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Jack Black Opens Up About His Sex Scene with 'Ocean Breeze' Smelling James Marsden in 'The D Train' - VIDEO


In an interview with The New York Post, Jack Black dished on his big sex scene with James Marsden in the new bromance comedy The D Train.

The film tells the story of the chair of a high school reunion committee (Black) who must reconnect with the most popular guy in high school (Marsden) who's now a celebrity. Shenanigans (and sex) ensue. 

Said Black:

That was the scene that made me want to do the movie...I was only worried that if we approached it too comedically, it could have been offensive or sort of generic, like something you’d seen before. So the only thing I was worried about was getting it right.

Black added Marden smells like "ocean breeze."

Watch a trailer for The D Train, AFTER THE JUMP...


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Andy Cohen Quizzes James Marsden and Jack Black on Celebrity Bulge Pics: VIDEO


The D Train stars Jack Black and James Marsden stopped by Watch What Happens Live! this week to dish on their upcoming movie and, of course, play some games. 

In School of C--k! host Andy Cohen showed Black and Marsden a series a crotch photos and had them guess whether the picture was of their own package or another celebrity's.  

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Sundance Double Review: 'I Am Michael' and 'The D Train'



One of the most interesting trends of this year's Sundance Film Festival is confrontational stories about people being pushed out of or willfully stepping away from their sexual comfort zones. THE DIARY OF A TEENAGER GIRL has earned the best reviews and the most press but let's discuss two films with more LGBT appeal.  I AM MICHAEL, a drama about religion and homosexuality, and THE D TRAIN, a comedy about a high school reunion, feature grown men whose lives spiral out of control when they stray from their true selves. 

How many gay kids growing up confused about what they were feeling within religious environments used this Bible verse in ways that would horrify fundamentalists?

Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and you shall find; knock, and it shall be opened to you:
-Matthew 7:7 

It's a lovely sentiment whether you're religious or not. Everyone needs to know themselves and find their own way. Those who've come before us lay down tracks for us to follow but we all still have to choose which to take or construct our own. But Matthew's promise won't work for everyone. What if you don't know what to ask, don't know what you're looking for or, like the protagonists of these movies, are totally unsatisfied with the knowledge you already have about your true character?



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News: Rodrigo Nogueira, IBM, Nebraska, Dolls

Tweed  road Despite all of her question dodging, Michele Bachmann tells the Boston Globe she's still committed to fighting marriage equality: "My core principles have not deviated. What I talk about is what people are interested in out here on the campaign trail. I am not shy about talking about standing for marriage between a man and a woman...’’

 road Actor Ryan Rottman will appear on 90210 next season as "smart, handsome gay 20-something who is confident in his identity and is committed to fighting for marriage equality." The Nickelodeon actor also once recorded a video for the site Straight But Not Narrow, and told viewers, "There’s a million reasons why you shouldn’t be friends with someone - except for them being gay."

 road James Marsden looks dapper in tweed.

 road 9/11 memorial wine?

 road Life-like Will and Kate dolls?

 road Seriously? Ultimate fighter Rodrigo Nogueira says he won't train with gay people: "I have no prejudice against the gays, but I wouldn't train with someone who's gay. I have no malice, I don't take our physical contact as (something) sexual. But what if the gay person has that malice of having physical contact with me, of staying there grappling? I would have no problems having a gay student in my academy, but I would rather not train with him."

 road Anne Hathaway thinks some of her ex-boyfriends may be gay.

 road A pop-up ice cream shop for gays makes its debut in London this weekend. I hope it serves straight people, too.

 road Which Nicolas Cage movie would you rather see: Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance or Trespass? Or, as an alternative, Peggy Sue Got Married?


 road In other movie news: the trailer for Roman Polanski's Carnage, which stars Jodie Foster, Kate Winslet, Christoph Walz and John C. Reilly.

 road IBM's new computer chip is based on the human brain: "Each of IBM's brain-mimicking silicon chips is a few square millimetres in size and holds a grid of 256 parallel wires that represent dendrites of computational 'neurons' crossed at right angles by other wires standing in for axons. The 'synapses' are 45-nanometre transistors connecting the criss-crossing wires and act as the chips' memory; one chip has 262,144 of them and the other 65,536. Each electrical signal crossing a synapse consumes just 45 picajoules – a thousandth of what typical computer chips use."

 road Actress Olivia Wilde wonders, "Who doesn’t want to be an 18-year-old boy?" Probably a lot of people; including me. I'm alright with my age.

 road Rihanna in feathers.

 road Once homophobic, reformed Tim Hardaway is fighting the conservative-led recall of three lawmakers who support health benefits for gay city employees.

PopeKiss  road Spend your weekend watching gay actor Montgomery Clift movies.

 road More Nebraskans are supporting marriage equality, but majority still oppose.

 road Thirteen-year old girl and her parents injured after someone mistakes fireworks for candles.

 road National Organization for Marriage president Brian Brown makes predictable, repulsive and baseless argument: "When you knock over a core pillar of society like marriage, and then try to redefine Biblical views of marriage as bigotry, there will be consequences. Will one of the consequences be a serious push to normalize pedophilia?"

 road An image from the failed kiss-in protesting Pope Benedict.

News: Michele Bachmann, Shanghai, Madonna, Indonesia

 road Michele Bachmann has raised over $2 million for her very likely presidential run.

Kids road Madonna's charities have run into a lot of bad luck recently. The FBI is investigating her Success For Kids organization for "several irregularities and suspicious activities."

 road It appears as if the Internet will continue to play a crucial role in President Obama's re-election campaign, just like it did in 2008. Next week, he will reportedly officially announce his intentions to run for a second term - via an email to his supporters.

 road Lindsay Lohan to portray Sharon Tate in new film?

 road New study reveals that "older lesbian, gay and bisexual adults in California are more likely to suffer from chronic physical and mental health problems than their heterosexual counterparts, a new analysis has found. They also are less likely to have live-in partners or adult children who can help care for them."

 road Gay rights groups to lobby at Vermont's Statehouse in Montpelier on April 12, LGBTQ Visibility Day.

 road A gay British man has returns home after spending six months imprisoned and tortured in Saudi Arabia because of his homosexuality.

Shanghai  road Police in Shanghai have detained about 50 people in the largest raid of a gay bar in that city in years.

 road It looks like Cam Gigandet's hair had a bad run-in with a bottle of peroxide.

 road The Earth continues to shake: tsunami warning issued after 6.7 quake off the coast of Indonesia.

 road James Marsden + bunnies = big box office.

 road Openly gay Olympic speed skater Blake Skjellerup part of New Zealand's anti-bullying day: "When I was in high school I was bullied for being gay. It left me feeling isolated and depressed. I felt like I had no one to turn to. I was lucky I had my sport to focus on, a lot of gay young people don't have that."

 road Charlie Sheen got booed on the opening night of his so-called Torpedo of Truth tour.

Movies: Prince Charmings and Swan Girls

James Marsden prays for his career in "Hop."

...would live in the movie theater but for the poor internet reception. He blogs daily at the Film Experience. Follow him on Twitter @nathanielr.

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After James Marsden's spirited double in 2007, when he so spoofed the Prince Charming template with abandon in Enchanted "116th and Broadway!" and lept into Hairspray's insanely spirited song & dance, you'd think James Marsden had a bright future in comedy ahead of him. But playing straight man to a CGI bunny with a yen for rock and roll in HOP? Is this really where exceeding expectations about your charisma, uniqueness, nerve and talent should put you? Hollywood is a cruel place.

 road Also: Our Jake Gyllenhaal works a sci-fi thriller variation of Groundhog Day in the time-looping SOURCE CODE, from the director of Moon, Duncan Jones (a.k.a. Son of Bowie); Oscar nominated Best Foreign Film IN A BETTER WORLD from the wonderful Danish director Susanne Bier begins its limited run; Clive Owen and Catherine Keener are shocked by their daughter's online relationship in TRUST; The PG-13 version of THE KING'S SPEECH, now free of those stutter-loosening "F" words, hits theaters; And INSIDIOUS and RUBBER are this week's new horror entries depending on whether you take your horror seriously or with laughs.


 road Does Black Swan, just out on DVD and Blu-Ray, want to be the next midnight movie sensation?


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