13 items from 2014
If you're looking for a movie that you and the rest of your family can enjoy on a chill night at home, where better to look than the tried and true adventures of Beethoven, the giant St. Bernard?
Fanlala: What has changed for Eddie since Beethoven's Big Break?
Jonathan Silverman: A lot has changed for Eddie since we last saw him in Beethoven's Big Break. His son is now off to college, so as a single dad it's just him and his beloved and trusted dog Beethoven. Nonetheless, his status as a dog trainer has increased and Eddie and Beethoven are making lots of successful movies together.
However, something isn't quite right with Beethoven on »
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As expected, Glee‘s final season has been trimmed to 13 episodes, to run in midseason.
Matt Bomer talks about his Emmy nomination. He found out when his husband called him.
Fox News Attempts To Get People Scared About Gender-Neutral Bathrooms, Fails Completely (Autoplay)
Michael Sam and the Draw That Changed American Sports Forever.
— The View (@theviewtv) July 10, 2014
Such Good People had its world premiere, and the red carper featured some faves.
And here’s The Weekly ShoutOUT™. Each week we’re going to focus on one out athlete/performer and »
Robert Orci open to gay Star Trek character, Utah misses marriage appeal filing deadline, Grindr gets a new look
Bioware has announced details of Dorian from Dragon Age: Inquisition, a powerful mage from a wealthy family he rejected who also happens to be an openly gay character. “Dorian is gay—he is, in fact, the first fully gay character I’ve had the opportunity to write. It added an interesting dimension to his back story, considering he comes from a place where “perfection” is the face that every mage puts on and anything that smacks of deviancy is shameful and meant to be hidden. Dorian’s refusal to play along with that façade is seen as stubborn and pointless by his family, which has contributed to his status as a pariah.” He also kicks ass, can summon the dead to fight for him, and has full control of his magical abilities. »
- Ed Kennedy
Sassy back-talking thieves, faux-new-age witticisms, snarky realty agents, and overly-ambitious homosexual couples: Such Good People has it all. With an endless list of celebrity guest stars and an adorably spunky main cast, Such Good People is an upcoming comedy about a cat-and-mouse hunt for buttloads of cash. The indie flick will be debuting at the Majestic Crest in Los Angeles on July 7th.
The film stars Michael Urie (of Ugly Betty fame) and Randy Harrison (best known for his role on Queer as Folk) in what is being touted as the first post-marriage-equality comedy. The veritably endless supporting cast includes: Scott Wolf (Party of Five, Perception), Ana Ortiz (Devious Maids, Ugly Betty), Carrie Wiita (Super Fun Night), Rick Overton (Groundhog Day), Tom Lenk (Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Cabin in the Woods), musician and activist Lance Bass, Alec Mapa (Alec Mapa: Baby Daddy, Switched at Birth), Drew Droege (Sassy Pants, »
- Eric Shorey
Dan Bucatinsky says to The Wrap that creatively it was necessary for Scandal to kill a major character, “The threat of death on a show like this, if it doesn’t pay off occasionally, the audience begins to scream bulls–t.” He’s right, you can’t have big cliffhangers if everyone expects all the major characters to survive. (See: massacre, Moldavian.)
First the ABC Family pilot Alice in Arabia raised eyebrows due to a description that seemed potentially offensive. Then, a review of the pilot script by Buzzfeed that called it “dotted with cultural inaccuracies and stereotypes.” Amid all that controversy, ABC Family has scrapped the pilot. Don’t worry, we’ll probably get to have the same debate when FX’s Tryant debuts. »
- Lyle Masaki
Kevin Bacon embraces Six Degrees, Dan Gillespie-Sells slams closeted celebrities, a clown car of basset hounds
Out soccer star Anton Hysén has been signed to the Myrtle Beach Mutiny, a National Premiere Soccer League club, which puts them about fourth tier in U.S. soccer. The team says that despite Anton Hysén’s youth, his experience playing in Europe will be invaluable to the team. And yes, that’s an out professional soccer player in the Deep South.
Meanwhile in South Carolina, the House will be considering the bill that will strip thousands of dollars in funding from two universities for offering gay interest books for their summer reading programs because, well, gay literature = porn or something. We’re talking about a state that requires you to swear an oath of loyalty to the United States to receive your college diploma.
Kevin Bacon went to SXSW to celebrate the 20th »
- Ed Kennedy
The ratings for Duck Dynasty are down 40% from a year ago, but it can’t be blamed on Phil Robertson‘s homophobic and racist comments. Ratings were sliding before Robertson’s infamous GQ profile. Now I’m looking back at that interview and wondering if those comments were an attempt to drum up some publicity.
- Lyle Masaki
Patrik-Ian Polk’s latest film Blackbird (pictured) starring Mo’Nique, Isaiah Washington and Julian Walker will open the 2014 Outfest Fusion Lgbt People Of Color Film Festival, scheduled for March 14-16 in Hollywood.
Actor, comedian and writer Alec Mapa will receive the 2014 Fusion Achievement Award on March 15.
World premieres include Secrets & Toys and You Are Dead To Me. South Korean filmmaker’s Leesong Hee-il’s White Night will receive its Us premiere.
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Murder is coming to "Switched at Birth." Well, a murder mystery dinner, to be more exact.
In Monday's (Feb. 17) episode, Kathryn (Lea Thompson) and her new bestie Renzo (Alec Mapa) throw a murder mystery party at the Kennish compound and Zap2it has your first look it. What looks like a fun time involving the entire extended family promises to sour quickly when both John (D.W. Moffett) and Kathryn learn the secret the other is hiding.
Seeing as how that's Jenice (Joey Lauren Adams) in one picture -- you know, John's secret smooch partner -- Mr. Kennish better hope the murder's confined to the party.
Check out more first look photos from the episode, "The Scream."
Rob Riggle has joined the cast of The Pro. The NBC comedy pilot stars Rob Lowe as a fallen tennis doubles champion who reunites with his former partner (Riggle) after hitting hard times. I’m watching this one since it comes from out Emmy-winner Todd Holland as a director.
CNN is cutting back on Anderson Cooper. The news channel has pulled from the schedule AC360 Later a “more relaxed” companion series for Cooper’s regular news hour. If you’re not familiar with AC360 Later, that might be because it was infrequently scheduled and would sometimes disappear from the schedule for weeks. Did anyone catch it? Will you miss it?
Vulture talked with Sarah Paulson about the upcoming season of American Horror Story. (Yeah, we’re already talking about next season. Deal with it.) When asked if she’s preparing for her new role the same way Jessica Lange »
- Lyle Masaki
NBC has already announced its next live musical. It will bring Peter Pan back to the small screen. This time, the broadcast won’t have to face comparisons to a beloved movie as much as the iconic 1955 live performance with Mary Martin as Peter Pan.
You can stop worrying about the future of your show, Parks & Recreation fans. NBC chief Bob Greenblatt told the Television Critics Association that there will be a seventh season though that’s not an official renewal. Greenblatt was also optimistic about Community but would not offer as optimistic an outlook.
In talking with E!, Jamie Chun, who plays Mulan on Once Upon a Time, says the romantic tension was something »
- Lyle Masaki
The biggest change? Bay (Vanessa Marano) and Daphne (Katie Leclerc) are entering into their senior year at Carlton, which is undergoing some change of its own. After surviving the threat of closure thanks to the protest in Season 2, Carlton and its students are forced to face the reality of the slight victory and accept the plethora of new hearing students bused in after their under-performing schools were shut down. Things quickly escalate to "Dangerous Minds" territory when Daphne's English class erupts into a fight over reading aloud. It could veer into ridiculous and over-the-top territory, but it mostly worked in the premiere.
Carlton isn't the only place of change. There's a palpable shift in the Kennish-Vasquez home following Daphne getting caught blackmailing Senator Coto. John (D.W. Moffett »
I had high hopes for The Assets, I liked the idea of focusing the damage control necessary when a mole is leaking the identities of informants. Unfortunately, audiences weren’t so interested and it’s been pulled from the schedule.
Last night, TVLine got some red carpet scoop. James Earl Jones and Carrie Fisher will be appearing as themselves, encountering Sheldon. Er, can Sheldon’s heart handle meeting those two legends? I’m suddenly worried they’re killing him off.
E! has apologized for a graphic that appeared during »
- Lyle Masaki
13 items from 2014
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