Total Nerd The Sexiest Scenes in Comic Book Movies  

Rhune Kincaid
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Superhero movies are ripe for sexy scenes. They cast the best looking people in the world and squeeze them into tight-fitting and revealing costumes. It's a formula that practically prints money. However, the movies focus on action, are mostly rated PG-13, and thanks to their bloated budgets, have to appeal to wide audiences who may still suffer from an inexplicable aversion to the filming of female nipples.

Despite these conflicting objectives, filmmakers have managed to offer up plenty of sizzle and you'll find the best of it in this list of the sexiest scenes in superhero movies. There aren't too many overtly sexy comic book movies, but there are plenty of sexy scenes in comic book movies, so we're rounded them up here.

Vote up the hottest scenes from comic book and superhero movies below. Just remember, there's nothing kinky about grown adults slapping each other around in spandex costumes. 
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Jon Favreau directed a film that required Scarlett Johansson to grapple him and strip in the back of the car he was driving. You know, for the artistic value.

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Scarlett Johansson can fight a bunch of guys while tied to a chair and still look amazing. 

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January Jones is stuck to a bed, but uses her diamond form to foil James McAvoy's Xavier. 

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This is the closest you're going to get to seeing Jessica Alba naked in a movie. She wouldn't even go nude when she played a stripper in Sin City. But that doesn't stop her from looking damn good in every movie she's in. 

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#74 on The Best Superhero Movies Ever Made

#78 on The Greatest Comic Book Movies of All Time

#39 on The Best Superhero Movie Sequels

#95 on The Best Movie Sequels Ever Made

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