Arts & Entertainment
In the Arts & Entertainment section, The Advocate brings readers all the latest news on Hollywood, Broadway, and beyond. From New York to Los Angeles, The Advocate shines a spotlight on the stars of the screen who are lending their voices to support the LGBT community, as well as gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender individuals who are moving the cultural needle. Discover A-list interviews, the best gay movies and reviews of theater, music, books and television. Learn how Arts & Entertainment can shape national dialogue and can work to advance equality.

International Federation of Film Critics names Volver film of the year

Entertainment News 2006-09-23 International Federation of Film Critics names Volver film of the year Volver , directed by Pedro Almodovar, has received the best film of the year award from th

L.A. nightclub cancels performance of antigay reggae star

Entertainment News 2006-09-23 L.A. nightclub cancels performance of antigay reggae star A Los Angeles nightclub has canceled a performance by Buju Banton, a reggae star whose violent lyrics about gays

South Korea picks gay-themed film for Oscar campaign

Entertainment News 2006-09-22 South Korea picks gay-themed film for Oscar campaign South Korea selected a gay-themed movie that became an unexpected domestic box-office hit to put forward as its candid

The Marriage Bed to play off-Broadway

Entertainment News 2006-09-22 The Marriage Bed to play off-Broadway The Marriage Bed , Nona Shepphard's London play about two women in love, will open in its American premiere October 1

Joplin movie goes ahead, without Pink or Etheridge

Entertainment News 2006-09-21 Joplin movie goes ahead, without Pink or Etheridge Actress Zooey Deschanel has been tapped to play legendary blues singer Janis Joplin in a movie set to start filming in N

Colorado activists want Banton concert scrubbed

Entertainment News 2006-09-20 Colorado activists want Banton concert scrubbed A group of Boulder, Colo., gay activists are calling for the cancellation of a Wednesday night concert by Buju

Rupert Everett's mouth gets him in trouble

Entertainment News 2006-09-19 Rupert Everett's mouth gets him in trouble Out actor Rupert Everett got himself into hot water when he appeared on a U.K. radio show, reports The Observer .

Elton John makes up with George Michael

Elton John makes up with George Michael

Sir Elton John and George Michael appear to have settled their public feud. The stars fell out after John told the world in 2004 that Michael was miserable and needed to get out more.

Indiana club cancels performance of homophobic reggae singer

Entertainment News 2006-09-16 Indiana club cancels performance of homophobic reggae singer A performance by gay-hating singer Buju Banton that was scheduled to take place September 14 at Bloomington, I

Its So Gravy

"It's So Gravy"

Laura enters her second trimester and scores her first win on this week's Project Runway. Meanwhile, Angela and Vincent return to lose some more.

Gay Middle East love story has people talking—and grumbling

Entertainment News 2006-09-15 Gay Middle East love story has people talking—and grumbling The deck seems stacked against Israeli filmmakers Eytan Fox and Gal Uchovsky, whose movie The Bubble h

Gay novel Geography Club number 2 banned book

Entertainment News 2006-09-15 Gay novel Geography Club number 2 banned book Bested by only To Kill a Mockingbird , the popular gay-themed novel Geography Club has been named

Gay DJ wallops hip-hop icon over "Diddy" name rights

Entertainment News 2006-09-14 Gay DJ wallops hip-hop icon over "Diddy" name rights London lawyers announced a settlement this week upholding the right of gay London-based DJ-producer Richard

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