Out actor Michael J. Willett is proud to be everyone’s new ‘G.B.F.’ LAWRENCE FERBER | Contributing Writer email@example.com “My face has Permanent Embryo Syndrome,” Michael J. Willett says half-jokingly, “so I’ll probably be playing high school roles for another 10 years or so.” Don’t believe his lament truly bothers him. The youthful, openly gay actor [...]
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Our critics rank the best of 2013 in film, stage and music and more ARNOLD WAYNE JONES 2013 was the year the world ended. At the movies, at least. Maybe it was the blowback from the 2012 election cycle. Maybe it was the continued influence of the Occupy Wall Street movement. Maybe it [...]
Model-cum-actor Matthew Ludwinski presses his hunky flesh in gay film ‘Seek’ First-time director Eric Henry’s debut feature, Seek, centers on a group of 20something urbanites longing for approval — whether by the guy they find attractive, the gay in-crowd or by the industry they work in. All strive for more, failing to recognize the [...]
‘Ugly Betty’s actor Michael Urie teams with fellow queer Texan Ash Christian for the gay indie comedy ‘Petunia’ Michael Urie doesn’t mean to disappoint you, it’s just that after basically becoming Marc St. James on Ugly Betty, the hit ABC comedy that launched his career, he’s often expected to be a flamboyantly catty queen. And [...]
Reviews of ‘Saving Mr. Banks,’ ‘American Hustle,’ ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’ ARNOLD WAYNE JONES | Life+Style Editor Christmastime is the perfect season for moviegoing, and the studios well know it: Families are together, spirits are high, there’s time off from work and school … and the Oscar nominations are just around the corner. It’s when they [...]
The sexually explicit lesbian romance Blue is the Warmest Color took the best foreign language film award in the Dallas-Fort Worth Film Critics Association polling announced this morning, with 12 Years a Slave taking best picture and Matthew McConaughey best actor for Dallas Buyers Club.