Hilary Duff: The Long, Duff Road


Hilary Duff on marriage equality, her fascination with Grindr and why she took a break from showbiz By Chris Azzopardi “I’m like the dorky kid on the bus who’s like, ‘Hiiii.’” Wait a minute. Is that you, Lizzie McGuire? Maybe? No. It’s Hilary Duff, razzing on her cold-ridden, congested-sounding self as she does a nasally nerd impression. And though Duff ... Read More »

Matt Bomer: More Than Meets the Eyes


Magic Mike star on telling his kids he’s in a stripper movie, Channing flattery and indecent gyrations. By Chris Azzopardi Matt Bomer is not buying all the buzz about Matt Bomer. Channeling his trademark charm, the actor calls it “sheer fallacy” that anyone – let alone heterosexual men – could possibly find his piercing baby-blue eyes swoon-worthy. And then there’s ... Read More »

From Porn to Norm: Adult Film Star Jumps to Indie Acting


By Jason Mietelski You may know him best from his roles in porn hits such as “Perfect Fit,” where he starred alongside the inimitable Aiden Shaw, or Chi Chi LaRue’s “Detention”, which earned him a Grabby Award in 2003 for “Best Group Sex Scene”. But these days Johnny Hazard has reinvented himself as an Indie film actor with depth and ... Read More »

Everything’s Coming Up Rose


Bridesmaids actress talks Hollywood discrimination, playing gay and drag-inspired Spy role By Chris Azzopardi Rose Byrne is up to no good again. After driving Kristen Wiig further into cupcake-consuming meltdown mode during 2011’s Bridesmaids, the Australian actress goes full-on diva in Spy, which reunites her with director Paul Feig and co-star Melissa McCarthy. As McCarthy’s dead-serious, fashion-challenged Spy foe, Byrne ... Read More »

Beyond Hollywood: Atlanta’s the New Production Haven


By Elijah Sarkesian “The Hollywood of the South.” It’s a branding that’s been stuck on Atlanta in recent years, as more and more film and television productions make their way to our city and surrounding parts of the state. Let’s be clear, though: Atlanta’s becoming more than an extension of the center of the film industry. Thanks in part to ... Read More »

Queer Zombies to Military Men: Atlanta Filmmaking From Top to Bottom


By Jason Metielski We’ve come a long way since the first time two gay men danced together in the 1895 motion picture, The Dickson Experimental Sound Film, produced by William Dickson and Thomas Edison. The queer men depicted in film in those days paved the way for the stereotypes: limp wristed, effeminate, flowery queens whose mannerisms could be easily mocked ... Read More »

After the Sashay – Kennedy Davenport: The Cagey Queen


Though Kennedy Davenport didn’t make it to the top three, you have to respect the work that she displayed while on RPDR. This cagey queen always showed a level of drag professionalism that all of the girls seemed to appreciate. In the end, Kennedy was sent packing after a four-way lip sync battle to the death. David Atlanta: Thank you ... Read More »

The Word of Reba


Country icon on attending her first gay wedding, the ‘practicality’ of LGBT rights and being a proud redhead. By Chris Azzopardi Even by phone, Reba McEntire makes you feel right at home. “Thanks for the visit; I’ve enjoyed visitin’ with you!” the singer drawls, wrapping up our conversation as if I’d just stopped by for buttered grits and a cup ... Read More »

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