We’d forgotten that Donald Glover is in Magic Mike XXL until his poster dropped today. Now there’s yet another reason (check out his abs!) to look forward to the sequel which opens July 1.
What little girl or gay guy wouldn’t want a relatable Amy Schumer doll?
Grandma star Lily Tomlin, who is surely one of the greatest comic talents in entertainment history, discusses some of pioneering funny ladies who served as role models to her as a young girl.
Tangerine, a breakout hit at their year’s Sundance Film Festival, was shot with an iPhone and is the latest from micro-budget auteur Sean Baker. The film paints a vivid portrait of a pair of transgender prostitutes in Hollywood and will open in select theaters July 10.
What Happened Miss Simone? is a meticulously-detailed chronicle of late, legendary recording artist Nina Simone, who battled manic-depression and fought for civil rights and recorded some of the best-known songs of the 20th century. The doc will premiere in select theaters and on Netflix June 26.
Andy Cohen opens up about his close friendship with Anderson Cooper to Attitude magazine. Asked if they’re a similar type of gay man, Cohen puts it simply: “We’re both daddies? We’re both silver guys? We are! He’s my good mate. We have a great time. He and I are going on tour together, starting this month, in Boston. We travel extensively together actually. We’re doing a speaking tour soon. But yes, we’re both daddies.”
Remember when Nick Jonas and his two brothers wore purity rings as teenagers? Jonas, 22, now says, “It shaped my view of the importance of sex. My journey with faith evolved and became more about my personal relationship with God. It was about me being comfortable with my decisions. As a 22-year-old man, I’m a man in all ways, and I’m comfortable with that. It’s freeing now to be transparent.”
Jennifer Saunders insists once again that there will definitely be an AbFab film. During a recent talk show appearance Saunders reveals that she won £10,000 from co-creator Dawn French who bet that Saunders wouldn’t write a script by the end of the year; the first draft was in French’s hands on New Year’s Eve. Joanna Lumley (who plays Patsy, of course) told Saunders, “Do it before we die!”
With Mad Men sadly coming to an end in a few weeks, many people are wondering what might have happened to Sal, the closeted art director who was fired during season three. The actor who played him, Bryan Batt, isn’t certain has offered some possibilities to The Hollywood Reporter: “He was either going to explode out of the closet or remain so closeted and never have that aspect to his life, that deep longing, satisfied. I think in the world of Mad Men, it’s probably the latter, sadder, more tragic one. But since we don’t know what happens, I like to take the more positive route. I like to think later down the line, Sal finally realizes, ‘I can’t do this anymore… as much as I love you, Kitty.’ Then, he puts on the kaftan and gets a Yorkshire Terrier.”