Heads up. Actor Colin Farrell's (search) manhood — which made headlines when it was excised from another film earlier this year — finally turns up in a full-monty scene in Oliver Stone's "Alexander," (search) opening Nov. 23.

Journalists who attended the sword-and-sandals epic's press junket over the weekend in Los Angeles report that there's a brief full-frontal glimpse of Farrell in a scene depicting the Macedonian emperor's wedding night with his wife, Roxane, played by Rosario Dawson.

"It's nothing to be ashamed of," said one male scribe of the Irish actor's flaccid appendage, "but people weren't gasping at it, either."

Audience members of both sexes reportedly cheered the member's appearance in "A Home at the End of the World," (search) prompting producers to cut the scene as too distracting — it hasn't even surfaced in deleted scenes in the film's recent DVD release.

As in the earlier film, Farrell plays a bisexual character in "Alexander," but there are no steamy man-on-man scenes with Alexander's lover, Hephaestion, early audiences say.

"It's clear from context and the way they look at each other that he's the love of Alexander's life," said one journalist. "But while they share a few hugs, there's no sex or even a single kiss."

Alexander does kiss an effeminate-looking male servant full on the mouth while dancing in front of his troops.