Just when you thought that the only man-on-man movie kissing we're talking about these days is between Leonard DiCaprio and Armie Hammer in the upcoming J. Edgar flick, along comes Matt Damon.
"It's scripted that there's more than one," Damon revealed to us last night at the Hollywood premiere of My Way, the new HBO documentary about überproducer Jerry Weintraub.
Damon, who is set to play Liberace's much younger lover, added with a smile, "I never thought I would get to kiss Michael Douglas."
Shortly after the movie was announced, Douglas told me, "I just saw Matt...and I was teasing him," he said. "I was saying, 'Bring a lot of ChapStick, babe.' "
And Damon believes Liberace director Steven Soderbergh when he says he's retiring after the flick is wrapped.
"I've had a lot of conversations with him about it and he is serious about it," he said.
Damon said Soderbergh next shoots Man from U.N.C.L.E. with George Clooney followed by Liberace. "He says that the last one he's going to do," Damon said.
Also at the red carpet premiere were Bruce Willis, Sylvester Stallone, Ellen Barkin, Don Cheadle, Billy Crystal, Chelsea Handler, Sharon Stone, Joan Collins, Cindy Crawford, Emile Hirsch and Anne Heche.