For all the attention famous females' bodies receive in the media, there isn't much talk about the frequent weight fluctuation of their male counterparts. Whether it's for a role or because of body-image issues, these men have seriously slimmed down
with a quickness that makes Lindsay Lohan seem like Templeton from "Charlotte's Web."Christian Bale
Although usually hunky, Christian slimmed down for 2004's "The Machinist," a movie about an insomniac who wastes away, which is funny because when we can't sleep we stay up all night eating Frito pies. And he's skinnying up again
for his role as Dickie Eklund in the new movie, "The Fighter." Marc Anthony
Marc Anthony "needs to know" if you're the person who hid his sandwich.Billy Bob Thornton
Billy Bob Thornton has battled anorexia, but our favorite dirty old man is looking much better these days.Click here
for more manorexics after the jump.Matt Damon
He dropped approximately a metric butt-ton of weight for "Courage Under Fire" in 1996 to play a heroin addict. Even he thought it was a little extreme. Now he's back to normal and really, really cute. As in take me away, Jason Bourne, we'll never reveal your location!Dennis Quaid
Dennis Quaid struggled with anorexia in the mid-'90s, at one point dropping down to a shocking 138 lbs. These days he's looking much better.
We can't think of a reason for Dane Cook to starve himself, unless it's because he just realized he's not funny.Ben Stiller
Hopefully Ben Stiller didn't take advice from his Zoolander character on why barfing is great.Ewan McGregor
McGregor dropped a buttload of weight to play skinny, heroin-addicted Renton in "Trainspotting."
Shockingly, Colin wasn't preparing for a role as Irish Jesus when this photo was taken.Jason Statham
Jason Statham lost a ton of weight for "The Bank Job," a movie that apparently didn't require him to kick a whole ton of butt.Carson Daly
Is Carson Daly's baby already old enough to be stealing all of daddy's food?Mick Jagger
Yeesh! We know he used to be sexy, but now he kind of looks like a trimmed-down version of Hoggle