The Trailer For “Looking: The Movie” Is Ready For You Now
by Derek de KoffJune 20, 2016
Good news for fans of the woefully short-lived HBO series Looking. Today, the official trailer for the full-length feature follow-up has been released, and it finds Patrick (Jonathan Groff) returning to San Francisco to find closure and resolution in his relationships with Richie (Raúl Castillo) and Kevin (Russell Tovey), but instead chaffing up against a host of new challenges, old resentments, and boilerplate advice on letting go (i.e, “Sometimes you have to leave everything behind so you can move forward.”)
Effectively wrapping up the story that was left hanging from its abrupt cancellation in 2015, Looking: The Movie is directed by filmmaker Andrew Heigh (“45 Years”) and once again co-stars Frankie J. Alvarez as Agustin and Murray Bartlett as Dom.
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There are still a few things in the world that we aren’t angry at, and a naked Pietro Boselli is at the very top of the list. The model/mathematician/engineer/anomaly is prominently featured in a new photoshoot (wordily titled Pietro Boselli & Ymre Stiekema by Philippe Vogelenzang – Ladies & Gents N°57) that showcases some of the best and [...]
Full Frontal with Samantha Bee wanted to see what “both Americas” were thinking during the debate, so they sent correspondents to a Democratic viewing party at The Stonewall Inn and a Republican viewing at the “non-historic” sports bar Tonic in Times Square, where things rapidly descend into abject douchiness. Warning:Things get awkward. Related: Randy Rainbow Moderates The First [...]
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