Apple Computer spokesman and actor Justin Long (Drag Me To Hell) marries screenwriter and sometimes actor Mike White (Buck & Chuck) in a new short film produced to support the repeal of California's anti-gay marriage ban, Proposition 8.

In the short, Devin (played by Long) and Glenn get gay married. Their wedding day is special and they are seen enthusiastically diving into their honeymoon. The couple appears blissful.

But marriage settles in and soon the former happy couple is seen bickering and slowly growing apart.

Glenn comes home one day to find Devin eating a hamburger instead of waiting for him to cook.

“I was hungry,” Devin says.

“OK, well, I'm going to the gym after this if you want to come,” Glenn says.

“What is that suppose to mean?” Devin asks.

“Nothing … it just means I'm going to the gym.”

“OK, well,” Devin says with a look of disgust, “I'm going to watch my shows so I can't.”

The relationship continues to devolve until one day the pair run into a happy male gay couple in the parking lot of a grocery store.

“If you disagree with the homosexual lifestyle,” a male announcer says, “support overturning Prop 8 and make them get married. Like the rest of us.”

Also starring in the film are Tom Arnold and Norah Dunn as the obnoxious in-laws.

The Overturn Prop 8, Make Homosexuals Marry campaign is behind the film, which was written and directed by Will Speck and Josh Gordon and financed entirely through donations, the Huffington Post reported.