When Zachary Quinto came out to New York magazine he was shocked to find that his sexual preference had become “global news.”
While the actor reiterated that he was “really glad that that’s the way it all unfolded” it turns out that other homosexual actors do not share Quinto’s sentiment.
A recent survey reveals that gay actors still believe that coming out influences the type of roles they are offered. According to… Continue reading Gay Actors Poll: Homosexual Stars Feel Coming Out Causes Discrimination
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Bo Derek is returning to series TV after a five-year absence for a guest role on CBS’ CSI: Miami.
The sex symbol film star best known for 1980s titles like 10 and Bolero will join the crime drama for an episode that will air in 2012. Along with an upcoming appearance this season on NBC’s Chuck where she’ll play… Continue reading Bo Derek coming to ‘CSI: Miami’ — EXCLUSIVE
The Indomina Group has announced it has picked up options for two new “Cabin Fever” films:
It was announced today that The Indomina Group, the fast-growing U.S. and Dominican Republic based producer and distributor of film, TV and trans-media content, and leading proponent of ‘fanboy’ cinema is resurrecting the popular “Cabin Fever” franchise and will produce and distribute at least two more feature films. The announcement was… Continue reading Two More Cabin Fever Films Coming
Laura Byrne-Cristiano is a co-owner of The Twilight Lexicon, the longest continuously operating Twilight Saga fansite on the web. You can read her Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn column here on Movies.com every other Thursday.
Camping out for events has become practically synonymous with The Twilight Saga. This is especially true if the event involves limited seating/viewing and “The Big Trio”, Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart, and Taylor Lautner. Camping has… Continue reading 'The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn' Countdown: Look Out Los Angeles, the Campers Are Coming Back
All those stories about how South Park creators Matt Parker and Trey Stone are bringing their Tony Award-winning Broadway musical The Book of Mormon to the big screen? Turns out those aren’t quite true.
The creative duo recently spoke to THR in order to set the record straight about stories circulating that they were ready to make the jump from stage to screen, and the… Continue reading 'Book of Mormon' Movie Not Coming After All