15 Hot Chicks From Sports Flicks

While we prefer real-life hot athletes over the pretend ones, we're not too picky. With Lay the Favorite and Playing for Keeps in theaters—both of which boast a few hotties each—we're reminded that the sports babes in the movies can be just as enticing as their IRL counterparts. Take a look at the 15 hottest chicks from recent sports flicks.

Laura Prepon, Lay the Favorite The former That '70s Show actress joins up with Bruce Willis and Rebecca Hall for a movie about the seedier, gambling-related side of athletics.

Jessica Biel, Playing for Keeps The film is about a former athlete turned kids soccer coach (Gerard Butler) who hits on his players' moms. We're assuming Biel is one of said parents.

Jamie Chung, Premium Rush Though not technically a movie about organized sports, Premium Rush features a lot of people riding bicycles, as well as a lot of Jamie Chung.

Abigail Spencer, Chasing Mavericks This California-based surfing flick finds Abigail Spencer playing the wife of a big-wave surfer. As if the guy wasn't lucky enough already, Gerard Butler plays the surfer.

Lenora Crichlow, Fast Girls Best known for her role on the BBC series Being Human, Lenora Crichlow plays a world-class track athlete in this British film.

Rebecca Hall, Lay the Favorite Hall plays the film's protagonist, Beth Raymer, in a film based on the real Raymer's memoirs about her time working in the world of sports gambling. And, you know, stripping.

Zulay Henao, Fighting Henao plays a waitress who hooks up with an amateur fighter. Between the fighting and the Henao, this sounds like a hell of a movie.

Amber Heard, Never Back Down She doesn't back down a single time in the movie.

Dania Ramirez, Premium Rush The film finds Ramirez playing a professional bike messenger, which we're guessing is how she got those legs.

Alison Pill, Goon Believe it or not, she doesn't play the goon.

Amy Adams, The Fighter Adams may have been at her hottest ever as a slightly trashy Boston girl with a penchant for denim mini-skirts.

Catherine Zeta-Jones, Playing for Keeps Jones plays a soccer mom who pursues Gerard Butler's character (her son's soccer coach) in Playing for Keeps. Where do we sign up for these coaching jobs?

Sarah Wright, Touchback Touchback pretty much flew under the radar when it was released earlier this year. You're more likely to have seen Wright as Rob Lowe's painfully hot ex-girlfriend on Parks and Recreation.

Sarah Habel, Whip It Habel doesn't have a huge roll in this Drew Barrymore-directed film about roller derby enthusiasts, but it was enough to make her memorable.

Jennifer Morrison, Warrior Disappointingly, this was not a Xena remake.

 

 

 

 

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