[As compared to...]

Benedict Cumberbatch
Hot role: Smaug in The Hobbit(s)

I'm not saying I'd fuck a wealth hoarder dragon, but we could do phone stuff long distance.

[As compared to...]
Anything else.

SOURCE: My questionable taste and bad memory.
Tags: benedict cumberbatch, colin firth, friday night lights (nbc), hannibal (nbc), harry potter, karl urban, lord of the rings / the hobbit, mads mikkelsen, ontd original, robert pattinson
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