Ann does what Ann does; Jeremy opens mouth wide, raises fists, and lets out a big — yawn.

Saturday night at GOProud’s “HomoCon” fundraiser in NYC, Ann Coulter reportedly (and predictably) said this nugget of whatever-ness to a room full of gay people:

Marriage “is not a civil right – you’re not black,” Coulter said to nervous laughter. She went on to note that gays are among the wealthiest demographic groups in the country.

“Blacks must be looking at the gays saying, ‘Why can’t we be oppressed like that?’”

*MORE: They’re gay, conservative and proud [Politico]

But despite how thoroughly tiresome the act seems like it’d be for the performer at this point, Ms. C apparently didn’t limit her bizarre need to jib and jab her way through any and every speech at just the above marriage comments. Journalist Megan Carpentier tweeted these other charming takeaways from her vantage point on site:

Coulter: the gays “ought to start being antiabortion because “once they find the gay gene, guess who’s getting aborted”



Coulter now on about pre-marital sex, “fisting in schools” and liberals who “aren’t really gay they just hate dad” #homocon



Ann Coulter, “I happen to be religious.” She then parrots the pro-Prop 8 arguments that failed at trial. #homocon

@megancapentier [Twitter]

6A00D8341C503453Ef0133F2E32117970B-1Offensive quips passed off as jokes? Shock value? An odd need to divide rather than unite? Uh huh. So basically it sounds like GOProud got the exact Ann Coulter that they sought: One who as a pundit makes a good agitator/performance artist, and who as a gay activist makes a good, uhm — reason to stay home and watch this week’s DVRed “Modern Family” episode instead?

But hey, such is GOProud’s organizational right, making bookings like these. All going up against the reality of GOProud’s political right: A movement that still uses words like “traditional marriage” and still votes in a unanimous senatorial block against DADT repeal.




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Jeremy Renner Wants You to Look at His Chest

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Striking a serious pose in the new issue of GQ.


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Movies: Romantic Anna, Phallic Joaquin, Witch-Hunting Jeremy

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…watches trailers through fingers (too many spoilers) and waits impatiently for the feature presentation. He blogs daily at the Film Experience.


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You probably never suspected it while watching tiny 11 year old Anna Paquin hyperventilate with Oscar in hand in March of 1994 that she would one day become such an emblem of romantic envy on screens. Firs there was her touch deprived Rogue in the X-Men series, dreaming of the kind of soapy relationships all the other mutants were enjoying. These days she has unbelievably hot naked vampires fighting over her on magazine covers. And in THE ROMANTICS, Katie Holmes wants to trade places with her because she's nabbed Josh Duhamel. Not bad for a gap toothed girl with a grating voice (I kid. I'll always have a soft spot for the star, The Piano being only one of the greatest movies ever made.) I can't recommend The Romantics, though, which I caught at Sundance. Paquin aside, the movie about post collegiate friends coupling off, is hampered by bizarre casting: Josh Duhamel and Katie Holmes as poetry and philosophy loving intellectuals? Er…

Also Opening: Sexy Romain Duris and Mrs. Johnny Depp Vanessa Paradis star in the French romantic comedy HEARTBREAKER; Milla Jovovich is still fighting zombies in RESIDENT EVIL: AFTERLIFE. Maybe she's not very good at it since she's been trying to defeat them for eight years now.; Casey Affleck's celebrity studded documentary (mockumentary?) I'M STILL HERE follows Joaquin Phoenix's surreal career immolation as it happens.

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 road But what's this we're hearing about Joaquin Phoenix's penis fixation?

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 road According to Movie | Line, Phoenix is obsessed with convincing his entourage to whip their man bits out (he himself does not go full frontal) and that's but one of the 9 most unsettling things about the movie. On a more serious note, Two Lovers (2009), which unfortunately arrived during this tailspin is quite a good movie and Phoenix is excellent in it. Rent it.

Picture 30  road You may have already heard but I thought I should note the death of out gay character actor Glenn Shadix, a Tim Burton regular. Most people remember him as bitchy interior decorator "Otho" in Beetlejuice. He passed away after a fall in his home. He was 58. He rode in the gay pride parade in his home state of Alabama a couple years back while on a break from his movie career, which was shifting to mostly voice work though he had a recurring role on HBO's Carnivàle in 2005.

 road Lindsay Lohan may be getting her Oprah moment. No one is really confirming or denying but don't expect a hard hitting interview.

Picture 35  road Since we love Jeremy Renner, we must share this tidbit from the Odd Rumor department. He might be playing Hansel next. As in Hansel & Gretel… but all grown up in the kind of awesome / kind of horrible sounding Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters. That whole "reintrepret classic stories through modern lens and weird angles" is big right now what with Pride & Prejudice and Zombies also coming to the big screen. Makes you wonder when they're ever going to get around to the movie version of Wicked which seems forever trapped in the pre-production "discussions" phase.

 road By Ken Levine… a great TV insider blog is playing a bitchy but highly enjoyable movie star game: "When will they do a TV series?"

 

 


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Tom Cruise + Jeremy Renner Will Make Sweet Action Love Together

Jeremy Renner, The Hurt Locker star who many suspect to be a homosexual, has been pinned down by Paramount Pictures to co-star in Mission: Impossible 4 alongside Tom Cruise, the Mission: Impossible 3 star who many suspect to be a homosexual.

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