Allegedly, Behind the Candelabra will be director Steven Soderbergh’s final movie before he retires from the industry, a $5-million film that Hollywood studios wouldn’t finance, despite the participation of Oscar-winners Michael Douglas and Matt Damon, because it was thought to be “too gay.” The story of Liberace and his five-year relationship with boytoy chauffeur Scott Thorson also stars Dan Aykroyd, Rob Lowe, and Debbie Reynolds. Finally, at long last, it will air on HBO Sunday, May 26, at 9PM.
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By all accounts, season three is BANANAS. It seems all of last year was just setting us up for the epic epicness that is to come. Seven kingdoms united in fear, and the darkness will devour them all. Daenerys has her dragons and her army, mad king Joffrey is putting the screws to everybody, and that gorgeous emo bastard Jon Snow is with the Wildlings now. ONLY A WEEK AND HALF UNTIL IT PREMIERES and I think I just peed my pants.
Well, well, well. Tyler Perry is the brave one, isn’t he? It looks like he put together a well done movie with some good performances in the upcoming Confessions of a Marriage Counselor and then we get to when Kim Kardashian has to speak. The train derails at that point. Here, I will shut up and you be the judge.
The first trailer of the next season of American Idol was released and it’s all bout the Meems. Mariah looks beautiful and seems honestly moved by the crop of talent. Now, let’s see her with Nicki.
I literally cannot wait. It doesn’t air here in the states until January (that won’t prevent me from watching come September, trust), but here is the latest Downton Abbey trailer to whet our whistle.
Jimmy Kimmel Live‘s incredible trailer for Movie: The Movie that “packs everything moviegoers love into one spectacular motion picture event.” As usual, Kimmel gets the big guns to contribute. Among the stars included are Ryan Phillippe, Jessica Alba, Taylor Lautner, Antonio Banderas, Josh Brolin, Colin Farrell, Jeff Goldblum, Bryan Cranston, Gary Oldman, Samuel L. Jackson, Cameron Diaz, JJ Abrams, Martin Scorsese, Emily Blunt, John Krasinski, Jessica Biel, Helen Mirren, Steven Tyler, George Clooney, Charlize Theron, Tom Hanks, Ed Norton, Meryl Streep, Gabourey Sidibe, and a hilarious Matt Damon. Better than anything on the uninspired Oscar telecast.