Actors play gay lovers in new movie

Catherine Zeta-Jones reveals Matt Damon had an interesting way of coping with kissing her husband Michael Douglas in a new movie.

The pair play lovers in Liberace: Behind The Candelabra, a television film about the life of the flamboyant pianist.

‘I must say I have seen Liberace: Behind The Candelabra, and if my husband is going to kiss anybody else I’m so happy it’s Matt Damon,’ Catherine, 43, says. 

‘Supposedly, when Matt was kissing Michael, he said that he closed his eyes and pretended he was kissing me, rather than Michael, which is very flattering.

Matt said that to Michael

‘I thought that was one of the biggest compliments I have ever had. Or so f*cked up.’

Michael, 68, was successfully treated for a bout of throat cancer two years ago, while Catherine revealed she has bipolar disorder in 2011. The pair have been married for 12 years.