17 Seriously Sexy Sci-Fi Babes

If the future turns out to be anything like how the movies depict it, our descendants will be living in a bleak world filled with bloodthirsty aliens, war-torn landscapes and hyper-intelligent animals. Oh, and hot girls. Lots of hot girls. With Dredd opening this weekend, we figured it was about time to take a look at some of the hottest chicks from recent science fiction movies. Enjoy.

Olivia Thirlby, Dredd From the quirky world of Juno to the futuristic macho ass-kicking of Dredd, Olivia Thirlby is always a pleasure to watch on screen.

Jennifer Lawrence, Hunger Games Girl can work a bow like no one’s business.

Kate Beckinsale, Total Recall She played the bad guy, but we were secretly on her side.

Rachel Bilson, Jumper We haven’t seen her in much since The OC, and Jumper didn’t exactly launch her film career, but hey, she’s Rachel Bilson, man.

Amanda Seyfried, In Time Once you get past the trite dialogue and glaring plot holes, In Time is actually pretty enjoyable. Amanda Seyfried helps.

Lena Headey, Dredd In her Dredd makeup, Lena Headey looks like a malicious sci-fi crackhead with a penchant for murder. Still hot, though.

Freida Pinto, Rise of the Planet of the Apes In an alternative version of the screenplay, the apes were pissed off because Freida Pinto rejected their advances.

Olivia Wilde, Tron: Legacy No one pulls off a form-fitting leather jumpsuit quite like Olivia Wilde.

Alice Bragga, Predators In Predators, Alice Bragga plays a badass military sniper. There’s just something about girls with guns.

Brit Marling, Another Earth She’s pretty.

Rihanna, Battleship After Battleship flopped at the box office, the producers may or may not have considered changing the tagline to “Did we mention it has Rihanna?”

Charlize Theron, Prometheus We’d brave a dangerous alien planet for her any day.

Evangeline Lilly, Real Steel Hot girl + fighting robots = excellent movie-going experience

Marion Cotillard, Inception Even as a psycho killer dream fragment (or was she?) Marion Cotillard still looked good.

Zoe Saldana, Star Trek Not sure if we’re more jealous of Captain Kirk for getting to explore outer space, or of Spock for getting to explore Lt. Uhura here.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Transformers: Dark of the Moon Pretty sure she didn’t actually have any lines in the movie.

Michelle Monaghan, Source Code Just yes.