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.

Cyndi Lauper joins honorary board of Matthew Shepard Foundation

Singer will promote the group during her tour with Sandra Bernhard

New DVDs this week include The Last Day and Next Stop, Greenwich Village

Entertainment News 2005-12-14 New DVDs this week include The Last Day and Next Stop, Greenwich Village The French coming-of-age drama The Last Day

Brokeback Mountain, Capote big winners with L.A. film critics

Entertainment News 2005-12-13 Brokeback Mountain, Capote big winners with L.A. film critics The 2005 film awards season had its official kickoff Saturday with the announcement of the Los Angel

New York critics honor Brokeback, while Capote and Transamerica take NBR acting kudos

Entertainment News 2005-12-13 New York critics honor Brokeback , while Capote and Transamerica take NBR acting kudos Gay cowboy love story Brokeback Mountain won three of the top

Exclusive preview Heath speaks

Exclusive preview: Heath speaks

In a gay-press exclusive, Brokeback Mountain’s Heath Ledger spoke with The Advocate’s Alonso Duralde for our January cover story, on sale December 20.

Elton John's wedding location published

Entertainment News 2005-12-10 Elton John's wedding location published The legal notice for Elton John's commitment ceremony to partner David Furnish has been published, thus likely ending their desire

Antigay groups quiet on Brokeback Mountain

As the groundbreaking gay love story opened in limited release on Friday, antigay Christian groups fail to protest

Felicity Huffman wins acclaim for Transamerica

Entertainment News 2005-12-09 Felicity Huffman wins acclaim for Transamerica It is not easy being a woman portraying a man who is really a woman. Ask Felicity Huffman, star of the hit television

Grammy noms include some gay favorites

The 48th annual Grammy nominations include a nod to pro-gay rapper Kanye West

Robbie Williams wins "gay" libel suit

Entertainment News 2005-12-08 Robbie Williams wins "gay" libel suit British pop singer Robbie Williams accepted undisclosed libel damages on Tuesday from publishers of a newspaper and magazines that

New book pulls back veil on 1950s gay Hollywood

Entertainment News 2005-12-07 New book pulls back veil on 1950s gay Hollywood Henry Willson, the agent who masterminded Rock Hudson's career along with those of such other Hollywood hunks—straig

Seven for the runway

Seven for the runway

Project Runway’s second season debuts December 7 on Bravo with seven—count ’em, seven—gay contestants. Here’s a scorecard to keep them all, um, straight.

Elton and David to marry where Charles and Camilla did

Entertainment News 2005-12-06 Elton and David to marry where Charles and Camilla did Pop star Elton John will wed his long-term partner, David Furnish, at the same venue where Prince Charles married Ca

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