When she’s not frolicking around Western Europe with Justin Timberlake, Jessica Biel makes movies. And in her latest film, “I Now Pronounce You Chuck And Larry,” Biel says there is a strong message of celebrating differences.
Of the film’s message, Biel said, "I want people to take away the message that you should celebrate people's differences. That's what's so wonderful about so many different people in this world, that we are so different and no one has the right to choose or judge who you fall in love with and who you want to spend your life with.”
On July 20th, “Chuck and Larry” opens nationwide. Biel plays a lawyer that has been fooled into representing two straight single NYC firefighters who are pretending to be gay in order to receive domestic partner benefits.
Of course, there will probably be the normal “Adam and Eve not Adam and Steve” protests going on, but maybe Biel is on to something. Maybe loving others is more important than pointing out their differences.
And on a side note, Katharine McPhee is joining Anna Faris in an untitled comedy to be produced by Adam Sandler's Happy Madison Productions. Both were in attendance at the "Chuck and Larry" premiere (along with Emmanuelle Chriqui of Entourage) to support their new boss.
According to the latest reports, "the movie will star Faris as a Playboy bunny who gets evicted from the House of Hef and then stumbles into the job of a den mother to the lamest sorority on a nearby college campus. McPhee will play one of those sorority girls."
To watch he trailer for “I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry” - Click Here!
Below are a few shots from the Chuck and Larry premiere (July 12). To see the entire gallery from the event - Click Here!