Billy Francesca moderates a panel of theater mavens Drew Droege, Love,Connie and DJ Paul V. across a gambit of topics including LA's theatre bar scene, performance art and concepts behind their comedic masterpieces! … See the Rest
December 3, 1911– Nino Rota
At 14 years old and feeling highly romantic, I couldn’t have been more captivated by the Franco Zeffirelli film version of William Shakespeare’s Romeo And Juliet (1968). Most assuredly, the memory of the sight of the naked backside of Leonard Whiting meant lots of crumpled tissues under my bed when I was a teenager. I was also totally fell in love with the score for this film. At the time, I was studying improvisational piano with an amazing, inspiring teacher who coached me through … See the Rest
You saw Trixie Mattel and Edward Hansen's STARRING roles in the first 3 minutes of the finale of American Horror Story: Roanoke, now get all the behind-the-scenes details on #Aftershow! … [Read More...]
Of all the people they COULD have chosen to play Barbie – Taylor Swift, Emma Roberts, Ana Farris, Paris Hilton, Amanda Seyfried, Dakota Fanning, Blake Lively, Anna Sophia Robb, Haylie Duff... Meryl Streep – probably the LAST person you would expect to be cast is Amy Schumer. But hey, I'm not complaining. It's actually pretty genius. Listen to the pitch below.
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Famed producer and director (and LGBTQ leader) Lee Daniels - of Fox's popular Empire and the celebrated Precious and The Butler - received his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame here in sunny Los Angeles. In attendance included Jussie Smollett, Queen Latifah, and Daniels' emotional family.
Check it out: … [Read More...]
World of Wonder Productions is excited to announce our open submission for our Anti-Trump art exhibition at the fabulous World of Wonder's Storefront Gallery in January: “Surviving Trump: The Art of Resistance."
Do you have something to put on the canvas?! Check it out: … See the Rest
Every year, DJ Earworm drops a mega-mashup of the year's hottest hits. Sometimes it's magical and mind-blowing. Sometimes it sounds like yowling cats in a burlap bag. This year's "United States of Pop" features:
Bruno Mars – 24K Magic
Calvin Harris and Rihanna – This Is What You Came For
D.R.A.M. and Lil Yachty – Broccoli
Desiigner – Panda
DJ … See the Rest
Clubland's first "Changing of the Guard" photo was in a 1984 issue of the old Details and featured "up and comers" like Keith Haring, John Sex, Andy Warhol, Dianne Brill, Stephen Saban, Terri Toye, Eric Goode, and Michael Musto. In the late '80s, Michael Alig took over the tradition and included the new wave of club kids like RuPaul, Larry Tee, Keoki, Kenny Kenny, Nelson Sullivan, Julie Jewels, and James St James (see bottom … See the Rest
We've practically watched Mandy Moore grow up in front of us since she entered the pop arena in 1999 with the forever club banger "Candy." 17 years later, we find Moore leading the smash hit "This Is Us" where she plays a mother with triplets. Moore sat down with Brydie to discuss what inspires her to play the maternal character. When asked … See the Rest
Following the Nick Jonas path to gay icon status (we ARE an easy group to conquer, after all)– Shawn Mendes flaunts his abs on cover of Flaunt magazine’s “The Nocturne Issue.”
Some quotes (via Just Jared)
On love and relationships: “Love is probably the strongest emotion that you can feel. … See the Rest