Please! Keep the scenes in there! WOOF!
Is “Alexander” too gay?
The opening date of the Oliver Stone epic about the Macedonian conqueror has been pushed back from Nov. 5 to Nov. 24, and an insider says one reason for the delay is that execs at the studio want to cut some of the film’s male-on-male love scenes.
“Alexander was almost certainly bisexual [I BEG TO DIFFER! HE WAS 100% QUEER!], and [director] Oliver Stone wanted to portray that," says the source. "So there are scenes between Colin [Farrell, who plays Alexander] and women, but there’s also some passionate scenes between Colin and Francisco Bosch.”
Bosch plays Bagoas, a Persian eunuch, who many historians believe was Alexander’s lover.
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