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Rachel McAdams stopped by this morning's TODAY on NBC to talk about her new spy thriller 'A Most Wanted Man.' During the appearance, the actress talked about the 12-year-old audition tape of her trying out for the 2004 romantic tearjerker, 'The Notebook' which resurfaced last month. "I haven't seen it," she admitted to Today anchor Matt Lauer. "That would be weird."

Check out the appearance below!

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VIDEO: Rachel McAdams Cringes Over Resurfaced 'Notebook' Audition Tape on TODAY


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