Wednesday, 3 December 2008

The Last Frontier

Gus Van Sant's "Milk" isn't just a mainstream-minded Oscar candidate; it's also a rallying cry.

With Sean Penn starring as Harvey Milk, the openly gay San Francisco supervisor who was gunned down along with Mayor George Moscone in 1978, the movie (which opens Wednesday) makes its message clear: Gay people must be "out" to be counted.

This theme is particularly timely given California's passage of anti-gay-marriage Proposition 8 this month, but there's also a certain irony:

Here's a broadly targeted movie with marquee actors (James Franco, Josh Brolin and Emile Hirsch co-star), yet not only is none of the featured players openly gay, but there isn't one openly gay leading man in all of Hollywood. Even as gay people have become far more prominent and comfortable in culture and everyday life in the 30 years since Milk's death, not a single current A-list movie actor is "out."

Could it be that big movie stars simply don't swing that way? That lead actors defy all percentages and likelihood to remain a strictly heterosexual crowd?

Or is the more logical explanation that while Hollywood preaches openness, it is fearful to practice it?

"It's the last frontier, and it will remain the last frontier for quite some time," said Bruce Bibby, who as Ted Casablanca writes the popular gossip column "The Awful Truth" for E! Online. "Some of our biggest moneymakers right now are absolute boy-on-boy kind of boys. It's America's dirty little secret. If they only knew."

Gus Van Sant's Milk
We won't play the who-is-and-who-isn't game here.

But it's worth noting that at a time when everyone seems to know everything about everyone, and careers move on in spite of arrests, sex tapes, addiction-rehab cycles, affairs and babies out of wedlock, public acknowledgment of homosexuality remains a formidable taboo among top movie talent.

The most cited reason is money.

Van Sant, who is openly gay, laughingly called this an issue of "merchandising," noting that over the last decade leading men have become "industries within themselves. They're almost like industrial conglomerates."

"Hollywood does not like anything that's going to threaten its bottom line," said Michael Jensen, editor of afterelton.com, a Web site devoted to gay and bisexual men in entertainment. "The idea of a gay leading man in a movie that's going to have a budget around $100 million—getting a studio to be the first one to take that chance is a challenging thing to do."

As for the actors, Jensen continued, "there are already so many reasons for a casting director to turn a person down, and being an openly gay actor trying to get a romantic lead role, you're just giving them another reason."

The absence of gay lead actors—and, yes, we are talking primarily of men—stands in stark contrast to the progress activists say has been made in other areas.

"The images in the media 30 years ago and the images today are vastly, vastly different," said Neil Giuliano, president of the Gay & Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD). "You had 'Three's Company,' an over-the-top caricature of a gay man, and the other characters ridiculed him. Today a show like that would not be aired. We have 'Brothers & Sisters,' we have 'Desperate Housewives,' 'Ugly Betty.' Those are real portrayals."

A gay character on a TV show is no longer news, though GLAAD has tabulated that just 16 of 663 prime-time characters, or 2.6 percent, are gay. Openly gay celebrities in themselves also are no longer such an anomaly.

Singers Clay Aiken and Lance Bass have come out, as did comedian Wanda Sykes just last week. Elton John remains a huge concert draw and classic-rock fixture, and Ellen DeGeneres is welcomed into millions of American homes on her daytime talk show, just as Rosie O'Donnell was on "The View" and her own show.

"People who watch and adore Ellen DeGeneres don't care one iota that she is gay, and they've known she is for a long time," said Mark Urman, distribution president for Summit Entertainment. "That is a very mainstream audience."

Then again, DeGeneres and O'Donnell have done little acting since they opened up about their sexuality. People accept them for themselves, but it's unclear whether they'd accept them as anyone else.

This leads to a dynamic in which heterosexual actors such as Penn or Tom Hanks (in "Philadelphia") have no problems being believed as gay men—or murderers or mentally challenged characters—yet there's much doubt that an openly gay actor could be convincing carrying a romance with the opposite sex.

“I don’t know why that is,” Urman said. “We know for a fact they’re acting.”

There also may be different standards for women and men. Although Jodie Foster does not discuss her personal life, while accepting an award late last year she thanked "my beautiful Cydney" in reference to the woman widely acknowledged to be her partner. Cynthia Nixon's revelation that she is a lesbian had no effect on her participation in this year's smash "Sex and the City" movie, and if anything, Lindsay Lohan has received more sympathetic press since she began dating DJ Samantha Ronson (and stopped acting so erratically).

Back on the male side, Ian McKellen is probably the most prominent "out" movie actor, having co-starred in the lucrative "Lord of the Rings" and "X-Men" franchises. But at 69, McKellen is well beyond the typical leading-man age, and he's British, which comes with a different set of cultural associations. The dashing Rupert Everett also is British, and his career never took off after he opened up about his sexuality, though making the Madonna bomb “The Next Best Thing” didn’t help.

The greatest male success story may be TV's Neil Patrick Harris, who is openly gay yet plays an enjoyably obnoxious straight man on "How I Met Your Mother." T.R. Knight also continues to fare well on "Grey's Anatomy" despite having essentially been outed by reports of former co-star Isaiah Washington's directing an anti-gay slur at him on set.

But neither star is being asked to sell millions of multiplex tickets. Nor are those actors who have come out well after the peaks of their careers, such as Richard Chamberlain. Rock Hudson acknowledged his homosexuality only after he was terminally ill with AIDS in 1985.

Bibby has written a number of much-speculated-about blind items about a closeted actor dubbed Toothy Tile, who he reported was close to going public with his sexuality until his agents and publicists persuaded him not to—a situation far from unique.

"Toothy Tile is a big star, but Toothy Tile wants to remain a big star, and that's the problem," said Bibby, who is gay himself. "Hollywood is a very creative community, and the creative arts have always been totally homo filled. But it's first and foremost a business. We've got to sell the product out to the masses in the rest of the country where it's not so gay filled."

The question is whether the industry's and actors' fears are justified or whether a megastar's coming out might not be such a big deal after all.

Giuliano hopes his own experience could serve as an example. He'd been the mayor of Tempe, Ariz., for two years when he came out, and he was re-elected four times to serve eight more years.

"I had a very misplaced understanding and a very misplaced fear of what life would be like if I was more authentic and more honest and more out," the GLAAD leader said.

McKellen considered coming out to be positive for his craft, saying in a 2005 interview:

"Acting in my case is no longer about disguise; it's about telling the truth, and my truth is that I'm gay. I'm very happy for people to know that, and then I can get on with telling the truth about the character that I'm playing. That's why I say to other actors: If you really want to be a good actor and a successful one, and you're gay, let everybody know about it."

Urman said that at this point, "I don't think that anything to do with anybody's sexual orientation would or could harm somebody's career."

Bibby isn't so optimistic. "My opinion is it would be painful at first because America has shown it has such a fear of gay people," he said. "It would be very rough going for an actor to find that out, and I don't blame them for not wanting to find that out. They're not politicians. They're performers. They don't want to be held accountable for America's discomfort about homosexuality."

Still, Giuliano, who has seen Van Sant’s film, hopes some Hollywood A-listers follow McKellen's and Milk’s lead.

“The message of ‘Milk’ is as important as it was 30 years ago, which is our visibility matters, and you need to be open,” the GLAAD leader said. “The changes we have seen in our society are because we are more open and the community is more visible than it ever has been.”

Source: Why are there no openly gay leading men in Hollywood?, Chicago Tribune

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Anonymous said...

I guess ted hope more people will come and read his blog. being in chicago tribune can help ! LOL

Jackie said...

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Independent Spirit Awards said...

Anne Hathaway, Michelle Williams Pass First Oscar-Season Test

Anne Hathaway, Michelle Williams and James Franco, your tickets to Oscar season have been punched. Mickey Rourke, you've been punched, too. In a good way, this time. All actors were front and center as nominations were announced today for the Independent Spirit Awards, the movie-award calendar's first major test.

Brokeback Mountain costars Hathaway and Williams are up for Best Female Lead for dressing down in the art-house hit Rachel Getting Married and the upcoming Wendy and Lucy, respectively.

Franco is a Supporting Male contender for playing Harvey Milk's longtime boyfriend in the biopic Milk. Sean Penn, who plays Milk's titular pioneering politician, scored a Best Male Lead nod, as did Rourke, the former rising star and former pugilist, for his career-resurrecting turn as a career-sputtering grappler in The Wrestler, opening Dec. 19.

Other brand-name nominees include Javier Bardem (Best Male Lead) and Penélope Cruz (Best Supporting Female), for playing two-thirds of Woody Allen's Vicky Cristina Barcelona threesome; Debra Winger, for playing Hathaway's mother in Rachel Getting Married; and Rosie Perez, for her turn in the crime drama The Take.

Notable snubs include Milk, which earned four overall nods, but none for Best Feature and Best Director (for Gus Van Sant); Darren Aronofsky, who helmed top contender The Wrestler, but didn't score a directing nomination; and Scarlett Johansson, left on the outside looking in at the Vicky Cristina Barcelona lovefest.

The Dark Knight's Heath Ledger and Iron Man's Robert Downey Jr., among others, were not snubbed—they were not eligible. The Indie Spirit Awards honor films that cost less than $20 million, roughly the light-artillery rounds budget on Hollywood's top action movies.

The Best Feature race shapes up like this: the better-known Rachel Getting Married, Wendy and Lucy and The Wrestler versus the lesser-known Ballast and Frozen River. Rachel Getting Married, Ballast and Frozen River led the nominations, with six each.

Winners are to be announced Feb. 21, the day before the 81st Annual Academy Awards. Here's the complete list of nominees for the 2008 Spirit Awards:
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http://news.yahoo.com/s/eonline/20081202/en_top_eo/71232

Anonymous said...

Brokeback Mountain costars Hathaway and Williams are up for Best Female Lead for dressing down in the art-house hit Rachel Getting Married and the upcoming Wendy and Lucy, respectively.

Well done girls!

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Anonymous said...

Page Six

OY TANNENBAUM

AS if President Bush doesn't have enough gaffes to atone for, he had to send out an apology to Jewish leaders this week. As The Post first reported, prominent Jews were aghast when invites they received to the official White House Hanukkah reception had a Christmas tree and Christmas wreaths on it. It prompted Brooklyn Jewish community leader Isaac Abraham to crack, "It's obvious . . . the Christmas tree is being taken out of the White House and the menorah is being brought in the back." New invites went out yesterday with a menorah on them and a note saying, "Please accept our apologies as the invitation you previously received had the incorrect artwork on it."

Anonymous said...

Page Six

ROURKE'S HERO

IF Mickey Rourke ends up winning an Oscar for his turn in Darren Aronofsky's upcoming drama "The Wrestler," Aronofsky should be the first person he thanks. "Every investor and financier turned down this film because of Mickey Rourke, but I wouldn't do the film without him," the director told guests including Aaron Sorkin, Jane Krakowski and designer Alvin Valley at a Soho House screening hosted by Alec Baldwin and The Week. Baldwin chimed in: "Some actors take drugs, drink, and act crazy to light a fire within them; others take drugs, drink, and act oddly to put out the fire in them. Mickey is one of those actors."

Ted said...

Dear Ted:
While I have no arguments over who can play what role artistically, I have a big problem as a gay man with Hollywood refusing to cast openly gay men in films such as Milk for leading roles. Harvey Milk was all about visibility in real life. Therefore, once my company begins filming, gay men will be playing gay roles. This was where Prop 8 failed. We counted on other people to "represent" us instead of ourselves. So simple, yet nobody, gay or straight, in Hollywood, wants to get it. By the way, you "represent" like hell, baby!
—Jeff, Panther Studios, LLC

Dear Man to Man:
But what openly gay leading men are out there and available to be cast? It's slim pickings if you're trying to make a big-budget flick. I actually have no problem with Sean Penn playing Milk, he did a bang-up job I think Milk himself would have loved. It's the rest of the cast that should have been filled to the brim with out, or at least quasi-out, men and women. Neil Patrick Harris would have been great, for starters.

Anonymous said...

Chatter: Lindsay Lohan

"just to clear this up.. because i have been getting a lot of emails asking me this one question.
samantha ronson and lindsay lohan (me) are NOT breaking up :)"

-- Lindsay Lohan setting the record ... er ... straight via her MySpace blog.

Anonymous said...

Mary Beth Maxwell, Labor Secretary?

The Wall Street Journal reports on Obama's possible pick for Labor Secretary, Mary Beth Maxwell:

For the rainbow cabinet of the nation's first African American president, Mary Beth Maxwell is the perfect labor secretary you've probably never heard of: a gay woman, community organizer and labor leader with an adopted African American son. And this founding executive director of American Rights at Work is about to get the full-court press.

Maxwell already had the strong backing of former Rep. David Bonior, who despite repeated attempts to get his name removed from consideration continues to be on the short list of potential labor secretaries. Bonior, 63 years old, says it is time for his generation to turn over power to a new generation, and Maxwell, whose labor-backed organization pushes for expanded collective bargaining rights, is his pick.

As Marc Ambinder notes, "Maxwell, who'd be the first openly gay cabinet secretary, is being vetted for the job, along with Jennifer Granholm of Michigan and Kathleen Sebelius of Kansas."

Huffington Post

Anonymous said...

People has a story about the best and worst boyfriends of 2008. Jake's photo is on the cover.

Anonymous said...

who care !

Anonymous said...

Who else is on the cover?

e said...

Jake is one of the worst "boyfriends"? Oh no! lol

Anonymous said...

kevin and brit!!lol

Anonymous said...

"Jake is one of the worst "boyfriends"? Oh no! lol"

If only ! lol
I bet it's again " jake is perfect for reesy , bla bla bla .... she is happy bla bla bla , perfect stepdad for kids bla bla..."

tiring, what else?

Anonymous said...

Michael K has the People cover on Dlisted:

Link

Anonymous said...

kevin and brit!

You are right: "KFed Breaks His Silence And Puts Us To Sleep"

Anonymous said...

please people mag is full of crap!

Anonymous said...

Of course People is full of crap. It's known to be nothing more than a PR mouthpiece.

Anonymous said...

What do you expect from Hollywood PR Weekly?

Anonymous said...

I'm sure the People blub is another article making Jake look like Reese's pussy whipped pet. Seems like Reese and her PR love to do this every chance they get. They always try to have Reese look like the most wonderful, caring and devoted mother who was horribly dumped by her ex and has now found true love with Jake who worships the ground she walks on. Jake deserves all the misery he gets because he is a willing participant and allows this to go on. I have lost all respect for him.

Anonymous said...

Wise-cracking, narcissistic, childish, pretentious, dishonest, obsessive -

Id do the boy in a New York minute, but "date" him? No fucking way!

Anonymous said...

"Of course People is full of crap. It's known to be nothing more than a PR mouthpiece."

I am afraid all gossip mags and gossip site on net who rule for reeke ( the majority then) are nothing more than PR mouthpiece !

Fortunately we have Ted and...Ted!lol

Anonymous said...

Don't be silly, 10:12. The rags are all PR-driven or just out to make a buck. Their stories have nothing to do with reality.

Anonymous said...

10:12 AM

We have our heads and do our best to use them.

Anonymous said...

"Wise-cracking, narcissistic, childish, pretentious, dishonest, obsessive - "

whow , I didn't know you meet him , when? where? tell us more

Anonymous said...

I lost respect for Jake a long time ago. Even if I thought he was straight or bi and with Reese I would have no respect for him. His whole role as part of Reeke is to be a pussy-whipped wimp without a backbone of his own. There's nothing admirable or sexy about him at all. He's fallen off or way down on every list of hot, sexy bachelors and the paps don't even seem to care about him anymore unless he's with Reese. I'm embarassed for him at this point.

Anonymous said...

"We have our heads and do our best to use them."

i's good

Anonymous said...

ITA, 10:18. Jake comes off as a little boy or puppy tagging along after Reese. Maybe she really is his mommy substitute.

Anonymous said...

We can rest assured that once Jake is back in LA he will go back to his pre-filming routine. Go to breakfast in Santa Monica with Reese and have the pap photo op with them walking with their coffee cups-they will either walk straight to the car or go shopping and the leave. The days they don't do breakfast out, they will go jogging together for the pap photo op that day. Then we may also get the mid afternoon coffee/shopping pap photo op or the exercise class/coffee run pap photo op. Then on one weekend night we will have the out to dinner pap photo op. All of this so we can listen to Reese go on about how she dislikes the paps and she won't live her life looking to see if paps are hiding somewhere.

Anonymous said...

Naomi is fine, Jake doesn't need a substitute.

Anonymous said...

"I lost respect for Jake a long time ago. Even if I thought he was straight or bi and with Reese I would have no respect for him. His whole role as part of Reeke is to be a pussy-whipped wimp without a backbone of his own. There's nothing admirable or sexy about him at all. He's fallen off or way down on every list of hot, sexy bachelors and the paps don't even seem to care about him anymore unless he's with Reese. I'm embarassed for him at this point."

rather agree except the fact i am in the "he is bi" team
not really disturbed to see him with a girl but reese i can't. Yes he seems under her authority like a little boy, quite boring.
I don't know someone of same age would be so much better.

Anonymous said...

Wise-cracking, narcissistic, childish, pretentious, dishonest, obsessive - "

True. He also seems to be loving, warm, earnest, joyful, and decent. It will be interesting to see how he develops artistically, emotionally, politically, etc., after being fed through the Hell-ay-woodchopper.

Anonymous said...

"Maybe she really is his mommy substitute."

But it's what i said from the start
this guy wants a mommy.

Anonymous said...

I haven't seen any sign of the loving, warm, joyful and decent Jake for ages. The earnestness never goes away much to the detriment of his acting ability.

Anonymous said...

But it's what i said from the start this guy wants a mommy.

Based on what? Jake being close to his mother?

Anonymous said...

Yes, l1;35, in fact the "earnestness" is a liability in several respects.

Anonymous said...

Yeah he's GOT a mommy; wants a daddy? That's always been my theory.

Anonymous said...

"I haven't seen any sign of the loving, warm, joyful and decent Jake for ages."

me neither but for my defence i admit not living with him 24/24!

Anonymous said...

Jake is definitely a momma's boy. He has that same childish demeanor whenever he's with Naomi. He always appears more as an equal when he's with his dad.

Anonymous said...

10:49, I'm talking about his public persona. I'm sure he's quite different in private especially when he's living his real life and hot his pretend life with Reese. In front of the cameras he's now just a boring shadow in her royal presence.

Anonymous said...

"But it's what i said from the start this guy wants a mommy.

Based on what? Jake being close to his mother?"

he 's a man-child.

Anonymous said...

"I'm sure he's quite different in private especially when he's living his real life"

if you like..even if I not sure to believe in his supposed "real life"

Anonymous said...

he 's a man-child

That isn't a bad thing.

Anonymous said...

if you like..even if I not sure to believe in his supposed "real life"

Paparazzi pictures and tabloid bullshit are not about Jake's real life / private private life.

Anonymous said...

Donny Osmond on gay marriage:

"There are many gay individuals that are members of our church. I know many of them. In fact, some of my best friends are gay. You ask how I react regarding their marriages. Well, I do support our Church leaders who say that we can accept those with gay tendencies in our church as long as they do not act upon their temptations. Everyone has tendencies to succumb to temptation, but we all have the same standard given to us by our Father in Heaven. Whether we may be tempted to be immoral with members of our own sex or of the opposite sex, we are expected to live chaste lives." [Joe. My. God., Donny.com]

Anonymous said...

"In front of the cameras he's now just a boring shadow in her royal presence."

I liked him in the recent POP interview! quite charming and funny IMO!

Anonymous said...

"he 's a man-child

That isn't a bad thing"

Not at all , this ambiguity is even more exciting and disconcerting

Anonymous said...

It will be interesting to see how he develops artistically, emotionally, politically, etc., after being fed through the Hell-ay-woodchopper.

Yeah, I worry about that. And not just for his sake.

Hell-Ay is not only telling him that he is less than a full human being because he is gay.

Hell-Ay is also using him to send the same message to all of us. I don't like it.

Anonymous said...

9:08, you forgot to mention he's "supportive". :)

10:29 - that must be what Ted means with his "death by boredom" comment, or whatever he said. Oh man. :(

Anonymous said...

I still laugh when I think about the only thing Reese could say about her gorgeous new boyfriend, the one who has made her forget all about Ryan, was that he is supportive. The overwhelming love and passion displayed by these two almost makes me feel like a voyeur.

Anonymous said...

"Hell-Ay is not only telling him that he is less than a full human being because he is gay.

Hell-Ay is also using him to send the same message to all of us. I don't like it."

I dont like it either. Dumbing a person down to a caricature of a male, a Disney figure that is, as you say, less than human.

I feel it as a personal insult, the same as when Sarah Palin was nominated as VP.

Anonymous said...

Well, he'd hardly be the first one in HW, and won't be the last. Becoming a character, or bringing one to life, I don't consider dumbing down, nor take it personally. That's acting; for a male actor, the telling of a story whoever that character happens to be - male characters run the gamut of all types of masculinity, there's not just one type, traditional or not traditional. But it does exist, and it shouldn't be thought of as threatening. I don't feel the entire world revolves around me, to take insult at it where none exists. What is going on in his personal life is a different matter, I don't know if one relates to the other. We could think of it as something to embrace, a maybe NCS actor taking on a mainstream role.

Anonymous said...

"We can rest assured that once Jake is back in LA he will go back to his pre-filming routine."

Exactly. Time to pull out the old check list...

Anonymous said...

12:46, I wasnt referring to his PoP role, which sounds like fun.

I was referring only to the fanmag presentations of Reeke. A cartoony presentation of life, love and the pursuit of "happiness"

As Jack Twist would say: 'you call that a life?'

12:46 said...

^^Oh, then on that we agree. It's awful, wake me when it's over. :)

And, the character of Jack Twist is, to me, in the film anyway, the epitome of masculinity - strong, brave, gorgeous! One of my favorite movie men ever. :)

Anonymous said...

As someone who is gay, I totally agree about feeeling personally insulted by what is going on with HW and Jake. I feel like Jake has spent the past year or so crapping all over the gay fans that helped make him a star in the first place.

Anonymous said...

"I feel like Jake has spent the past year or so crapping all over the gay fans that helped make him a star in the first place."

ok it's "the lead toothy site" and jake is supposed gay here

but please from the start all that is just speculation and fun , why some of you take that so seriously????

Anonymous said...

Because for some people, being gay is no laughing matter, nor something to have fun with. :(

If he really isn't gay or bi, I kinda resent being teasted with it; and if he is, I don't have a problem with being ready to come out, that's up to the individual - but I do have a problem with bearding. :(

Anonymous said...

^^not being ready to come out

Anonymous said...

At least it's more easy to think he is bi , i feel half-insulted lol

Anonymous said...

ITA 1:59, 2:26 and 2:37 (and others). Thanks for putting those feelings into words.

Anonymous said...

"but please from the start all that is just speculation and fun, why some of you take that so seriously????"

This site takes GLBT issues very seriously. Or havent you noticed?

Anonymous said...

The thing that makes me think he is gay rather than bi is, well, every single photo we've ever seen of Reeke.

Anonymous said...

I really wish him well, and I do appreciate what he has done.

But the bearding reveals that things are so much worse than I thought they were.

Anonymous said...

"This site takes GLBT issues very seriously. Or havent you noticed?"

Change the disclamer then

Anonymous said...

There is a serious social/ethical view that was clearly expressed as reason for this blog on WFT1 - not just about Jake, but all for whom we were waiting to come out with affirmation. I assume this view still holds.

Performers, atheletes, etc., have opportunity to be role models for society. When they disappoint, they disappoint big time.

Anonymous said...

Change the disclamer then

This disclaimer?

"This blog is for entertainment purposes only. Images used here within this blog belong to their respective copyright owners and no infrigement of copyright is ever intended."

Anonymous said...

""This site takes GLBT issues very seriously. Or havent you noticed?"

Change the disclamer then"

Required legaleese, I assume.

Why are you such a sourpuss if you just want to have fun?

Anonymous said...

"The thing that makes me think he is gay rather than bi is, well, every single photo we've ever seen of Reeke."


on Reese i agree but when i see old cute pics with kirsten , i see he can be affectionate and loving with a girl like he seems to be with austin!


The problem with reese is i don't see two lovers but a mum with his boy!
maybe reese wanted a third child after all lol

Huh. I did not know that. said...

Joanne Woodward was briefly engaged to author Gore Vidal prior to marrying Paul Newman.

Anonymous said...

So when he said his godfathers were gay ... ?

Anonymous said...

"The problem with reese is i don't see two lovers but a mum with his boy!
maybe reese wanted a third child after all lol"

Jake is pretty childish. Altho R said Vince was the biggest baby she ever met.

I think Reese is very childish herself and identifies with her children and childish people, is not too comfortable with "grown ups" as was pretty obvious in her interview with D Letterman.

Jakey the Kid is charming cause he also puts forth confidence, itelligent and wit -

O by the way, I felt he sometimes seemed very needy in pictures with KiKi -

Anonymous said...

"Why are you such a sourpuss if you just want to have fun?"

not sourpuss , only nostalgic!

Nosy Parker said...

Joanne Woodward was briefly engaged to author Gore Vidal prior to marrying Paul Newman

Hm, I would love to know why she was engaged to a gay man.

Anonymous said...

"O by the way, I felt he sometimes seemed very needy in pictures with KiKi -"

kiki isn't really affectionate i think and a bit disturbed.

Anonymous said...

Change the disclamer then

A disclaimer is a defensive measure, used generally with the purpose of protection from unwanted claims or liability - Copyright Liability in this case.

Blog disclaimer has nothing to do with discussing serious subjects :)

Anonymous said...

Posted on OMG

OT - Mark Ruffallo's brother was shot in the head and barely hanging to life. Its in TMZ. I'm too lazy to link it sirry. MR was Jake's costar in Zodiac.

Anonymous said...

"Mark Ruffalo's brother is clinging to life right now after he was shot in the head in Beverly Hills Monday.

Police sources tell TMZ Scott Ruffalo was the victim of a "suspicious shooting" that took place in his own Beverly Hills apartment. We're also told cops are trying to determine if anything criminal went down -- meaning they haven't ruled out an accidental shooting or a suicide attempt."

http://www.tmz.com/2008/12/03/mark-ruffalos-brother-shot/

Anonymous said...

Terrible news :(

Anonymous said...

yeah! 2008 sucks really

Jake said...

You can say that again.

Old Hollywood said...

Joanne Woodward was briefly engaged to author Gore Vidal prior to marrying Paul Newman.

From DL - old closeted Hollywood, Richard Chamberlain talks about his kind of girl:

Richard Chamberlain - You're my gal if...

Old Hollywood said...

Article from 1964 (Richard Chamberlain was 30): "Date other girls he does. Of late he has been seen with JANE FONDA and when they are together they seem to have eyes only for each other."

Richard Chamberlain - Girls, girls, girls

Anonymous said...

Richard Chamberlain talks about his kind of girl

You'll Know You Rate With Dick

... if you the girl who fits his descriptions.

Anonymous said...

^^ you're

Anonymous said...

So very sorry to hear about MR's brother!

Best wishes to brother, MR, family, and friends....

Anonymous said...

Dick Chamberlain was beautiful, too beautiful to be straight :)

A bachelor's private life

Anonymous said...

Yes he is beautiful. His story is so sad, not for himself, but for the apparent audience that H'wood thinks be fed these stupid stories.

Y'know I subscribe sometimes to a theory that homophobia is not about same sex phobia, but just about sex, period. hey, people really like to fuck, and not only to make babies. some people cant stand this. cf: Kinsey's father, in the "Kinsey" film. there's alot of living dead in them thar hills.

Chamberlain is very hot.

Anonymous said...

""Why are you such a sourpuss if you just want to have fun?"

not sourpuss , only nostalgic!"

Yeah. Join the club.

Anonymous said...

Of late he has been seen with JANE FONDA and when they are together they seem to have eyes only for each other.

Fonda was one of Chamberlain's beards?

Anonymous said...

It's all anti-reality, but very helpful to see to see this historic b.s. and realize that it's still happening. who are these people that make up this stuff, anyway? vampires? aliens? people that have been sexually abused by their parents? swamp critters? republicans? WHO ARE THEY ANYWAY?

Anonymous said...

^ ^ ^
and have they no shame?

Anonymous said...

It's all anti-reality, but very helpful to see to see this historic b.s. and realize that it's still happening.

Article from 1964 = 44 years ago. Some things didn't change.

Anonymous said...

it's very sucking fucking sad, eh? but change is in the air, except when it's not. but I thnk MILK is gonna make more waves than my darling and beloved BBMt which opened a door - thanks Ang and others - we'll get there. . . .

Anonymous said...

who are these people that make up this stuff, anyway? vampires? aliens? people that have been sexually abused by their parents? swamp critters? republicans? WHO ARE THEY ANYWAY?

LOL exactly. The movie industry is the gayest of all gay places. Gayer than football, gayer than the Republican Party, gayer than even the Catholic Church itself.

And yet the industry will not allow out gays to act.

Anonymous said...

Outing "the industry" - o my god what would the ancient Romans think!

Jews and fairies, all of them!

Anonymous said...

And we love 'em! Just wish they'd lighten up on The Gays.

Anonymous said...

Jake is my favorite homo Jew I count on you, bud! pu-leeeze! make my life worth living.

of course Barack Obama has already made my life worth living but it would be very nice to have my darlin' prince Jakey enter in.

Danny DeVito said...

o fuck - prince Jakey when will you return?

I long, I linger, I love, I lanquish, I wanna be YOURS! ! !

Anonymous said...

hey, d'you think Jake reads this blog?

Jake said...

Of course I do.

Anonymous said...

Jake reads only political blogs.

Anonymous said...

Well you guys get pretty political from time to time.

Anonymous said...

Getting political just for Jake.

Causecast, the group that created this pre-election video based on Harvey Milk's "hope" quote, has produced another video in association with the film, this one placing Milk's story in the context of larger civil rights struggles.

Spreading Milk's Message video

Anonymous said...

The HW script really hasn't changed much, has it. :(

Anonymous said...

No, it didn't change for gay actors.

Anonymous said...

This site takes GLBT issues very seriously.

We can have both!

"Prop 8 - The Musical": Jack Black, John C. Reilly And More In Funny Or Die Skit (VIDEO)

The hilarious people at "Funny of Die" have put out a new video, "Prop 8 - The Musical." The star-studded participants include Jack Black, Neil Patrick Harris, Margaret Cho, John C. Reilly, Maya Rudolph and many more familiar faces.

Prop 8 - The Musical

Anonymous said...

Hey, man,Jake bared his butt for GLBT recognition.

I dont know why he did it, I think out of common decency - but I really and I think will always love him for this.

Anonymous said...

I really appreciate that too. :)

Anonymous said...

right ach der himmel, whatever, Jakey hell ay awaits yr return.

god bless, dear one keep yr powder dry slip a the lips destoys a ship read emily dickenson - read moby fuckin' dick - O how I would love to be your mentor - I would "do you" nigh and day

sincerely

a fan

Anonymous said...

As someone who is gay, I totally agree about feeeling personally insulted by what is going on with HW and Jake. I feel like Jake has spent the past year or so crapping all over the gay fans that helped make him a star in the first place.

^^ Hold up, wasn't Heath Ledger in BBM also? Did he not create alot of fan buzz and NEW GAY fans because of that movie? Why is Jake being blamed for not bowing down to what some of his fans, and I mean some, want him to do? I'm sure James Franco and Sean Penn will have "More" gay fans after the movie Milk. I believe Jake is gay or bi and I don't believe he owes me ANYTHING. I'm Gay also.

Anonymous said...

Yes well Heath, bless him, was "so called" and self identified as "staight.:

Jake was never clearly such a one, he kept tittilating the gay community and also assuring the BBMt fans - "Youre the best man I ever had, Im not leavin'"

Excusez-moi, sweetie! Who's yr daddy, anyway?

The fucker owes me.

Anonymous said...

Yes well Heath, bless him, was "so called" and self identified as "staight.:

Jake was never clearly such a one, he kept tittilating the gay community and also assuring the BBMt fans - "Youre the best man I ever had, Im not leavin'"

^^ SO WHAT! ^^ Please get a grip.

Anonymous said...

"Get a grip" on what?

Anonymous said...

has anyone figured out when it was tht Jake got a nose job? a marked diffrence in his appearance

Anonymous said...

re People Article :
Now you see why there weren't any staged, mendacious, photo-pix of Reeke shopping in London. They planted their lies in People Magazine instead. Pictures are always preferable for the Hello/US Weekly/People/TMZ set, but if you can't manufacture pictures, words will do in a pinch.

Anonymous said...

"^^ SO WHAT! ^^ Please get a grip."

Haha get a grip on a slippery trick like JBG I dont think so.

ted said...

"Morning Piss: Reese, the New Angie!

As is if we needed another conniving, manipulative, rather good-looking gal operator in town, but mercy above, do we ever have one! Freshly graduated from the Angelina Jolie School of Shark-Swimming Without Scratches is...ta-da, Reese Witherspoon!

Watch her rewrite marital history! Watch her bed the most unbeddable bachelors in town! Oh, and if these magazine confessionals where Ms. W says the fact that she's "too trusting" is her greatest flaw isn't enough, now we've got all of America buying this nonsense, as Four Christmases' massive success is proof.

But look, this is a double-edged Pisser for me, really, as I happen to adore Ms. W, and not just because she likes to call me "Mr. Casablanca." So does Bill O'Reilly. Those good manners often reveal steely and dangerous aplomb deep down below, surely as it does with no one better than the Tennessee-raised barracuda herself.

R.W. beams while her myriad representatives take care of the dirty work in town, trust me on this score. I'm almost starting to admire Angelina, by comparison. At least she scowls on the outside when she's feeling it on the inside, something ladylike Witherspoon would do about as fast as she'd invite Abbie Cornish for tea."

The Awful Truth

ted said...

Dear Ted:
I don't live in L.A., so I just stumbled on this Toothy Tile thing today. Way too much fun. Based on your clues, and the timing of this actor allegedly wanting to come out around the same time Milk is being released, I'm guessing it's Emile Hirsch. Not sure if you'll confirm or deny w/o a D.T.-type garage meeting. Keep up the good work and take care.
—Neil

Dear Welcomed Newcomer:
Very good guess for your first time, but E isn't our beloved Tile. Think better-looking, slightly less employed.


Dear Ted:
Why is it such a big deal that Angelina Jolie knows her way around press manipulation? Don't they all in Hollywood? Or at least they try. I just think Angie is the best at the game. Jen tries, she's selling "girl next door." Stephen Huvane, write down some pointers. Tom tries, he's selling Suri. Toothy tries, he's selling straight. Hollywood is really quite transparent. Not as many smoke and mirrors as most would like.
—Callitasiseeit

Dear Best In Show:
Because A outdoes all of them combined.

Anonymous said...

"But look, this is a double-edged Pisser for me, really, as I happen to adore Ms. W, and not just because she likes to call me "Mr. Casablanca." So does Bill O'Reilly. Those good manners often reveal steely and dangerous aplomb deep down below, surely as it does with no one better than the Tennessee-raised barracuda herself."


Lol I am sure ted and reesy know each others very well.

Besides I guess wedding rumours are true otherwise no need to be so pissed off dear Ted.

Anonymous said...

"Jake was never clearly such a one, he kept tittilating the gay community and also assuring the BBMt fans - "Youre the best man I ever had, Im not leavin'""

Euhhh but think of it , he did everything possible to please the gay community til playing the ambiguity card!

Fun and fantasm ( lol) apart , i don't know who he is ,i hope he is at least bi ( i feel it) but i never take his acts or words as a will to come out or anything you want. It was clearly a game and like it or not toothy story takes part in this game.

Anonymous said...

Besides I guess wedding rumours are true ...

LOL

Anonymous said...

Teddy ,like tooth, you re boring

Tell us more about baby T please????

Anonymous said...

Write him a Dear Ted letter :)

rags said...

Posted on OMG

According to People Jake gets 4 stars on the best boyfriend scale because he will do ANYTHING for Reese.

According to Star he has proposed three times!

"Reese Witherspoon really means it when she says she's not ready to marry again. Star has learned that Ryan Phillippe's ex-wife turned down three proposals from her boyfriend, Jake Gyllenhaal. The 27-year-old New Yorker first popped the question — with a diamond ring, even — on March 22, Reese's 32nd birthday. He tried again in July and mid-October when she visited him in London, where he's been filming Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time. The next time, Reese will have to do the asking, says a source. "Jake feels he's found the love of his life, and he can't understand why Reese won't take that step with him."

Anonymous said...

It was clearly a game and like it or not toothy story takes part in this game.

No it wasn't part of the game.
Toothy started months before anybody had seen BBM while Jake was filming Jarhead.

more rags said...

Posted on OMG

According to Star, Jake has proposed three times, last time in mid-October and Reese doesn't want to get married. But according to the National Enquirer, after Jake's mother filed for divorce from his father, Jake was so upset he flew from London to LA for a long weekend to break the news to Reese that their wedding plans were off...permanently. Then according to that article, Reese was upset and her "sources" say that she won't wait forever for Jake.

Anonymous said...

"No it wasn't part of the game.
Toothy started months before anybody had seen BBM while Jake was filming Jarhead."

yes to prepare BBM release, good pub for jake!

Ted did same with J Ffranco no?

Anonymous said...

"Write him a Dear Ted letter "

I pretty sure he won't answer

Anonymous said...

yes to prepare BBM release, good pub for jake!

How can blind items be the publicity for anyone?
I'm Jake's fan since 2005, but I didn't pay any attention to TT till November 2006.

Anonymous said...

National enquirer is full of crap
remember october 2007 when it turn Ted story in complete ridiculous denial.

Anonymous said...

All rags are full of crap.

Scottish Joke said...

I pretty sure he won't answer

Jock finds himself in dire trouble. His business has gone bust and he's in serious financial problems. He's so desperate that he decides to ask God for help. "God, please help me. Ah've lost ma wee store and if Ah dinna get some money, Ah'm going to lose my hoose too. Please let me win the lottery!" Lottery night! Someone else wins... Jock prays again. "God, please let me win the lottery! Ah've lost my wee store, ma hoose and Ah'm going to lose ma car as weel!" Lottery night again! Still no luck... Jock prays again. "Ah've lost ma business, ma hoose and ma car. Ma bairns are starving. Ah dinna often ask Ye for help and Ah have always been a good servant to Ye. PLEASE just let me win the lottery this one time so Ah can get back on ma feet!"

Suddenly there is a blinding flash as the heavens open and the voice of God Himself thunders: "Jock at least meet Me half way and buy a ticket!"

Anonymous said...

"How can blind items be the publicity for anyone?"


A lot of people are interested in jake only cause this story

Anonymous said...

"Suddenly there is a blinding flash as the heavens open and the voice of God Himself thunders: "Jock at least meet Me half way and buy a ticket!"

LOL thanks for this li'le tale

Anonymous said...

A lot of people are interested in jake only cause this story

Yes, but "a lot of people" got interested AFTER Brokeback Mountain. Jake didn't have too many fans before BBMt.

Anonymous said...

Exactly 5.32!

Anonymous said...

yes to prepare BBM release, good pub for jake!

Nonsense. Some poster says this every couple of months and it wasn't true then, and it's not true now.
Next line from this poster is to say that Jake is in cahoots with Ted all along. Rubbish.

Anonymous said...

Nice of Austin to play along with Jake's master plan of pretending to be in the closet for good PR for a yet to be realeased movie.
Austin is so good at this he arranged to sow the seeds of the rumors years before while filming TDAT. Now that's a good friend:
Jake and Austin on TDAT long before Toothy

Anonymous said...

"Next line from this poster is to say that Jake is in cahoots with Ted all along. Rubbish."

Yeah maybe exagerated but some aren't into "Ted the brave and independant columnist"

"Nice of Austin to play along with Jake's master plan of pretending to be in the closet for good PR for a yet to be realeased movie.
Austin is so good at this he arranged to sow the seeds of the rumors years before while filming TDAT. Now that's a good friend"

Funny how you jump on this fantasist theory cause here we are all master in the matter lol

nobody contest the "passion" between austin and jake , and during 3 years PR didn't contest it either lol( at least not aggressively)
It's just all that stuff look so predictible.

Anonymous said...

"It's just all that stuff look so predictible."
Please .....so romantic

Anonymous said...

Toothy started because somebody finally noticed that Jake was sleeping with Austin. They were busted. Simple as.

Anonymous said...

What about Jake's boyfriend(s) before Austin/TDAT? Were there any details?

Anonymous said...

Revolutionary Road

"Initially, I was very worried it would be difficult to concentrate [on the sex]. But Leo was fine with it, which relaxed me. And I never sensed Sam feeling awkward. Quite the opposite. He'd yell from the other room: 'Press your hand into her back more! And when you take her face, really grab it!' Maybe if it had been anyone else but Leo, it would have been weird. But we're not really like grownups. We're like two little boys."
— Kate Winslet, on shooting Revolutionary Road, directed by her husband, Sam Mendes, and co-starring Leonardo DiCaprio. [Rush & Molloy]

Anonymous said...

Ah've lost ma wee store

ye've hit mah funny bone hah leffin eot leod.

Anonymous said...

Jake and Austin on TDAT long before Toothy

Awww!

Anonymous said...

Richard Chamberlain talks about his kind of girl

From DL:

He was a HUGE TV star in the early 60s because of Dr. Kildare, bigger than George Clooney during his ER days. I can remember scores of teenage girls wearing Kildare white intern smocks to school in worship of him. His rival for their affection was (the far hotter IMHO) Vince Edwards who played surly and hirsute Ben Casey, the other big TV medic.

When Dick, as he was often unironically called then, was finally done with Kildare he focused on non-commercial theater projects and British films, including most famously playing the tortured gay Tchaikovsky in Ken Russell's The Music Lovers with Glenda Jackson and Julie Christie's lover in Petulia.

While he didn't officially come out until he wrote his autobiography just a few years ago, I don't think he exactly hid his sexuality either, perhaps giving an interview about it on European TV(?). His long time partner Martin Rabbett was often a "coproducer" on many of his theater and TV projects like Shogun and The Thorn Birds.

Anonymous said...

Chatter: Dustin Lance Black on Milk

"I heard his story at a time when I needed to hear it as a teenager, and now it's not out there anymore. I asked my friends, 'Do you know who Harvey Milk is?' and they're like, 'I dunno, some dairy salesman or something?' -- they have no idea. It's important that [the story] be out there, and that his message be out there. I think that's pretty clear after the past couple of weeks."

-- Dustin Lance Black on being inspired to write the screenplay for Milk.

Milk said...

Gus Van Sant: Happy Milk Came Out AFTER Prop 8

"A new step" in gay cinema is how director Gus Van Sant described his Harvey Milk biopic last night at a Q&A following a screening at the the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Queerty attended, if only to see if Van Sant was as charmingly handsome as he seemed in his Entourage cameo. (Answer: He most certainly is.) Fielding a handful of questions after Milk's credits rolled, Van Sant was lauded by the audience. A 25-year-old blonde New York transplant, who says he is still harassed daily, even in New York, and saw new hope in the film, gave the director a tearful "thank you." An executive from the Hetrick-Martin Institute, home to New York's gay-friendly Harvey Milk High School, attended with some of his students, and commended Van Sant for perfectly capturing Milk's "legacy." And of course, somebody asked the director how he felt the film could have impacted Proposition 8, if only it came out before the election. And that's where he surprised us:

Focus Features and Van Sant could've rushed the film out before California's Proposition 8 vote, the director said, but they didn't even hear about the measure until July, and at that point it wasn't polling well and didn't have much support, so there wasn't reason to think the movie would need to impact the outcome. (He also didn't want to put Milk out before Prop. 8 in case the movie sucked and would've helped pass Prop. 8, he joked.)

But now that the vote is over, Prop. 8 passed, and Milk came out a month later, how does Van Sant feel?

Actually, he said, he's happy about Milk's post-election timing, because seeing the film will make people "wise up" to gay civil rights, which will do more than passing "just one proposition."

Not sure we entirely agree with that sentiment, but that's just poetic license.

Queerty

Anonymous said...

Actually, he said, he's happy about Milk's post-election timing, because seeing the film will make people "wise up" to gay civil rights, which will do more than passing "just one proposition."

I hope he's right.

Milk said...

'Milk' Men Speak Out on Prop 8

'Good Will Hunting' director Gus Van Sant's long-in-the-works 'Milk' biopic starring Sean Penn is finally here, and ET's with ensemble cast members Josh Brolin, James Franco, Emile Hirsch and Alison Pill to talk about the first openly gay man to be voted into public office in America -- and how the period film mirrors contemporary political struggles happening now!

"I voted no on 8," says Franco of the California proposition that recently passed making same-sex marriage illegal, "and in our movie Harvey Milk fights a somewhat similar proposition -- Proposition 6, which would have barred gay teachers from teaching in schools. I think we have come a long way in 30 years, but Proposition 8 shows that we're not all the way there yet."

"I think that it's unfortunate that it passed," says Hirsch. "I think it would be kind of weird to make a movie about Harvey Milk and want Proposition 8 to pass. I think the protestors should do what they're doing and I think people are ready for this movie to come out. I think people are fired up for Milk's message to come right now."

With Penn as Milk, who was elected to the San Francisco Board of Supervisors in 1977, the film charts the last eight years of the politician's colorful life after he relocated to the Castro neighborhood and became personally involved with the fight against injustice. Armed with tenacity and a solid group of friends and supporters behind him, the larger-than-life Milk fought for equal rights until he was tragically gunned down along with the Mayor of San Francisco by fellow supervisor Dan White.

Of working with Penn, Franco says, "He's just one of the best actors that's ever lived. He's been doing it for 20-plus years; some people might get complacent, but he's still so dedicated, from everything from the look to how the character sounds. Everything. That's just an inspiration to me."

"He's very intelligent and very mischievous," says Hirsch of Penn, who also directed him in 'Into the Wild.'

'Milk' Men Speak Out on Prop 8 video

Anonymous said...

What about Jake's boyfriend(s) before Austin/TDAT? Were there any details?

Reposting old Towleroad gossip from 2004, so this supposedly happen after TDAT:

Apr 20, 2006

hey, P-Bitch! I live in LA to and I've heard LOTS of stuff about Jake-y and being gay (but really bisexual, as if theirs a diff).

A guy friend of mine that's str8 does valet parking for xtra $ sometimes, and he SWEARS ON HIS LIFE AND ON HIS MAMMA'S GRAVE that about 2 years ago he saw Jake kissing this older dude when the stopped the car and didn't think anyone had come up yet to get his keys. Hours later when they came out Jake signed an autograph for my friend but said no when he asked if he could take a picture with his cell. My friend kept saying that if he had had his cell out and could have gotten a pic of that man and Jake he wouldn't ever probably have to work again 'cause he would sell it. I told him that was wrong, but he would have done it anyway.

I totally believe my friend cause he doesn't have a problem with gay people and he didn't have a reason to make it up. He' isn't the kind to do that.

----- Posted by: WeHoHag | Apr 20, 2006 11:14:42 PM


wehohag, is this story part of the toothy tiles story? Jake and male in parking lot of mall? just don't see it, but could be true. people keep say gay, but I read he was bi-sexual.

----- Posted by: thom | Apr 21, 2006 5:53:04 PM

I don't think it is part of the toothy stuff because the guy who is my friend that saw it saw it back when we were in all high school and that was almost 2 yrs. ago. I've never read all the toothy things but I thought it was all just some gossip colum.

My guy friend would never lie about this. He just isn't the kind to do that. He has a sister that I went to school with at an all girls school and he went to an all boys school wiht my brother. Their at the same college now so I will ask him if it's part of all that toothy stuff, but I don't hink so.

----- Posted by: WeHoHag | Apr 21, 2006 8:53:04 PM

What I left out was that my friend was working for a temporary valet service when he saw this. When a restarant's regular valet would call in sick the restarant would call this service my friend worked for and they would send people to replace the sick ones. I will have to ask my friend what restarant it was, but I know it was a restarant and not a mall.

----- Posted by: WEHOHAG | Apr 21, 2006 8:58:04 PM

Did producer's bithch comments get deleted? The comments were interesting. P'sBitch if you are on site, I would like to know if (you) have any evidence of JG sexuallity since you say that everyone in W.Hollywood knows he is Gay! I have a freind who lives in W. Hollywood and told me that one of the actors in BBM looks familiar after he saw the movie. I was not aware of the rumors then.

----- Posted by: thom | Apr 22, 2006 4:43:39 PM

hey, NYCER - - that is NOT what I said. I did NOT say my friend slept with him. I said that two years ago my friend was working as a temp valet and saw him with an older man. They didn't know anyone was watching and they were very close and it looked like they were kissing. They were in line at a restaurant to turn their car over to the valet and there were several cars on in front of them. They didn't expect the valet to come up to them and take their car until they pulled in under the restaurant's garage thingy, so they got caught by surprise.

My friend would NOT lie. He even got Jakes autograph when they came out but said Jake would not let him take a pic. And like I said this was like two years ago.

You need to read the posts before you start accusing people of doing things they haven't. THAT's how shit get started.

----- Posted by: wehohag | Apr 24, 2006 8:27:14 PM

http://towleroad.typepad.com/towleroad/2006/04/rep_jake_gyllen.html

Anonymous said...

"Toothy started because somebody finally noticed that Jake was sleeping with Austin. They were busted. Simple as."

Of course , it was TED lol

Anonymous said...

well I SWEAR ON MY MAMA GRAVE ,a friend of mine ( he wouldn't lie to me ) know a guy who works on POP set and he saw jake in a "odd" position, if you know what i mean, with a extra.

Anonymous said...

Of course , it was TED lol

No, but someone told Ted in early 2005.
Lots of other people were gossiping about it later that year according to Ted.

Anonymous said...

LOL yeah too easy

Anonymous said...

Nov 05:

But here's the (big) prob: Everyone loves a good drama. And some people couldn't give a Simpson's ass about Nick and Jessica. These folks--all fancy, rich and A-list, mind you--like dishin' on Toothy and his b-f instead. Where have they been having sex in their butch automobiles lately? Jeez. Their li'l relationship is like the cocktail fodder at WeHo's most elite, gay gatherings.

Some het ones, too.

Why, darlings, at all the best Halloween do's, particularly one held by a mucho impressive movie director, it's the only thing folks could blab on about--all the poor Cher impersonators were driven to near tears 'cause no one paid them no damn mind!

Also, big-name big-timers are openly chatting about T2's homo-rrific love life. No whispers required. It's, forgive the pun, out there. Everywhere.

Anonymous said...

What's too easy 2:24 PM?

Anonymous said...

2:21 LOL you got me convinced!

Anonymous said...

he saw jake in a "odd" position, if you know what i mean, with a extra

Gay Kama Sutra "odd" position?

Jake said...

My masseur, Hans from Sweden, puts me in odd positions all the time!

Anonymous said...

Jake, would you, please, behave properly?

Jake said...

It's not my fault! My Pocket Rocket has a mind of his own.

BlackBook said...

James Franco on ‘Milk,’ Heath Ledger’s Death, and Going Back to School
...
There’s an easygoing charm about Franco today that contrasts with some of the complex, charismatic men he has portrayed over the years, from James Dean (in a 2001 biopic which propelled his career out of the land of TV fare like Freaks and Geeks) to the impetuous, stringy-haired pot dealer of Pineapple Express, to his solid supporting work in the upcoming Milk, with Sean Penn as Harvey Milk, the first openly gay politician elected in California, and Franco as Scott Smith, Milk’s longtime lover. In person, with a five o’clock shadow giving him longer sideburns and a hint of a mustache, it’s clear that Franco has more on his mind at the moment than looking camera-ready at all times. In addition to his graduate courses at NYU, he’s also simultaneously pursuing an MFA in creative writing at Columbia University. “Going back to school has been life-changing and lifesaving,” he says, taking a banquette seat, placing his knapsack by his side and leaving his black leather jacket on. He leans forward, hovering over a lit votive candle as jazzy music plays in the background. “I wasn’t on the point of suicide,” he says, “but I wasn’t satisfied.”
...
“Movies have their own rewards for an actor,” he says, his voice a kind of tough gym-teacher rasp, familiar to those who know him by his villainous Spider-Man character, the vengeful rich boy Harry Osborn. In person, Franco uses the rasp to humorous, gregarious advantage. “You can feel satisfaction for doing a movie that you believe in, or with critical praise, or good box office,” he says. “As an actor, you can tell yourself that your self-worth isn’t measured by how your last movie did at the box office. But I found when acting was all I had, inevitably I would be emotionally affected by how well a movie did.”

“School offered a way to focus on something that had a new criteria for success, and its own rewards,” he continues. “It’s the reward of knowledge and learning things that I’m interested in. What it does is release me from pressure that I put on myself, where everything has to be perfect. Now I go into a project and I turn myself over to the director’s vision. And if a performance doesn’t come out exactly as I wanted because I’m not in complete control, that’s fine. Since I’ve taken this appraoch, I haven’t had a performance that I’ve hated.”
...
With his hair lightened and curled for this 1970s-era story, his frame outfitted in jeans and a series of flannel shirts, Franco as Scott Smith, Milk’s long-time lover, brings tenderness to the scenes between Scott and Harvey. He breathes life into what could have been a two-dimensional character, making the performance look effortless. “Whenever Harvey went out and failed at something,” Franco says, “Scott would be there to support him. That was the main function of the character in the film—to provide support.”

On choosing Franco to play Scott Smith, Gus Van Sant says: “We wanted a romantic couple, and James seemed a perfect combination with Sean. I had seen James’ plays, met him a few times. He was also really interested in the part.” As for any similarities between Phoenix and Franco, Van Sant says, “There is a physical resemblance, I think, but they have very different approaches. River was not schooled, but could be great. James has a little more practical study going on.”

Penn and Franco had known each other for years, their friendship beginning when Penn called after witnessing Franco’s breakthrough, Golden Globe-winning performance in the 2001 James Dean biopic. Penn had written a script and had a part he thought would be great for the young star. “It was a world-weary kind of character,” Franco recalls, adding that the film has yet to be made, but it’s still on Penn’s wish list. “After we wrapped Milk,” Franco says, “Sean said to me, ‘We’re definitely doing that other movie, but I’m sorry to say that I’m going to have to break up with you now.’”
...
Going from this depiction of internalized homophobia in The Ape to playing Scott Smith in Milk, did Franco receive any new insights about what it might be like to be gay, or in a gay relationship? Franco responds: “As soon as I got out of high school, I was like, I don’t care if anybody’s gay. It doesn’t matter. Doing Milk, I don’t know if it broadened my mind at all. I like to think that I was as open as I could be at that point.”

Franco is continuing to explore themes of conflicting sexual identity in a short film he’s currently directing at NYU, inspired in part by an Anthony Hecht poem about the darker side of locker room horseplay called “The Feast of Stephen.” Poetry is a medium that has fascinated Franco since childhood (his mother, Betsy Franco, is a published poet and children’s book writer). At UCLA, Franco took poetry workshops, and developed a style of writing that he says involves combining fragments of existing texts, like Strunk & White’s The Elements of Style, with his own poetry “for unusual effects,” he says, “and as a kind of response to the previous text.” It’s also the form of expression he turned to after learning about Heath Ledger’s death.

“I was in between classes, waiting in line at a café,” Franco recalls. “Somebody wrote me that Heath had died, and it really upset me. It was weird, because it seemed like a lot of incredible people died in the past year—Sir Anthony Minghella, Sydney Pollack. Brad Renfro died the week before Heath and I’d worked with him twice. It was really adding up. So I wrote something about it, that I actually read at the Hammer Museum in LA… ” he says, his voice trailing off. “Whatever… ” He looks embarrassed for a moment, and then explains: “I’m so shy about talking about it, because in print, it sounds like ‘Oh, James Franco likes poetry!’ ”
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In a convenient tying together of his current preoccupations and pursuits, James Franco will spend his winter holiday starring in Howl, as Allen Ginsberg, the gay beat poet. He’ll also play an alt-rock singer in a movie called Sympathy for Delicious, directed by Mark Ruffalo. After the month-and-a-half long break, his studies will resume uninterrupted, as they have for the past three years. “I have faith that my school and acting schedules will work out,” Franco says. So, what’s at the end of this paper chase? A PhD? “Yes,” says Franco, adding that teaching is something he’d like to do in the future. “It sounds more appealing to teach creative writing students than a general composition class,” he says. “I like the idea of teaching people who I know are interested in a subject, and not because it’s a general education requirement. I want students who want to be there.”
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James Franco BlackBook interview

Anonymous said...

How is Emile Hirsch more employed than TT??

Anonymous said...

Because he's more visible (Taking Woodstock, Milk, Speed Racer, Into the Wild) than Jake?

Anonymous said...

Emile has done a lot more films the last few years than Jake. And yes, they have been more high-profile (though Speed Racer was a bomb).

Anonymous said...

Franco is really ideal--gorgeous, talented and smart. The whole package.

Anonymous said...

Jake needs a friend to help him build the rocket in "Untitled Moon Project". Hollywood, how about Franco?

Anonymous said...

Posted on OMG

Can Macho, Non-Metro Actors Play Gay?
Sean Penn Follows in Gyllenhaal, Ledger's Footsteps With 'Milk'

He has played a hardened ex-convict, a mentally challenged man and a California stoner. But Sean Penn's current portrayal of a gay politician has some critics calling it his best performance ever. How this tough-guy, straight actor was able to step into the shoes of Harvey Milk, the country's first openly gay politician, in the new film "Milk" is as much a testament to Penn's talent as it is to a culture that has become more accepting of gays.

Yet, while Penn receives raves for his performance, some in the gay community wonder aloud why a gay actor could not have played his role or any one of the others cast with straight actors James Franco, Emile Hirsch and Diego Luna.

"It has almost become a rite of passage for these leading Hollywood actors to take on a gay role," said David Hauslaib, editorial director of the gay and lesbian Web site Queerty.com. "I think Sean Penn's career can only benefit from a role like this. The same was true for Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal [who played gay lovers in 'Brokeback Mountain']." "I think there's probably less fear of being typecast the way that actors in the last century had fears," said New York casting director Tiffany Little Canfield. "It's not as big of a risk. I've never heard in all my casting of an actor being concerned about playing a homosexual character."

A cultural shift that turned "Will and Grace" into a Top 10 sitcom and 2005 gay romance "Brokeback Mountain" into a mainstream success has also made the American audience more open to gay characters. But some charge Hollywood has warmed to gay characters but not to gay actors.

"When straight men get these parts, the gay community feels slighted," Hauslaib said. "A whole number of roles could have gone to openly gay actors to give them visibility. Instead they went to well-known straight actors. It's just another notch in a belt for a straight actor. For a gay actor it could have been a breakout role."

Problem is, even in liberal Hollywood, there remains a dearth of openly gay A-list actors who can open a film. "It was hard to find gay actors who were out," the film's openly gay director Gus Van Sant told Reuters. "There really aren't [many]. You could do it, but they would be unknowns and that would be fine with me, but the money [financiers] would start to get nervous." After a dozen years of trying to get "Milk" made, the film finally received the green light when Penn signed on.

"Of all the colors in the rainbow, green [the color of money] still seems to be the most important," Canfield said. She points out that the number of A-list movie stars who can get a movie produced just by signing on is already small. For gay actors, it's nonexistent. Prominent openly gay actors Sir Ian McKellen and Rupert Everett haven't been able to do it, Canfield said.

"Who are our big movie stars who are openly gay? Is there an A-list?" Canfield said. "No, there is not." Meanwhile, audiences appear to have little trouble accepting tough guy Penn as a gay man on screen -- in his personal life, he has scrapped with paparazzi and carried a rifle through New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina.

"I think he does a remarkable job," said Gregg Kilday, the film editor for The Hollywood Reporter. "He seems to inhabit Milk's milieu, his mannerisms and his spirit." "Sean Penn often plays very intense characters that keep the world at a distance," Kilday said. "As Milk he's alternately playful and warm. At his core there is a toughness to Milk and also a lightness. That's the real surprise, that Penn captures the lightness as well."

Kilday does not believe that Penn approached this role differently than any other. "In this case he's playing a real person. He clearly had a lot of research to draw on, a lot of footage of Harvey Milk, friends like Cleve Jones, who served as advisers," Kilday said. "My sense is both he and Van Sant wanted to make the gay sexuality as matter of fact as they could. So they introduced it right at the beginning of film and treated it as casually as the people would have treated it at the time."

While the door has swung open for straight actors to play gay roles, the reverse -- gay actors in straight roles -- is still rare, at least on the big screen. Cheyenne Jackson, the hunky male star of Broadway shows "Xanadu" and "All Shook Up," has acknowledged that since coming out of the closet, he's unlikely to get leading man roles, though he has gotten a cameo on the NBC drama "Lipstick Jungle" and a small role in the film "United 93." "To be frank, I think I've missed out on big parts because I'm open," he told The Advocate in April. "I've screen-tested on some really big projects, and you can't tell me that behind closed doors big execs aren't like, 'We have Dean Cain or this gay guy who played Elvis on Broadway.' I'm not that naive to think that that doesn't play into it."

But Kilday sees a shift and it's being spearheaded on the small screen. "Older gay actors who wanted mainstream film success -- Rock Hudson being the main example -- kept their sexuality hidden," he said.

"Now you're seeing a younger generation of actors on television and stage, who [are] openly gay. Some are playing gay; some, straight. As they mature, a few over time could become mainstream A-list actors." Those actors include TR Knight on "Grey's Anatomy" and Neil Patrick Harris on "How I Met Your Mother." Both are playing straight roles.

Still, Hauslaib believes American sensibilities are changing faster than Hollywood's. "Until Hollywood decides it will support the career of gay actors, we won't have openly gay actors," he said.

"That's the next step for our culture," Canfield said. "Where is our star who is openly gay?"

http://abcnews.go.com/Entertainment/Movies/Story?id=6378749&page=1

Anonymous said...

Sean Penn Follows in Gyllenhaal, Ledger's Footsteps

Penn is 23 years older than Heath and Jake were when they broke the new ground. Practically twice their age. It took him a while.

Anonymous said...

you can't tell me that behind closed doors big execs aren't like, 'We have Dean Cain or this gay guy who played Elvis on Broadway.'

Those big execs need a big punch in the nose.

Anonymous said...

Great interview with James Franco. I'll bet he made a great James Dean; I see a resemblance. I never did see the biopic. Looking forward to Howl too.

Anonymous said...

Posted on OMG

The Informers is premiering at Sundance.

Sundance runs Jan 15-25

Sundance said...

^^^
Richard Gere, Jim Carrey, William Hurt, Billy Bob Thornton, Kevin Spacey, Uma Thurman, Mickey Rourke, Robin Williams and Ashton Kutcher and emerging talent such as Kristen Stewart, Zooey Deschanel, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Diego Luna and Gael Garcia Bernal are among those toplining the Premieres set to unspool at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival.

Event runs Jan. 15-25 in Park City, Utah.

PREMIERES

"I Love You Philip Morris," directed and written by Glenn Ficarra and John Requa, is based on the true story of Texas con artist Steven Jay Russell. Jim Carrey, Ewan McGregor, Leslie Mann and Rodrigo Santoro star.

"The Informers," directed by Gregor Jordan and written by Bret Easton Ellis and Nicholas Zarecki, is an adaptation of Ellis' novel about the rich and decadent in '80s Los Angeles. With Billy Bob Thornton, Kim Basinger, Winona Ryder and Mickey Rourke. A Senator release.

http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117996817.html?categoryId=13&cs=1

Anonymous said...

Page Six

JUST TOO SPOOKY

THE rental listing of the SoHo apartment where Heath Ledger accidentally overdosed has been pulled without a taker willing to cough up $26,000 per month. The Post's Braden Keil reports the three-bedroom loft at 419 Broome St., which was officially relisted in late July after Ledger died there last January, couldn't attract a tenant - most likely because of its spooky provenance and a cooling high-end rental market. A Corcoran Group source would only say the 4,400-square-foot pad is "temporarily off the market."

Anonymous said...

Page Six

NOT A GAY MOOD AT SUNDANCE

ORGANIZERS of the Sundance Film Festival insist 2009 is going to be their biggest year yet - an assertion that gay-rights activists will not be pleased to hear. While the star-studded event announced the 118 movies in its lineup yesterday, activists remain up in arms over the festival's involvement with supporters of Proposition 8, the amendment that passed in California, banning same-sex marriage.

The festival is held every year in January in Park City, Utah, the state that's a stronghold of the Mormon Church, whose elders "organized its followers to support the amendment banning same-sex marriage . . . and encouraged them to give generously to the cause," according to The Advocate. Sundance organizers screen many festival films in Cinemark Theaters, owned by Alan Stock, who made a personal donation of $9,900 to support Prop 8.

Political activist and AmericaBlog.com editor John Aravosis, who uncovered Stock's funding of the amendment, told Page Six: "If you go to Utah, you're funding hate."

A Sundance Institute representative said all the movies that screen in Cinemark theaters will also be shown at alternate locations. But Aravosis fumes, "Just moving movies around is not enough. Money from this festival is funneled directly to the Mormon Church and to a supporter of Prop 8. Sundance should simply say they won't screen films in a hate theater."

Openly gay actor Alan Cumming, whose "Dare" is a Sundance selection, is skipping the festival to attend the inauguration of Barack Obama - "someone who I believe will make America a place where gay people will be respected and given true equality," he told Page Six's Neel Shah. (In fact, Obama is on record opposing gay marriage.)

A Sundance Institute rep told us: "Sundance has a long history and in fact was founded on the idea of championing diversity . . . It is our hope that people will embrace the festival for its commitment to diversity, not avoid it."

Anonymous said...

Page Six

OPENING UP

PAGE SIX Magazine is a starmaker. After the profile of bisexual publisher Neal Boulton in last Sunday's Post, Boulton was swamped with offers of books and reality shows about his lifestyle. Yesterday, he inked a deal with literary agent Donna Bagdasarian over lunch at Cipriani to pen a memoir. The article related how Boulton - who infamously made out with Jann Wenner in front of Time Warner Center, as we first reported - has been in an open marriage for 16 years with the bisexual mom of his two kids, Claire Boulton. Neal told us he's ecstatic, quipping, "I'll be able to afford all of the Botox I need."

LOL

Anonymous said...

I Love You Phillip Morris Trailer

Anonymous said...

Ay, can't listen to it now but the trailer looks good!

Anonymous said...

Jim and Ewan

Anonymous said...

The Australian Parliament passed a landmark law today that allows single and lesbian women access to fertility treatment and gives gay partners and parents of surrogate children legal parenting rights.

Anonymous said...

Jezebel.com

File under things that make you go hmmm: Gossip queen Ted Casablanca is wondering why no one ever followed up on the story about Diane Lane calling 911 on her volatile husband, Josh Brolin. He says he pressed Lane's PR folks on the matter more than once and has come up empty. [E! Online]

Anonymous said...

I Love You Phillip Morris Trailer

Dark gay comedy?

TDK said...

"Dark Knight:" A Solid Oscar Contender

As the box-office bankroll climbed for "The Dark Knight" last summer, the Hollywood consensus was that a posthumous nomination for Heath Ledger was the Batman blockbuster's best Academy Awards hope. Now that critics have gotten a peek at all the last-minute Oscar contenders, "The Dark Knight" has emerged as a solid contender for best picture and best director for Christopher Nolan.

Web sites such as TheEnvelope.com and Awardsdaily.com rank Nolan and Ledger among key Oscar contenders and list "The Dark Knight" alongside best-picture possibilities such as Ron Howard's "Frost/Nixon," Gus Van Sant's "Milk" and David Fincher's "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button." "Far be it for me to try and predict, and I think that anybody looks like a (jerk) if you really try to predict what people are going to vote for. But certainly, for me, I think that the serious contenders in this movie in my mind are Heath, Chris for director because he's done an extraordinary job, and I do believe best picture, as well," "Dark Knight" star Christian Bale said Wednesday night at a cocktail reception for the filmmakers and critics.

It's unusual for an action flick to climb into the company of Hollywood's year-end prestige pictures, with Oscar voters tending toward highbrow literary works rather than comic-book adaptations. Among the action films that made the best-picture cut at the Oscars were the three "Lord of the Rings" movies and "Raiders of the Lost Ark."

But building on the critical and commercial success of 2005's "Batman Begins," the sequel elevated the superhero genre to a new high, with critics ranking "The Dark Knight" as one of the year's best films. "It is a genre movie, but I think it goes beyond it with the themes in this movie," said "Dark Knight" co-star Aaron Eckhart. "It's an important movie sociologically. I feel like in this day and age, with terrorism and with the cancers of the city and people trying to find a voice within their own city, this is an important film.

"But it's a Batman film, so it has that going for it. It has that going against it."

With about $1 billion in worldwide theatrical grosses, "The Dark Knight" arrives on home video Tuesday, two days before the Golden Globe nominations, where the movie could gain some Oscar momentum if it scores well there.

Ledger, who died in January of an accidental prescription drug overdose, is considered a likely supporting-actor nominee for his diabolical performance as Batman nemesis the Joker. Oscar nominations come out Jan. 22, the one-year anniversary of Ledger's death.

"I'd like to think he would be very quietly proud of the fact that people really responded to it in the way he'd intended, were moved by the performance," Nolan said. "As far as Heath goes, any and every validation of the success of his performance is a great source of pride to me and relief to me that I've done my end of getting his performance out there."

http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2008/12/04/entertainment/main4648372.shtml?source=RSSattr=Entertainment_4648372

Anonymous said...

Oscar nominations come out Jan. 22, the one-year anniversary of Ledger's death.

*sigh*

TDK said...

The Dark Knight Returns to Theaters on January 23rd 2009

December 4, 2008 – Warner Bros. Pictures is bringing “The Dark Knight” back for a return engagement in theatres and IMAX on January 23, 2009, giving audiences one more chance to see the film on the big screen. The film will re-open nationwide, it was announced today by Dan Fellman, Warner Bros. Pictures President of Domestic Distribution.

In making the announcement, Fellman stated, “‘The Dark Knight’ is a crowning achievement in every sense of the word. We wanted to provide one more opportunity for moviegoers to experience it on the big screen as it was meant to be seen.”

One of the most celebrated and successful films of this or any year, “The Dark Knight” has been hailed by both critics and audiences since its original release last July. The film garnered widespread acclaim for its artistic and technical achievements, including the work of its outstanding cast and its director, Oscar®-nominated filmmaker Christopher Nolan (“Memento”).

Led by Christian Bale, reprising his role from “Batman Begins,” and Academy Award® nominee Heath Ledger (“Brokeback Mountain”), the ensemble cast also includes Academy Award® winner Michael Caine (“The Cider House Rules”), Gary Oldman (the “Harry Potter” films), Aaron Eckhart (“Thank You for Smoking”), Maggie Gyllenhaal (“Stranger than Fiction”), and Academy Award® winner Morgan Freeman (“Million Dollar Baby”).

Anonymous said...

Does anyone know when Jake finishes filming Prince of Persia? I read that Maggie plans to attend the next month's Inaugaration and wondered if Jake intends to attend as well.

Anonymous said...

This month.

I remember Disney mentioning mid December.

Anonymous said...

wondered if Jake intends to attend as well

I don't think so.

Jake didn't support Obama + Maggie and Peter are members of The Creative Coalition.

Anonymous said...

In making the announcement, Fellman stated, “‘The Dark Knight’ is a crowning achievement in every sense of the word.

Keeping my fingers crossed that Heath will win an Oscar. :)

Rags said...

OK!'s Strategy: Don't Publish

Why does the public not sufficiently appreciate the hardworking people at OK! magazine? Last month there were rumors that Richard Desmond, the billionaire British publisher of the laughable celebrity mag, actually flew to America to personally investigate why new OK! boss Kent Brownridge was losing money. The magazine's flack denied this, saying they where "doing fine." Shockingly, it appears what that flack said was not entirely true, because OK! has decided to skip four issues at the end of this year:

"Skipping dates suggests it is cheaper to not publish than it is to publish. Publishing sources estimate that its edition in the slow-moving Thanksgiving week had sold only 300,000 copies while a double issue with Michelle Obama sold about 500,000 copies. That suggests that the magazine has been missing its rate- base promise to advertisers of 900,000 copies a week."

We also heard recently that Brownridge has put a $100K cap on the amount of money the magazine can bid for its favorite things: celebrity baby pictures. That's like, what, Kelly Osbourne prices? This does not look good.

http://gawker.com/5102494/oks-strategy-dont-publish

Anonymous said...

Keeping my fingers crossed that Heath will win an Oscar. :)

I hope he at least gets a nod.

Anonymous said...

Publishing sources estimate that its edition in the slow-moving Thanksgiving week had sold only 300,000 copies

Reese was on the cover, what did they expect?

Anonymous said...

Keeping my fingers crossed that Heath will win an Oscar. :)

I wish that too, but I think people care too much about Oscars.
Memorable roles and movies are much more important.

Anonymous said...

Memorable roles and movies are much more important.

That's absolutely true; Brokeback Mountain was one of the best movies I have ever seen, right up there with the best of them all, IMO. And look what happened there. It's just that in Heath's case, a nomination or an award would be a great tribute. Recognition for how great he was as The Joker - I didn't think any role could match Ennis Del Mar, but Heath's Joker comes very close, IMO. For all he gave us and for all we'll never know, I just would love to see it. :)

Anonymous said...

I don't think so.

Jake didn't support Obama + Maggie and Peter are members of The Creative Coalition.


Bummer. I live in DC and was hoping to catch a glimpse. I thought maybe he would because I remember the article he gave to Details back in 07' where he said that he was split between Hillary and Barack b/c he liked the idea of a woman or someone of another race being president. Maybe that was just hot air though...

I also read that Maggie endorsed Obama...quietly...not necessarily with t-shirts and bumper stickers...but that she did endorse. Maybe that was inaccurate as well...

Anonymous said...

Politics is too edgy for Mr. Witherspoon.

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