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Who would these 'Star Wars'-lovin' celebs clone?

Who would these 'Star Wars'-lovin' celebs clone? Mila Kunis, Sting, Craig Kilbourne, Geri Halliwell, a Backstreet Boy, and 17 more stars tell us who they can't get enough of

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Now that ”Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones” is in theaters, EW.com asked some of our favorite celebs who they’d clone if they had magical scientific powers. The top choices? Loved ones, dogs, and… themselves – proving there’s still no shortage of ego in Hollywood.

MILA KUNIS: ”My dog. He’s an ugly mutt, but he has the best personality.”

BEN KINGSLEY: ”Myself. There’s not enough to go around.”

MIRA SORVINO: ”I’m anti-cloning. Every person is an original and I think there’s something scarily ”Boys From Brazil” about it.”

DUSTIN HOFFMAN: The whole basis of being an actor is, ”Look at me, look at me, look at me.” I’d probably clone a bunch of myselves. I’ve tried to do it: I have six kids.

JAMIE LEE CURTIS: ”Gandhi. He was able to navigate a peace, and we very much need that now.”

BRITTANY MURPHY: ”Myself. Sometimes I get so busy I don’t have time to do all the things that I’d like to.”

THORA BIRCH: ”I don’t think anything should be cloned. There are already too many people on the planet as it is.”

ASHTON KUTCHER: ”An extra mom, so I could have one with me here in L.A. at all times.”

JAMES TAYLOR: ”I’d clone my wife. I think human cloning is a good thing.”

ALBERT BROOKS: ”I’d clone my wife. So I could have a three-way.”