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    Western Union Jake Gyllenhaal and Heath Ledger talk candidly about making the daring romance ''Brokeback Mountain'': the sex scenes, the risk to their careers, and more by Christine Spines

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    THE GAMBLERS When he first heard about the risky ''Brokeback,'' ''I was like, 'No way!''' says Gyllenhaal (with Ledger), who signed on after director Ang Lee committed

    read the rest at http://www.ew.com/ew/report/0,6115,1136042_1_0_,00.html
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    Re: Brokeback Mountain - it starts now....

    Oh, and WOW!
    Last edited by ALIASd; 12-02-2005, 11:25 AM.
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      God loves the bisexual cowboys! :lmao:

      That is a HOT picture from EW! I never was a Jake fan much until recently, now he's certainly got my attention. AND he said in an interview that he isn't afraid at all of a relationship with a man if it ever happened. He says he's straight but not afraid of men "in that way" or something like that. Hmmmmmm.

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        OOOooo mooie-mooie ......... gett'n excited!!!! ) ..............

        Another "gay extravaganza" for Arclight Hollywood!! .........

        Okay .. they are only bisexual in the movie ......

        Next up ....... A full romantic main-stream/public feature .. with a full gay romance We'll see!!
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          Originally posted by drunkmom
          this is my first buzzed post in the DMCA -- I'm really in this club because I'm a bitch more than anything. I've only had to hit the backspace 4 (oops, make that 5) times in (now 7) in this (now 9) (now 15) in this post! Damn, now I'm up to 18! Our neighbors were (19) (20) making tequilla sunrises. I thought I couldn't do tequilla (22) anymore but (24) this stuff (26) was good! It started (27) with an s


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            First off, I completely agree about jake :love: And that's a greta smilie Mice Man!

            Originally posted by EW Article
            But while some studios would try to court and capitalize on the controversy, Focus co-president James Schamus has no interest in fanning the flames — or pandering to prejudice. ''We'll never be apologetic about what this movie is,'' he insists. ''Frankly, if somebody has a problem, I don't care. Go see a therapist. I don't want to have an argument with anybody. Watch the movie or don't watch the movie.''
            Now I wish more movie studios took that approach and stepped away from some of the crap they gave us in the last few years. I'm glad we're getting to the point were a movie like this CAN be made.
            "Tonight I wash my hands of you
            You set the bar I could not live up to
            Tonight the light is breaking through
            So thank you very little and send me postcards from hell"
            Zebrahead

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              I was lucky enough to see "Brokeback Mountain" last month at a DGA screening in Hollywood... and it is simply... beautifully... MAGNIFICENT. A movie I feel like I've been waiting a lifetime for. I still think about it everyday, and I can't wait to see it next Friday again!!! I am still amazed at the absolute honesty of these characters brought to life. Just incredible.

              You will NOT be disappointed, and I urge EVERYone, gay, straight, bi, confused, or asexual--whatever, just go see it!! It is just a great film, period.

              BTW, a note about the Arclight in Hollywood and this movie: unfortunately it will not open there until 12/16 (a week later). The 12/9 opening is a special limited engagement and the only theater I could find it at is the Pacific theaters at The Grove (talk about gay central!). I love the Arclight (and I live 10 minutes from there), but I canNOT wait another week to see it again! Tix are already on sale for the Friday opening here:

              http://www.movietickets.com/house_de...=8172&exid=PAC

              This movie will sell out on opening weekend for sure so buy in advance!! I already got mine!!

              BTW, I would argue with the "bisexual" label that many have put on these characters... they may have gotten married and had children but that by no means defines one as "bisexual" especially in that time period. There is no mistaking these guys for anything but gay and in love.
              Last edited by DOOM BGI; 12-03-2005, 06:41 PM.
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                So Jake's not afraid of another man's penis? I think I just heard a collective gasp from the gays of micechat.



                Yes boys, you now have a chance. If only Chris Evans would come out and say the same thing
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                  Originally posted by dramaqueen
                  So Jake's not afraid of another man's penis? I think I just heard a collective gasp from the gays of micechat.



                  Yes boys, you now have a chance. If only Chris Evans would come out and say the same thing
                  :lmao: If only....
                  Originally posted by drunkmom
                  this is my first buzzed post in the DMCA -- I'm really in this club because I'm a bitch more than anything. I've only had to hit the backspace 4 (oops, make that 5) times in (now 7) in this (now 9) (now 15) in this post! Damn, now I'm up to 18! Our neighbors were (19) (20) making tequilla sunrises. I thought I couldn't do tequilla (22) anymore but (24) this stuff (26) was good! It started (27) with an s


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                    Originally posted by MiceMan


                    Can someone get a mop?

                    Miceman is making a slobbery mess of himself, again!!

                    :lmao:










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                      We're going to have to drive an hour and half to see the movie. They won't play it in our home town, even though we have an 'art house.' So we're going to have to trek to Denver, drop my dog off at my 'rents'' space and go see it, then pick up the dog, have dinner and come down.

                      Thank you, Jake and Heath, for the little Pride weekend.

                      We'll probably wear our cowboy boots and shirts (we don't have hats, for some reason).

                      Peace out,
                      Roo
                      husband, petowner, wordsmith, imagineer, martialist, playwright, traveller, ardent, wit, critic, barista, Taoist, superhero, fortuneteller, reader, fidget, teacher, dreamer, author, blogger, ghosthunter, voter, patient, bear, gourmand, Floridian, friend

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                        Cowboy romance "Brokeback" faces challenge By Bob Tourtellotte Wed Dec 7, 4:33 PM ET



                        LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - It has wowed film festivals, won rave reviews and sparked Oscar buzz, but when "Brokeback Mountain," a.k.a. the gay cowboy movie, begins playing to general audiences on Friday, it faces its toughest challenge yet -- wooing mainstream America.

                        iTwo of Hollywood's hottest leading men, Jake Gyllenhaal and Heath Ledger, risk alienating fans and sending their stars plummeting if, after watching the pair have sex on screen, audiences cannot see them any other way than gay.

                        Winning over middle America is important for the roughly $12.5 million movie because its backer, art house specialist Focus Features, wants a big box office and wider exposure for the film's themes of love, friendship and family ties.

                        Two other films built around gay subjects this season, "Transamerica" and "Breakfast on Pluto," have gained critical attention but they have less at stake in terms of costs and star power.
                        Gyllenhaal and Ledger say they are less concerned about their futures than the film's, which was directed by Ang Lee and based on Annie Proulx's story about two cowboys who meet in 1963 wrangling sheep in Wyoming and form a bond that transcends time and transforms their lives.
                        Ledger, 26, said he was both anxious and curious to see whether audiences will view the movie as a gay romance or, as its makers want, simply a romance.
                        "I have my hopes held high in terms of the level of maturity in today's society," he said. "I think people are a lot smarter than we are giving them credit for being."
                        Gyllenhaal, who turns 25 this month, added in a separate interview: "The issues are much bigger than sexuality."
                        Both said their decisions to take the roles were spurred by the desire to work with Lee, director of "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon," because he would treat the material with humanity.
                        COWBOYS OUT OF CLOSET?
                        Ledger, whose career has suffered from several recent flops, also said the role gave him the opportunity to mature. "If you just be safe about the choices you make, you don't grow," he said.
                        European audiences got their first look at "Brokeback" at September's Venice Film Festival in Italy where it won the Golden Lion prize for best film. The movie also wowed audiences at September's Toronto International Film Festival.
                        Critics have raved. Roger Ebert told Reuters: "Brokeback will become the kind of movie that you hear about at dinner parties that you feel you have to go see."
                        There is Oscar talk for best movie; Lee for best director and Ledger for best actor.
                        All the acclaim has created a strong early buzz.
                        "Brokeback" starts in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco on Friday, then expands to 23 U.S. cities on December 16. It will add theaters after a few weeks based on audience demand.
                        But many industry watchers are skeptical of its crossover potential in a country divided into conservative states mostly in mid-America and the South and liberal states on the coasts.

                        "The general public has proven over and over again that it will reward great movies with strong sales," said John Barker, president of DZP Marketing Communications.
                        "(But) we should probably recognize there are some areas and some groups that will oppose this film."
                        So far, however, "Brokeback" has not sparked any protests at advanced screenings, and there is some statistical support that there may growing tolerance for gay lifestyles.
                        In August, the Pew Research Center released a poll showing 53 percent of Americans supported gay civil unions, up from 48 percent one year earlier when the topic of gay marriage was roiling the U.S. presidential election.
                        There is precedent for a solid box office, too. Although mainly about an AIDS sufferer, 1993's Philadelphia and earned an Oscar for Tom Hanks. And now, like a rodeo rider waiting in the chute to tame a bucking Bronco, "Brokeback Mountain," is ready to roll out.
                        "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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                          'Brokeback' opens new vistas By Mike Clark, USA TODAY

                          Brokeback Mountain is the ultimate response to those who think the lineup on cable TV's Encore Westerns is a tad too homogenized. It's a heart-wrenching portrayal of unfulfilled Wyoming love, but this time, we don't mean Alan Ladd and Jean Arthur in Shane.
                          Heath Ledger, right, and Jake Gyllenhaal are drifters who find each other in Ang Lee's Brokeback Mountain.Focus Features

                          From the ever unpeggable Ang Lee and adapted from an Annie Proulx short story, MountainSense and Sensibility and Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, you obviously know how to work the angles. And for renewed fire in his belly after his Hulk debacle, Lee now turns to more than campfire pork and beans.

                          About the movieBrokeback Mountain
                          * * * * (out of four)
                          Stars: Heath Ledger, Jake
                          Gyllenhaal, Michelle Williams, Anne Hathaway, Linda Cardellini, Randy Quaid
                          Director: Ang Lee
                          Distributor: Focus Features
                          Rating: R for sexuality, nudity,
                          language and some violence
                          Running time: 2 hours,
                          14 minutes
                          Opens Friday in New York, Los Angeles and San FranciscoLonesome Dove and The Last Picture Show as well as the cumulative power of his Terms of Endearment
                          "If you don't know how to draw, you don't belong in this building" - John Lasseter 2006

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                            Re: Brokeback Mountain - it starts now....

                            oh boy .. oh boy .. oh boy .......... I love a good movie .. and it seems I'm going to like this one.

                            Sounds like it's going to have the epic feel of "Out of Africa".
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                              i definitely want to see this, but will probably have to wait for DVD.
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