By R. Kurt Osenlund, Managing Editor, Out Magazine Seeing our experiences reflected through popular art, particularly cinema, is something queer people have vigorously sought, long before "Moonlight" broke multiple barriers and clinched a Best Picture Oscar in front of a global audience. It's why we've sniffed out subtext wherever we could, from "Ben-Hur" to bromances: because our […]
I personally don't always think about watching a stand-up's comedy special with my morning coffee but that's what I did when I was preparing to talk with Margaret Cho and watched "Margaret Cho: Psycho" with my morning cup of joe. In fact, I told the comic/actress, who I've talked to many times over the years, how spit my […]
TMI is nothing new for the comedienne, but this time it's for a cause. Meet Sheryl Underwood, Depend undergarments spokesperson
The out actor talks about whether being out hurt his career and his thoughts on ‘Major Crimes’ gay storyline.
NBC says Robin Williams, Whoopi Goldberg and William Shatner are among those joining Kelly Clarkson’s holiday special.
A funny thing happened during season six of “Mad Men.” Conspiracy theories began popping up online about actor James Wolk’s extremely agreeable character Bob Benson.
NEW YORK (AP) - Robin Williams has early bragging rights over Michael J. Fox in the competition between two sitcom veterans returning to network TV - with an asterisk. The Nielsen company said Friday that Williams' new CBS comedy, "The Crazy Ones," debuted before 15.6 million people on Thursday night. It competed directly at 9 […]
Although Sarah Michelle Gellar has been married to actor Freddie Prinze Jr. for 11 years, the premiere of her new series, “The Crazy Ones,” has Gellar feeling like a bride-to-be.
When Robin Williams starts riffing, complete with accents and slightly dated references to current events, do you laugh or groan? Were you a fan of "Ally McBeal," "Boston Legal" or any of David Kelley's other quirky shows? Does your love of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" make you a Sarah Michelle Gellar fan for life? Your […]
The film’s star, Forest Whitaker is receiving praise for his portrayal of White House butler Cecil Gaines, a fictional character, based on longtime service worker Eugene Allen.