5 items from 2014
Phillippe and Something Kreative, the production company launched by producer Geoffrey J. Clark, struck up an agreement with Participant Media’s Pivot cabler, the Orchard and Tugg to give the film a multiplatform release.
The Justin LePera-directed and Geoffrey J. Clark-produced film will be released throughout the summer to audiences where they can watch it in theaters, on TV or on VOD. The doc will air on Pivot and the Orchard will distribute the film on VOD platforms. Tugg is set to distribute it on-demand in theaters. iTunes has also picked up the film.
Phillippe lends his voice for the narration of the human rights doc. The film follows a group of pro surfers who go searching in uncharted waters in West »
- Jordyn Holman
We’ve now reached the point that tabloid outlets like RadarOnline are making up stuff about gay power couples just like they do straight couples. Their latest is that David Burtka is only allowing Neil Patrick Harris to do Hedwig for six months to keep the men from flirting with him. “At least in L.A. David is always around to make sure it never goes any further. And not to say certain guys haven’t become ‘friendly’ with David in New York too, but without each other around, it’s hard to resist other guys hitting on them.”
Io9 asks when are we going to get Lgbt characters in cartoons? And not adult cartoons like The Simpsons, but those universal cartoons made for Disney, »
- Ed Kennedy
Ghost of Goodnight Lane is making its way to DVD and VOD June 10th from Inception Media Group. Lacey Chabert, Billy Zane, Matt Dallas and Richard Tyson star. In a newly renovated film studio, the cast and crew of a horror flick become victims of their own bloody story when a co-worker is found dead. The director and his beautiful actresses begin to piece together a 40-year-old puzzle, leading them to believe the house-turned-studio is haunted.
- Ryan Turek
‘You’re not going to see Aria,’ Jean-Luc tells HollywoodLife.com of Lucy’s Feb. 5 appearance. Plus, what’s next for the Ben-Riley-Danny triangle?
Forget everything you thought you knew about Lucy Hale – well, for one night, anyway. The Pretty Little Liars star is paying a visit to ABC Family’s hit comedy Baby Daddy tonight, and Jean-Luc Bilodeau tells HollywoodLife.com to expect some truly outrageous moments.
“Her character is this sweet, wholesome pastor’s daughter, being babysat by Riley; and as soon as Riley leaves, she drops the whole facade,” Jean-Luc explains. “She lets her hair down, she takes her top off and she’s ready to party!”
And “party” she does! Jean-Luc tells us we can expect strip poker, pink underwear and general insanity during Lucy’s detour from Rosewood.
“You’re not going to see Aria,” he assures us. “It’s really cool seeing her step »
- Andy Swift
NBC may have cancelled Sean Saves the World but it is already working on another Glbt-inclusive program. The network is developing a comedy from out 2 Broke Girls writer Liz Feldman called One Big Happy. The series is about a lesbian and her straight male best friend who decide to have a baby together, only to have things complicated when he meets the love of his life. The project is co-produced by Ellen DeGeneres.
NBC has also ordered a comedy pilot that teams up Happy Endings creator David Caspe with his fiance Casey Wilson (who played Penny). Marry Me follows a couple who have been together for a long time but are surprised to see their relationship dynamic change after getting engaged.
- Lyle Masaki
5 items from 2014
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