Aug 07 2015
Need To Know: So Right, So Wrong + Trump Dumps On Rosie + Throwing The First Bricks At STONEWALL + Chuck Fucks Obama + THE DAILY Go + Girls Who Love Boys Who Love ... + MORE! Comments (0)

*widget boy cultureRepublican debate, moment by moment. Images

*widget boy cultureSo will it be Walker/Fiorina v Clinton/Castro?

*widget boy cultureTrump is still slamming Rosie O'Donnell.

*widget boy cultureIf Megyn Kelly thinks you're a sexist, boy, you are a sexist.

*widget boy cultureBrad Pitt, shirtless in a tub.

*widget boy cultureDoes seem odd that Stonewall has a white boy kicking things off ...?

*widget boy cultureChuck Schumer is eager to go to war with Iran, apparently.

*widget boy culturePoor Jen Aniston is now Mrs. Justin Theroux.

*widget boy cultureJon Stewart signs off.

*widget boy cultureAngeylne: Paris Hilton “vapid,” celeb culture “gauche.” 

*widget boy cultureDoes D.C. have a male gang-rape problem?

*widget boy cultureRusty Joiner is HOT.

*widget boy cultureMadonna's Rebel Heart Tour broken down for Andy Cohen.

*widget boy cultureCaitlyn Jenner on her attraction to men versus women.

*widget boy cultureImprisoned for years ... thanks to lying witness.

*widget boy cultureHow deep is Calvin Harris's love?

*widget boy cultureCazwell is unaware of any cultural appropriation debates going on: Images

Aug 06 2015
Finally, It's Happened To Me ... Comments (0)

Andy_cohen_ewAndy Cohen has succeeded in getting an explosive interview with Madonna after lo, these many years. 

I'd love to see her expression when she was told he'd be interview her and he'd get the cover.

May 22 2015
Chris Me! Comments (0)


Happy weekend!

Apr 26 2015
MAD About The Boy Comments (0)


Yummy Tom Hardy on EW.

Aug 09 2014
As Close As You're Gonna Get To A Coming-Out Statement From Spacey Comments (0)

In Entertainment Weekly (August 15, 2014), the esteemed actor Kevin Spacey, presumed to be gay by just about everyone (hence my post title), relates a really cute story of his former fanboy years, when he ambushed Katharine Hepburn after her performance in A Matter of Gravity in L.A.:

“I was 13 or 14 years old. She parked her station wagon in the loading dock of the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, and I was waiting there with a bouquet of flowers. She came down this landing and she stopped and she looked at me. [In a Hepburn voice] 'You've waited for me. How lovely!' She took the flowers and sat on the bumper of her car and answered my questions about Spencer Tracy for, like 15 minutes.”

They apparently became pen pals and then pals.

Aug 08 2014
Need To Know: Ginger? Roger! + Straight White Male Discrimination + Shower Power + Turtle Time Goes Back Into Its Shell + Naked ROCKY + MORE! Comments (0)

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*widget boy cultureGreg Rutherford goes bare-assed for Attitude. (Work Unfriendly)

*widget boy cultureRon Paul < Rand Paul < ... RuPaul???

*widget boy cultureChicago White Sox LGBT Pride Night inspires outrage (in-rage?) online.

*widget boy cultureFun in the shower.

*widget boy cultureKARMA'S A BITCH: Ramona Singer officially divorcing Mario.

*widget boy cultureRenisha McBride's killer found guilty of murder. Finally...sanity.

*widget boy cultureKevin Spacey & Julia Louis-Dreyfus are drag versions of each other for EW.


*widget boy cultureTrust me: This boy is one of the hottest you'll see today.

*widget boy cultureFranco thinks speculating someone might be gay is “homophobic.”

*widget boy cultureMen of Rocky, which is closing in a week or so, for some reason got naked for Out anyway.

*widget boy cultureJustin Bieber FaceTimes with Malala.

*widget boy cultureUgandans pushing to reinstate Kill the Gays law.

*widget boy cultureEbola is God's punishment for (guess?) homosexualism.

*widget boy cultureGay men completing transformation to mindless bimbos:

Jul 12 2014
Movie Star Chris Pratt For ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY Comments (0)


Tasty Chris Pratt covers Entertainment Weekly (July 18, 2014) in shots to publicize Guardians of the Galaxy.

Inside, he remembers a humbling audition for Avatar:

“They said they want sombody that has 'that thing,' that 'It factor.' I walked into that room knowing that I did not have that thing, and I walked out thinking I would never have that thing, probably.”

By George, I think he's (now) got It.

Jun 28 2014
Trick Or Treat: Snooping Around Paulette Goddard Comments (0)

Tumblr_ljdrrkmD0I1qdibw5Fresh-faced as “a gamin” in Modern Times

Working my way through AFI's 1998 and 2007 lists of greatest films (Entertainment Weekly's two lists—here and here—are next), I finally saw Charlie Chaplin's (April 16, 1889—December 25, 1977) Modern Times (1936), which was quite impressively engaging considering it's nearly 80 years old and mostly silent. Very funny stuff, and enhanced by Paulette Goddard (June 3, 1910—April 23, 1990), who was a strikingly and appropriately modern beauty.

Paulette-Goddard-then-nowAging gracefully

Goddard's been interesting to me ever since she popped up ever so many times in The Andy Warhol Diaries, which were published after the artist's death due to hospital incompetence. Goddard was a Goddard-Hayes-Natwickbig-screen beauty who'd retired by the '60s, but she married well [rich dudes and/or creative types—including both Chaplin and Burgess Meredith (November 16, 1907—September 9, 1997], then became a fabulous NYC socialite.

Out of curiosity, I wondered what Goddard's final role was, and it turned out to be a stint on the long-forgotten, leaden pilot for the '70s series The Snoop Sisters, which was kind of like “Miss Marple” times two, starring Helen Hayes (October 10, 1900—March 17, 1993) and Mildred Natwick (June 19, 1905—October 25, 1994). It wasn't a very distinguished performance—Goddard, still lovely, was pretty stiff for a five-times-married, fading movie star (“Norma Treat”—often misspelled in various sources as “Treet“) someone was trying to murder—but it sure is fun to watch. Along with Hayes, Natwick and Goddard, the episode features Jill Clayburgh (April 30, 1944—November 5, 2010) as Goddard's concerned daughter and appearances by a host of familiar names: Art Carney (November 4, 1918—November 9, 2003), Charlie Callas (December 20, 1927—January 27, 2011), Bill Dana (b. October 5, 1924) and Craig Stevens (July 8, 2018—May 10, 2000).

Paulette-goddard-by-bud-frakerGood luck finding many women in Hollywood who were prettier.

My favorite line is when Clayburgh, expressing shock that her mother isn't picking up her phone, says, “She's compulsive—she answers pay phones!” The episode also makes use of vintage Goddard footage, Sunset Boulevard-style—a scene of her screaming and attempting to flee a zombie from 1940's comedic monster movie The Ghost Breakers.

Interestingly, the episode revolves around Goddard's character writing a scandalous tell-all book. In real life, Goddard was doing a memoir with Anita Loos (April 26, 1888—August 18, 1981) until Andy Warhol poached her...but a book never happened. One reason given by those in the know was that Goddard refused to dish on her old co-stars as much as the publisher—which had paid a $50,000 advance—wanted.

Watch the episode here and here and here and here and here and here and here and here.

Chaplin-goddard-modern-timesThe end Times