Lindsay Lohan graces the cover of August’s Vanity Fair Italia. Since the issue is in Italian, I have no idea what Lohan said during her interview. She probably talked about her love of over-sized teddy bears and metallic skulls. Just a guess.
As we’ve previously reported, the one and only Meryl Streep will star as former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady. The political pioneer became the UK’s first female Prime Minister and the first female leader of a major political party. This morning a teaser trailer for The Iron Lady hit the web and this is one docudrama I don’t want to miss.
Last night at a Barcelona nightclub 17-year-old rocker Taylor Momsen mounted a female audience member for a little bump and grind. Apparently the lady loving didn’t stop there: Another female fan climbed the stage and started groping Momsen’s breasts. Maybe she was checking for lumps?
Because there are not enough vampire-themed movies and television shows already, check out this snapshot of Sigourney Weaver’s new vampire comedy Vamps. The film co-stars Alicia Silverstone and Krysten Ritter as two vampires (un)living in New York City with daunting love lives. I’m sticking with True Blood.
If you’re in New York City tomorrow night (Friday, July 8) celebrate the
“Dyke-opalypse: Laughing at the End of the World” (Dixon Place,161A Chrystie Street New York, NY 10002) hosted by Elizabeth Whitney. The event starts at 9:30 p.m. and features Andrea Alton, Drae Campbell, Kelli Dunham, Victoria Libertore, Lea Robinson, Ariel Speedwagon and many more!
Out comedian and former Is This Awesome? co-host, Fortune Feimster, will be touring with the Comedians of Chelsea Lately starting in August. If you haven’t seen Feimster live, I recommend you do so, immediately!
Lesbian/Bi Tweet of the Day:
If you live in Los Angeles The 29th Annual Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Film Festival (aka Outfest) starts today. Check out the festival schedule and buy tickets at Outfest.org. Out filmmaker/writer/actress Guinevere Turner highly recommends the experience.