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Maury Schott

It's Eric "Dane" (no s at the end).
And I suspect the gay relationships were not hinted at in the promotions as those story elements in both "Valentine's Day" and "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel" were 'twists'. The surprise would have been ruined if they had appeared in any way in promotional material.


Thanks, Maury, for bringing my attention to the wayward 's' on Eric Dane's name. Regarding your thoughts about why the gay storyline was kept "on the DL" vis a vis ads, you are more charitable than me. I just assumed it was intentionally done so as not to turn off heterosexual moviegoers before they bought their tickets.

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