Mar 08 2013
Need To Know: Matt Damon Is The Tops, Joy Behar No Longer Enjoys The View, You'll Be GLAAD You Entered + MORE Comments (2)

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*widget boy cultureJoy Behar quits The View after 16 years.

*widget boy cultureFBI "monitoring" Marco McMillian murder.

*widget boy cultureTen-year-old eco-blogger interviews Amy Ray of The Indigo Girls.

*widget boy cultureTHE DEVIL YOU KNOW:  Justin Bieber: "Only God can judge me."

*widget boy cultureSynergy does not pay the fucking rent.

*widget boy cultureLindsay Lohan saying "no, no, no" to rehab.

*widget boy culture"[Madonna] never had to...tell me that it was OK that I was 'born this way.'"

*widget boy cultureDesperately seeking Denise Van Outen

*widget boy cultureWin a trip to the GLAAD Awards.

*widget boy cultureAnal sex scene in Beyond the Candelabra done in one...take.

1250-ew-COVER"Every Sunday night, this girl wo uld come to my house and I would stand in my garage and I would hike my boxer briefs up into the crack of my ass and she would give me a spray tan."—Matt Damon, on playing Scott Thorson

Dec 22 2012
That Arrow Guy Makes Me Quiver Comments (1)

Arrow's Stephen Amell is one of Entertainment Weekly's (December 28, 2012—January 4, 2013) picks for "2012 Breakouts." He's definitely dedicated to his series, saying:

"I'd have to have a kid to care about something more than I care about Arrow. If someone messes with it, I'd be like, 'Don't you mess with my son!'"

Dec 01 2012
They're Entertainment! Comments (0)
Entertainment Weekly (December 7, 2012) is pretty spot-on with its choices for the Entertainers of the Year, including Channing Tatum, Jennifer Lawrence and Ben Affleck. See all the rest here.
Oct 21 2012
Madonna Wrote The Book On Sex Comments (8)

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Twenty years ago today, Madonna released (unleashed?) her Sex book. Instantly infamous, the book sold out everywhere and is a collectible to this day—but it also hurt Madonna's record sales and alienated scores of fans for several years. It represented Madonna at her most defiant, at her brattiest, and not always at her most creative (that story about her "gash" just won't leave my mind).

From my Encyclopedia Madonnica, published two years after Sex, here are...

The 6 Dumbest Things Ever Said About Sex:

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Oct 20 2012
Once Smitten Comments (0)

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Josh Dallas of Once Upon a Time is enchanting in Entertainment Weekly (October 26, 2012).

Madonna's Erotica Album Turns 20 Today Comments (11)

Nov61992_143_lgHard (as a rock) to believe it, but Madonna's seminal album Erotica was released 20 years ago today, got spanked by many critics (though not as many as the press would soon imply) and became her lowest selling studio album to that point, thanks in part to the sexual saturation of the album, the Sex book and the following January's Body of Evidence movie.

Many fans rank it as her best album. For me, it doesn't hold a candle (nor does it drop hot wax on) the likes of Madonna, Ray of Light or Like a Prayer, but it's sure a solid piece of work thanks to its glorious singles and "Thief of Hearts".

Oct 15 2012
My Sister Cam Comments (3)

Modern Family
In Entertainment Weekly (October 12—19, 2012), Mark Harris gingerly hates on Modern Family's gay-couple template, which has spread to The New Normal (dreadful) and Partners (not great, but it was funnier last episode). He raises some great points, including how unreal these people are. We all know queens, but these are wildly overdrawn.

Or is it just because all TV sitcom characters are over the top?

Jul 20 2012
Deep In The Heart Comments (5)

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With thanks to Thom: Check out Josh Henderson's crotch area in the new Entertainment Weekly (July 27, 2012). Is it supposed to be where a revolver would be?

The sexier pic is after the jump...

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Jun 21 2012
On The Record Comments (3)

Entertainment Weekly (June 29, 2012) has an interesting feature on the "new art of coming out" in Hollywood. In a nutshell, the magazine points out that many of the celebrities who've made if official in the years since Ellen's "Yep, I'm gay" splash have done so in low-key ways or as an afterthought. This removes the defensive argument many people make about gay public figures not having to march in pride parades—that was never the point. The point was making it official, and more and more are doing so.

Sidenote: Above is the newsstand cover, but the subscription cover needs space for a mailing address so loses two faces. The two who were considered expendable: Jane Lynch and Jesse Tyler Ferguson.

May 16 2012
Exhibitionistic Streak Comments (4)

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Entertainment Weekly reveals its best-EVER cover.