We heard about this one a while back, and now, it looks like we're finally getting our first look at it!
Dustin Lance Black announced back in 2009 that he would be directing his first feature film, Virginia, which stars Jennifer Connolly as an unhinged single mother whose 20-year-affair with a Mormon sheriff becomes complicated when he runs for public office!
But that's not all! Their CHILDREN, played by Emma Roberts and Harrison Gilbertson, are apparently ALSO a couple, as you can see from an EXCLUSIVE clip here PerezHilton.com!
Ch-ch-check it out (above)!
Yeah, looks NUTS, right? But also very inneresting!
We're excited to see how he handles this kind of subject matter, given how different it is from what we've seen from him thus far!
What do U think?? Will U be seeing Virginia when it's released tomorrow?
As were we all! Nothing like the two hottest men in the world to bring the kind of audience and attention this production so definitely deserved.
The 2010 federal court case over Proposition 8 was turned into a magnificent production by Dustin Lance Black and this week, some of Hollywood's hottest stars stepped in to read pivotal parts for the play. Names like Jamie Lee Curtis, Christine Lahti, George Takei, John C. Reilly, Martin Sheen, Matt Bomer and Jesse Tyler Ferguson mingled with the Glee trio Jane Lynch, Chris Colfer and Matthew Morrison in the production, as well as marveled at the star power of Brad Pitt and George Clooney, who so happily offered their celebrity to the important piece.
Their work in the show not only inspired the audience, but their fellow cast members, including their friends from Glee. Following the performance, Jane raved:
A few weeks ago, we mentioned that we couldn't be prouder of the Hollywood community for supporting the L.A. reading of Dustin Lance Black's VERY important Proposition 8 play entitled 8.
As a reminder, the play explores the case filed by the American Foundation for Equal Rights (AFER) to overturn Proposition 8.
Now, we're THRILLED to announce that Brad Pitt has joined the already star-studded cast for 8, which features the following talented actors:
We couldn't be prouder of the Hollywood community right now. Seeing this amount of star power band together for such an important production just makes our hearts sing.
We're hearing three more names have been added to the already star-studded cast list for Dustin Lance Black's play 8, which explores the case filed by AFER to overturn Proposition 8 Chris Colfer, Kevin Bacon, and John C. Reilly will join previously announced George Clooney, Jane Lynch, Matthew Morrison and Martin Sheen for a one-night performance on March 3rd at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in LA.
If this doesn't raise the kind of awareness this case needs, nothing will. We're very proud to see this production gain such momentum.
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Last month, we were THRILLED to hear that George Clooney will be performing in the L.A. reading of Dustin Lance Black's play 8, which focuses on the federal case challenging Prop 8.
Now, we've learned that White Collar star Matt Bomer and GLEE star Matthew Morrison will also be performing alongside George! YES!!!!!!!
Matt B. will read the role of plaintiff Paul Katami, while Matthew M. will read for plaintiff Jeff Zarillo.
As we mentioned before, the one-night-only event, which is being directed by Rob Reiner, will take place at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre on March 3rd, AND it will serve as a fundraiser for the American Foundation for Equal Rights.
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Even though he has no aspirations to run for office, George Clooney is still MORE than willing to get political for an issue he cares about!
Last night at the Critics' Choice Awards, George opened up about the crucial issue of gay rights.
Here's what he had to say about it:
George Clooney is da man!
The A-lister is the first actor announce his participation in the Los Angeles reading of Dustin Lance Black's play 8, which focuses on the federal case challenging Prop 8.
Although Clooney is not known for his stage work, it sounds like he was willing to take on a role because the subject matter is something he's very passionate about, saying: