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Monday, June 8, 2015

(TONYS 2015) Full Winners List!

(left to right) Sydney Lucas, Beth Malone, and Emily Skeggs in the 2015 Tony Award-winning Best Musical, Fun Home.

The results are in, and Fun Home, the new Broadway musical based on Alison Bechdel's graphic novel, walked away the evening's big winner. Aside from nabbing the Best Musical Award, the show took home accolades for Score, Book, Lead Actor, and Director. The show also earned the honor of becoming the first all-female creative team, led by composer Jeanine Tesori and lyricist/librettist Lisa Kron, to win the top prize.

In the Play categories, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time came out ahead, also with five wins for Best Play, Lead Actor, Director, Scenic Design, and Lighting Design. An American in Paris and Best Revival of a Musical winner The King and I also made strong showings with four awards each.

The latter also earned its star Kelli O'Hara a poignant first Tony win for her leading performance after five previous unrequited nominations.

Thursday, April 16, 2015

(OUT Power 50) Full LIST!


Apple CEO Tim Cook tops this years’ Annual Power 50 list unveiled today by Out Magazine.

The list ranks the most influential LGBT voices in American culture and looks at how the on the list have power, how they wield it, and who it affects.

Cook, second last year, is the only openly gay CEO in the Fortune 500. He knocked Ellen DeGeneres down one space after the talk show host headed last year’s list.

Also in the top five are MSNBC personality Rachel Maddow, US Senator Tammy Baldwin and CNN anchor Anderson Cooper.

Emmy nominee (and Outview pal) Laverne Cox, who appeared on the cover of Time Magazine last year, was number nine and became the first transgender person to finish in the top 10 in the history of the list.

Also in the top 10: Human Rights Campaign President Chad Griffin and Bravo’s Watch What Happens Live host Andy Cohen who is producer of the Real Housewives franchise.

New to the list, astonishingly, is legendary activist and author Larry Kramer who came in at number 33.

Kramer, 79, saw the long-awaited film version of his play The Normal Heart air on HBO and win the Emmy and his latest book, The American People: A History, was released.

Other list newcomers: singer-songwriter Sia (No. 16), actor Zachary Quinto (No. 17), filmmaker Lee Daniels (No. 28) and fashion designer Alexander Wang (No. 32).


Monday, April 6, 2015

(ISA 6) Hustling and Capitol Hill Win Big at the ISAs!

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The 6th Annual Indie Series Awards ceremony was held on Wednesday, April 1st at the historic El Portal Theatre in Los Angeles, hosted by Emmy winner Eric Martsolf. The red carpet and ISAs were streamed live by WebVee Guide, in partnership with Happy Little Guillotine Studios. You can watch here.

Monday, February 23, 2015

(OSCARS 2015) FULL Winners List!

"Birdman Or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance)" won Best Picture at the 87th annual Academy Awards on Sunday, besting "American Sniper," "Boyhood," "The Grand Budapest Hotel," "The Imitation Game," "Selma," "The Theory of Everything" and "Whiplash" for the honor.

"Birdman" won three other Oscars: Best Director for Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Best Cinematography for Emmanuel Lubezki (his second Oscars win in a row after last year's "Gravity") and Best Original Screenplay.

It wasn't a total rout for "Birdman": star Michael Keaton lost Best Actor to Eddie Redmayne for "The Theory of Everything."

The other acting awards went to Julianne Moore (Best Actress for "Still Alice"), J.K. Simmons (Best Supporting Actor for "Whiplash") and Patricia Arquette (Best Supporting Actress for "Boyhood").

"Birdman" and "The Grand Budapest Hotel" tied for the most nominations going into the night with nine, and each film won four awards. Anderson's drama took home Best Original Score for Alexandre Desplat, Best Production Design, Best Costume Design and Best Makeup and Hairstyling.

"Whiplash" was another big winner, with three Oscars: Simmons' award, Best Editing and Best Sound Mixing.

Poland's "Ida" won Best Foreign Language Film, the first film from Poland to ever win the Oscar in the category. "Big Hero 6" won Best Animated Film. Laura Poitras' "Citizenfour" won Best Documentary.

Common and John Legend won Best Original Song for "Glory" from "Selma."

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

(GLAAD 2015) And the Nominees are......!

The 2015 GLAAD Media Awards recognize and honor media for their fair, accurate and inclusive representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and the issues that affect their lives.Click Here to see the Nominees.

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

(LIST) GALECA Names Boyhood Film of the Year!

HOLLYWOOD, CA / Tuesday, January 20, 2015 — In perhaps the latest boost to stars and studios seeking the ultimate golden statuette this awards season, the Gay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (GALECA), comprised of over 110 movie and TV critics nationwide, today officially announced their choices for 2014’s finest in film and television. The wins come across 25 categories, from mainstream to LGBTQ-centric, from Rising Star to Music Video of the Year.

At the top of the list: GALECA deemed Boyhood, director Richard Linklater’s visceral, literally decades-spanning look at familial love, worthy of its Dorian Award for Film of the Year.

Julianne Moore in Still Alice was the group’s pick for Film Performance of the Year — Actress, while Eddie Redmayne (The Theory of Everything) took Film Performance of the Year — Actor. Ava DuVernay, who helmed the Civil Rights-era drama Selma, was named Film Director of the Year.

Pride, the true-life story of how a group of gays and lesbians championed striking blue-collar miners in Thatcher-era England, earned LGBTQ Film of the Year as well as Unsung Film of the Year honors. The Case Against 8 was chosen as Documentary of the Year over titles as varied as CitizenFour and Regarding Susan Sontag. GALECA’s Visually Striking Film of the Year is Wes Anderson’s gorgeous period romp The Grand Budapest Hotel. Into the Woods took Campy Film of the Year semi-honors.

One of the few critics associations awarding the year’s best in both film and TV, GALECA chose Amazon’s freshman breakout Transparent as TV Comedy of the Year. The life-inspired tale, starring Jeffrey Tambor as a biological man who comes out to his family as a woman, took four awards in all, including wins for Tambor and creator/director Jill Soloway. In addition, Soloway was also dubbed GALECA’s latest Wilde Artist of the Year, following in the bold footsteps of last year’s winner, James Franco.

In other categories, Lisa Kudrow took TV Performance of the Year — Actress for her return as fame-craving actress Valerie Cherish in The Comeback.

John Oliver (Wilde Wit of the Year), Neil Patrick Harris (for a certain, dazzling Tony Awards rock performance from Hedwig and the Angry Inch), pop star Sia (her stunningly choreographed filmic interpretation of “Chandelier” was Video of the Year) and TV upstart Gina Rodriguez ("We're Wilde About You!" Rising Star) were other triumphant names in the mix.

As previously announced, the group chose George Takei as the recipient of its special Timeless star tribute, given to “an actor or performer whose exemplary career is marked by character, wisdom and wit.”

The complete list of Dorian Award winners, noted in bold among nominees, is below. GALECA's annual, private Winners Toast will be held Sunday, March 1, in Hollywood.

For more information, visit galeca.com. Also, follow GALECA on Twitter at twitter.com/DorianAwards and become a fan at facebook.com/dorianawards.

Monday, June 9, 2014

(Tony 2014): List of Winners!

Sunday night marked theater's biggest night, with the exception of every night at the actual theater, as the 68th annual Tony Awards aired on CBS.

The biggest winner of all last night? And ever, for acting Tonys?

Broadway record-breaker Audra McDonald, winner of best dramatic actress for Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill, took home her SIXTH Tony.

McDonald, 43, bested Angela Lansbury and Julie Harris' previous records of five acting Tony Awards each, and gave an emotional speech to the crowd.

The Radio City Music Hall audience acknowledged the significance of the achievement with a prolonged standing ovation, bringing her to tears.

McDonald cried openly, and acknowledged Lena Horne, Diahann Carroll, Ruby Dee, Maya Angelou and Billie Holiday, whom she plays in the drama.

Sunday, May 4, 2014

(GLAAD 2014) NY Winners LIST!

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George Takei received the Vito Russo Award, presented by Broadway director Stafford Arima. Global superstar Kylie Minogue (introduced by Boy George) and Grammy Award-winner Kacey Musgraves (introduced by Chely Wright) performed and comedian Fortune Feimster hosted the event.

Following is a complete list of GLAAD Media Awards presented on stage, and the individuals that accepted the award:

* Vito Russo Award: George Takei (presented by Stafford Arima, director of the upcoming Broadway musical Allegiance starring George Takei)

Tuesday, April 29, 2014

(TONYS 2014) A Gentleman's Guide, Hedwig Top List of 2014 Tony Award Nominees!

Jonathan Groff and Lucy Liu announced the nominations for the 68th annual Tony Awards at the Paramount Hotel’s Diamond Horseshoe April 29, with Tony host Hugh Jackman also popping up to remind theater fans to watch the telecast live on CBS on June 8. The new musical A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder led the pack with ten nominations, with the revival of Hedwig and the Angry Inch trailing closely behind with eight nominations. The new musicals After Midnight and Beautiful: The Carole King Musical each received seven nominations, as did the revivals of The Glass Menagerie and Twelfth Night. As for new plays this season, Act One garnered the most nominations, with five. A complete list of this year’s nominees follows.

Monday, March 3, 2014

(OSCARS) Full Winner List!

The space adventure Gravity won seven Academy Awards on Sunday but was denied the top prize when the drama 12 Years a Slave won the Oscar for best picture.

Pitt is one of the producers of best picture winner 12 Years a Slave and also had a supporting role in the film.

Prior to the best picture award, Matthew McConaughey won the best actor Oscar for Dallas Buyers Club for his performance as a homophobic man battling AIDS who goes outside the medical establishment to find a way to survive.

He mentioned a lot of things during his speech but not once said the word AIDS.

McConaughey ended his speech by saying: ‘Amen’ and ‘Alright, Alright, Alright’ and ‘Keep on Livin.’

His co-star Jared Leto had won best supporting actor earlier in the night for his performance as a transgender woman with AIDS and given a heartfelt and thoughtful speech and paid tribute to those who have died from AIDS or been mistreated for being different.

McConaughey and Leto had been heavily favored to win as had best actress winner Cate Blanchett who won for her performance in Blue Jasmine.

‘As random and subjective as this award is, it means a great deal in a year of, yet again, extraordinary performances by women,’ Blanchett said in her acceptance speech.

She also added that there are people in the movie business ‘who are still foolishly clinging to the idea that female films with women at the center are niche experiences. They are not. Audiences want to see them, and in fact, they earn money.’

Newcomer Lupita Nyong’o won best supporting actress for what was her first film role and gave the night’s best speech.

‘It doesn’t escape me for one moment that so much joy in my life is because of so much pain in someone else’s,’ Nyong’o said in a tribute to her character, a slave in 1840s Louisiana.

Monday, May 6, 2013

(LIST) Funniest Queens in "RuPaul's Drag Race" History!

by Louis Virtel

Shante, you slay.

We’re nearing the end of RuPaul’s Drag Race‘s fifth season, and that means it’s time to make an important list: the 10 funniest queens in the show’s history. In an age when people like Vivienne Pinay and Ivy Winters insist that fishiness is more important than comic chops, we need to fight back. I watch this show for unbridled sauciness, wit, and unapologetic humor, and these ten queens all boasted fine gut-busting instincts.

10. Detox

I have to be honest: I nearly gave this spot to Tatianna, whose performance as Britney Spears remains Snatch Game‘s most hilarious triumph, but Detox is truly the funnier performer. Her wise-ass commentaries, chicken fierceness, amazing side-eye, jaw-wagging lip-sync skills, and general weariness of everything are total treats. She’d probably laugh more at herself if her facial muscles were capable of abject glee. I’m always waiting to hear her next confessional, particularly after we’ve wasted another five to ten minutes focusing on the boring feud between Alyssa and Coco.

Follow her on Twitter @TheOnlyDetox

Friday, April 26, 2013

(LIST) 9 Celebs Dating Much Younger Men!

It's not just famous men who can have much younger lovers: The Frisky rounds up nine celebrity ladies in relationships with younger men:
  • When Sharon Stone was starring in Basic Instinct, her 30-years-younger guy Martin Mica was just ... six.
  • Madonna certainly seems to enjoy dating younger men. Her latest, for the past two years: backup dancer Brahim Zaibat, 29 years her junior.
  • Mariah Carey is 11 years older than her husband Nick Cannon, but she was much younger than her first husband, Tommy Mottola.
  • Julianne Moore's husband, Bart Freundlich, is almost a decade younger than she is.
  • After her divorce from Marc Anthony, Jennifer Lopez got together with 18-years-younger backup dancer Casper Smart.
Click for the complete list, including one woman who started dating her now-husband when he was 18 and she was 40.

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

(LIST) Logo NewNowNext Awards 2013 Winners Announced!

Some of today's hottest emerging and seasoned talent in film, television, fashion and music came together at The Fonda Theatre in Hollywood, CA on April 13 for the "Logo NewNowNext Awards 2013."

Now in its sixth year, the "Logo NewNowNext Awards" have earned a reputation for breaking new ground in pop culture. The highly praised and always unpredictable telecast is one big party that grants the gay stamp of approval to pop culture icons and trendsetters as well as stars-on-the-rise and celebrates what's hot in TV, music, film and fashion for 2013 and beyond.

Monday, April 15, 2013

(LIST) 10 Celebs Who've Had Big Time Tax Troubles!

Just because you're rich and famous doesn't mean you always bother to pay your tax bill. HLN lists 10 celebrities who've gotten in serious money trouble with Uncle Sam:
  • New Jersey just hit Mary J. Blige with a tax lien of more than $900,000. She was also recently sued for defaulting on a $500,000 loan.
  • Stephen Baldwin actually went to jail for not filing a personal income tax return from 2008 to 2010. He's currently working on a plea deal for the $350,000 he reportedly owes.
  • Nicolas Cage is perhaps one of those best-known for having tax troubles, but he reportedly paid $6.25 million toward the massive bill recently.
  • After he died, much of Sammy Davis Jr.'s memorabilia was sold at auction to help settle his $5.2 million tax bill.
  • After news broke that he owes almost $12 million in taxes, Chris Tucker joked at one of his shows, "That's the last time I let Wesley Snipes help me out with my taxes."
Click for the complete list, including an actor whose case almost made it to the Supreme Court.

Sunday, April 14, 2013

(LIST) History's 50 Hottest TV Actors (4-1)!

What follows is a list of History's 50 Hottest TV Actors, according to Boy Culture. Feel free to chime in with the guys you think I left out, the ones I love who you hate and with any corrections.  who is #1?

#4 Robert Conrad (1929—) The incredibly handsome lead of The Wild Wild West had a sardonic delivery as well as an ass that just would not quit, at least not in those allegedly period Western pants. He was still fuckable as all hell in Black Sheep Squadron, which gave him an excuse to parade about in a Speedo and struggle for male supremacy with guys half his age (he was only 47 or so himself) like Scott Baio on Battle of the Network Stars. Hawaiian Eye (1959—1963), The Wild Wild West (1965—1969), The D.A. (1971—1972), Black Sheep Squadron (1976—1978), Battle of the Network Stars (1976), A Man Called Sloane (1979)

Saturday, April 13, 2013

(LIST) History's 50 Hottest TV Actors (9-5)!

What follows is a list of History's 50 Hottest TV Actors, according to Boy Culture. Feel free to chime in with the guys you think I left out, the ones I love who you hate and with any corrections. Tomorrow, find out who is #1!

#9 Chris Meloni (1961—) A he-man, but one with a sense of humor that allows the gay viewer to read him as queer, Meloni's neo-machismo and paleo-hot body just won't quit. 1st & Ten: The Championship (1989—1990), The Fanelli Boys (1990—1991), Dinosaurs (voice of "Spike" 1991—1994), The Boys (1993), Misery Loves Company (1995), NYPD Blue (1996—1997), Leaving L.A. (1997), Oz (1998—2003), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999—2011)

Friday, April 12, 2013

(LIST) 11 Celebs for Whom Rehab ... Worked!

Multiple stints in rehab don't seem to have helped Lindsay Lohan one bit, but that doesn't mean it never works. People rounds up 11 celebrities who have actually turned things around after rehab:
  • Ben Affleck: You may have actually forgotten, but in 2001, he went to rehab for alcohol. Bizarrely, Charlie Sheen drove him there.
  • Robert Downey Jr.: The court made him go, after drug-related arrests, in 1999 and 2001. From what we can tell, things have been going pretty well since he was released in 2002.
  • Rob Lowe: He checked himself into rehab in 1990 so he could quit drinking, and later helped RDJ with his own struggles.
  • Drew Barrymore: Entering rehab at 13 never bodes well, but it worked out for Barrymore eventually—though she has said "you are never fully mended."
  • Matthew Perry: The Friends star went to rehab for drug and alcohol addiction in 1997 and again in 2001. He returned briefly in 2011, just to "continue my life in recovery," he said.
Click for the complete listLess »

Thursday, April 11, 2013

(LIST) 'Trans 100'!


Monday, the inagural Trans 100 list was unveiled, highlighting trans people doing positive work nationwide. The list was introduced by GLAAD, We Happy Trans, a website that celebrates the positive experiences of transgender people, and This is H.O.W., a Phoenix based non profit organization dedicated to the betterment of the lives of trans people.

“The value of the work that is represented by the 100 people on this list is immeasurable,” said Executive Director of This Is H.O.W., Antonia D’orsay, about the Trans 100. “These people demonstrate the diversity, the determination, and the incredible triumph of spirit that informs all trans people, no matter where they are. This is just a glimpse of what trans people can accomplish.”  (OUTview's Very own Lincoln Rose made the List!)

You can view the full list here and read about those on it here.

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

(LIST) 10 Actors Injured While Filming!

Being an actor brings with it fame, fortune, and sometimes serious injuries. Huffington Post rounds up 10 of the latter:
  • Robert Downey Jr. accidentally broke Halle Berry's arm while filming Gothika. In a scene where he had to restrain her, RDJ just "twisted my arm the wrong way," Berry explained. Fortunately, they remained friends.
  • And Ewan MacGregor broke Nicole Kidman's ribs when he dropped her while filming Moulin Rouge. The corset she had to wear in the film made things even worse, she later said.
  • Jackie Chan broke his own foot while trying to jump onto a moving hovercraft while filming Rumble in the Bronx, and audience members got to see the accident in the movie's end credits. He continued filming, wearing a sock painted to look like a shoe over his cast.
  • While playing Achilles in Troy, Brad Pitt managed to tear his Achilles tendon.
  • Joseph Gordon-Levitt crashed through a taxi's back window while filming Premium Rush, ending up with a large cut on his arm that required 31 stitches.
Click for the complete list, including one actor who burned his you-know-what and an actress who was hurt while performing a strip tease.

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

(LIST) 10 Celebrity Heroes!

Heidi Klum became the latest star-turned-superhero when she helped to pull her son and his nannies from a riptide. ETOnline rounds up nine more celebs who've saved the day:
  • Harrison Ford is good at finding lost hikers. In 2001, he joined a search party and found a missing Boy Scout; earlier that year, he collected a hiker who couldn't get down a mountain ... in his helicopter.
  • On their way back from a soccer game in Utah, Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes saw two accident victims on the side of the road. The celebs called 911 and waited with them until help arrived.
  • Gwyneth Paltrow managed to save someone's life ... by almost running her down. On September 11, 2001, Paltrow almost hit a woman with her SUV in New York. The near-collision led to the woman missing her train, so she was not at her job in the World Trade Center when it fell.
  • Kate Winslet saved Richard Branson's mother when the Virgin mogul's Caribbean mansion caught on fire.
Click for the complete list, including one celebrity who came to the rescue via Twitter.
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