RT Celebrity Showdown: Jessica, Jessica, and Jessica

We take a look at the stats on Alba, Biel, and Simpson.

by | April 30, 2008 | Comments


In a late night, booze-fueled discussion, the RT staff started discussing our favorite starlets, and someone mentioned Jessica Biel as a favorite. But then someone else said that they liked Jessica Alba more. And then another person brought up Jessica Simpson. Which led us all to ask the admittedly ridiculous question: which Jessica is best? And so we’ve put together an equally ridiculous, pseudo-scientific study…

See who wins!

Jessica Alba Jessica Simpson Jessica Biel

  8%
  0%
  15%









Highest Film:
  77%
 Sin City
Lowest Film:
  3%
 Good Luck Chuck
Total Box Office:
 $495.6M
Number of Films:
 13
Best Comic Book Movie:
  35%
 The Fantastic Four:
 Rise of the Silver Surfer
Romantically linked to:
 Cash Warren
Starred in the TV show:
 Dark Angel

AskMen’s Top 99 rank:
 #5









Highest Film:
  21%
 Employee of the Month
Lowest Film:
  2%
 The Master of Disguise
Total Box Office:
 $108.6M
Number of Films:
 4
Best Comic Book Movie:
 (none)

Romantically linked to:
 Nick Lachey
Starred in the TV show:
 Newlyweds: Nick & Jessica
AskMen’s Top 99 rank:
 #47









Highest Film:
  94%
 Ulee’s Gold
Lowest Film:
  7%
 Summer Catch
Total Box Office:
 $449.8M
Number of Films:
 14
Best Comic Book Movie:
 26%
 Blade: Trinity

Romantically linked to:
 Justin Timberlake
Starred in the TV show:
 7th Heaven

AskMen’s Top 99 rank:
 #7


We measured all three actresses across a total of nine criteria, and we can confidently declare Jessica Biel to be the winner! Here’s how the scoring went:

  • Jessica Biel scores 5 points, with the highest overall Tomatometer, the best Tomatometer scores for her highest- and lowest-reviewed films, the largest filmography, and best celebrity beau
  • Jessica Alba scores 4 points, with the highest overall box office total, the highest-rated comic book movie, the best TV show, and the highest rank on AskMen’s Top 99 Women list.
  • Jessica Simpson didn’t manage to win any categories.

Most of this data comes from our revised celebrity pages, and you can click on the links below to see filmographies and photo galleries for each of our contestants. And make sure to check out our new celebrity channel, with links to biggest stars currently in theaters.

Jessica Alba Jessica Simpson Jessica Biel

  8%
  0%
 15%









Highest Film:
  77%
 Sin City
Lowest Film:
  3%
 Good Luck Chuck
Total Box Office:
 $495.6M
Number of Films:
 13
Best Comic Book Movie:
  35%
 The Fantastic Four:
 Rise of the Silver Surfer
Romantically linked to:
 Cash Warren
Starred in the TV show:
 Dark Angel

AskMen’s Top 99 rank:
 #5









Highest Film:
  21%
 Employee of the Month
Lowest Film:
  2%
 The Master of Disguise
Total Box Office:
 $108.6M
Number of Films:
 4
Best Comic Book Movie:
 (none)

Romantically linked to:
 Nick Lachey
Starred in the TV show:
 Newlyweds: Nick & Jessica
AskMen’s Top 99 rank:
 #47









Highest Film:
  94%
 Ulee’s Gold
Lowest Film:
  7%
 Summer Catch
Total Box Office:
 $449.8M
Number of Films:
 14
Best Comic Book Movie:
  26%
 Blade: Trinity

Romantically linked to:
 Justin Timberlake
Starred in the TV show:
 7th Heaven

AskMen’s Top 99 rank:
 7

And no, we didn’t include Jessica Tandy.

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