The best things really do come to those who wait: Songstress Annie Lennox is finally teetering on the brink of her first big break — after decades of toiling in obscurity:
I think I'm in with a chance ??!!!
Posted by Annie Lennox on Thursday, June 29, 2017
After last Sunday’s mind-melting episode of Twin Peaks: The Return — which we’ve now watched five times, and we’re okay with that — the words “Gotta light?” can never be uttered without causing everyone’s eyeballs to involuntarily sweat in abject terror.
Meet Robert Broski, the jovial character actor who plays The Woodsman, and who helped usher in the most extreme episode of the groundbreaking series to date.
You can read Hollywood Reporter‘s (spoiler-heavy) interview with the actor here. Drink deep and descend.
Everything is reviving. All shows will revive. The fourth installment of Tales of the City is coming to Netflix, and magically, original stars Laura Linney and Olympia Dukakis are signed on to return.
Based on Armistead Maupin’s newspaper serial and subsequent novels, the 10-episode “present-day continuation” will be written by The Hours‘ Michael Cunningham. Maupin will executive produce alongside Alan Poul.
Does “present-day continuation” mean the beloved characters will be living in the soulless San Francisco of 2017, in which tech culture runs rampant, rents are prohibitively expensive, and any pretense of bohemia is all but dead? Anna Madrigal will be pissed.
Here’s a trailer for the original PBS miniseries from 1993:
Hey you: You know what? Adam Lambert doesn’t give “Two Fux” about what you think, alright? If you even think Adam Lambert gives “Two Fux” about what you basic AF, Internet-addicted, boil-poppin’ virgin-princess-of-a-certain-age thinks of him, think again. Because he doesn’t give “Two Fux.”
His new song is something about Tarot cards, smoking green, pink flamingos, magic, and also just not giving “Two Fux”. Because he doesn’t. Nope.
Brant Daugherty has never been what you’d call paunchy. But the 31-year-old actor has really outdone himself with this new, ridiculously jacked physique, most likely to prepare for his role in Fifty Shades Freed.
Does this mean we’re gonna have to go and actually see a Fifty Shades movie? Um, no.
But man, he’s really buff.
I remember watching tales of the city. I was a destitute twenty something guy and this gay couple in their 50s took me in. I remember them lamenting on the 70s in SF like it was yesterday. I guess in 93 it wasn’t that far back. Now I’m 50 and they’re in their 70s. Time sure flies.
I was deep in the closet, early twenties. Laura Linney was my hero.
I loved Laura Linney ever since then. She’s awesome. Looking forward to seeing her again, Tales of the City, the new tales on Netflix.
Brant is cute – but that makeover is all veins…
Mr. Daugherty seriously needs to eat something. Isn’t his mother still alive?
Never heard of Brant, nice body, but the veins sticking out are just gross, sorry.
I like fit, not so much over-the-top w/veins, etc….At that point, the look isn’t even human. Imho.
I want to lick every inch of Brant’s sexy body.
There’s such a thing as overdeveloped,when muscles have muscles.It produces a bulky cumbersome picture but can you turn it back a bit without fuc*ing up the entire body?
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