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Below, singer Seth Sikes turns in “Fire Island Ferry,” his take on “On the Atchison Topeka and the Santa Fe” from the movie The Harvey Girls.
“I’ve been hiding out on Fire Island since COVID hit and learning the tricks of the trade: editing, sound mixing and writing,” he reports. “If we never get back to normal, then at least I’ve learned a new skill.”
It's an excellent match; I think Judy Garland would have approved, and I know Vincente Minnelli would have ...
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Lindsey Graham is now the only surviving cast member from Gone With The Wind— Paul Rudnick (@PaulRudnickNY) July 26, 2020
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File this under the best news you've heard all day: Billy Eichner will develop and star in Man in the Box, the life story of the troubled actor Paul Lynde.
The life of the TV party, Lynde was a glass-closeted gay who for many of us was the first hint of what a queer man could be. His story is compelling, as were his relatable neuroses. The people I know who knew him rave about his ability to be funny while reminding me that he could also go dark and become morose and embittered.
Sounds like a good movie to me.
In his Deadline interview, Eichner notes:
There is no gay Tom Hanks in this country. There is no gay Will Ferrell. There’s no gay Steve Carell. There’s no gay Paul Rudd. There’s no gay Kevin Hart. There’s no gay Will Smith. The list goes on and on, and that’s not a coincidence. After a hundred years of making films, it’s not a coincidence. It’s not that they just haven’t been able to find the right gay man, who has enough talent to have a career like that.
Comic Greg Scarnici's latest book is a parody of '70s porn mags called Hot Rods.
It was shot exclusively on Fire Island with contact tracists Scarnici, Alex Mecum, Stephen Harte, Ken Barnett and Paul Vance.
It's got the look you'll want to blow better ...