t's a question as old as time. Which Hollywood Chris is the best Chris?
For those of you unfamiliar with this query, allow us to explain. There are currently four – read 'em, four Chrises dominating Hollywood.
There's Chrises Evans, Pratt, Hemsworth and Pine. With such a plethora of Chrises – nay, an abundance of shortened Christophers (which is a Greek name, btw, that means "christ bearer") – it's confoundingly difficult to point out which Hollywood Chris is indeed the best Chris.
After all, Chris Hemsworth is ever so swoonworthy.
Those eyes, that beard… that accent.
Even the way he donned glasses and played the cute secretary on Ghostbusters. In our eyes, Hemsworth is undoubtedly the hottest Chris.
But of course, there's Chris Pratt.
Who can forget his glow-up from schleppy sidekick in Parks and Rec to the scruffy, lovable hero of Guardians of the Galaxy. Of all the Chris’s, Pratt in undeniably the most snuggly.
But then, there's Chris Evans.
Blue-eyed, blonde-haired, all American. (Okay, so maybe all the Chrises exhibit these traits… except for Hemsworth, who, while blond-and-blue-eyed, is not in fact American) Evans, we would argue, is the blondest and most blue-eyed of them all.
The dude plays Captain America, and when he smiles, you swear his teeth sparkle. Evans is definitely a contender for best Hollywood Chris.
Just when you think the Chris train is in overdrive, Chris Pine steps into the mix.
Ah Chris Pine, those lovely, lovely eyes. Of all the Chrises, he’s got that blue-steel stare down pat. When he looks at you with those baby blues, it’s almost like he’s seducing you, even when he’s mid-fight, as he usually is in his role as Captain James T. Kirk.
People sometimes sleep on Chris Pine, but we certainly never will.
This week, the dilemma of the Hollywood Chrises reached its height when one Twitter user reached out to the most unexpected person ever for an answer – Deadpool.
Sorry, did we say Deadpool?
No, what we actually meant was Ryan Reynolds – another Hollywood figure with a very common name (although, the alliteration behind it is not so common).