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Warning: If you watch this, you might cry too!
Dustin Hoffman has a viral video!
A 2012 interview has resurfaced where things get super emotional when the mega-star talks about his role in 1982's Tootsie!
In the Sydney Pollack-directed film, Dustin stars as Michael Dorsey, an actor struggzin' to find a job — until he dresses as a woman and lands a female lead on a soap opera!
Classic movie hilarity, right?
Not so much for Dusty!
In the interview, the actor explains going to the (movie) studio and asking for make-up tests so that he could see if he could walk down the streets of NYC dressed as a woman and not get weird stares!
Well that's just mean! LOLz
Dustin Hoffman has been pointing fingers like crazy lately. Not only did he get mad at HBO for pulling his show Luck off of the air too quickly, but now he's saying that the shiz TMZ reported caused his program to get cut off.
According to the Meet the Fockers actor, the "facts" that the news source divulged about Luck were wrong, and that the real reason his show was terminated was 'cuz PETA is associated with TMZ.
Dustin Hoffman, you've been one baaaaad man and PETA is coming for you!
On Wednesday, we told you how the actor (and show producer) felt about Luck being canceled too quickly.
It seems like he doesn't think THREE horse deaths is enough to pull the plug on a show, and PETA agrees.
In a letter to Hoffman, PETA strikes down his comments, caliing him "cold" and "out of touch."
You are one actor, but twelve whistleblowers who worked on Luck contacted PETA, and they all made the same allegations: The horses being used were unfit, arthritic, drugged, and pushed beyond their capabilities. There is nothing accidental about this. Before the last horse died, we contacted you privately—no fanfare—and asked for your help in making conditions safer for the horses, but you ignored that overture and at least one other horse died just days later. That horse's blood is on your hands.
To read the full letter to Dustin Hoffman, take a look AFTER THE JUMP!!!
While Dustin Hoffman may not agree, we think three dead horses is a good reason to shut down a show.
HBO is still catching heat for the amount of animal death and poor working conditions for their ill-fated series, Luck.
The show's star thinks that the network was rushed and pressured into canceling the show after PETA and other animal rights organizations filed complaints against Luck.