Behind her in the top five are to be found Cameron Diaz, Sandra Bullock, Angelina Jolie and Charlize Theron.
Personally I find her interesting in a similar way to which I once found Megan Fox interesting.
She may also bear a resemblance to Megan Fox because in still photos she looks great, but she can't really move.
I'm absolutely sure that's Megan Fox's problem--more so than ever after catching some of Transformers 2--(I'm afraid to even try to watch Jonah Hex, because I like the comic), but I haven't seen enough of Stewart yet to say.
(She also makes a darned good blonde)
I do, however, have the oddest feeling that she would look good in a Spider-Man costume...
Not that Charlize Theron's shape is something that I loathe...
I have nothing to say about Meryl Streep (except that you're telling me she makes less than Parker? That can't be right).
And about Bridesmaids...I find that I like it a lot better in theory than I actually did onscreen.
I like the theory of, as Rotten Tomatoes put it,
a female-driven comedy that refuses to be boxed inI've even written one or two in my time, and I'm glad, as an idea, that this one was so successful.
But when it comes to actually seeing it...well, let me put it this way:
I don't like movies where men go around shitting in the street and in sinks. Imagine how I feel about one where women do.
I've thought she was good in other things, though, like Drew Barrymore's Whip It and even the MacGruber movie. I also felt she was particularly hot in Paul, of all things. Oh yes, and she's done some nice vocal work in animated films like How To Train Your Dragon.
I hope she's enjoying her success. But Bridesmaids? I just didn't feel it. Sorry.
On a completely different level, yes of course she's a sexy, good-looking woman.
But she probably needs to hurry up and show her full-frontal naked body in a movie soon, before people stop wanting to see it.
Or it stops being something she wants to have people see.