'The Man From U.N.C.L.E.' Is Full of Unreasonably Attractive People

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The new trailer for the action comedy The Man From U.N.C.L.E. hit the web this week, and it is readily apparent that it might be filled with the absolute hottest people imaginable.
The film, set in the 1960s, stars Henry Cavill as CIA superspy Napoleon Solo who has to team up with KGB prodigy Illya Kuryakin, played by Armie Hammer. Alicia Vikander co-stars as Gabby Teller, while Elizabeth Debicki plays the devious femme fatale Victoria Vinciguerra.
Seriously, it's crazy how hot all these people are. Just look at their faces!
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Sometimes it's hard to tell if it's the clothes that make everyone look so attractive.
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The dresses were sexier in the '60s, the suits were sexier…
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The undergarments were lacier…
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Even the 1960s sunglasses were hotter.
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And then there's Armie Hammer as a Russian agent, and that's just ridiculous. How does one keep their hair so well groomed on a motorcycle?
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Or while aiming a gun to blow someone away?
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And here's the part where Armie Hammer beats a dude to death with a motorcycle. In the rain.
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Later, he looks just as menacing playing chess.
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Clearly, Alicia Vikander is into him.
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But Henry Cavill doesn't even need to show his entire face to look amazing.
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It's all in the eyes.
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And just look at him put his smile and his Superman jaw to good use.
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Really, it doesn’t even matter if this movie is good or bad, because in the end it will still be fun watching great actors fighting each other and looking good doing it.
Plus, it kind of looks like Mad Men with machine guns, and that's something that should already be a TV show.

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