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Some fans strongly oppose Eisenberg's casting as the villain, but others are interested to see how the typically-geeky actor will pull it off.
The 'Borgias' star writes a letter to clarify that he's not anti-gay, admitting that his claim about legalized gay marriage can lead to legalized incest is 'mischievous' but 'valid.'
The 'Borgias' actor is afraid that allowing a man to marry another guy 'means somehow we debase or we change what marriage is.'
Natasha Richardson's death drags Liam Neeson into deep mourning and thus he decides not to continue playing opposite Jeremy Irons in a new film directed by Norman Stone.