In October, director Clint Eastwood played down the gay relationship in his upcoming FBI drama, 'J. Edgar.' He called that aspect of the drama "just one of many. I would say that's the least of his problems." It might be the least, and early reviews of the script might push it all to the subtext, but according to co-star Armie Hammer, he and Leonardo DiCaprio are about to get very chapped lips.

Hammer (who made a name for himself playing the Winklevoss twins in 'The Social Network') plays Clyde Tolson, J. Edgar Hoover's (DiCaprio) right-hand man. While at the SAG Awards, Hammer talked to EOnline about what's in store for the pair in the film and with a smile, he said, "It's not a kissing scene. It's a ton of kissing scenes."
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