Page 165 of 302« First...1020...163164165166167...170180...Last »

I can count on my two hands the number of quality independent gay movies I’ve seen over the years. Admit it, most of them are pretty crappy, for lack of a better word. Even one of the characters in the movie trailer below confirm my sentiment. As he states, most of those gay-themed flicks on Netflix truly do suck.. and not in a good way.

I’m going out on a limb here, but “Scenes From A Gay Marriage” looks promising. Based on the movie trailer, it has heart, charm and enough pieces of eye candy to make it worthwhile checking out. All the essential ingredients for an entertaining gay film. Written and directed by Matt Riddlehover, the film deals with a gay couple and the voyeuristic impulses of their downstairs neighbor. Hell, I’d spy on them too, if my neighbors looked like that.

The 26-year-old filmmaker also stars in the film along with Jared Allman, Thashana McQuiston, Carson Nicely, Malachi Taylor, Cliff Burr, Devin Walls & Domiziano Arcangeli. That sexy Carson beast is definitely going to appear in either my Model Behavior or Man Crush feature in the coming weeks. So tasty. For weeks, Riddlehover has been teasing his fans by dropping still shots from on-set. Finally, he’s released the official trailer for his film. Check it out below.

watch the movie trailer after the jump

A couple of months ago, posters of Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson and Taylor Lautner debuted online. Given that they’re the three main stars of the “Twilight” franchise, it only makes sense the studio used their images as part of the first promotional push for the last installment of the vampire films. Almost two months later, the secondary characters are finally getting their due.

23 character posters of those appearing in “Breaking Dawn Part 2” were unveiled during Comic-Con. As with all the previous films, the Cullen clan all receive their own images. Also in the graphic pack are those from the Denali clan and characters from all the covens, including the Egyptian, Irish, Amazon and Romanian ones.

Personally, I can’t wait for the “Twilight Saga” to die a true death. Sure, I’ve watched them, out of necessity because of our site, but they aren’t the best written films. The Harry Potter franchise is far superior and even with only one film under its belt, “The Hunger Games” is better than all the Twilight films combined. I’m probably going to receive massive hate from all the Twihards, but oh well… it’s my two cents. Check out all the brand new character posters below.

check out all 23 posters after the jump

Homorazzi Chats With Tracey Heggins

In: Interviews, Movies, Tyrell

Last week, I was fortunate enough to chat on the phone with the beautiful and talented Tracey Heggins. Tracey has been blowing up in the media lately due to one upcoming killer part – the role of Senna in “Breaking Dawn Part 2.” But Tracey is more than just a vampire in one of the most popular franchises on the planet. Heggins is also an accomplished actress who recently gave the performance of her life in the short film, “Cherry Waves,” which is currently being shown at Outfest.

In the captivating short film, Tracey plays the role of Angie a lesbian street fighter. The story follows love, loss, and finding oneself set against the world of underground street fighting. In my interview, I got a chance to ask Tracey about this groundbreaking role as well as her time filming and working with the cast of Twilight. We also dove in to what’s next for Heggins including a little trip to Paris. Give a listen to our chat and check out the trailer for “Cherry Waves” below.

Listen to my chat with Tracey after the jump…

Friday, July 27 is just around the corner and “Step Up Revolution” will be dancing its way into theaters near you. Featuring some of the industries leading choreographers in film and TV, the movie promises to show off some really slick moves not seen in the previous Step Up films. In fact, it’s being said that this instalment in the series is the most diverse in dance style yet. Did I mention that it’s also available in 3D?

The synopsis of the film is set in Miami, FL. Sean played by Ryan Guzman leads a flash mob troupe known as “The Mob”. Their dancing antics have garnered the attention of Miami newbie Emily played my So You Think You Can Dance alumni, Kathryn McCormick. When a big corporate business man plans to tear down their homes and neighborhood, Emily and Sean team up to rebel and make a difference through dance. Sounds compelling right? If the trailer hasn’t given you enough of a tease, you can watch the first three minutes of the film’s opening sequence below.

Watch the first three minutes of “Step Up Revolution” after the jump.

Jessica Biel Set To Play Comic Book Character

In: Donovan, Movies

Playing a superhero can be very beneficial to an actress. Jennifer Garner played Elektra and met future husband Ben Affleck on set. Scarlett Johansson is rumored to be cashing in a whopping $20 million to return as Black Widow for “The Avengers” sequel. It only makes sense that the future Mrs. Justin Timberlake wants a piece of the comic book action.

Jessica Biel just scored a juicy role as a comic villainess. The 30-year-old actress will join the Marvel universe, co-starring with Hugh Jackman in the much-delayed sequel “The Wolverine“. She joins Korean-American actor Will Yun Lee and Brian Tee who recently joined the cast as nemeses to Jackman’s Wolverine. They’re set to play Silver Samurai and Noburo Mori, a corrupt minister of justice, respectively. Find out what bad girl Biel will be portraying below.

view what comic book character after the jump

This weekend, the fourth installment of Ice Age opened in theaters and certainly succeeded in getting the nut at the box office. ‘Ice Age: Continental Drift‘ brought in an estimated $46 million this weekend and although it was the top film this weekend, it was slightly below expectations. This is the lowest opening for the franchise, with the original Ice Age opening with $46.3 million way back in 2002, without the 3D markup advantage. Some speculate that because ‘Brave‘ and ‘Madagascar 3‘ were still out in theaters, it did create some competition for this film.

No other films opened for wide release this weekend, and thus the top films at the box office consist of films that have already been out in theatres for a while. Savages, which had a week opening last weekend, dropped 45% this weekend. I’m surprised this film didn’t do better because it has so many good people in it! I’ll have to wait for it to come out on iTunes to see what the non-fuss is about.

Did you see any films this weekend? Matt saw Ice Age 4 and you can read what he thought of the film here. Otherwise, check out how the rest of the films did this weekend and where how they placed below.

Check out the top films after the jump…

Back in 2006, ‘NSync’s Lance Bass came out publicly as gay. He was once the “most beloved son” of his home state of Mississippi, but when he came out he was instantly rejected and his hopes that Mississippi could ever embrace change were sadly unrealized. Four years later, the story of a Mississippi youth made national headlines. Constance McMillen was suing her school for denying her the right to go to prom with her girlfriend.

This documentary documents how something has been shifting in one of the most socially conservative places in America. With Constance’s story, it gave Lance and many others, a glimmer of hope for change in the state they call home.

Watch the trailer for the award-winning documentary below.

Watch the trailer after the jump…

A new trailer for the post-apocalyptic movie called ‘The Day‘ has just come out and I’m interested to know what you guys think. The story follows a group of five survivors, armed with shotguns, axes and machetes, doing whatever they can to stay alive. While lost, starving, and exhausted, they seek shelter in what appears to be an abandoned farmhouse. Unfortunately, there’s more to it. They seem to set off some sort of alarm signal that notifies their ruthless predators to come in for the kill.

Although I love the actors in the film, I’m not sure how it will do in the box office because it looks like it’s copying films like ‘28 Days Later‘ (even though there are no zombies). Even the music in the film sounds a lot like John Murphy‘s music, who did the music for 28 Days Later etc. See for yourself below and let me know what you think.

Watch the trailer after the jump…

Page 165 of 302« First...1020...163164165166167...170180...Last »

Be Our Friend

Life In Your Thirties