300 is a new film described as "a ferocious retelling of the ancient Battle of Thermopylae" in a behind-the-scenes segment offered up on Apple's website. It's based on a graphic novel by Frank … [Read more...] about 300: Warrior Fetishists Unite!
The Saint of 9/11, a new documentary about Father Mychal Judge, who worked tirelessly in New York to help others overcome addiction, poverty, and personal struggles before he became a symbol of the … [Read more...] about Mychal Judge: The Saint of 9/11
The four-bedroom home that Cary Grant shared for many years with his "roommate" Randolph Scott is for sale at 2177 W. Live Oak Drive in the Los Feliz neighborhood of L.A. Grant also shared it with his … [Read more...] about Cary Grant & Randolph Scott’s “Bachelor Hall” for Sale
This appears to be the first clip of Brandon Routh in flight, from the upcoming Bryan Singer-directed Superman Returns. It's a clip from an Australian Coke commercial. I think in these close-ups Routh … [Read more...] about Superman Returns and Brandon Routh Flies
The choice of Daniel Craig has inspired much criticism from die-hard Bond fans, but the actor has said he'll take the sexually adventurous 007 to new places in the upcoming Casino Royale if need be. … [Read more...] about Daniel Craig: Gays on Board with New Bond
Here's hoping Dolly Parton wins the Oscar for her song "Travelin' Thru" from Transamerica. Here she is yesterday, either rehearsing for the Oscars or doing a promo spot for Hot Pockets. Dolly said … [Read more...] about Dolly Parton Gets Ready
To accompany my short notes on Jonathan Caouette's Tarnation, here's an insightful interview. Provincetown set to receive 1000th gay marriage license application. … [Read more...] about
Speaking of Elephant, I went and saw it today. It's definitely one of my favorite Gus van Sant films, up there with To Die For and Drugstore Cowboy. But it's an entirely different animal, so to speak. … [Read more...] about The Anti-Breakfast Club