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Elizabeth Debicki -- The Great Gatsby: Not to detract from the ethereal beauty of Carey Mulligan or the earthier ginger hotness of Isla Fisher, but Debicki as golfer Jordan Baker has an angular grace that suits the 20s to a t. In fact, she's got a young Mira Sorvino thing going on and while Sorvino played an awful Daisy Buchanan, she looked great doing it.
Eric West -- World War Z: I'm not sure we'll have much opportunity in this gritty zombie flick to appreciate all Eric West has to offer. But this whip thin relative of Smokey Robinson has a lot to offer, not just on the soundtrack.
Elsa Pataky -- Fast And Furious 6: Pataky showed up in the surprisingly enjoyable Fast 5 and will return in the sixth installment in this resurrected franchise. If accents do uncomfortable things to you, you're in luck here.
Jillian Morgese -- Much Ado About Nothing: Thought Hero spends most of Shakespeare's play in the background, Morgese's gangly giraffe-like beauty makes in impression. Remember, the last chick to play Hero did pretty well for herself.
Caleb Landry Jones -- Byzantium: Not your cup of tea? That's fine, move it along. But there is a market for weird, alien-looking androgynous young men. See: Redmayne, Eddie and Rhys Meyers, Jonathan. Landry Jones has gone from a Weasley-looking kid ("Friday Night Lights," X-Men: First Class) to full-blown Byron in the last few years. Tumblr, beware.
Rebecca Buller -- Man Of Steel: I think most of us are pretty excited by the fact that Jimmy Olsen will, in this iteration, be Jenny Olsen. It helps that Rebecca Buller is an absolute girl-next-door cutie. Brie-tastic.
Ruth Wilson -- The Lone Ranger: If you're thinking "she's not new," good on you. You've watched "Luther" (and/or that "Jane Eyre"). I approve. If you're thinking "she doesn't belong on a "hot" list, her face is all froggy-like. BAM. BUSTED. You haven't watched "Luther" yet. BAD, READER. Very bad. Wilson is a g-d sexual predator (not in the Chris Hansen way). I'm delighted she's getting mainstream work. Not sure, however, that this project will properly highlight her intensely seductive qualities.
Svetlana Khodchenkova -- The Wolverine: Is there any name more Summer Blockbuster Hottie-sounding than Svetlana? I'm more than a little excited to watch her take on Hugh Jackman.
Sullivan Stapleton -- 300: Rise Of An Empire: In case you were just internally bemoaning the lack of dudes on this list, fear not. This right here is the beefcake motherlode. With a slew of scantily clad newcomers to choose from, you'll be well taken care of. Remember, the original 300 blessed us with our first glimpse of the Fassboard abs.
Lyndsy Fonseca -- Kick Ass 2: Listen, bad news folks. Chloe Grace Moretz is still only 16. Cold comfort? Fonesca is 26. So funnel your urges thisaway if you please. Thanks.
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