5th January 2013
Steven Soderbergh: All studios rejected Liberace film for being ‘too gay’ 18
10:33 PM — Oscar winning film director, Steven Soderbergh, director of an upcoming film about American pianist, Liberace, has said that it was not scheduled to have a theatrical release because film studios turned it down for being "too gay."
24th December 2012
Gareth Thomas: I hung out in London gay pubs with Mickey Rourke 28
5:06 PM — Gay former rugby star, Gareth Thomas, has said that he and actor, Mickey Rourke, have become very close, including going to gay bars, and sharing secrets, as the film star prepares to play him in a biopic about his life.
14th December 2012
Matt Damon says Michael Douglas is a ‘wonderful kisser’ 14
3:25 PM — Matt Damon has been talking about undertaking an intimate romantic scene with Michael Douglas for the upcoming film about the late American pianist Liberace and his younger lover Scott Thorson.
14th November 2012
Video: Trailer of gay parenting series The Vessel 8
8:17 PM — The realities of same-sex parenting are being explored in a new Peep Show-style online TV series.
27th October 2012
Zachary Quinto: LGBT supporters have ‘only one choice; in the US election 26
1:38 AM — Gay actor and supporter of LGBT rights, Zachary Quinto, has said that, in the upcoming US Presidential Election, LGBT rights supporters have "only one choice" when it comes to picking a candidate.
11th September 2012
Zac Efron: I am ‘flattered, grateful and honoured’ for gay support 8
2:06 AM — Zac Efron has, for the first time, spoken out in an interview about the support of the gay community, and how grateful, and flattered he is by all of the attention.
24th August 2012
James Franco set to star in and produce gay-art film “James Franco’s Cruising” 6
12:18 AM — James Franco has teamed up with a gay art-porn director to produce and star in an indie film which re-imagines footage lost from the film "Cruising" which starred Al Pacino.
16th November 2011
Shooting finishes on first gay Nepalese film Snow Flowers, dubbed “Brokeback Everest” 13
1:01 PM — Film's star Nisha Adhikari said it would be "a simple love story with a lot of complications", following two lesbians in the Asian country where significant gay rights advances have recently been made.
21st October 2011
Interview: Steven Russell on infamy, escaping prison and Phillip Morris 27
4:58 PM — Steven Russell was originally imprisoned for fraud. Four successful, non-violent, love-fuelled prison-escapes later and he has achieved infamy. His life is immortalised in the film 'I Love You Phillip Morris', in which he is portrayed by Jim Carrey. He is currently serving a 144-year sentence in a Texas Department of Criminal Justice facility. Laurence Watts interviewed him by exchange of letters.
4th October 2011
Interview: Sean Maher on coming out in Hollywood 8
2:46 PM — Sean Maher made headlines last week when he became the latest Hollywood actor to come out. With a film and TV career spanning 14 years, he is perhaps best known for his role in Firefly and its movie sequel, Serenity. He currently stars in NBC’s The Playboy Club. Laurence Watts caught up with him to discuss the public’s reaction to his announcement.
21st January 2011
Dilemma director Ron Howard on why he kept ‘gay’ joke 26
2:06 PM — Ron Howard, the director of The Dilemma, has explained why he kept a controversial gay joke in the film. The film's trailer was cut when gay groups and public figures complained about the inclusion of the joke.
4th January 2011
US Navy captain accused of making anti-gay videos 8
5:18 PM — A US Navy captain is expected to be temporarily relieved of his duties while the Navy investigates anti-gay and obscene comedy videos he produced for his crew.
5th February 2010
Anne Hathaway left Catholicism after brother came out 28
5:59 PM — Hollywood actress Anne Hathaway has revealed her family became Episcopalians after her brother came out. She said: "Why should I support an organisation that has a limited view of my beloved brother?"
29th December 2009
Lesbian Vampire Killers ‘biggest movie flop of 2009′ 9
2:27 PM — A poll of 20,000 people has rated Lesbian Vampire Killers the worst movie of 2009. The comedy-horror film by Gavin and Stacey stars James Corden and Matthew Horne, was almost universally panned for its lads mag humour and "moronic" script.