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Briefs: A First Look At Ben Affleck’s Batman, “Fantastic Beasts,” And Previewing The “Glee” Season Finale

13 May 2014 2:08 PM, PDT | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

Birthday shoutouts go to Hunter Parrish (above), who is 27, Lena Dunham is 28, Robert Pattinson is 28, Stevie Wonder is 64, Stephen Colbert is 50, and Armistead Maupin is 70.

Antonio Banderas: Homophobes Are Mentally Ill

Clay Aiken Wins Nc Dem Congressional Primary

The Harry Potter spinoff Fantastic Beasts is scheduled for November 2016, with plans to start a franchise.

TV Line previews tonight’s Glee Season Finale, and it’s bad news for Klaine.

It had to happen.

@MissesDynamite pic.twitter.com/1zEjEZ6wG6

— Günter Stassler (@GuenterLois) May 12, 2014

Zack Snyder tweeted out the first image of Ben Affleck as Batman

I shot this with my @Leica_Camera M Monochrom. #Batman #Batmobile #Gotham http://t.co/WPHKLxgBLM pic.twitter.com/p5DEf6fLzJ

— ZackSnyder (@ZackSnyder) May 13, 2014

Here’s your Tasty Two For Tuesday With Matt Bomer. These are from yesterday at the NYC premiere of The Normal Heart

And here’s The Weekly ShoutOUT™. Each »

- snicks

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Publicist and Festival Programmer Lewis Tice Dies at 44

2 April 2014 2:19 PM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Lewis Tice, a longtime champion of LGBT cinema who worked as a publicist, producer, film critic and film festival programmer, died Tuesday at 44.

Tice had exec producer credits on “Blood for Irina” and “Bear City” and he also helped launch “Latter Days,” “Another Gay Movie” and “Mysterious Skin” for Tla Releasing.

Throughout his career, Tice worked at Sundance, the Chicago International Film Festival, Frameline and over 20 other fests.

Tla Entertainment Group CEO Derek Curl told Indiewire,”Lewis has been my closest colleague for over 10 years. He was there for most of my firsts in the film business, protecting me from the sharks and introducing me to the people he knew…which was everyone. It is a devastating loss to me personally, to Lgbt cinema and to all the filmmakers that relied on his kind soul and glorious laugh to get them through. This most sweet and talented man will be »

- Andrea Seikaly

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Birthday Gallery: Joseph Gordon-Levitt Turns 33

17 February 2014 11:28 AM, PST | The Backlot | See recent The Backlot news »

We first got to know Joseph Gordon-Levitt as a child star, through his many commercials, such feature films as Angels In The Outfield, and most notably his TV appearances, including a six-season stint as alien Tommy on Third Rock From The Sun.

He left acting for a few years to attend college, and he came back with a renewed vigor, focusing on gritty independent films and character studies. His role in 2004′s Mysterious Skin as a gay prostitute completely redefined his career, and is one of the great performances of the last decade.

Joseph has maintained an eclectic career, appearing in beloved indies Latter Days and 500 Days Of Summer (for which he received a Golden Globe nomination), and big-budget fare G.I. Joe and The Dark Knight Rises. Last year he wrote, directed, and starred in the well-received Don Jon.

We don’t know what he’ll bring us in the future, »

- snicks

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Winner Bisset vs. the Globes' Buzz-Off Orchestra

12 January 2014 6:56 PM, PST | Alt Film Guide | See recent Alt Film Guide news »

Jacqueline Bisset vs. the Golden Globes 2014 get-lost orchestra NBC or whoever organized the Golden Globes 2014 ceremony sat Jacqueline Bisset way in the back of the awards ceremony ballroom. Never mind the fact that Bisset’s film career began nearly half a century ago and that she was a Golden Globe nominee in the Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Mini-Series, or Motion Picture Made for Television category for the mini-series Dancing on the Edge. As a result, it took Bisset, who seemed about as surprised as everybody else when her named was called up, more than a minute to reach the stage. (Photo: Jacqueline Bisset accepts her Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress in a Series, Mini-Series, or Motion Picture Made for Television © HFPA.) Visibly moved, Bisset had to wait a few more seconds before she was able to talk. By the time she began with her somewhat rambling acceptance speech, »

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