Michael Patrick King: 'Sex' Rehab
May 21 2010 5:00 AM ET

Michael Patrick King: Sex Rehab

Brandon Voss

Michael Patrick King, writer, director, and producer of Sex and the City 2, lifts the veil on his Middle Eastern-flavored sequel, his TV comeback, and his very own Mr. Big.

Remembrance of Things Past Michel Gondry
May 14 2010 6:15 PM ET

Remembrance of Things Past

Matthew Breen

Director Michel Gondry talks about his departure from films like Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind with The Thorn in the Heart, which tells the story of his aunt Suzette and her troubled relationship with her gay son, Jean-Yves.

Anthony Hopkins Final Destination
April 23 2010 8:20 PM ET

Anthony Hopkins’s Final Destination

Jeremy Kinser

Oscar winner Anthony Hopkins discusses his first gay role in The City of Your Final Destination, dismisses gossipy items of his divo-like behavior on the set of Thor, and quashes rumors of his desire to play Simon Cowell.

Fifteen Films That Ticked Off Gay Audiences
April 23 2010 3:35 PM ET

15 Films That Ticked Off Gay Audiences

Advocate.com Editors

From Braveheart to Basic Instinct, The Advocate looks at 15 films that angered gay activists long before they were boycotting Ticked-Off Trannies With Knives.  

When Movies Were Movies
April 15 2010 8:30 AM ET

When Movies Were Movies

Trudy Ring

Swoon over handsome movie icons such as Montgomery Clift and Rock Hudson or sigh as Judy belts out “The Man That Got Away” on the big screen again — the first Turner Classic Movies festival offers something for every discerning gay film buff.

The Lo Down
April 08 2010 5:00 AM ET

Jennifer Lopez: The Lo Down

Brandon Voss

Taking on her harshest critics and most discerning drag queen impersonators, the 40-year-old fly girl gets real about fashion missteps — but she clams up when it comes to questions about kissing girls.

Going Gay for the Gold
March 05 2010 3:30 PM ET

Going Gay for the Gold

Advocate.com Editors

From Peter Finch in Sunday Bloody Sunday to Colin Firth in A Single Man, The Advocate takes a look at the 30 men and women nominated for an Oscar for playing LGBT since the Stonewall riots.

Kimberly Reed: Golden Boy Makes Good
February 26 2010 1:00 PM ET

Kimberly Reed: Golden Boy Makes Good

Brandon Voss

Once a star high school quarterback, transgender filmmaker Kimberly Reed wants to march in your pride parade and wield her newfound power like Oprah.

A Picture Worth a Thousand Words
February 24 2010 1:25 PM ET

Kenneth Harvey

A film student who discovers her grandmother's forbidden love for another woman honors her in the way she knows best — she and her producing classmate are hitting the road to Osaka for one hell of a thesis project.

Queen Please
February 10 2010 10:00 AM ET

Helen Mirren: Queen Please

Brandon Voss

The Last Station's Helen Mirren reigns on a parade of sunny subjects from gay servers to Kyra Sedgwick’s mouth.

Splitting Adam
February 09 2010 10:00 AM ET

David Keeps

As choreographer–director–TV judge Adam Shankman suits up to produce the Oscars, he reflects on the often tumultuous journey that led him to the Kodak Theatre.

Julianne Moore on 'A Single Man' De-gayed
February 03 2010 7:20 PM ET

Julianne Moore on A Single Man De-Gayed

Advocate.com Editors

Julianne Moore talks about the poster that made Tom Ford's A Single Man look like a straight romantic comedy and why it's a mistake to market anything as a gay event movie.

Not Gay Not Lesbian But Starring Fergie David Bowie Lady Gaga Kesha
January 29 2010 1:10 PM ET

Not Gay Not Lesbian But Starring Fergie David Bowie Lady Gaga Kesha

Advocate.com Editors

From Gaga to Fergie, Real World's Mike Manning to Michael Urie, The Advocate looks at celebs who like it both ways.

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