Rob Schneider is sore.  He's done the stairmaster, the yoga, he's worn the tiny shirts, the make-up, the little panties, and he knows the secret of what it takes to be a woman.

"It was unnerving.  A month before we started filming I said I better start working out... I didn’t realize I’d have to be wearing a lot of little skimpy outfits.  The costumer would come up to me and she would give me the outfit and the hanger was twice the size of the outfit.

(I'd say) Where's the rest of it, go get the rest of it!   I've pitted this one up, get me the new one."

"The Hot Chick" is painfully funny, and with this movie Rob has continued to create his own brand of comedy.  Like a delicious cocktail it's two shots of comedy, a dash of silly, add some heart and shake.

Tom Brady, co-writer and director of "The Hot Chick", has known Rob for a long time and loves to make him work for his money.

"This all comes from me wanting to torture Rob and put him in really painful, uncomfortable situations, because that’s where he’s his funniest. ... I’ve never met another actor who’s as funny in a hot seat, in a tough situation.  I took (this movie) to the full extent, what would be the hardest thing for him to play, what would be his exact opposite... A beautiful teenage girl."

Rob Schneider stars in Touchstone Pictures' "The Hot Chick" as both Clive and Jessica.   Clive is a 30-something year old man that ends up switching bodies with hot Jessica (Rachel McAdams) when she steals some ancient earrings.

Rob, already a lover of women, spent time studying female behavior to become a convincing Jessica. And Tom Brady spent long hours at coffeeshops listening to how girls talk about guys and stuff.  Rob also spent time on the set schooling up with co-star Anna Faris (Jessica's best friend, April). 

"I’d get great little tips like, "Rob if I were holding a beer bottle I’d be peeling the label like this." It’s the little things and those things added up to make it a believable performance."

Anna is a major hottie herself (Anna's on the left).  You've seen Anna before, she's the star of the Scary Movie franchise. She just got done filming "Lost in Translation" over in Tokyo, directed by Sofia Coppola and starring Bill Murray.   She's also signed up for Scary Movie 3 and an indie flick "Waiters".

Next up for Rob and Tom is "Deuce Bigalow 2", which is currently in the creative/writing stage.  Man-whore's unite.

You can check out the full transcripts of all the interviews over at movieweb.com.  You can even find out what the secret to being a woman is.   Click on More below to hop over there.  While you're there check out some of the other wacky interviews B. Alan Orange has done, he's a hoot.