20 posts categorized "RYAN MURPHY"
Via THR: The Boys in the Band is heading where it belonged all along — to Broadway.
Mart Crowley's legendary 1968 show has long polarized gay men since it's about a group of gay guys tearing each other to shreds which, obviously, is soooo far from the truth.
Speaking of obvious, it will be directed by Joe Mantello and produced by Ryan Murphy, who of late has been like a gay kid in a gay candy store, revitalizing all things past and casting fun, sexy, gay-and-otherwise actors in juicy roles in can't-miss projects ...
Mercedes Williamson is yet another trans person to face a grim end, including mutilation.
A full report on this shocking crime, plus other hot links of the day — an amazing auction for AIDS, the return of Will & Grace and more ...
If you caught the Emmys, you may have seen Jackie Hoffman — nominated for her brilliant turn as enigmatic Mamacita in Feud: Bette and Joan — mouthing, “Dammit! Dammit!” when she lost to Ann Dowd (in The Handmaid's Tale).
For anyone with a brain, it was clearly a funny bit. But some entertainment outlets and others on Twitter must've checked their brains before the viewing party ...
Hillary Clinton — who I love but who I would never argue was Harvey Milk, yet who has shown herself to be a reliable LGBTQ ally — was a surpise eulogist at Edie Windsor's funeral Friday, prasing the equality hero and imploring all within earshot to stand up for justice.
It went way better than her Nancy Reagan eulogy. Way. Better.
Keep reading for some of her words, and for more of the day's hottest links, including McCain's trans ban declaration, Wesley Woods's full moon and Olivia de Havilland making Ryan Murphy her B-word ...
Via Los Angeles Times: Catherine Zeta-Jones's sub-par performance as Olivia de Havilland in FX's Feud just became even more of a liability for the series and network, inspiring a nasty lawsuit from the living legend.
Citing her right to publicity, de Havilland's suit excoriates FX and Murphy for putting false words in de Havilland's mouth and failing to compensate her.
I'm not sympathetic here. Sorry, but are we really going to decide that biopics can't exist?
Good luck, Olivia — you may have won your feud with your sister, but you're going to lose this one if it isn't settled.
P.S. It's funny that Murphy was all giddy over de Havilland's preliminary diss of his miniseries.