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Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor's French Kiss Celebration


Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor, in Paris to promote their gay prison romance I Love You Phillip Morris, were made knights in the National Order of Arts and Letters at the Ministry of Culture, Celebrity Gossip reports:

"During the knighthood session, French Culture Minister Frederic Mitterrand proudly declared, 'I love you Jim Carrey! I love you Ewan McGregor!'"

Watch: Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor's Gay Prison Love Story


A new one-sheet and trailer for the Jim Carrey - Ewan McGregor prison romance adaptation I Love You Phillip Morris, which is on its way, finally, this Spring.

Watch the new trailer, AFTER THE JUMP...

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Seaver RoadAndy Warhol's "jock" Polaroids are on display in NYC.

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RoadNew York Army specialist in Baghdad being discharged under 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell': "Nathanael Bodon of Marlboro is a specialist in the Army Reserve stationed in Baghdad, Iraq. He has been in the reserves for about a year-and-a-half and in Iraq for some four months. The Army found out about Bodon when a fellow soldier found his blog with a picture of him kissing a former boyfriend and tipped off the Army brass."

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Ewan McGregor: I 'Quite Like' French Kissing Jim Carrey


Ewan McGregor was spotted greeting a man with a kiss yesterday in New York. A friendly kiss.

However, he's not opposed to the more intimate kind. The L.A. Times recently asked McGregor if he thinks America is ready for his prison romance film I Love You Phillip Morris.

Said McGregor: "It seemed to go down very well there at Sundance. It's a love story, an escape movie and a comedy, all about this man who goes to incredible lengths to be with the man he loves. I like it because it's a gay film, which is to say it's a film about two men in love, and I think that's an important element of it. But it's not a film about them being gay. They just happen to be gay. I also got to French kiss Jim Carrey a lot, and I quite like that too."

That film is due out in February.

Ewan McGregor: 'Of Course' Phillip Morris is a Gay Movie


Ewan McGregor knocks down discussion at Sundance (perhaps to try and sell it) that I Love You Phillip Morris isn't a gay movie:

"Y'know there was a lot of talk about it at Sundance about it not being a 'gay movie.' Well, I think it is a gay movie. Of course it's a gay movie. It's about two gay men or three gay men, y'know? And a man whose relationships are with men. And although the humor isn't born out of the fact it's about gay men, it's a funny movie.  Y'know, I never wanted to be worried about the fact that it's a gay story because it is.  I hope they locked it that way. You can imagine that the people who deal with such things going, 'Oh, let's make sure people don't think it's a gay movie and y'know that won't sell.' But of course it is, and it's a good film."

The gay prison romance is set for release on Valentine's Day.

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