Movie Spies So Hot You’d Spill All Your Secrets to Them

Introduce us to your "secret agent," James Bond?

Natural thirst traps Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer play suave AF agents in The Man from U.N.C.L.E., which hits theaters nationwide this Friday. There’s something about Henry and Armie driving cars at lightning speed that takes their already-blistering hotness to new scorching heights. In fact, I have serious sunburn from the trailer alone. I’ll need a bottle of S.P.F. 50 to watch the actual film. Yes, the whole bottle, just for me.

But these two aren’t the only smoke-show spies that have appeared on the big screen. Of course, there’s James Bond, but don’t you remember Foxy Cleopatra, Ethan Hunt, and James Bourne? Nah? Allow me to refresh your memory. (Have a frosty glass of water handy.)

  • 1 Daniel Craig, James Bond
    Daniel is the most recent god to step into Mr. Bond’s shoes, starring in Casino Royale (2006),Quantum of Solace (2008), Skyfall (2012), and Spectre (2015). His vast chest is a better pillow than anything at Bed Bath & Beyond. (Those pecs!)

  • 2 Henry Cavill and Armie Hammer, Napoleon Solo and Illya Kuryakin
    Warner Bros. Pictures
    They play a CIA agent and a KGB operative forced to work together in The Man from U.N.C.L.E., which is actually a reboot of the 1964 TV series of the same name. They’re a Cold War-era odd couple, for sure, but there’s nothing odd about coupling their sexiness.

  • 3 Beyoncé, Foxy Cleopatra
    New Line Cinema
    B’s shining career moment was playing Austin Powers’ (Mike Myers) fabulous partner in Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002). Who can forget those shimmery gold outfits? Our eyes want to spy her all the damn time.

  • 4 Tom Cruise, Ethan Hunt
    Paramount Pictures
    Tom has starred in all of the Mission Impossible films, and homeboy still hasn’t lost the ability to cause casual orgasms with a subtle smolder.

  • 5 Antonio Banderas, Gregorio Cortez
    Buena Vista Pictures
    If you watched Spy Kids (2001) as a tyke, you probably didn’t realize how fiiiiiine Antonio was in it. Now that you’re grown, it’s all you’ll be able to think. Besides, of course, why am I watching a kids movie?

  • 6 Sean Connery, James Bond
    United Artists
    The original Bond lent his brooding masculinity to Dr. No (1962), From Russia with Love (1963), Goldfinger (1964), Thunderball (1965), You Only Live Twice (1967), Diamonds Are Forever (1971), and Never Say Never Again (1983). If you thought Daniel Craig was bae, look again. It’s all Sean, baby.

  • 7 Halle Berry, Giacinta “Jinx” Johnson
    OK, Die Another Day (2002) sucked, but you know what didn’t? Seeing Halle in this now-iconic bikini. It’s too bad that a Jinx spinoff never happened!

  • 8 Matt Damon, Jason Bourne
    Universal Studios
    Big D showed us his tough-guy skills in The Bourne Identity (2002), The Bourne Supremacy (2004), and The Bourne Ultimatum (2007). After watching bro do all of those crazy stunts, he’s def, def marriage material.

  • 9 Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, John and Jane Smith
    20th Century Fox
    Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005) really should have been called Waiting Impatiently For These THOTs to Screw, because the sexual tension in the film is off the charts. This might be the hottest spy flick to date, and it certainly solidifies Brangelina as the world’s most lustful couple.

  • 10 Pierce Brosnan, James Bond
    Pierce took Bond’s sixth shift, appearing in GoldenEye (1995), Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), The World Is Not Enough (1999), and Die Another Day. His voice alone is known to cause widespread pregnancies.

  • 11 Anne Hathaway, Agent 99
    Warner Bros. Pictures
    Don’t think we’re leaving out Anne’s babe-tastic turn in Get Smart (2008). You might say she “hath a way” with secret agency. Or, better yet, you might not say that at all.

  • 12 Wesley Snipes, Neil Shaw
    Morgan Creek
    A decade after starring as a studly operative in The Art of War (2000), Wesley went to prison for failing to file tax returns. Apparently the feds don’t consider giving the world copious amounts of sexiness a sufficient enough contribution to society.

  • 13 Ralph Fiennes and Uma Thurman, John Steed and Emma Peel
    Warner Bros.
    The Avengers (1998), the incoherent film version of the the 1960s British TV show, won a Razzie Award for “Worst Remake or Sequel” and a Stinkers Bad Movie Award for “Worst Resurrection of a TV Show,” but still, tell us you don’t want to play spy games with Ralph and Uma.

  • 14 Kevin Costner, Tom Farrell
    Orion Pictures
    Spoiler alert! At the end of No Way Out (1987), it’s revealed that Kevin’s U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander is actually a KGB mole sent to seduce the U.S. Secretary of Defense’s mistress and get secrets. In Navy whites he made the Cold War look hot AF.