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Leonardo DiCaprio & Armie Hammer's Kiss: "Done in a Very Tender Way"

It's no secret we love talking about Leonardo DiCaprio and Armie Hammer kissing.
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It's no secret we love talking about Leonardo DiCaprio and Armie Hammer kissing.

We've already told you that the Inception star and Social Network hottie will indeed be doing some lip-locking in the upcoming Clint Eastwood-directed biopic J. Edgar.

So what's the flick's Oscar-winning writer Dustin Lance Black telling us about the film's hunky man-on-man lovin'? Oh yeah, and the rumors we'll be seeing DiCaprio in drag ?

Read on to find out...

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"Yes, certainly there's a relationship between these two guys," the Oscar-winning Milk writer assured us at Elton John's Academy Awards party benefit for the Elton John AIDS Foundation. "And it wouldn't be a Dustin Lance Black script if it didn't have a little gay kissing in it. So the answer is yes."

Sounds good to us!

"Those who want to see that will be pleased," Black added. "I think it's done in a very tender way, surprisingly."

And when asked whether or not we'll be seeing DiCaprio get some cross-dressing camera time, Black simply teased, "I gotta' leave something for you to buy a ticket for."

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But don't ask Hammer about the smoochin' anymore. "I don't know what you're talking about," he said with a smile at the Oscars.

However, Hammer was more than happy to talk about Eastwood. Turns out that the director never barks, "Action!"

"He doesn't say action because he doesn't want to startle the actors," the Social Network actor explained. "He's really considerate, kind and just an amazing man."

He's also a man who lets Hammer play with...guns! "Last week, all day Thursday, I just spent all day shooting a machine gun, like a 1930s machine gun," he said. "I was shooting out a door. It's great. Pieces of the door were just flying everywhere."

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