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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Christian Slater Admits He Felt Competitive With James Franco Over Those ‘King Cobra’ Sex Scenes

From: Queerty
This just in: Christian Slater is a very competitive person. Especially when it comes to shooting gay sex scenes in movies.

While speaking at a Q&A after the premiere of King Cobra over the weekend, 47-year-old Slater spoke candidly about the film’s many, many, many gay sex scenes and how he didn’t want James Franco to get all the attention. So he improvised a scene of his own.

“James was going to be doing the lion’s share of the sexual aspects [of the film] and then I got competitive,” Slater said. “We even improv’d some stuff. OK, I’ll stop–but, yeah, great direction!”

That when director Justin Kelly chimed in to add that Slater and actor Garrett Clayton had one spontaneous moment when “[Christian] pushes him up against the closet door… That was not written or planned. That [was] Christian saying, ‘Where’s my gay sex scene?’”

“Garrett was damn cute,” Slater added, jokingly. “Let’s get honest about it here.”

If the film, Slater plays Stephen, the adult film producer who first “discovers” Brent Corrigan (played by Garrett Clayton) and aims to turn him into a bona-fide gay porn star. That is until another producer, Joe (played by James Franco), comes along and tries to snatch up his contract.

“Moonlight” Director Barry Jenkins On Being A Straight Man Making A Gay Film: “I Had Some Trepidation”

"I think there are some stories that can only be told from a first-person perspective.”
From: NewNowNext
 Moonlight is being hailed as one of the best movies of 2016, and an instant LGBT film classic. Naturally, most audiences would assume that the director of Moonlight, Barry Jenkins is gay, but he’s actually straight. It was with the help of a gay playwright he felt that he could do this story justice even if he wasn’t gay himself.

“I had some trepidation about it at the beginning, only because I think there are some stories that can only be told from a first-person perspective,” he told Vulture in a new interview.

 “I hadn’t lived this aspect of the character’s identity, but at the same time, I had so many other things in common with Chiron that I thought, If there’s ever going to be a space where I can truly empathize with a character who has a core aspect of his identity that I don’t share, it’s going to be this case.”

 It was with the help of out playwright Tarell Alvin McCraney, who wrote the play In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue—in which the film is based on—that Jenkins realized he could still tell this story even if he wasn’t gay like the main character, Chiron.

“Also, too, talking to Tarell through the writing process, I realized how aligned we were. I realized through that process that I could preserve Tarell’s voice and meld it with my passion as an empathetic ally for LGBTQ stories. The combination of those two things could give me the room and breadth to actually be able to take authorship of this thing.

What I say is that Moonlight could not have originated with me. It had to originate with Tarell. I think because it did, I felt very comfortable taking on the issues. I mean, the movie’s very intersectional. There’s so much going on with Chiron, and that’s only one part of his identity. But I did feel because it’s a core aspect of the material and a core aspect of all of Tarell’s work that I could do it.”

So do most people who see the movie assume that he’s gay? “They do! All the time.” replied Jenkins.

Moonlight is now playing in select theaters and opens nationwide November 4.

Александр Дорохов (Alexander Dorokhov) from Omnisport

From: Speed o Rex

The Beast.

From: brandedbulltank

 [Photographer’s Notes: These photos were taken at North Baker Beach in San Francisco. In the background of all these photos is the Golden Gate Bridge, completely hidden by a blanket of dense fog.]

10 Gayish Halloween Movies To Watch This Halloween

From: Queerty

Phantom of the Opera

Gerald Butler plays the title role in the movie version of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s spooky blockbuster musical. It also features Patrick Wilson looking hot (per usual) as Raoul and Minnie Driver playing the over-the-top diva Carlotta Giudicelli.

13 Horror Movie Himbos For All Hallows’ Eve

From: NewNowNext
Kevin Spirtas 
Friday The 13th Part VII: The New Blood
Speaking of gay actors and the Friday series, there have been quite a few over the years, including Kevin Spirtas, who as Kevin Blair starred in the 1988 “Jason Vs. Carrie” installment. He played Nick, the love interest of the telekinetic Final Girl, and became one of the rare men to survive Jason’s wrath.

Andy Cohen Lost His Golden Gay Status In A Threesome Two Years Ago

Kelly Ripa apparently approved of the "muscular, tanned mechanic" and his wife.
From: NewNowNext
 Andy Cohen reveals his celebrity friends Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos once encouraged him to have sex with a woman in his upcoming memoir, Superficial: More Adventures from the Andy Cohen Diaries.

In the book, the 48-year-old Housewives creator dishes on having his Golden Gay card revoked in a threesome he had with a woman and her husband, the Daily Mail reports.

Cohen wrote that he had planned the steamy encounter with “a muscular, tanned mechanic” and his “beautiful blonde” wife just for the sake of saying he had sex with a woman, and sent photos of the couple to Kelly and Mark beforehand for their approval.

“Jake’s very handsome and Angela is beautiful and I am very happy for you,” Ripa told Cohen.

Her husband was more to the point, saying “Dude!”

“I did things with a girl for the first time in thirty years,” Cohen wrote, though he maintains “I did not lose my virginity.”

Cohen wrote the hookup happened in a hotel room and all three were “stoned,” but it’s nowhere near the juiciest bit of gossip the book exposes.

Among his other star-studded tales: An interesting encounter with a “bizarre” Lindsay Lohan, Andy’s feelings about New Jersey housewife Teresa Giudice and her prison sentence, and the incredible theme of Sarah Jessica Parker’s 50th birthday party.

Superficial: More Adventures from the Andy Cohen Diaries is out November 15.

31 Days of Halloween Men

10 Shania Twain Halloween Looks That’ll Impress Your Friends Much

From: NewNowNext

Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under
 If you’re feeling lazy just wear your finest red dress and walk around the nearest rural town looking for your cheating man. To go full method find a diner and create havoc by being the worst waitress ever.

Hot or Not?

Carl Louis Brida

The 10 Best “RuPaul’s Drag Race” Costume Ideas For Halloween

From: NewNowNext


‘Moonlight’ Star on the Importance of Telling Black Gay Stories: ‘It’s Something That the World Needs’

From: Towleroad
Trevante Rhodes, star of the new film Moonlight, is speaking about the impact the film is having and on his experience playing a gay man.

Rhodes spoke with PEOPLE about the film, a bildungsroman in three acts about a boy growing up gay, black and poor in Miami.

Said Rhodes of the social significance of the film,

“It talks about a subject matter that is so prevalent today. Being a black man in American is relatively difficult right now, being a gay man in America is incredibly difficult and so being a black, gay man, like I’ve said before, can be perceived as the worst possible thing right now. So it is something that we need, that the world needs, and I’m thinking it’s a beautiful thing that people are receiving it. I didn’t think we were ready for something like that. And it’s really surprising and really refreshing to me to see that people are.”

Of how he approached playing a gay character, Rhodes said,

“I was born loving women but I easily could have been born loving men. It’s the exact same sensation… You don’t fall in love with someone [just] for their physical [traits], but for their mental.”

“It was really just about me it was really just falling in love with the person that [my co-star] André Holland is. I respect him, I love him for the father figure he is.”
Rhodes says he didn’t tap into from any specific story or source material for his performance:

“One of my best friends is homosexual so I knew his struggle, but it wasn’t about pulling from that. I didn’t want to make it about that. It was really just about understanding people, understanding love and relationships…As actors and directors, I feel like our job, more so than anything else, is to shine a light on a subject and to let people know that they’re not alone.”

Watch a trailer for Moonlight, below.

‘Drag Race’ Star Katya’s Craigslist Hookup With Aussie Tweaker Ended In Disaster

From: Queerty
People still use Craigslist to hook up? That’s news to us.

But after hearing about Katya’s night in Australia, those who still do may never want to again.

As the Drag Race season 7 standout and All Stars season 2 fan favorite tells it, “We were headed to Australia right after the season 7 finale, so I go onto Craigslist, and I cast my, um, lure, and I [reel one in].”
“So I had this guy over, I was in drag…We proceed to have hours and hours of actually wonderfully fulfilling physically and emotionally, like, explorative sex. He was cool with me being sort of in between genders, which I totally am even though I look exactly like a woman. He’s a little bit twitchy, he’s a little bit awkward, but I can’t tell because of the cultural difference. He was into drugs, he was an underground lifestyle kind of guy. He wasn’t totally Joanne the Scammer…I don’t even remember what his name was honestly.”
“Later in the night when I decide to take a shower, he goes through my bag and takes all my merch money, which is about $2500.”
Luckily Katya has pretty great perspective on the whole incident. And hey, she’s turned it into one hell of a story.

Watch her tell it below:

Favorite Male Model of the Day: October 25, 2007

Derrick Hayes
From:  Favorite Hunks & Other Things

John McCain Vows to Obstruct Any Hillary Clinton SCOTUS Nominee

From: Towleroad
Senator John McCain has promised that Republicans in the Senate will do anything within their power to ‘unite against’ any nominee Hillary Clinton would appoint to the Supreme Court should she be elected president.

McCain made his vow while shilling for Republican Senator Pat Toomey of Pennsylvania on a Philadelphia radio program, as CNN reports.  

Said McCain, “I promise you that we will be united against any Supreme Court nominee that Hillary Clinton, if she were president, would put up. I promise you. This is where we need the majority and Pat Toomey is probably as articulate and effective on the floor of the Senate as anyone I have encountered.”

McCain’s remarks appear to directly contradict his official statement on President Obama’s nominating Merrick Garland to the Court.

In March, McCain said of Garland’s nomination, “This issue is not about any single nominee – it’s about the integrity of the Court.”

McCain added, “With less than a year left in a lame-duck presidency and the long-term ideological balance of the Supreme Court at stake, I believe the American people must have a voice in the direction of the Supreme Court by electing a new president. The last time the American people spoke, they elected a Republican majority to the Senate to act as a ‘check and balance’ on President Obama’s liberal agenda – a responsibility I cannot ignore. We must allow the people to play a role in selecting the next lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court.”

During his interview with the Philadelphia radio station, McCain also commented that he wasn’t sure if Trump is the superior candidate in this election based solely on the question of who he would nominate to the Court. As McCain explained it, “I hear him saying a lot of different things.”

As for why he withdrew his endorsement of Trump, McCain said, “It’s not what he said, my friend, it’s what he said he did. What he said he did. I mean, bragging is one thing. I’ve been in a lot of locker rooms, my friend, and frankly I have not heard comments like that.”

President Obama Responds to Donald Trump’s Mean Tweet on Jimmy Kimmel

From: Towleroad
President Obama joined Jimmy Kimmel on Monday night and participated in a hilarious edition of Mean Tweets.

“Barack Obama dances like how his jeans look.”

“Obama is the Nickleback of presidents”

“Barack Obama… bro, do you even lift!?”

“President Obama will go down as perhaps the worst president in the history of the United States!”

Replied the President: “Really? Well, @realDonaldTrump, at least I will go down as a president.”

Obama also sat down for an interview on a variety of topics.

He says he won’t be going through a metal detector, EVER:

He said he’s rooting for the Cubs in the World Series even though he’s a White Sox fan:

He told Kimmel that after reading about it in the news, he asked Malia about Snapchat, and ended up getting trolled by her. He’s unfortunately crippled by a disabled phone (no email, no camera, no music) although there is updated WiFi at the White House. He also talked about Friday’s cyber attack that went after huge sites like Netflix, Soundcloud, Twitter and others by using connected devices to launch a DDoS assault.


He talked about Hillary Clinton and why some people don’t trust her. Obama says it is because she has been in the public arena for years.

She’s smart as a whip, she does her homework, she works really hard, she cares deeply about working families in this country, and she’s not somebody who thinks the job is about flash and sizzle and making speeches, just getting policy right and making sure that folks are doing a little bit better.”

He added:

“At a time in our politics where everybody wants to get 100 percent of what they want right now, and the assumption is if someone else doesn’t agree with you then they’re completely wrong and we got no time for them….the brand of politics that Hillary represents that is pragmatic – you make progress in little pieces at a time – that may not attract as much attention, it’s not something that goes in 140 characters as easily, but I think she’ll be an outstanding president.”

The President also revealed how he is awakened every morning and at what times he is awakened in the middle of the night:

He says FLOTUS would divorce him if he ran again and why he’s staying in D.C. when his term is over. He also says, to the audience’s disappointment, that Michelle has to leave the White House too.

“If I were able to run for a third term, Michelle would divorce me.”

Finally, the cheeto-colored fascist who is running for president came up. Obama says he laughs at him during debates “most of the time.”

He wants to make sure everybody votes:

Obama also said that he is enjoying campaigning on Hillary’s behalf and for Senate and House candidates.

“We joke about Donald Trump but….there is something qualitatively different about how Trump has operated in the political sphere…what we haven’t seen before is somebody questioning the integrity of elections and the will of the people. What we haven’t seen before is a politics based on putting down – in very explicit terms – Muslim Americans, who are patriots, or describing women – not interms of their intellect or their character but on a 1 to 10 score. There is a certain responsibility and expectation…if you are willing to say anything or do anything even if it undermines everything that is built by previous generations, then that’s a problem.”

Obama turns his wrath on GOP Senate hopefuls

From: CNN
His deep disdain for Donald Trump now long established, President Barack Obama is turning his arrows on Republican lawmakers stuck with the GOP nominee, landing Air Force One on their turf and unleashing a torrent of insults.

He ripped Ohio Sen. Rob Portman in Columbus last week as a too-little-too-late political opportunist for disavowing Trump only after the presidential nominee boasted about sexual assault. He lashed Florida Sen. Marco Rubio in Miami as a weak-minded hypocrite who once ran against Trump but now worries about alienating his backers.

And on Sunday in Las Vegas, he declared GOP Rep. Joe Heck, running to replace retiring Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, a closet Trump supporter, even as he's disavowed the candidate.
"How does that work?" Obama said with disdain during a raucous campaign rally here. "You're for him, but you're not for him. You're kind of for him. What the heck?"

"That's not leadership. That's cynical," Obama said. "That means you'll say anything and so anything just to get elected."

During his half-hour stump speech, Obama lambasted Trump for carrying out a "bromance" with Russian President Vladimir Putin and for suggesting the upcoming vote is rigged in favor of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

"That means he's losing," Obama said on Trump's claims about the validity of the election. "It means you don't have what it takes to do this job."

Polls in Nevada show a close race, though Clinton has emerged with a narrow edge in the last several weeks. A Monmouth University survey released just before last week's debate showed the Democratic nominee at 47% support among likely voters, compared to 40% for Trump. That was a reversal from a month ago, when Trump stood at 44% and Clinton at 42%.

The state's Senate race, held to replace Reid, appears tighter. Heck stands at 45% in the Monmouth survey of likely voters, while his Democratic rival Catherine Cortez Masto, a former attorney general, is at 42%.

In his remarks Sunday, Obama reserved his harshest criticism for the GOP Senate candidate, who initially backed Trump enthusiastically but withdrew his support following tape of Trump making the sexually aggressive remarks. Obama said that kind of political reversal doesn't stand scrutiny.

"Now, when suddenly it's not working, and people are saying this guy's kind of out of line, all of a sudden these Republican politicians who were OK with this up to a point, are saying this was too much, suddenly that's a deal-breaker," Obama said. "Well what took you so long?"

"What the heck took you so long?" Obama said again with emphasis -- one of several times he deployed the candidate's surname as an attack.

And he went after a new Republican tactic, suggesting GOP lawmakers should be elected to act as a check to Clinton's power should she win. An ad in New Hampshire this week backing incumbent Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte utilized the argument, but Obama said the senators' records should stand for themselves.

"They've been in charge of Congress now for the last six years basically, and what have they gotten done?" he said to chants of "nothing."

Obama has increasingly turned his ire on Republican lawmakers in the waning days of the 2016 campaign, casting those who have criticized Trump's behavior but maintained their endorsements as craven hypocrites. With Clinton leading in most national polls, and up in enough battleground states to signal a likely victory, the President now hopes to turn key legislative chambers, where the agenda items he's pressed for as commander-in-chief could either be cemented or eroded in the years after he leaves office.

The strategy is not without risk. In the post-election lame duck session, many of the same Republicans Obama is hammering will prove essential in approving the President's last remaining legislative priority: passage of the Trans Pacific Partnership trade pact.

Even TPP's fate in the Republican Senate is unknown though, and there appears little concern on Obama's part about undermining any remaining ties to congressional Republicans in his final months in office.

His stop in Las Vegas on Sunday kicked off a three-day fundraising tour through San Diego and Los Angeles, where the President was planning to use his still-considerable pull among deep-pocked Democrats to pad his party's congressional campaign coffers, along with the Clinton campaign's.
Already, Obama has appeared in television spots for Democratic Senate candidates in Florida, California, Illinois, North Carolina and Pennsylvania; he's also recorded radio ads for Senate hopefuls in New Hampshire and Nevada. Those states' Senate battles are among the most fiercely contested this year.

Obama has also cut television or radio ads for three governors races and ten House contests, and Democratic officials predict new spots will appear almost daily in other races around the nation.
Democratic officials also said Sunday Obama planned to endorse 150 candidates for state legislatures across the country, lending his voice to recorded phone calls, appearing in television ads, and issuing statements of support in places where his considerable popularity holds sway.

Like his active support for Clinton, Obama's considerable efforts in down-ballot races amounts to an investment in his own legacy, which has relied heavily on executive action prone to reversal by courts or Republican legislatures. In advocating for Democrats in state houses and the US Capitol, Obama is also hoping to ensure his own achievements are furthered -- or at least aren't scrapped -- when he's no longer in office.

A Democratic US Congress could, for example, approve necessary changes to the Affordable Care Act, preventing Obama's signature legislative achievement from collapsing. If Democrats assume a majority in the Senate, the leftward evolution of the federal judiciary begun under Obama could continue, starting with the confirmation of his Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland (provided Clinton renominates him in January, which is far from a certainty). And instead of relying on Obama's set of broad environmental regulations established through executive action, a Democratic body could write actual laws combating climate change.

In his rally Sunday, Obama declared a loss in November fatal to his presidential record.
"For all the progress we've made, if we don't work as hard as we can in these next 16 days all that progress could be out the window," he said.

GOP Lawmaker’s Wife Wants Him Out of Her Face in Viral Ad

From: Towleroad
The wife of Gerald Daugherty, a GOP Texas county commissioner, stars in a new ad that’s going viral. In the ad, Daugherty’s wife Charlyn begs voters to re-elect him because he is driving her nuts.

Do you blame her?

Michael Moore to Candace Cameron Bure: ‘If You Are Against Gay Marriage, Don’t Get Gay Married’

From: Towleroad
Michael Moore went on The View on Monday to talk about his new movie, Michael Moore in Trumpland.

Moore explained that his film is less about Trump–what else can be said of the Republican nominee, he wondered–and more about why he is excited to vote for Hillary Clinton.

As RawStory notes, Moore said Clinton could have gutted Trump in the debates ever more than she did but didn’t because of her Christian faith.

“I think that’s because, honestly, when she says she’s a Christian, I think she means it and I think she lives it,” Moore conjectured.

He continued, “The people who talk about it, ‘I’m a Christian,’ you know, oftentimes aren’t. The idea of being a Christian is to just behave that way.”

Co-host Candace Cameron Bure interjected, “Not all of us!”

Bure said of Clinton, “I wish she played up her Christian — I don’t want to say played the Christian card — but I wish she played up her faith. But I understand why she doesn’t.”

Moore praised Clinton for not bragging about her faith: “She doesn’t talk about it, she lives it. She acts it.”

However, Bure wasn’t in agreement: “With some of her positions, I don’t believe she lives it. For those people that really look to the Bible, it[understanding her positions is very difficult.”

Bure was seemingly hinting at Clinton’s stance on so-called social issues such as abortion and gay rights.

Said Moore in reply, “What I would say to the people who are against abortion is, if you are against it, don’t have one. If you are against gay marriage, don’t get gay married. You won’t like it. It’s not for you. But live and let live.”

Watch, below.

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