14 posts categorized "SARAH JESSICA PARKER"
JUST JACK'S BACK: Will & Grace comes out...of mothballs, for Logo TV.
Listen to EDM artist Jack Gelman's "Free Me."
Amazing Hacienda auction.
Country's oldest gay bookstore, Giovanni's Room, for sale.
LIZA-APPROVED: Michelle Williams as "Sally Bowles" in Broadway Cabaret revival.
Bruce Weber goes pansexual.
Even Kim Kardashian beat Madonna to grills.
Daniel Radcliffe is shirtless and horny.
Toy helicopter decapitates its 19-year-old operator.
The mortgage isn't underwater, but the house is underground.
Cutie Zac strips to become university's "anatomical man."
I think I once noted the resemblance between Sarah Jessica Parker and Ruth Buzzi (I totally see it), but I have to have sympathy for the girl when people take potshots at her constantly. Just this past week, in the March 4, 2013, editions of National Enquirer (above) and In Touch (below), she was compared to "Granny" from The Beverly Hillbillies and "Sulley" from Monsters, Inc.
Hustling hottie Sebastian La Cause reminisces about working with Whoopi Goldberg, Sarah Jessica Parker, Liza Minnelli and a lot of other people you'd die to meet.
As of midnight tonight, it will be exactly five years since my first post. It's hard to imagine it's been that long, and a lot's changed—the tone and subject matter are different, how often I post, my limits (no nudity in a couple of years due to ad constraints). I've devoted a crazy amount of time and money and energy to this blog for a very small financial return (you couldn't guess low enough), but it's always rewarding to have this forum with which to express myself, keep my writing ability fluid, perhaps influence a couple of people here and there, share obsessions with strangers (in both senses of the word) and learn new things.
Take That's Howard...can you believe this happened onstage at a pop concert?
Here are some of the posts that were most important to Boy Culture's history. For the uninitiated, some of the oldest ones refer to Boy Culture, the movie made of my novel; I started the blog at the time Boy Culture was being filmed as a way to keep people informed of the progress...and it all snowballed from there.
Some of these posts are milestones when it comes to the hits they provided but most are filled with original writing and/or photography and video and are just the posts of which I'm proudest. I hope you'll take some time to click on them and send their links around to others—and some time is what you'll need...
FROM BOY TO MAN: BC B.C. (2007): The entire history of my novella, novel and movie Boy Culture; might be my ultimate post.
From '07, one of my faves. Old iPhones were better because they were worse.
"Your pictures suck" (2008): An art critic attacks me, but not without sustaining some hits in return.
BOY ON FILM (2006): An account of the NYC launch party for Boy Culture as it played the TriBeCa Film Fest.
FRIENDS AND "FAMILY" (2006): The movie version of Boy Culture hits Chicago.
RAPT PUPIL (2006): The final night of Outfest with Boy Culture; I was fat but on the other hand got to meet Bryan Singer.
DRAWN TOGETHER (2008): How my desire to draw related to my secret desire. One of my absolute favorite posts.
BURNING MAN (2007): Tribute to my late high school friend and first romance.
AN OBSESSION IS BORN (2009): One of my best posts about my obsession with...obsession.
ILLINOIS DEATH TRIP (2007): Ruminations on death while revisiting a past home, and the past.
PASSING BY (2008): Mourning the loss of a person I only met once.
HAVEN'T WE MET? (2010): Celebrating my time with someone I've only met once—Madonna.
Florence of Arabia
I was one of the few who mostly liked the first Sex and the City movie. I was perplexed why it was so thoroughly panned by critics (even making some year's-worst lists)—it was a faithful extension of the show, albeit one with a couple of confounding plot points. I felt the parts that bugged me bugged me in a good way, a provocative way. Like sex, even the lamest orgasm is right on the money, right?
Challenging that notion, Sex and the City 2 is definitely a bit of a boner-killer.
A woman who doesn't know her place...until she does
I knew I was in trouble when director and writer Michael Patrick King stated he'd made this film in response to seeing the series' fans dressing up and partying in the aisles when seeing the first flick. He wanted to extend the party. A film made for that purpose was only ever going to be shallow; and a Sex and the City created strictly for the fun of it, all party instead of part party, part museum, part high-end store, part shrink session, was bound to wind up a caricature of itself.
Sexy in the city
The cast of Sex and the City 2 (plus many glittering hangers-on) appeared in NYC to launch the film that opens with midnight showings tomorrow. Everyone (except for Liza Minnelli) looked great. Enjoy this last bit of positivity before I post my review just after it opens...
This outfit does zilch—with a "Z"—for Liza
Noah Mills, another notch in Samantha's bed post
Whatever he's done to himself, it still works on Jason Lewis
You're not gonna BUH-LIEVE the product placement Suzanne Somers gets in the flick!
All images courtesy of Warner Bros.
An easy way to enter to get a personal phone call from Sarah Jessica Parker on the day Sex and the City 2 opens...is right here.