Dreamy British actor Ben Whishaw, who might be starring as Freddie Mercury in an upcoming biopic, is very happy he came out. He recently told Marie Claire mag that “It was never a secret, everyone around me in my life knew” and now he just wants to get on with life.
The first season of Looking ended with our protagonist Patrick (Jonathan Groff) involved in a torrid, can’t lose triangle with Kevin (Russell Tovey, above with Goff) and Richie (Raul Castillo). We’ll learn which he chose when the series returns January 11.
American Idol also-ran Clay Aiken may have the election earlier this week, but he’s won a deal for a reality series with Esquire TV, which will document his failed bid to become a North Carolina Congressman.
If you can’t get a ticket to Interstellar this weekend go see the gay-themed Brazilian drama The Way He Looks, which opens in select theaters Friday.
The honors continue to pour in for Laverne Cox. The OITNB star has deservedly been named one of Glamour magazine’s Women of the Year.
Carey NoKey is pursuing the “American Dream” and he’s making it come true so far. The singer will open for RuPaul’s Drag Race Tour next year.
November may have spawned a monster, but it also spawned the promising-sounding Teatro Moz, the world’s first Morrissey Theater festival that takes place in L.A. November 13.
Clay’s show is not a reality series, its a 4 hour documentary that is by the same Academy award winning people who made the documentary chronicling Obama’s Presidential campaign and the one in 2012 for Mitt Romney’s unsuccessful run.
“We’ll learn which he chose.” The cheater/liar, repressed adolescent, and whiner gets to pick? Pathetic!
Whishaw is sexy, i love him as Q.
I don’t know if i’ll watch the 2nd season of Looking. The first season was ok, nothing great.
Aiken looks strange. He’s aging horribly or is making the worst plastic surgery decisions.
The Way he Looks is SOOOO sweet.
Ben Whishaw played a guy who was arrested and sent to prison for killing a girl he picked up (there are some nude shots of him in the movie). The funniest thing about the movie is that he is so “gay” in it that it is hard to believe that anybody could have believed he was straight. Guys in the UK must be pretty effiminated if Whishaw managed to pull off straight.
I feel inadequate when thinking about Lavern Cox. I wish I had her strength and hope she remains strong. She deserves every accolade and smile she has.
Years of being forced to endure hatred and torture have left me with no self-esteem. If she can make it, I know I can claw my way to accepting who I am.
@MarionPaige: As a British guy myself it’s increasingly hard to tell gay from straight here. Plus, camp isn’t an exclusively gay thing here. There are plenty of camp straight men in the UK.
@MarionPaige: There is that whole “gay or European” stereotype…
@Gothrykke: I’m so sorry to hear about your struggles. I hope you find your strength. I don’t know very many details about Lavern’s background, but it sounds like she’s had support (including her twin brother). Don’t beat yourself up over your own struggles. Too many people have already done that to you.
@MarionPaige: I see that you continue to be an awful, awful human being.
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