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Brad Pitt, George Clooney Perform In Prop 8 Play In El Lay!!

What a treat for theatergoers!

Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Kevin Bacon, Martin Sheen, Matthew Morrison, Chris Colfer, Jane Lynch, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, George Takei and Jamie Lee Curtis took to the stage at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in El Lay Saturday night to perform in Dustin Lance Black's play about Prop. 8, 8.

The play is based on the controversial legal battle to overturn California's gay marriage ban, Proposition 8.

Brad played the role of Judge Vaughn Walker and was joined on stage by some of Hollywood's A-list actors for the stage reading.

So inspirational!

Watch the FULL play above! Brad takes the stage around 35:51, FYI!

And for more details on the organization and the Fight for Marriage Equality, CLICK HERE!

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Brad Pitt Joins Dustin Lance Black's Prop 8 Play Reading!

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A-MAZING!

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:

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Watch Morgan Freeman And John Lithgow Star In This Moving Prop 8 Play Promo!

Simple. Beautiful. Moving.

That's how we can best describe Dustin Lance Black's 8.

In his moving play adapted from actual court transcripts and interviews, 8 explains Proposition 8 and the impact it made on Americans living in California.

Starring

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Matthew Morrison And Matt Bomer Join L.A. Reading Of Dustin Lance Black's Prop 8 Play!

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Go Matthews!!!!!!

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.

SO exciting!

[Images via WENN.]

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George Clooney Calls The Fight For Gay Rights 'The Final Leg Of The Civil Rights Movement!'

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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:

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George Clooney Starring In L.A. Reading Of Dustin Lance Black's Proposition 8 Play

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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:

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GQ Responds To Taylor Lautner Controversy!

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Remember how we told you Australia's GQ had a funny question to ask Taylor Lautner?? The whole "Did Gus Van Sant and Justin Lance Black (two very prominent gay men in Hollywood) hit on you?" thing?

Yes, well, as soon as Dustin got word of that little diddy, he went to his blog with some questions of his own:

Really Mr. GQ writer? I’m curious, will you be asking all of the handsome actors I’ve ever had the privilege of working with or meeting if I made passes at them as well? I’d love to be there when you ask Sean Penn that same question. Or, Mr. GQ writer, were you projecting your own unprofessional desires onto me and Gus? Perhaps? Or worse still, are you a homophobe?

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