Here's an indie film featuring a rather long-faced fag hag and her go-to gay improbably deciding to have sex multiple times in order to get her pregnant and assist in over-populating the world. Yeah. Anyway, his chest is nice.
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Screenwriter and occasional bareback sex fan Dustin Lance Black talks to The Sadvocate this week about his new movie, J. Edgar, which he calls kind of like "the dark side of Milk." Answering doubters who think director Clint Eastwood might have tried to de-gay the story of Hoover (played by Leonardo DiCaprio) and his longtime companion Clyde Tolson played by the mega-hot Armie Hammer), Black says if anything Eastwood made their relationship "more emotional, and more true." As for whether we get to see Leonardo and Armee in the sack, that would be a no. "I don’t know how much sex they were having... They may or may not have, but frankly, I wouldn’t want to see it." Uh, WE WOULD! That was probably some nasty, self-hating, rape-under-the-covers kind of shit. And frankly, if we don't get to see Armee going down on Leonardo, we will feel robbed. [Advocate]
If you've never seen "The Boys of Cellblock Q," the so-bad-it's-bad 1992 gay prison movie, this post is for you. In fact, this post is for everyone. It should be the in-flight entertainment on every Air New Zealand Pink Flight.
The above vid takes the 85 minute crapfest and distills it into two of the best minutes you'll spend this week. Cute guys in cotton briefs contrast oh-so-perfectly with the bad acting/writing/lighting. Plus, if this ever becomes a stage play in San Francisco, we'd like to recommend our own Editor-In-Chief for the role of the gay inmate. Talk about type casting!
Frameline, otherwise known as the San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival, opened this past Friday and runs through the 26th, Highlights include Chaz Bono's Becoming Chaz, the supersized musical Leave It On the Floor, and the campy dark comedy Mangus!. Le Fag favorite reporter, Damiana Garcia, also has a 5 minutes short where she interviews aging legend Evie Harris.
Ticket information here. After the jump, a few trailers.
OUT just did an interview with filmmaker Todd Solondz (Welcome to the Dollhouse, Happiness, Life During Wartime) and in the process they end up clarifying a misunderstanding we've had for years. Todd Solondz is not, in fact, gay! Instead, they just call him "exceptionally ethnic" and "hyper-Semitic" and they note throughout the interview all the times he slips into a Zero Mostel impression while speaking.
As for speaking to a gay audience, he says he always knew he kind of was, as far as telling stories about marginalized characters etc. But yeah, wow. He doesn't like dick.