Enough with the porn talk, Tex and Emily. My ears hurt ...
Here's another titbit about the Glasgow Premiere:
GERARD BUTLER REWARDS FANS WITH PREMIERE OF NEW FILM IN SCOTLAND
Nov 1 2009 Toby Mcdonald
HOLLYWOOD action man Gerard Butler is heading to Scotland for the European premiere of his latest blockbuster.
The 300 hero will come to Glasgow for a glitzy red carpet bash to open Law Abiding Citizen.
The star appears in the thriller - which took s35million in its first two weeks in the US - with Oscar winner Jamie Foxx.
Butler - who turns 40 two days before the screening - chose the city as a thank you to loyal supporters.
He revealed the news in an internet chat with fans.
He said: "Maybe I will see some of you at the premiere of Law Abiding Citizen because we are having our European premiere in Glasgow.""Get merry and drink. I wish I could but I don't. I hope to see you all soon. Have a good time."
A spokesman for production firm Momentum Pictures said: "It hasn't been announced officially yet but the premiere will be on November 15 at Cineworld, Renfrew Street.""It will be something different having him in his home town."
Butler - who also produced the film - plays a bereaved husband and father who is out for vengeance.
Insiders say Foxx also plans to go to the star-studded premiere.
During his online chat, Butler - who has been linked to a string of Hollywood beauties including Jennifer Aniston and Cameron Diaz - reminisced about his childhood.
Butler was raised by his mum, Margaret, in Paisley after the break-up of his parents' marriage.
He had no contact with his dad from two to 16. He said: "I came from a family of larger-than-life characters who were a joy to be around
.""They were a lot of jokers and storytellers, a lot of warmth. But it was tough as well. There could be a serious amount of confrontation. My father was probably the craziest and most fun and outlandish of the lot."
Law Abiding Citizen cost more than $40m and is Butler's first release through his Evil Twins firm. He added: "We're working on a movie called Slide about a former baseball player who tries to patch things up with his child and estranged wife."