First model to accuse Bruce Weber of sex abuse comes forward — and he wants money. And he filed the suit after losing his agent.
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Entertainment Weekly offers a great sneak peek of American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace, starring Edgar Ramírez as the slain designer, Darren Criss as the murderous Andrew Cunanan, Ricky Martin as Versace's lover and Penelope Cruz as Donatella Versace.
RuPaul is the covergirl of Entertainment Weekly's June 23, 2017, LGBTQ Issue.
Of the dark period where Ru spent eight years out of character, he says:
I thought, “Could it be that this is not meant for me?” It was this horrible existence. One day, my friend Larry Tee called me and said, “Ru, what the f—k are you doing? You are a star. Get your ass back to New York and get your s—t together.” And I did… “I’m going to go back to New York and give those bitches exactly what they want from me.”
The issue also has a reunion of The L Word and talks with Will & Grace creator Max Mutchnick about the show's upcoming revival.
Check it out here.
This is unreal, but an Alabama drive-in's owners have canceled a screening of Beauty and the Beast because it ain't right with God.
Entertainment Weekly reports the Henagar Drive-In posted on Facebook that they were sick of companies that continually force their views on us, and absurdly asserted:
If we can not take our 11-year-old granddaughter and 8-year-old grandson to see a movie we have no business watching it. If I can't sit through a movie with God or Jesus sitting by me then we have no business showing it.
God or Jesus, either one.
These are the people who think liberals live in a bubble?
Here's the post if you feel like goober-trolling:
Meanwhile, Cosmo, which has a lot of great, incisive writing lately, says that director Bill Condon probably goofed by talking about his film's “exclusively gay moment” with LeFou lusting after Gaston — in the words of writer Eliza Thompson, “Disney's first out gay character failed.”
... all the chatter seems like nothing but an attempt to add liberal cred to a film without actually doing the work to make it progressive. Beauty and the Beast, a movie that weaves a love story out of forced isolation, could certainly benefit from some updating, but this “exclusively gay moment” doesn’t quite get it done.
Entertainment Weekly gives the film B-.
(Image by Roberta Trachtenberg for Entertainment Weekly)
DO THE MATH TEACHER: Pietro Boselli goes NUDE in latest shoot.
SWIFT RETALIATION: Hot piece Tom Hiddleston won't talk about Her.
SHE HAS SEX WITH ERIC DECKER... : ... by saying, “Babe, it's on.”
SEASON THREE-WAY: EW unveils its Outlander Season 3 cover.
YOUNGER HUNGER: Nico Tortorella opens up about sex with men, dating Kyle Krieger.
After our breakup I wanted to just hide forever but @nicotortorella asked me to be on his Podcast #TheLoveBomb so I did. It was a healing experience to say the least. We talked about so much.. social media, character flaws, insecurity, dating, falling in and out of love, sex, sobriety, and a lot of other things I never thought I'd say publicly. Go check it. He did a great job. The whole series of guests is wonderful. Hope you enjoy. LINK IN BIO. Congrats, friend. X
TRY HIM ON FOR SIZE: Mr. Leif Erik, dreamboat:
MEET VITOR MELO: No wonder he smiles when he takes selfies.
2,500 HOT DUDES: Click here for them.
JUST CAUSE: This calendar's for a good cause. I'd buy it for a bad cause:
CUTTING-ROOM FLOOR: This Trevor Donovan Speedo pic didn't make the cut:
George MacKay's butt. (Work Unfriendly)
Sarah Paulson is “absolutely” in love with Holland Taylor.
Tina Fey thought the Oscars had a lot of “Hollywood bullshit.”
Meet Greg: "Sure, Trump will probably try to deport a ton of people. But more tables at brunch, right?" pic.twitter.com/SuQnkW4d9g
— Twinks 4 Trump (@twinksfortrump) March 3, 2016
Who'd you rather: Ben Affleck or Henry Cavill?
(Covers via Entertainment Weekly)