According to reports, the openly homosexual director of Disney’s new controversial remake of “Beauty and the Beast” reportedly stated during an interview that he wished he could say he was like “Lord of the Rings” star Ian McKellen, who admitted to ripping Leviticus 18:22 out of hotel Bibles because of its prohibition of homosexual sex acts. This statement came when asked, “What is the first thing you do when you get into a hotel room?” Bill Condon was asked this question in 2012 by the homosexual travel magazine Passport. “I wish I could say I’m like Ian McKellen and immediately go rip pages out of the Bible,” he replied, “but there don’t seem to be Bibles in the hotel rooms I stay in these days.
Excerpt From Christian News Network:
So it’s figuring out how to get online.” Ian McKellen, also an open homosexual, is known for his role as the wizard Gandalf in “Lord of the Rings.” He has acknowledged on several occasions that when staying in hotel rooms, he rips Leviticus 18:22 out of the Bible. “I heard you like to rip out the passage in the Bible that condemns homosexuality as a sin,” Vanity Fair noted to McKellen in 2011. “I do, yes. It’s Leviticus 18:22 that I object to. And I only do it when I’m in a hotel room and there’s a Bible in the drawer next to the bed. I don’t want those nasty, homophobic sentences lying within 12 inches of my head,” he said. “You don’t have a problem with the rest of Leviticus?” the outlet inquired.