'I wondered if he might be bicurious...' asks Philomena
Drunktown’s Finest — a film about three Native Americans, a college-bound student, a father-to-be, and a promiscuous transsexual struggling to escape their Indian reservation — is in the f
Walk On, which opens in L.A. Nov. 10, follow Joseph Kibler's inspiring participation in the Los Angeles AIDS Walk. Born HIV-positive and physically disabled, Kibler relentlessly pursues his goal to walk the 6.2 stretch.
The actor turned rock star says he met two young trans people last year, which helped inspire the role of Rayon, possibly his most laudable role yet.
The antigay author may not profit from the film’s box office haul, but the media attention is translating to increased sales of the novel on which it is based.
"I want[ed] to make sure that everyone’s OK with me playing this part as a person who is choosing to live as a woman, and not as a cross-dresser,’ ” Leto recalls.
A clueless ’80s news team can't wrap their heads around an openly gay colleague.
You can help fight the Devil by purchasing tickets to this antigay bigot’s latest film.