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When A-listers undergo dramatic transformations for movie roles

Prosthetic noses, fake wrinkles, wigs and dramatic weight fluctuations...

It's amazing what actors will do for the sake of their art.

From Nicole Kidman to Jennifer Aniston and Tilda Swinton, come see the stars who have put their all into becoming unrecognisable for a film role. 

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