10 posts categorized "JEREMY RENNER"
Bachmann's "unnatural relationship" sounds natural—seen 'er hubby?
So I now LOVE Anna Kendrick.
Jeremy Renner & his ex-GF were barebackers.
GLAAD announces its Media Award nominees.
Elton & David welcome 2nd kid.
San Francisco might name airport after Milk.
It Could Be Worse official trailer could be worse.
Linus Roache-esque papal secretary is scorching hot...
...but Peter Nelson is 10X hotter.
Paper (shockingly) pulls disgusting anti-trans article.
Emmy Rossum sings "These Foolish Things (Remind Me of You)".
On Victor Garber, Jodie Foster and "outing."
Aleksandr Ovchinnikov's hotness by Ruslan Elquest. (Work Unfriendly)
Yet another sexiest-tennis-players list. (Can never be too many.)
Via Entertainment Weekly (February 4—11, 2011), whoever wins an Oscar in February is gonna win no matter what, but these guys (at least one of whom is guaranteed to win one) have something just as beautiful as a plurality of respect from their peers—great faces...more after the jump...
"As The Enquirer reported, he's fanned speculation about his sexuality by refusing to address the reports that he's gay, while three-times-married Cruise has also been dogged by apparently false gay rumors."
One correction: If Renner's gay, it's not a man-crush, it's a crush.
"He'll have a plain white shirt altered by a tailor. 'It's like building a house, or anything, really,' he say. 'That's just how my mind is built. I think about the shingles on a roof or the piping on a couch or the leather on a jacket.'"
Many more pix after the jump...
Kristoffer Winters, a 31-year-old New Jersey native and an actor (he had a small part in The Hurt Locker) in his own right, is definitely Jeremy Renner's partner; it's just a matter of figuring out whether they're partners in love, business or both. According to a January 30, 2010, piece in the L.A. Times, the guys had owned a Hollywood Hills home together since 2008 that they refurbished and were recently able to sell for over twice what they paid (nice in this market!).
Meredith Vieira's "man-hugging" jokes regarding Anthony Mackie and Jeremy Renner at the Oscars ruffled enough gay feathers that she has sincerely apologized:
"Words are extremely powerful and should never be chosen lightly, even in a lighthearted moment. I apologize to any and all that I offended. My support of the gay and lesbian community is longstanding and well documented. It has not and will never waver."
I can't remember the last time we got an abject apology as opposed to one of those weasel apologies ('Sorry if you were offended by my remarks, which I don't take back').
National Enquirer (March 22, 2010) passive-aggressively outs The Hurt Locker's Jeremy Renner (cleverly playing on his military role by invoking "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" as how he is living his life) in a new story, which quotes a former acting coach as saying:
"I have never had the pleasure of meeting Jeremy's boyfriend, but the fact that Jeremy is gay has never been a primary concern."
The mag's only other "evidence" comes in the form of quoteless insinuations that he's a "song-and-dance man with an affinity for show tunes," has a "passion" to become a makeup artist and is less interested in tough roles than he is in landing "more emotionally complex parts." Oh, that and the fact that he once told producers of a Jeffrey Dahmer movie that he "had no problem acting gay."
I know what you're thinking...
Oh, and he took his mom to the Oscars. (Okay, this is a lot of circumstantial evidence! Or, if you prefer, this is a lot of circumstantial evidence!)
I find all of this especially interesting because the tabloids seem so reluctant to out entrenched stars, yet do seem to target newcomers from time to time to out—which is what this is, because they're going out of their way to use a quote from the hometown acting coach that was published elsewhere so could easily have been ignored. (P.S. It's clear Enquirer didn't get that quote directly from the coach, but Google shows no reference to it appearing anywhere. Perhaps they got it from a sneaky stringer?)