What do you know about the ‘Love’ film that inspired ‘Marriage’ and the ‘Bachelorette’ series?

We don’t know what to make of this.

The love story between Josh Chan and Kate Mulgrew in “Love,” a romantic comedy based on the novel of the same name, has been a hot topic for decades.

But, if you’ve watched any of the “Bachelorettes” or “Love” seasons, you know the film is about a man who, at the start of the show, falls in love with a beautiful woman he meets at a party.

Chan is cast as a college student who has never met his fiancé, who is also the host of a TV show.

Chan plays a guy who tries to connect with his fiancée, only to fall in love.

Chan’s character, Josh Chan, is a college dropout who falls in to a deep love for Kate Mulgrrew, a young and attractive host of the popular TV show “The Bachelor.”

But the film’s portrayal of the relationship, the characters’ interactions, and the themes surrounding it have been a divisive topic.

The film’s director, Sam Raimi, made a series of controversial comments about Chan and his character.

The controversy erupted after Chan was caught making homophobic and transphobic remarks during a screening of the film at the Toronto International Film Festival in August.

Chan had a brief pause during the screening to acknowledge the audience and apologize for his comments.

In his apology, Chan said he meant to say he wanted to be respectful.

“I’m a person of colour, I’m gay, I’ve had a lot of people tell me that I’m stupid,” Chan said, according to The Associated Press.

“But I am not stupid.

I am gay, and I have a very complex, very sensitive relationship with people.”

Raimis comments sparked outrage, with critics calling his comments homophobic and offensive.

Many, including a number of celebrities, have spoken out against Raims statements.

“This is so awful,” actor John Cho tweeted, calling Raimies remarks racist.

Chan, who has been open about his sexual orientation and has also appeared on Ellen, apologized to Mulgrree on Instagram.

“If there’s anything I can do to help you, please let me know,” Chan wrote.

Chan has since clarified his comments, saying he did not mean to imply Mulgrreys love for Chan was based on his sexuality.

“You know, I didn’t mean to hurt anybody, but I’ve just been really hurt,” Chan told The Associated Post.

“And I’m really sorry for it.

I really don’t care.”

Chan’s apology was a big blow to the film, which was set to open this weekend.

Chan told THR that he is looking forward to the rest of the season.

“We’re really excited to continue to be a part of this world and see what the future holds,” Chan tells The Associated Prt.

“It’s going to be so exciting to see what happens.”

In a statement to The Hollywood Reporter, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences said that Raimides remarks were not “inappropriate or offensive to any member of our community.”

“The Academy is aware of the comments made by Josh Chan,” the statement said.

“The comments are not reflective of the views of the Academy or the Academy membership.”

Chan is one of several actors who have been outspoken in their criticism of Raimises statements.

Actor Josh Brolin, who plays the love interest on “The Bacheloretts,” called out Raimities remarks in a recent tweet.

“My reaction was, ‘He’s going around and he’s saying these things to all these people,'” Brolin told The Hollywood Post.

“‘You’re stupid and gay, you’re not a real person.

You’re just a joke.'”

Brolin also posted a photo of himself holding a sign that reads “You’re a liar.

You are a disgrace to our culture.

Get the fuck out of my face.”

“I think that it’s a really sad thing to see that it feels like we’re trying to shame these people and to demean them and that it was a joke,” Brolin said of Riddell’s remarks.

“To me, it’s really disturbing and I’m sure it’s upsetting to a lot people.”

Chan has also spoken out about his feelings about Raim’s comments, telling the AP that he has “never felt so misunderstood.”

“It hurts my heart, because this was a story I wrote,” Chan says in the interview.

“These were the kinds of things that were written about me in the book.

I’m not going to take it back.

And I want to apologize to Josh for what he said.”

Why are marriage fraud charges filed against Arizona pastor?

A new Arizona pastor is facing the possibility of a possible life sentence if convicted of engaging in a sham marriage, which can carry up to a 25-year sentence.

Randy Brown, 64, of Scottsdale was charged in February with a range of felony counts stemming from a marriage fraud scheme involving a Phoenix woman who alleged she was cheated on and forced to marry another man.

He pleaded not guilty in March and is expected to be arraigned Tuesday in Scottsdell Superior Court.

A criminal complaint filed in Scottington shows a Phoenix police detective interviewed Brown about a woman who had filed for a divorce from him.

The woman, who was never married, said she was “forced” to marry the man she said was a childless virgin.

The complaint alleges Brown took advantage of the woman to collect child support from her.

Brown denied all of the allegations, but was convicted of fraudulently obtaining property through a sham divorce and sentenced to serve two years in prison.

The Phoenix Gazette reported in August that Brown had filed two separate civil lawsuits against the woman and a man he married, alleging she cheated on him and forced him to marry her.

Brown, who lives in Scotty, said he’s been working on behalf of the women in both cases.

He said he wants to give back to society, and his goal is to help them rebuild their lives.

He is not involved in the case against the Phoenix woman, said Scottsden police Detective Daniel Rizzo.

Brown was charged with one count of child abduction and one count each of child endangerment, fraudulent use of the Social Security number, false reporting and identity theft.

He was also charged with two counts of unlawful restraint.

‘I think it’s an opportunity’: Trump to sign bill that would legalize same-sex marriage

President Donald Trump is set to sign a measure legalizing same-day marriages and a virtual marriage certificate on Friday, with Vice President Mike Pence expected to announce it later in the day.

Trump is expected to sign the bill, which will allow same-gender couples to legally marry in about a month.

The move comes as lawmakers grapple with the impact of a landmark Supreme Court ruling in which same-gendered couples can marry.

It also comes amid growing concern about the growing number of same-age marriages in the country.

Trump, a Republican, is expected on Friday to sign legislation allowing states to begin issuing same-person marriage licenses.

The measure will give same-year couples the right to marry and the ability to legally share a life partner.

The White House and some Democrats have said the measure will provide greater protection for same-couple couples, while others have questioned whether the bill will address the issue of same sex couples living together.

“We are not going to see any changes in marriage law until we get a Supreme Court decision that is as clear as possible as to what the law is, what is fair, and what is not,” said Democratic Sen. Patrick Leahy of Vermont.

The Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing Friday morning on a proposal to legalize same sex marriage.

The bill, known as S.1748, is sponsored by Democratic Sen, Patrick Leahier of Vermont, and Democratic Sens.

Kirsten Gillibrand of New York and Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island.

The legislation would allow same sex marriages to begin in the states of Maryland, New Jersey, Vermont, Maine, Delaware, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Wisconsin, Ohio and the District of Columbia.

The bill would also allow same time same-sales for same sex married couples in Virginia, Arizona, California, New Mexico, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nevada, Utah and Wyoming.

It is the latest move in a string of controversial issues for Trump, who has often been criticized for his lack of support for gay rights.

In December, Trump said he would not support the Defense of Marriage Act, a 1996 law banning federal recognition of same gender marriages.

But his administration has sought to tamp down those criticisms, saying Trump is supportive of the LGBT community and opposes discrimination against them.

In a statement Thursday, the White House said Trump will sign the legislation into law.

The president has been outspoken on gay rights, including supporting marriage equality for same gender couples.

In the past, the president has criticized the Supreme Court for its ruling striking down key parts of the Defense for Marriage Act.

Trump has called the ruling a “big, fat lie.”