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Can we just fast forward a couple of months ahead when The Legend of Tarzan hits home video. Fingers crossed the special features package includes deleted scenes including this man-on-man peck cut from the theatrical release.

Director David Yates reveals to The Times that a gay kiss between Alexander Skarsgård and Christoph Waltz was originally part of The Legend of Tarzan. However, after screening it with test audiences, the scene was left on the cutting room floor. Find out why below.

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I have plenty of TV guilty pleasures and Freeform, formerly known as ABC Family, is responsible for a few of them. What can I say? I love me some Baby Daddy and Pretty Little Liars.

The network’s first series under its new rebranding, Shadowhunters, joins that list. The fantasy series is adapted from the young adult novel series The Mortal Instruments. The movie was a bust, but it works on the small screen.

All season long, I’ve been waiting for Magnus Bane and Alec Lightwood, played by Harry Shum Jr. and Matthew Daddario respectively, to act on their building sexual tension. On the penultimate episode of the first season, it finally happened.

As Alec was about to marry some chick, he realized his true feelings and left her at the alter to lock lips with his man. Check out the epic moment below.

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Orlando Bloom Kisses David Walliams For Charity

In: Donovan, Totally GAY!

English celebrities love to go all out for Comic Relief Red Nose Day. A couple of years ago, Jessie J shaved her head in the name of charity and this year, Orlando Bloom got some man loving for the annual special.

The 38-year-old Lord of the Rings actor lunged in to give UK comedian David Walliams a passionate kiss. “David‘s always been my ideal leading lady,” Bloom revealed about the smooch. Meanwhile Walliams stated, “It was alright. There was quite a strong taste of kebab that was a bit off putting.” Check out the kiss below.

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The American version of GQ needs to copy this initiative immediately as well. Their German counterparts enlisted several of their country’s famous straight men to kiss in the name of anti-homophobia. #MundPropaganda (roughly translated as “word of mouth”) features notable names from acting, music and sports to lock lips for the new program to battle intolerance. Nothing says good cause like a little man-on-man action 😉

Those involved include rappers Moses Pelham and Thomas D, Olympic champion volleyball players Julius Brink and Jonas Recker, hip hop group Fettes Brot and actors Herbert Grönemeyer, August Diehl, Kostja Ullman and Ken Duken. The latter two can be seen above. Check out some of the others engage in some tender kissing below. Some of them really get into it. #justsaying

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I was obsessed with Archie Comics as a kid. I’m so glad that the characters I grew up with have embraced gays in such a great way. The iconic comic book broke new ground several years ago when they introduced Riverdale’s first gay resident Kevin Keller. The character was such a huge hit, he received his own full series, a novel among other things.

Yesterday, Archie Comics pushed the envelope even further and printed its first same-sex kiss. Ironically, it was One Million Moms outrage over a previous issue that inspired the scene. Take that OMM. Check out an excerpt below from Kevin Keller Issue No. 10: First Kiss.

check out an excerpt from the issue after the jump

Should The CW Renew The Carrie Diaries?

In: Donovan, TV Shows

When I wrote last week’s Should NBC Renew The New Normal post, I expected mostly a negative response. Surprisingly though, the overwhelming consensus on our FB Fan Page and the post, was that most people wanted a second season. I’m curious to know if our readers feel the same way about The Carrie Diaries.

The CW Sex and the City prequel aired its season finale last night. Like The New Normal, it’s been struggling in the ratings and overall quality consistency. As annoying and neurotic, teenage Carrie Bradshaw (AnnaSophia Robb) is to the grown-up version (Sarah Jessica Parker), I really do quite enjoy the show. Truth be told, it’s the only teen-centric show I watch right now. Perhaps it’s the nostalgia I feel from all the music, fashion and trends the show uses brilliantly that keeps me coming back. Speaking of music, I love that in several episodes a classic track began the show and a cover of an 80s song typically ended it. Keep that up. Oh, and I want more of Carrie’s teen nemesis, bitchy Donna LaDonna (Chloe Bridges).

Beyond the trip down memory lane, a storyline I find really fascinating is Walt’s (Brendan Dooling) coming out story. If a Season 2 happens, I’m curious to know how the show will handle the gay teen story arc with the 80s AIDS epidemic in background. I hope they keep Walt’s crush SLASH mentor Bennett (Jake Robinson) in the mix. They’re so adorable together.

Now, to what I don’t like. I want to love teenage Carrie, but she’s far too neurotic for her age. No disrespect to Robb, who does an excellent job of channeling Parker. Perhaps, too good of a job. I want her to be a normal’ish teen and not a 40-year-old damaged Carrie that appeared in the HBO series. Also, kinda annoying is Carrie’s BFF Maggie (Katie Findlay). She’s no Miranda, Charlotte or Samantha. The only reason why I want her character around is to keep seeing her hot cop hookup (Josh Salatin).

Well, there’s my two cents on the show. I want to hear your thoughts. Sound off below. I’ve posted Walt & Bennett’s kissing scenes just in case you wanted to relive them or missed it.

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There’s no denying that Mondays can be a bitch. It’s always hard to go back to the office after having a fun-filled weekend. Thankfully, two brand new shows make starting the week a bit easier for me. I have to admit, I wasn’t expecting to enjoy The Carrie Diaries and The Following as much as I do. And that’s before both shows featured two gay kisses during last week’s episode. Since a new episode of each airs tonight, I thought it was a perfect time to blog about aforementioned smooches.

On The Carrie Diaries, Carrie (AnnaSophia Robb) and her best friend Walt (Brendan Dooling) celebrated Halloween in NYC. At the party, they meet Interview writer Bennett (Jake Robinson). During a chat, Bennett leans over and gives Walt his first man-on-man kiss. Still struggling to deal with his sexuality, Walt runs and heads back home to have sex with his ex-girlfriend Maggie (Katie Findlay). Side note: Check out our interview with Katie.

Over on The Following, two straight aspiring serial killers Will (Nico Tortorella) and Billy (Adan Canto) pretend to be gay to befriend a victim. After a series of flashbacks, we learn that during a drunken night, the two actually hooked up. This eventually leads to Billy developing real feelings for Will. Check out their angst-ridden kiss below, along with the Carrie Diaries’ one.

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Earlier this week on Modern Family, Phil Dunphy (who is played by Ty Burrell) found himself in a very awkward predicament. I’ve been waiting to find the video of the scene online and I’ve finally succeeded.

In the episode, Phil meets a guy at the gym named Dave (played by Matthew Broderick) and because Phil is so oblivious, he doesn’t realize the guy was gay and into him when he invites him over for a “guys night”.

Dave is recently out of a relationship and is encouraged to go out by Cam, who obviously isn’t aware that the guy in question is Phil. With the Dunphys out for the night, the boys have the house to themselves. Dave isn’t sure about the signals he’s getting from Phil, but as the “date” progresses, Dave starts to think things are moving too fast. It’s an absolutely hilarious scene and the best part is when Phil realizes after the fact what kind of signals he had been sending out all along. Enjoy!

Watch the clip after the jump…

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