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Cher once said, "I think the longer I look good, the better gay men feel," and based on how good she looks today -- her 67th birthday! -- here at HuffPost Gay Voices we'd say we're feeling pretty good!
In honor of Cher's big day, we put together this gay little tribute:
You woke up this morning thinking it was just another normal Monday.
Boy, were you wrong!
Today is the Birthday of the one... the only...
That's right, Zachary Quinto! It's the birthday of...
67 years young! Can you believe it?
No no! We meant you look so good!
You're just so gorgeous and talented and you've inspired so many gay men over the years. Aside from your epic music career ("Take Me Home!" "Turn Back Time!" "Believe!") there's also your filmography! There's "Mask," "Mermaids," "Moonstruck," and don't forget:
Seriously though, Cher. You are a goddess. We love »
- The Huffington Post
The final four episodes of Arrow Season 1 kick off tonight, as viewers will be treated to consecutive new installments up through the May 15 finale.
There’s so much brewing in these remaining hours that it was the perfect time to sit down at The CW offices with none other than Stephen Amell, who has finished production for the season and gleefully previewed what’s on tap, offering various hints as to what we can expect both this spring and into next fall.
Read on for teased and tidbits from our chat...
Ollie/Diggle Strife: Emily Bett Rickards told us earlier this week about Felicity going out in the field but Amell explained why this will take place: “Oliver and Diggle have a little bit of a falling out because Diggle is really after getting Floyd Lawton and he’s becoming a little bit obsessive,” the actor said, “Oliver doesn »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Jim Halterman)
Masks. Who doesn’t love them? Besides the cops, I mean. And bank tellers. Basically, anybody involved in law enforcement or against the redistribution of wealth. But without masks, who are we? Just a bunch of drunken college and university students out for a good time and in need of some cool refreshments via water cannons or machete-wielding harbingers of doom that will tear out your liver in an attempt to quell an insatiable blood-lust?
Masks are iconic symbols of a world that demands accountability. They provide a sense of security and shelter for those that feel their needs might just be greater than the needs of the common good, despite what the common good believe. Plus, if you are seriously grotesque it gives people something to remember you by. Would you rather be remembered as ‘that guy with no face’ or ‘that guy with the mask’? No question about it. »
- jay royston
Poor Peter Bogdanovich. Well-respected, when was the last time he made a narrative feature that remotely moved the needle (let's not include the good doc, "Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Runnin' Down a Dream")? "Cat's Meow" in 2001 that wasn't very good? And before that, "Mask" in 1985? The well-liked filmmaker, actor, cinephile has had a pretty rough go of it all and all in Hollywood (an unimpeachable beginning, a quick fall from grace), but perhaps his upcoming picture will be a late-era comeback? It certainly has no shortage of talent involved. Produced by Wes Anderson and Noah Baumbach and formerly titled, "Squirrel to the Nuts," Jennifer Aniston has joined the retitled, "She's Funny That Way." Also new to the cast that already features an impressive foursome of Owen Wilson, Olivia Wilde, Brie Larson, and Jason Schwartzman are Bogdanovich's former muse Cybil Shepherd, »
- Edward Davis
Cameron Diaz has been rumoured to star in the movie, but is not currently attached to the project, reports Variety.
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Melissa Stack's script centres on a woman who realises that her boyfriend is married.
She teams up with his wife to plot revenge on the lothario.
20th Century Fox has said it hopes to announce the film's leads next week.
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5 items from 2013
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