Your Definitive Guide to the Hot Men of Dunkirk
The Men of Dunkirk
From A-listers to newcomers, Christopher Nolan's new World War II epic features a talented—and handsome—cast of men in uniform.
Challenged by Nolan to act with his face covered by a pilot's mask for most of the film, Hardy, 39, still managed to captivate from the cockpit of his character's Spitfire.
“I thought let’s see what he can do with no forehead, no real eyebrows, maybe one eye,” Nolan told the Press Association.
“Of course Tom, being Tom, what he does with single eye acting is far beyond what anyone else can do with their whole body."
Styles' highly anticipated acting debut was kept highly secretive by the studio.
So when pictures of the One Direction singer, 23, in character finally dropped, the internet was sent into a frenzy as fans reacted to his short new hairdo.
Styles fans were out in force when it came to the press tour. The singer had the crowd shrieking at the film's New York City premiere.
Another newcomer to the big screen, the London-born Whitehead was working in a coffee shop just a few years ago.
The 20-year-old provoked the second-loudest fan screams of the night at the premiere— just after Mr. Styles, of course.
Move over, Tom Hardy! Scottish actor Lowden, 27, steals some of the veteran actor's shine as another heroic pilot.
And he looks great as a bearded civilian, too! Lowden also stars as singer Morrissey in a new biopic, England Is Mine.
Seated to the left next to Whitehead, Barnard, 30, plays the quiet Gibson. The character's suspicious silence only ends up adding to his mysterious appeal.
The Welsh actor played King Richard III in The White Queen.
As the optimistic foil to Cillian Murphy's moody soldier, Glynn-Carney, 22, helps his onscreen dad Mark Rylance head out to sea.
Surprise! The English actor, a newcomer to the big screen, stepped out at the London premiere sporting a strinking red 'do, looking just as handsome as he did with his perfectly coiffed blonde hair in the movie.
Keoghan has an unexpected perk in the film — he's the only character whose name is said enough to remember! The actor steals hearts as the lovable George, a simple lad who just wants to be remembered for doing something great.
The Irish actor, 24, next stars with Nicole Kidman and Colin Farrell in The Killing of a Sacred Deer, which earned raves at the Cannes Film Festival and opens this fall.
Though the actor spends most of the movie as a nameless shell-shocked soldier -- he's actually credited as "Shivering Soldier" in the film -- Murphy is key to one of the film's main storylines.
The Irish actor, 41, earned acclaim in 28 Days Later, along with Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy and Inception.
D'Arcy's Colonel Winnant gives voice to the armed forces' panic as they struggle to bring the stranded soldiers home.
The Englishman, 41, is known for roles on TV's Agent Carter and Broadchurch.
The veteran actor-director delivers some of Durkirk's most emotional moments in the film as Commander Bolton, the Navy officer in charge of getting the young soldiers home.
The five-time Oscar nominee and renowned British theater actor-director, 56, knows his way around a red carpet. Next up, he stars in and directs this fall's Murder on the Orient Express.
Last but far from least is reigning Best Supporting Actor Oscar winner Mark Rylance, who could land another nomination as a civilian who risks his life to save soldiers.
The English actor, 57, sported his signature fedora at the premiere.