August 16, 2005 | celebrity | editor | 0 Comments

Kevin Bacon, Colin Firth and Rachel Blanchard have a hot three-way in their new film, Where the Truth Lies, but now execs are fighting with the MPAA ratings board over whether the film will get branded with the dreaded NC-17 or the preferable R. Word is the ratings board has gotten hung up on four scenes in the movie. A lesbian sex scene was less troubling than Blanchard’s trifecta romp with Bacon and Firth, who play a comic duo loosely based on Jerry Lewis and Dean Martin. The next morning, Blanchard is found dead in the hotel room. The MPAA is apparently concerned with


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