Daniel Craig, George Clooney and Matt Damon Cover Vanity Fair

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Daniel Craig, George Clooney and Matt Damon Cover Vanity Fair
Ever wondered what an Abercrombie ad all grown up would look like? Well, it's the February issue of Vanity Fair.

Three of Hollywood's leading male actors, Daniel Craig, George Clooney and Matt Damon cover the latest issue of VF and look like they stepped out of a Burberry ad, tumbled into a log cabin, made a pit stop at a Mad Men inspired cocktail party, and then jumped on a motorcycle before arriving at the Vanity Fair photo shoot. It's everything rugged and sexy and exactly perfect.

Also, they talked about things. But mostly, it's Clooney, Craig, and Damon in the same photo. Ladies, let's discuss.

The mag asked the three actors questions from the infamous Proust Questionnaire, which includes questions like, your favorite qualities in a woman, your main fault, and the natural talent you wish you had, and if you could be anyone else who would it be, among others.

Here's some teasers from the February issue. Daniel Craig says he hates his knees but values patience, but he also admits that he lies in questionnaires, so who knows, he may actually love his knees.

Daniel Craig also wishes he had opposable toes, as in, thumbs for toes. Weird guy. Then again, he is starring in the flick Girl With the Tramp Stamp, I mean, Girl With the Dragon Tattoo.

George Clooney wishes he could come back in a second life as his dog. He also wishes he could play a musical instrument and thinks he has bad posture.

Matt Damon said he is most proud of making babies with his wife, and happiest in the hospital watching his kids being born. Yeah, that's because he wasn't the one pushing them out. He says his parents are his heroes. He also wishes he could play an instrument.

For all this and more, check out the February issue of Vanity Fair.

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