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The voting on our Best Lesbian/Bi Movie Ever poll closes next Tuesday, and if you haven't yet figured out what film deserves your click of approval, then perhaps you'll take some professional opinions into account. We asked some of our favorite out directors, actors and writers to tell us which movie they'd vote for to win the title of Best Lesbian/Bi Movie Ever, and it proved to be an interesting experiment. Most of them had the same problem you do: It's hard to pick just one! You might even get a few new films to watch out of reading their responses.
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Editor's Note - Ed Kennedy was our social media hero with the election results last night, and didn't get a chance to finish the Meme. We'll have a wrap-up of the history that was made, but in the meantime, enjoy these tidbits from Ed, and feel free to add your own! (but please keep it PG-13!).
Something that caught my eye was CBS News correspondent Mo Rocca, an out gay man. His tweet said "As a @CBSNews correspondent I can't tell you how I voted. So I'll show you..." He then tweeted this photo. Have we found a new gay Republican, or am I misinterpreting it?
I don't see how I could be missing the meaning here
Harry Shum might want to try ProActive for that
Alec Mapa made voting a family affair, since this election is about our families
Zachary Quinto mans the voter issue line at the Obama campaign. »
As Sassy Pants begins, Bethany's (Ashley Rickards) high school graduation is rapidly approaching. She has been elected the valedictorian of her home-schooled class...of one. And, no, she does not want to give a speech. We quickly learn that Bethany's mother (Anna Gunn) is a tyrannical parent who has been left to her own devices to raise her two children -- Bethany and Shayne (Martin Spanjers) -- ever since her husband (Diedrich Bader) was caught doing the nasty with one of Bethany's male teachers. Her husband's infidelity has left Anna a bitter and jaded woman who no longer trusts anyone. This is precisely why she has home-schooled her kids; additionally, she wants Bethany to remain at home post-graduation and study via an online college. She is doing her best to shelter her children from the overtly dishonest world. The problem is, her over-protective nature is smothering Bethany and Shayne. »
- Don Simpson
The first photo of former Bond girl Olga Kurylenko in Michael French's $100 million 3D undersea epic Empires of the Deep, several new shots from The Perks of Being a Wallflower, a shot of Dwayne Johnson on the set of Fast Six, and photos of Gary Oldman and Harrison Ford on the set of Paranoia.
"Vin Diesel recently changed his Facebook profile pic to Marvel comics character ‘Vision’, prompting talk that he'll be starring in 'The Avengers' sequel. Diesel quickly changed it back…" (full details)
"He starred as He-Man in the 80's, now Dolph Lundgren says if the casting were up »
- Garth Franklin
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Jodie Foster is developing a female-centric mob series for Showtime. Angie’s Body is said to be "a Sopranos-like drama that follows a shrewd and lethal woman who runs a family-based crime syndicate." It doesn't look like Jodie will star in it, but she is going to direct and executive produce. It's Showtime so I hope there are lesbians.
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Remember when Wendi McLendon-Covey got drunk and kissed Ellie Kemper in Bridesmaids? Well now she's committing to being a lesbian on Modern Family. The funny lady will be playing "one-half of a lesbian couple whose son gets into a fight with Lily on the first day of kindergarten." Michaela Watkins will be her wife and Wendi tells EW:
I can’t wait. I go in and film it tomorrow and Wednesday and Thursday. »
Phase 4 Films has acquired North American rights to “Sassy Pants” from writer-director Coley Sohn. The specialty distributor plans a day-and-date release in theatres and on VOD in the fall. A Santa Barbara International Film Festival world premiere, “Sassy Pants” stars Haley Joel Osment, Ashley Rickards and Anna Gunn in a coming-of-age drama about a teenager who leaves her mom to live with her dad and ends up forming a friendship with her dad’s young boyfriend. Adam Wilkins and Pavlina Hatoupis produced the project. Phase 4 execs Larry Greenberg and Katharyn Howe negotiated the deal with Traction Media on behalf of the filmmakers. "Teaming with Phase 4 was the perfect fit for us,” said Sohn. “‘Sassy Pants’ definitely vibes indie at times. It's dark, it's funny, and there's a lot of heart in there too. Festival audiences have responded really favorably to the movie, and we're very excited to have »
- Jay A. Fernandez
Berry Meyerowitz, President & CEO of Phase 4 Films, announced today that the company has acquired North American rights to writer-director Coley Sohn.s coming of age comedy/drama Sassy Pants. The film stars Haley Joel Osment (The Sixth Sense), Ashley Rickards (MTV.s .Awkward.) and Emmy-nominated Anna Gunn (AMC.s .Breaking Bad.). Adam Wilkins and Pavlina Hatoupis produced the project. Sassy Pants made its world premiere earlier this year at the 2012 Santa Barbara International Film Festival. Phase 4 will release the film day-and-date in theatres and on VOD this fall.
Sassy Pants is an edgy coming of age comedy about teenager, Bethany, desperate to get out from under her overprotective mother, runs off to live with her dad, and forms a bond with his much-younger boyfriend.
“Teaming with Phase 4 was the perfect fit for us,. said Sohn. .Sassy Pants definitely vibes indie at times. It’s dark, it’s funny, and »
- Michelle McCue
Here is last week's caption pic winner. This week's caption pic is at the bottom of the page.
Thanks to everyone for participating! The winner is ...
"Can it really be possible that they don't make cards for congratulating newly-made Knights of the Thistle?"
Thanks to tim b for this week's winning caption!
AfterElton Hot 100 Favorite James Duke Mason at the Outfest screening of Vito in L.A.
Weekend Birthdays! (Note: Birthday shoutouts are for out entertainers, allies, or for any celeb that seems to have a following on Ae). Happy Birthday to Ae members Iheartfrosty and glen. Patrick Stewart is 72, Harrison Ford is 70, Jane Lynch is 52, Matthew Fox is 46, Brian Austin Green is 39, Scott Foley is 40, the faboo Brigitte Nielsen is 49 (again) and Linda Ronstadt is 66. What are your Linda faves? Here are mine: 10. "Long Long Time," 9. "Shattered," 8. "You're No Good," 7. "Still Within The Sound Of My Voice," 6. "Just One Look, »
Now that I've publicly Dtr'd with Awkward in various interviews and gushy posts, I no longer feel the need to begin these posts explaining why I have such a deep love for the smartest, slyest, funniest show MTV has ever aired. And with the second season continuing to deepen my admiration for the wonderful world Lauren Iungerich has created, I feel the best is still yet to come.
Something star Ashley Rickards confirmed when we chatted in anticipation of tonight's third episode. One that sees the Matty/Jenna/Jake love triangle take an unexpected turn. But according to Ashley, that's nothing compared to a pair of major shocks that are set for later this season!
TheInsider.com: First of all, I have loved the new season so far.
Ashley Rickards: Thanks! I have to say, there's some pretty freaking exciting stuff coming up that's going to sound like a publicity pitch – but I'm actually downplaying it because »
RobThe Palm Beach International Film Festival (Pbiff) is back for its 17th year in the south of Florida. This time, the festival will open with Jake Schreier's "Robot and Frank," a film that received some positive reviews at Sundance in January. The story follows a elderly man (Frank Langella) whose children opt to buy him an android companion in lieu of placing him in a nursing home. One week after the festival opening "Sassy Pants," the latest from Coley Sohn will close out the festivities. Anna Gunn, Diedrich Bader and Haley Joel Osment lead the cast of the new film that follows a teenage girl's escape from her family and her pursuit of an education in the world of fashion. In the intervening seven days between beginning and end, the festival will feature a full slate of films (all of which can be found at www.pbifilmfest.org) as »
- Steve Greene
We've got a few quick casting stories to report this morning. First up, Stark Sands (Generation Kill) has joined the Coen Brothers' upcoming film Inside Llewyn Davis. The movie takes place in 1961 Greenwich Village and centers on a young musician (Oscar Isaac) trying to make it in the folk scene. The film co-stars Carey Mulligan, Justin Timberlake, Garrett Hedlund, and John Goodman. According to Deadline, Sands will play "Troy Nelson, a young soldier on leave who's a forlorn and talented musician." Sands' recently appeared in the Broadway adaptation of Green Day's Americna Idiot. Hit the jump for casting news on I'll Follow You Down and John Michael McDonagh's Calvary. Deadline reports that Haley Joel Osment will star in Richie Mehta's sci-fi mystery drama, I'll Follow You Down. The story revolves around "a scientist who mysteriously disappears after a business trip, only to have his son Erol, played by Osment, »
- Matt Goldberg
Sassy Pants is a biting coming-of-age comedy that follows recent homeschool grad Bethany Pruitt (Ashley Rickards) as she struggles to break free. As valedictorian of her one-student homeschool class, Bethany is stuck at home with her younger brother Shayne (Martin Spanjers) and their oppressive mother, June (Anna Gunn). Unable to take it anymore, Bethany catches the nearest Greyhound to her gay dad Dale’s (Diedrich Bader) mobile home, where he lives with his fun, younger boyfriend, Chip (Haley Joel Osment). When the fashion-inclined Bethany learns about the Fashion Art Technology Institute, she sees a chance to break free, once and for all, and make her own way in the world. During an interview while at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival (Sbiff) to premiere the film, actor Haley Joel Osment and writer/director Coley Sohn talked about the inspiration for the story, finding the right balance for a flamboyant character like Chip Hardy, »
- Christina Radish
Remember Haley Joel Osment, the adorable/creepy kid from The Sixth Sense and Pay It Forward? He’s making a comeback in Sassy Pants and trying his darndest to make a new impression on a public that hasn’t seen him in a feature film since 2003 when he starred Secondhand Lions.
In the new independent comedy, he plays Chip, a young, hard-partying gay man who forms a relationship with his much older boyfriend’s naïve daughter. The bold career move reminds me of Macaulay Culkin, another former child star who tried to make the difficult transition into adult stardom by reemerging in edgy projects like Party Monster and the religious comedy Saved!. While it didn’t exactly work for Culkin, hopefully Osment’s makes a much more successful re-introduction on Jan. 28, the day when Sassy Pants premieres at the Santa Barbara International Film Festival.
Written and directed by Coley Sohn, »
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Here’s the trailer for Sassy Pants, some indie movie or something co-starring Ashley Rickards, Anna Gunn (Skyler from Breaking Bad) and Diedrich Bader (Oswald from The Drew Carey Show), but which mostly grabbed our attention because of the surprise big-screen return of a now 23-year-old Haley Joel Osment: It’s himmmmmm!!! “I see dead Adults…” So what’s Mr. Joel Osment been up to since the big Pay It Forward / A.I. double-Oscar-snub? (Can’t you win Two Oscars by the time you’re 15?) According to this Google prompt, people Really want to know if he got fat: Oh, you can watch the trailer for Sassy Pants after the jump. It’s alright. The biggest highlight has already been screencapped above (the Google thing): Finally – Haley Joel Osment and Diedrich Bader back together for the first time since The Country Bears, when Osment played a character named Beary Bearrington. »
- Dan Hopper
Jeff Goldblum has been cast as one of Rachel's dads on Glee - BuddyTV See a grown-up Haley Joel Osment in the Sassy Pants trailer - NextMovie Watch the trailer for Girl in Progress starring Eva Mendes - Rotten Tomatoes Check out a shirtless Michael Fassbender on his latest magazine cover - The Hollywood Reporter Watch the Josh Kelley music video that Katherine Heigl directed - Moviefone Was that really Steve Carell on The Office? - HuffPost TV Find out which rapper is hosting the Grammys - Zap2It Kristen Wiig puts a rest to the Bridesmaids sequel rumors - /Film Check out the hottest Winter TV fashion - FabSugar »
It has been some time since we've seen Haley Joel Osment. The Sixth Sense star practically went into hiding after 2003's Secondhand Lions, saving us all from watching his awkward stage unfold across the big screen like so many child stars before him. (Thank you, Haley.) Instead, Osment smartly sidestepped the spotlight, went to college, and took to voice acting, making only the occasional film appearance in a couple of movies you've likely never heard of. But now he's back and all grown up in the trailer for writer-director Coley Sohn's debut feature Sassy Pants. Based on the Sohn's award-winning comedic short "Boutenniere," Sassy Pants centers on the coming-of-age tale of Bethany Pruitt (Awkward star Ashley Rickards), a home-schooled teen who is desperately seeking freedom from the overbearing parenting of her sweet but smothering single-mom (Breaking Bad's Anna Gunn). So, she runs off to live with her absentee »
Though he hasn't done much in the vein of acting in nearly a decade (his last high profile film was Secondhand Lions in 2003), it looks like Haley Joel Osment is on the verge of a grown-up comeback. We've previously heard that Osment was looking to return to the big screen a couple other projects, but it looks like we might see his return in a film called Sassy Pants. In the film about a teenage girl (Ashley Rickards) with a gay dad (Diedrich Bader) and overbearing mom, who is trying to get a job and go away to college, Osment plays the father's young boyfriend Chip Hardy sporting cut-off jean shorts. Watch below! Here's the trailer for Coley Sohn's quirky comedy Sassy Pants courtesy of THR: Coley Sohn wrote and directed Sassy Pants which marks the return of child star Haley Joel Osment (The Sixth Sense) to the big »
- Ethan Anderton
Sassy Pants looks a bit like Whip It if Ellen Page’s character found Joker makeup instead of Roller Derby. The coming-of-age film follows Bethany Pruitt (Awkward favorite Ashley Rickards), fresh out of high school and trying to spread her wings despite her suffocating mother (and by “suffocating,” I mean “wants Bethany to go to college nearby” — for shame!), her emotionally wrought, alcoholic, gay dad, Dale, and Dad’s hot young piece of cutoffs-wearing, line-dancing tail, played by none other than Haley Joel Osment (who is rockin’ the Pete-Wentz-circa-2007 bangs like the rent’s due tomorrow). Did I mention that »
- Lanford Beard
There are two things you don’t hear us say very often on this site: one of them is “Haley Joel Osment” and the other is “Sassy Pants.” Tonight marks the exceedingly rare moment where we’ll say both of those things in one sentence, as in, we have a new trailer for you from the comedy Sassy Pants starring Haley Joel Osment. The film, by debut feature director Coley Sohn, stars Ashley Rickards (Awkward) as a teenage girl who attempts to get a job before going away to college. Complicating her plans of escape are an overbearing mom (Anna Gunn of Breaking Bad) and her gay father, played by Diedrich Bader (Napoleon Dynamite). The aforementioned Osment plays Chip Hardy, the father’s boyfriend. Hit the jump to watch the trailer and see Osment like you’ve never seen him before (and probably never wanted to). Thanks to THR for »
- Dave Trumbore
Sundance audiences get to see Haley Joel Osment as they've never seen before as the coming-of-age indie comedy makes its debut at the Park City festival this month. The "Sixth Sense" star is definitely all grown up -- and works the jean shorts as a much older man's lover.
It's certainly a far cry from the fantasy-based characters Osment was playing over a decade ago, and he looks like he might be the best thing about the rather precious-looking "Sassy Pants," which chronicles the trials and tribulations of a recent high school graduate who has to contend with her meddling mother and gay father. It looks a bit like "Terri," only with a pretty girl and not as funny or insightful.
- Bryan Enk
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