PICTURES: Famous men all dolled up as women

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An interview with Dustin Hoffman from 2012 went wildly viral last week.

In it, he talked about wanting to be a beautiful woman when he played Tootsie, and was disappointed that he wasn’t more beautiful once he was all made up.

Now, has posted some fascinating pictures of what some of our most famous men would look like as women.

Click here to see pictures of Leonardo DiCaprio, Elijah Wood, Robert Pattison, Daniel Craig, Jim Carrey, Hugh Laurie, Jack Black, Kevin Spacey, Matt Damon, Nicholas Cage, Richard Gere, Rowan Atkinson, Sean Connery, Tom Hanks, Clint Eastwood, Harrison Ford, Hugh Hefner Willem Dafoe, Woody Harrelson and others… as they would look if they were women!

In Dustin Hoffman’s interview, he said seeing himself as a woman launched an emotional discovery.

For Tootsie, Hoffman ordered a series of makeup tests to transform himself into a woman… but he didn’t like what he saw in the mirror.

“I was shocked that I wasn’t more attractive, and I said, ‘Now you have me looking like a woman, make me a beautiful woman,’ because I thought I should be beautiful. If I was going to be a woman I would want to be as beautiful as possible. And they said to me, ‘That’s as good as it gets. That’s as beautiful as we can get you.'”

Hoffman said he had an epiphany then. He went home and talked to his wife about his discovery. He told her that he knew if he were a woman, he’d be an interesting woman, but that nobody would want to talk to (him) at a party because he didn’t reach the physical demands of beauty.

“There are too many interesting women, I have not had the experience to know in this life because I have been brain-washed and that was never a comedy for me,” he says through tears.

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