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George Clooney, Brad Pitt

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Good news for all you fans of the uber-sexy Brad Pitt/George Clooney bromance: The dudes are teaming up (off the red carpet and on stage!) for the West Coast premiere of 8, Dustin Lance Black's Prop 8 play which follows the landmark trial to overturn the ban on same-sex marriage.

So since George Clooney recently ‘fessed he's totally "cool with gay rumors" and dished tons of deets on his friendship with his pro-gay marriage bro, we're not surprised Brad has decided to follow Mr. Clooney's lead and join the all-star cast.

But, will Brad one-up his buddy George and actually play gay on the stage?!

You bet!

And we could not be more excited for these two hot hunks to unite in such a pivotal performance.

Pitt will play United States District Chief Judge Vaughn R. Walker (who came out after retiring from the federal bench), while Clooney plays attorney David Boies, who also fought to overturn the controversial ban.

As for our thoughts on the pairing? Well, we think it's absolutely par-fait, considering G has mucho respect for his pal and isn't afraid to share why he's so eager to applaud his best bud:

"I can't speak highly enough about how hard he works at making the world better. I'm very proud to call him my friend," Clooney gushed in his interview with The Advocate when asked about his bromance with Brad.

But, since George also said he and Brad don't have too much time to buddy up outside of award season, we're just thrilled to see the bros bond over an issue they are both so passionate about, as B and G have openly supported gay marriage from the get-go.

As for their epic bromance? Well, Georgey also coyly admits he and Brad set a high standard for best buds in H'Wood:

"I do think we've set the bar very high… Not only do I enjoy him as a person and respect his talent, but I also love what he does in the world," George explained with clear admiration for his pal.

So George, why not take a hint from your BFF and actually play gay in your next flick since it could easily win you that best actor award you lost out on this year…

Either way, we're just so thrilled to see these two un-closeted thinkers come out on the same stage.

What do you think of Brad Pitt's role? Are you disappointed George has yet to play gay?

Tell us your thoughts in the comments!

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