Wonder Woman is released in Irish cinemas today, and excitement for this film has been building all week within the office. Those who've seen it have been talking about Gal Gadot and Chris Pine, who both deliver excellent performances.
This got us talking about our favourite Hollywood Chris, and who leads the back between Pratt, Hemsworth, Evans and Pine. We couldn't possibly decide, so we're asking you to choose your favourite and crown a winner in our unofficial Hollywood Chris Olympics. Make sure to cast your vote below:
Blockbuster credentials: Chris Pratt transformed himself into a blockbuster star when he took on the role of Peter Quill in 2014's Guardians of the Galaxy. The role was a surprise smash and launched as Pratt as a leading man. The same year he also voiced Emmet in another surprise hit, The Lego Movie. Since then he's appeared in Jurassic World, The Magnificent Seven and big budget flop, Passengers, alongside Jennifer Lawrence.
Other work: Pratt began his acting career with a string of TV roles, playing Bright Abbott in Everwood and Che in The O.C. His big break came in 2009 when he was cast as Andy Dwyer in Amy Poehler led comedy series Parks and Recreation. He played the dim but lovable character for six years, while working on movie projects on the side. He famously lost 30kg to take on a role as a Navy Seal in Zero Dark Thirty, which helped propel him to superstardom. He has also taken on supporting roles in Moneyball and Her.
Outside of film: He is married to actress Anna Faris and they are parents to an adorable 4 year old son, Jack. When not working he enjoys taking fishing trips with his son, supporting his beloved Seattle Seahawks, and also spends time visiting sick kids in hospital. AWWWWW.
Blockbuster credentials: Chris Hemsworth hit Hollywood in 2009 when he landed the role of George Kirk, James' father, in the 2009 reboot of Star Trek. Two years later, he made his debut as Thor and became a crucial part of the Marvel universe. In 2012, Avengers Assemble was released which raised his profile even further. His other blockbuster work has been more of a mixed bag. 2012's Snow White and The Huntsman was a success but its 2016 sequel, The Huntsman: Winter's War, was a critical and commercial failure.
Other work: Like all good Australian actors, Hemsworth began his career with roles on Neighbours and Home and Away. He had a small guest starring role on Neighbours before moving to Summer Bay where he played Kim Hyde for three years. Outside of Star Trek and the MCU he has taken on dramatic roles in Rush (2013), In The Heart of the Sea (2015) and Michael Mann directed Blackhat (2015) and also shown comedic ability in Vacation (2015) and Ghostbusters (2016).
Outside of film: Hemsworth is married to Spanish actress Elsa Pataky (from the Fast and Furious films), and they have a five year old daughter and three year old twin boys. He spends a lot of time with his family, as well as working out and supporting causes like the protest against the Dakota Access Pipeline. His older and younger brothers, Luke and Liam, are also actors.
Blockbuster credentials: Chris Evans was way ahead of the game when it came to superhero films, making his world saving debut in 2005's Fantastic Four alongside Jessica Alba, Michael Chiklis and Ioan Gruffudd. That franchise fell flat after the 2007 sequel, and Evans was out of the blockbuster business until he made his appearance as Captain America in 2011's The First Avenger. Since then he's gone on to star in two sequels, and two Avengers films.
Other work: Evans started out on shortlived TV series Opposite Sex way back in 2000, this lead to roles in teen centred films Not Another Teen Movie and The Perfect Score. A year before Captain America, he appeared in Scott Pilgrim vs. The World as Lucas Lee. His Marvel schedule hasn't allowed much time for other projects, but he managed to fit in 2013's Snowpiercer and Gifted, which will be released in Ireland later this month.
Outside of film: Chris Evans is very outspoken on Twitter, supporting climate changes and environmental causes, speaking out against racism, and clashing with Trump and his supporters. He also directed the 2014 flick Before We Go.
Blockbuster credentials: In addition to his role in Wonder Woman, Chris Pine became the youngest ever actor to lead a Star Trek film when he landed the role of Captain Kirk in 2009's franchise reboot. He's also appeared in the two squeals, Into Darkness and Beyond. In 2014 he starred as the titular character in Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit, however that failed to spark public interest and a sequel was never made.
Other work: Pine's first film role was opposite Anne Hathaway in Princess Diaries 2, and he went on to star opposite Lindsay Lohan in the 2006 film Just My Luck. Last year he starred in the critically acclaimed Hell or High Water, which picked up four Oscar nominations. In addition to his film work, he has appeared on Wet Hot American Summer and Rashida Jones series Angie Tribeca.
Outside of film: Chris Pine is a pretty private guy, and doesn't have any public social media accounts and tries to avoid sharing personal details in his interviews.