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Jack O’Connell Cast As Fashion Designer Alexander McQueen In Upcoming Biopic

Jack O’Connell will star in the lead role of Pathé’s as of yet untitled Alexander McQueen biopic, Variety reports. This will be a major part for the British actor, who has previously appeared in the films “300: Rise of an Empire,” “Unbroken” and “Money Monster.” This film about the famed fashion designer will be directed by openly gay [...]
Jeff Taylor
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Jonathan Groff Is Virtually Indistinguishable From His Character On HBO’s “Looking”

  This job has changed my life in so many ways. I’ve never played a character that hit so close to the bone. It felt like an extension of myself taking place in the present. Trying to figure out what it means to be gay. Patrick and I are from the same generation of gay [...]
Dan Tracer
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In Defense Of Looking’s Queer Firebrand Who Drinks To “Forget How Dull We’ve Become”

There’s a scene in Looking: The Movie in which Patrick, the show’s charmingly milquetoast protagonist, confronts his former lover Richie’s current boyfriend about his ceaseless criticism of other gay guys. It happens toward the very end of the film, which wraps up the loose ends leftover when HBO canceled the series at the end of [...]
John Russell
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In Defense Of Looking’s Queer Firebrand Who Drinks To “Forget How Dull We’ve Become”

There’s a scene in Looking: The Movie in which Patrick, the show’s charmingly milquetoast protagonist, confronts his former lover Richie’s current boyfriend about his ceaseless criticism of other gay guys. It happens toward the very end of the film, which wraps up the loose ends leftover when HBO canceled the series at the end of [...]
john russell
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DVD: “45 Years,” “Margarita With A Straw,” “Those People,” “Hello, My Name Is Doris,” & More!

Mix two actress icons with some award-winning gay and lesbian titles and you have this week in home entertainment. Charlotte Rampling turns in an Oscar-nominated performance in 45 Years, from Looking director/writer Andrew Haigh, Sally Field returns in a lead role with Hello, My Name Is Doris. A gay New York artist falls for a [...]
Lawrence Ferber
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DVD: “45 Years,” “Margarita With A Straw,” “Those People,” “Hello, My Name Is Doris,” & More!

Mix two actress icons with some award-winning gay and lesbian titles and you have this week in home entertainment. Charlotte Rampling turns in an Oscar-nominated performance in 45 Years, from Looking director/writer Andrew Haigh, Sally Field returns in a lead role with Hello, My Name Is Doris. A gay New York artist falls for a [...]
Lawrence Ferber
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