Dustin Lance Black Keeps His Oscar (And Oprah) Close

Rumored to be running around West Hollywood with his Oscar, Academy Award-winning Milk screenwriter Dustin Lance Black stopped by Oprah After the Show to relive what it feels like to have your dreams come true.

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  • rogue dandelion

    I’d be living it up too!

  • David

    Yep. Still in love with him. *nods*

  • AlleeKat

    Awesome, truly awesome.

  • 7SnowyNights

    God, I love him.

    I don’t know what I love more: his talent, his just complete coolness, or his hotness.

  • Sebbe

    I’m glad you posted this in case people hadn’t seen it. Where I first saw it yesterday, the comments where pretty encouraging. A lot of straights were supportive of him and felt the could relate to him.

  • rick

    ed begley sr. carried his oscar for advise and consent with him everywhere. he kept it in the trunk of his car and showed it off every chance he got.

  • alan brickman

    did he really use it on Brent Corrigan? cool….

  • Cole

    I don’t find him hot at all. I do find it weird that a 35 year old man is sporting zach ephron hairstyle though.

  • Sebbe

    @ew & cole – Maybe a better idea would be listening to him instead of critiquing his hair and face.

  • ew.


    i tried, but his fugness is too distracting

  • Alan

    He is calm, collected, and genuine. He is also handsome and not over the top like most in hollywood. I’d say he’s damn sexy all around.

  • KB

    @EW, if you aren’t attracted to someone, that doesn’t make them “ugly.”

    This guy is a total hero to a lot of folks, who also find him attractive. I think you doth protest too much!

  • Tonytigger


    Harvey Milk was the hero. Dustin Lance Black isn’t a hero. Let’s use the word “hero” when it is appropriate. We are so quicky to throw that word around when it isn’t warranted.

  • Sebbe

    @Tonytigger – Well in a way he was. Many people my age had never even heard of Harvey Milk before this movie. DLB was able to bring the story out in a way that made it interesting to people. I’m not saying once is better than the other or DLB is a bigger hero, he is not. But there are varying degrees of greatness.

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