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Julia Roberts, Kate Hudson, Connor Franta Shine at Glsen Respect Awards for Lgbtq Youth (Photos) The powerful voices that amplify Glsen’s message – fighting against bullying and discrimination in schools – huddled up at the annual Respect Awards at the Beverly Wilshire on Friday night, October 21. Glsen’s Executive Director Eliza Byard, Matt Bomer, PR mogul Simon Halls, Marilyn Katzenberg, Jim Parsons, recurring chair Jeffrey Katzenberg, Julia Roberts, Todd Spiewak, and NBC Entertainment Chairman Robert Greenblatt. Hudson (left, with Matt Bomer) was one of the night’s four honorees alongside digital star Connor Franta, People and EW Editor-in-Chief Jess Cagle, and Target. »
- Mikey Glazer
Many of Hollywood’s biggest starsÂ celebratedÂ Lgbtq youth on Friday at the 2016 Glsen Respect Awards in Los Angeles.
The event honorsÂ theÂ work of those who have made a significant impact on the lives of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning (Lgbtq) youth.Â
Cagle, who is the Editorial Director for Time Inc.’s Celebrity, Entertainment and Style Group, received the Visionary Award for hisÂ ongoing support and advocacy for »
For the sixth season of American Horror Story, FX has kept the theme under wraps as long as they could. Now that fans are learning what the season's about, will they continue to watch? The ratings for Ahs seasons typically start off strong and dwindle downward as the weeks progress. Will this time be different? Could it be cancelled or is it assured of a seventh season? Stay tuned.American Horror Story: My Roanoke Nightmare revolves around the Roanoke Colony in North Carolina. During the 1590s, the colonists vanished. And now, in the present, a couple's new home near the settlement is full of paranormal activity. The cast is expected to include Kathy Bates, Sarah Paulson, Cuba Gooding Jr., Lily Rabe, Andre Holland, Denis O'Hare, Wes Bentley, Evan Peters, Cheyenne Jackson, Angela Bassett, Adina Porter, Finn Wittrock, Matt Bomer, Lady Gaga, Leslie Jordan, and Jacob Artist.Read More… »
Between his starring role on American Horror Story: Hotel, his inevitable appearance on Ahs: Roanoke, and his lasting legacy in Magic Mike Xxl, it's clear that Matt Bomer is a busy, beautiful man. His talents have clearly taken him far in Hollywood, and we have to imagine his ridiculously good looks haven't hurt him either. While we already have plenty of pictures of Matt Bomer's roles on screen, we thought we'd honor his 39th birthday with a look at his hotness both inside his roles and in real life. »
- Ryan Roschke
From actress Jane Lynch to actor Matt Bomer to talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, stars in gay Hollywood who serve as inspirations on National Coming Out Day From actress Jane Lynch to actor Matt Bomer to talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, stars in gay Hollywood who serve as inspirations on National Coming Out Day From actress Jane Lynch to actor Matt Bomer to talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, stars in gay Hollywood who serve as inspirations on National Coming Out Day From actress Jane Lynch to actor Matt Bomer to talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, stars in gay Hollywood who serve as. »
- Tony Maglio and Jethro Nededog
“Live With Kelly” has unveiled its guest co-hosts for the third week of October. The group includes one weatherman, two actors, a singer, and possibly, you. Talk about diversity. On Monday, Oct. 17, Sam Champion returns to ABC (well, its syndication arm, at least) to hang out and host with Kelly Ripa. The following day, it’s “American Horror Story” actor Matt Bomer‘s turn to try out the vacated Michael Strahan seat. Singer Ciara assumes the position on Wednesday, Oct. 19. Twenty four hours later, “Bloodline’s” John Leguizamo returns to the program to pal around. He last guest co-hosted on »
- Tony Maglio
The sixth season of American Horror Story is off and running on TV screens right now, but the fifth is just about to hit DVD stores. To celebrate that fact we’re giving away three copies of the awesome American Horror Story: Hotel on DVD!
Check in to the fifth season of the deliciously diabolical series from creators Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk, starring a killer cast that includes Lady Gaga — in her Golden Globe® – winning role as The Countess — along with Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Matt Bomer, Denis O’Hare and Sarah Paulson as American Horror Story: Hotel and American Horror Story: Seasons 1-5 is available on Digital HD now and on Blu-ray™ and DVD from 3rd October, from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment.
A string of grisly murders is traced back to the sinister, sensuous Countess (Gaga), an infamous resident of the stylish Hotel Cortez in downtown Los Angeles. »
- Paul Heath
The wonderfully ubiquitous Bridget Regan will add ABC’s Grey’s Anatomy to her IMDb listing this fall.
The Last Ship recruit and Jane the Virgin pot-stirrer will guest-star in Season 13’s sixth episode, “The Room Where it Happens,” she announced via social media on Tuesday. No details on her role were immediately made available, though if we take a cue from previous Grey’s guests who played opposite Matt Bomer on White Collar… nah, I’m just funnin’ with y’all. Nothing to see here! »
The horror continues. The American Horror Story TV show has been renewed for a seventh season on FX. The limited anthology series comes from Ryan Murphy and Brad Falchuk. The renewal comes as no surprise. In late September, Murphy said he was already working on what he described as his experimental "secret season," with an unnamed writer who will pen all the episodes.Season six of American Horror Story stars: Evan Peters, Sarah Paulson, Lily Rabe as Shelby Miller, Denis O’Hare, Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Finn Wittrock, Wes Bentley, Matt Bomer, Lady Gaga, Cheyenne Jackson, Leslie Jordan, Cuba Gooding, Jr., and Jacob Artist. Get the details from this FX press release.Read More… »
George Clooney was on hand to host Hollywood's Night Under the Stars, The Motion Picture & Television Fund's 95th anniversary celebration, in La on Saturday night. The actor, who recently returned from the Big Apple, arrived solo but linked up with pals Hugh Jackman, Michael Douglas, and Kevin Spacey once he hit the red carpet. The event, which included performances by Matt Bomer, Derek Hough, and Jane Lynch, honored major figures in film and television and also brought out George's wife, Amal Clooney, who made a fashionably late arrival. Once inside, the couple was nearly inseparable as they struck their best poses for photographers and mingled with a few of George's close friends, adding to their ongoing list of cute moments together. Related Stories:Look Back at George Clooney's Sexiest Moments Over the YearsGeorge Clooney Reveals It Took Amal 25 Minutes to Say Yes to His Proposal »
- Monica Sisavat
Kate Hudson is all about doing what's right for the greater good. The actress will be honored with the Inspiration Award for her advocacy work benefitting the youth during Glsen's annual Respect Awards in October, the organization confirms exclusively to People. "As a parent, as a quiet humanitarian, and now as a visible ally to Lgbtq youth, she is an inspiring public figure who shares our vision of a future in which all youth can thrive," Glsen's executive director Dr. Eliza Byard told People in a statement. In addition to partnering with the World Food Program to fight to end hunger, »
- Nicole Sands
The Nice Guys, 2016.
Directed by Shane Black.
A private detective and an enforcer team up to infiltrate the porn industry in 1977 Los Angeles.
Mismatched buddy movies have been a constant staple of Hollywood since the year dot and Shane Black’s 1987 hit Lethal Weapon is still pretty much the benchmark to which all others adhere to, the stars in perfect alignment with regards to script, actors and direction. With The Nice Guys, Black returns to the sub-genre but this time the emphasis is on the comedy rather than the action, and where better to start than hiring two actors not exactly known for their comedy chops. That’s right; instead of ‘Mad’ Mel and straight man Danny Glover – admittedly another two actors that don’t immediately spring to mind »
Earlier this week, we predicted that it would be a close race between the two new box office newcomer this weekend, Sony's The Magnificent Seven and Warner Bros.' Storks, but that didn't exactly happen. The Magnificent Seven easily took the box office crown this weekend with an estimated $35 million, with Storks debuting in second place with $21.8 million. Both new releases were critical hits as well, before performing well at the box office.
Box Office Mojo reports that The Magnificent Seven, the Western remake starring Denzel Washington and Chris Pratt, pulled in an impressive $9,526 per-screen average from 3,674 theaters, along with a solid 63% Fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes. The remake was produced with a $90 million budget, but no international box office data has been released quite yet. Still this is a solid opening, which also represents a career best opening weekend for director Antoine Fuqua. This film also marks the third »
The Magnificent Seven, 2016.
Directed by Antoine Fuqua
Seven gun men in the old west gradually come together to help a poor village against savage thieves.
Some movies are just dead on arrival, and The Magnificent Seven is one of those movies in ways. It’s a remake of a beloved classic film that already took inspiration from an Akira Kurosawa classic, that doesn’t offer up anything new or interesting besides diversifying the titular entourage to fit the times. That isn’t a bad thing at all though, as Native Americans, Asians, and Mexicans in the mix all allow opportunities for director Antoine Fuqua to incorporate in a mixture of weapons and different fighting styles to keep the action fresh, along with different personalities. At the end of the day however, »
- Robert Kojder
On this week's Los Fanboys Podcast, Lrm's resident Weekend Warrior and all-around film guru Edward Douglas predicted that The Magnificent Seven was going to have a stellar debut. It looks like he was spot on, as the western had a strong night during Thursday previews with a haul of $1.75 Million.
That may not sound like a lot when you consider the kind of money that superhero blockbusters tend to make in Thursday previews, but The Magnificent Seven comes with a totally different set of expectations. The PG-13 film carries a price tag of only $90 Million, so it's not going to need to do superhero numbers in order to hit big.
The $1.75 Million it brought in last night, coupled with impressive pre-sales- which are the highest of star Denzel Washington's storied career- have people predicting a stellar $30+ Million debut this weekend. With a haul like that it'll definitely topple the reigning box office champ Sully, »
- Mario-Francisco Robles
“The Magnificent Seven” shot to a solid $1.75 million at the Thursday box office, keeping the Western remake on track for a $30 million to $32 million opening weekend. Antoine Fuqua (“Training Day”) directed “The Magnificent Seven,” a new take on the classic story about seven outlaws assigned to protect a vulnerable town. Aside from Chris Pratt and Denzel Washington, it stars Peter Sarsgaard, Ethan Hawke, Haley Bennett, Vincent D’Onofrio, Byung-Hun Lee, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Matt Bomer and Martin Sensmeier. The Western currently holds a score of 63 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. Analysts have said the LStar Capital and Village Roadshow Pictures film, distributed by MGM and Columbia. »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
Outside of Quentin Tarantino, it seems like no one is really attempting to do Westerns anymore. This week, one does hit in the remake of The Magnificent Seven. This film, the latest take on the material, seeks to not just follow in those footsteps, but in Tarantino’s as well, echoing Django Unchained and The Hateful Eight in the process. Aside from remakes like 3:10 to Yuma, you have to look far and wide to find other Westerns these days, with the last memorable one perhaps being The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford. Come Friday though, Antoine Fuqua seeks to give you all another one to love. This remake, which is not only a remake of The Magnificent Seven film of the same name, but also Seven Samurai, is an action Western. Here, when a town is being terrorized by a land thief (Peter Sarsgaard), they »
- Joey Magidson
It’s the morning after the Emmy Awards, and ensconced in her hotel in Beverly Hills, a still-beaming Sarah Paulson can’t stop looking at her new accessory: the golden trophy she has long coveted. After five nominations, she finally heard her name called on Sunday evening, then stood on the stage of the Microsoft Theater to accept the Emmy Award for lead actress in a limited series for her role in “The People v. O.J. Simpson.”
But this wasn’t just a win for herself, she says; it was a triumph, two decades in coming, for Marcia Clark, the prosecutor she played to critical acclaim in the FX show.
JOSÉ Mandojana for Variety
Paulson used her acceptance speech to offer an apology to Clark, whom she’d brought along as her date for the ceremony.
“I, along with the rest of the world, had been superficial in my judgment,” said »
- Debra Birnbaum
Welcome back to the Weekend Warrior, your weekly look at the new movies hitting theaters this weekend, as well as other cool events and things to check out.
This Past Weekend:
Yikes. What a terrible weekend we just had, not only for the new movies released but also for the Weekend Warrior’s predictions. Clint Eastwood and Tom Hanks’ Sully won its second weekend in a row with just under $22 million, but as far as the new movies, neither Lionsgate’s Blair Witch nor Universal’s Bridget Jones’s Baby did very well, putting the last nail in the coffin (hopefully) for sequels/remakes trying to play upon nostalgia that just isn’t there. (Good luck to the Rings movie opening next month!) Blair Witch ended up with $9.6 million to take second place and both Bridget Jones’s Baby and Oliver Stone’s Snowden ended up with around $8 million, so »
- Edward Douglas
“They’re the best people in the world,” Whoopi Goldberg says about the cast of “Strut,” her new Oxygen show that follows a group of models signed to Slay Model Management, an exclusively transgender modeling agency.
The first reality modeling show to focus solely on transgender artists, “Strut,” which Goldberg executive produces with her producing partner Tom Leonardis, is breaking ground in the unscripted space and marks the latest series in the recent wave of trans-centric programming.
“Our programming commitment is to showcase people on journeys to find their truth — and be their truth. This is a generation who most definitely aren’t going to be confined by yesterday’s social mores and rules,” Rod Aissa, executive vice president of original programming and development at Oxygen, tells Variety.
For Oxygen, “Strut” marks the first series to feature an all-trans cast, following in the footsteps of its NBCUniversal sister network E!, which »
- Seth Kelley
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