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Jared Leto Will Be Perfect As The Vampire Lestat; Adele Sanctioned A Gay Couple’s On-Stage Proposal

by Jeremy Kinser May 06, 2016

If you were like us or just about everyone on the planet and found the 1994 film of Anne Rice‘s homoerotic classic Interview With the Vampire to be a bit de-fanged thanks to the controversial casting of Tom Cruise as flamboyant bloodsucker Lestat, how do you feel about Jared Leto in the role? Writer-director Josh Boone, who’s been entrusted with the reboot, thinks he’ll be perfect.

Heads up Wicked fans! Elphaba and Glinda reunited when Kristin Chenoweth and Idina Menzel took the stage for a new duet of “For Good.”

Usually when you think about Patsy and Eddie and AbFab, you’re popping corks on copious bottles of Bolly, but it will likely be Diet Coke instead as the company will do LGBT consumers a solid by releasing a limited edition bottling of the soft drink bearing the cartoon likeness of the comic duo timed to the release of the feature film adaptation in July.

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Justin Timberlake‘s new single “Can’t Stop The Feeling” from the film Trolls features a bunch of people who are anything but.


Hello! Anything can happen at an Adele concert, including an on-stage marriage proposal involving a gay couple.

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Jennifer Lopez may sing that she “Ain’t Your Mama” but in her new video she is your Howard Beale from Network and Tess McGill from Working Girl.




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