Aussie actor Eric Bana is hanging up his spectacular ass forever, so pay your respects by watching this compilation of some its most unforgettable performances.
You know how actors love their beards. Check out Queerty correspondent John Carroll, who is also a dedicated LGBT activist, popular Broadway performer and model, wearing nothing but his on the cover of Next magazine.
Olympic gold medal-winning diver Matthew Mitcham took a break from discussing Tom Daley’s ass with Davey Wavey to perform a very impressive, multilingual cover of Dolly Parton’s early hit “Dumb Blonde” — on his ukulele!
Oh myyyy, here’s the trailer for To Be Takei, the new documentary that attempts to explain just how awesome actor/activist George Takei is in real life. Watch it exclusively on DirecTV July 3 through August 6.
Does anyone really believe Lindsay Lohan is capable of performing eight shows a week in the upcoming London revival of Speed-the Plow? Come on, the girl couldn’t even show up on time for a court appearance.
Five decades from now, will anyone still be talking about the Bieber? It’s doubtful, but it’s been 50 years since The Beatles conquered the world with their timeless music and they’re probably just as beloved as ever. To commemorate this pop culture juggernaut, their hit 1964 comedy A Hard Day’s Night is being re-released in select theaters next weekend.
So this is how Johnny Weir keeps his body rock hard!
Singer Sam Smith, whose album made an astonishing debut at number two this week, chats about smelling like dead people and offers advice on coming out.
Film exec James Schamus will be awarded with a lifetime achievement award for producing such queer classics as Brokeback Mountain and Milk.
It’s a mass return of TV heartthrobs! Ugly Betty‘s Michael Urie, currently winning raves for his Barbra Streisand impression in the tour of Buyer & Cellar, and Queer As Folk‘s Randy Harrison play a ridiculously attractive gay couple who find a million dollars while housesitting in the new screwball comedy Such Good People, which also costars Party of Five‘s Scott Wolf.
The late Donna Summer, the undisputed queen of disco, who raised the ire of her predominantly gay fan base over alleged homophobic remarks she disputed ever uttering, will be celebrated with an exhibit at the Grammy Museum in Los Angeles called Donna Summer: Four Seasons of Love.
Finally, for those who’ve followed the outrageous, often homphobic verbal diarrhea of Alec Baldwin over the years, this might come as sweet poetic justice. His daughter Ireland is dating a female rapper named Angel Haze. (For the record, we don’t really think he’s a homophobe, just a loudmouth who needs anger management.)