3 items from 2010
At the top, we have the one-of-a-kind John Barrowman as Zaza from La Cage Aux Folles. John commission the doll from Tonner, who made the Torchwood Captain Jack action figures. Drew Barrymore and Justin Long have a really awful relationship movie coming up called Going the Distance, and trailers just started running on television. Drew must have had some control over the film, because she says that it's Justin, not her, that gets naked on screen. It's funny because usually it's the girl who's naked. I was like, 'That's right, bitch. The tables are turned!' Washington, D.C.'s annual Reel Affirmations Glbt Film Festival is being delayed from October until Spring 2011 because of a fundraising shortage. »
Pardon Me, But Have You Seen Any Gay Characters? How About You? You? Anyone?
I don't know who first dubbed the Television Critics Association Summer Tour the "Bataan Death March, but with cocktails" but it's a pretty apt description. Yep, it's that time of year as next week I fly off to Los Angeles to try and pry gay/bi secrets out of the actors, writers and so forth who bring us much of the TV we watch.
First I put on something sexy, then I get them a little drunk, then I turn the music low. You know, your usual good investigative journalism tactics.
With that in mind, this week's column is again going to be a rather stream of consciousness as I'm not only getting ready to leave, but am also getting ready for our big relaunch next week. Talk about a full plate!
Part of getting ready »
Plus Louis Van Amstel's sexy new look, a PSA from cats, and the degaying of Cholly and Flytrap.
The Kids Are All Right expanded to 38 screens this week and wasn’t able to maintain its record-breaking average from last week, but at $27,285/screen, it was still top dog over all the limited releases on a per-screen basis.
John Barrowman wrote a travelogue for the Daily Mail about the cruise he and Scott took with his parents to the Caribbean, and how much they enjoyed just staying on the ship and lying in the sun and hitting the spa. Granted, most people buy a t-shirt on their vacations, but John and Scott bought a villa on Antigua.
In their Withering Glance column, Rick Nelson and Scott Peck tell Minneapolis-St. Paul all the cool stuff they should be doing, wearing, and reading for the summer, and were kind enough to put AfterElton. »
3 items from 2010
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