The biggest biceps in Hollywood

Dwayne Johnson -
Retired professional wrestler and former football player Dwayne Johnson is still known by his ring name the Rock.

Sylvester Stallone -
Sly Stallone carved himself out a place on Hollywood's A-list by using brain and brawn to create legendary characters such as Rocky Balboa and John Rambo.

Arnold Schwarzenegger -
At his peak, Arnie's physical attributes were absolutely astonishing: chest 139 cm (55 in); waist 78 cm (30 in); thighs 73.40 cm (28.5); calves 50 cm (20 in). 

Chris Hemsworth -
Australian hunk Chris Hemsworth underwent an extraordinary bodybuilding regimen to prepare for his superhero role as Thor.

Terry Crews -
The former NFL linebacker is known these days for his many comedic roles, but his physical presence is no joke. 

Jean-Claude Van Damme -
The "Muscles from Brussels" is one of the most successful martial artists to emerge from Europe.

Carl Weathers -
As the character Apollo Creed in the first four 'Rocky' films, Carl Weathers gave as good as he got slugging it out in the ring against Sly.

John Cena -
Widely regarded as one of the greatest professional wrestlers of all time.

Michael Clark Duncan (1957–2012) -
Gentle giant Michael Clark Duncan stood 1.98 m (6 ft 5 in) and sported a pair of 50.8 cm (20 in) arms the size of boxcars. 

Hulk Hogan -
Not for nothing is Terry Eugene Bollea known by his ring name Hulk Hogan.

Vin Diesel -
Action star Vin Diesel cuts a muscular and finely-tuned physique. Known for his appearances in the 'Fast & Furious,' 'XXX,' and 'The Chronicles of Riddick' film franchises.

Jason Momoa -
You know him from 'Game of Thrones,' but it's as the title superhero in 'Aquaman' (2018) that audiences really came to appreciate Momoa's formidable physique.

Mark Wahlberg -
A former bad boy rapper, Wahlberg transitioned from music to acting in 1994 with his big screen debut in 'Renaissance Man.' 

Mark Wahlberg -
A former bad boy rapper, Wahlberg transitioned from music to acting in 1994 with his big screen debut in 'Renaissance Man.' 

Clint Eastwood -
Eastwood has kept fit all his life, running daily and working out in the gym. 

Hugh Jackman -
Especially known for playing Wolverine/Logan in the 'X-Men' film series, Australian actor Hugh Jackman is a picture of masculinity. 

Ryan Reynolds -
From rom-com actor to comic book superhero, Canadian movie star Ryan Reynolds has spent years chiseling a blockbuster body. 

Matthew McConaughey -
It really seems like Matthew McConaughey will take any excuse to take his shirt off.

Channing Tatum -
Of course, we also remember McConaughey and Channing Tatum absolutely owning their parts as male strippers in 'Magic Mike' (2012). 

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