Good afternoon and happy hump day!
Happy birthday to Emma Stone, Rebecca Romijn, Thandie Newton, Sally Field, Kelly Rutherford and Orange is the New Black’s Taryn Manning.
American Horror Story has been renewed for a fourth season, with FX ordering 13 new episode for next year. The finale for the current season, American Horror Story: Coven, will air on January 29, 2014.
From the pics posted on her Facebook page, it looks like Jennifer Lawrence has a short new hairdo. My wife is still recuperating.
Emma Watson has signed on for the film Your Voice in My Head, based on Emma Forrest‘s novel of the same name. Watson will play a “young bipolar English woman living in New York.”
Lady Gaga is going to perform in outer space in 2015 as part of the Zero G Colony high-tech musical festival. Clearly she has not seen Gravity.
TV Guide has an exclusive first look at out actor (and Star Trek vet) George Takei in the upcoming season of Lost Girl. If this photo doesn’t convince the uninitiated to tune in, I’m not sure what could!
Scarlett Johansson teamed up with Matthew McConaughey and director Martin Scorsese for the Dolce & Gabbana perfume ad “Street of Dreams.”
Julianne Moore will play a university professor in the film adaptation of Lisa Genova‘s novel Still Alice.
Queen Latifah will present trophies at the Halo Awards with Hunger Games star Josh Hutcherson on November 17 in Hollywood. The Halo Awards honor teen volunteers for outstanding community service and, according to EW.com, honorees this year are “involved with transgender rights, autism awareness, urban revitalization and girls’ education.” The show will be broadcast live on Nick at Nite.
Tonight the Gays R Us comedy show will return to the Hollywood Improv (8162 Melrose Ave) in Los Angeles, CA.
Out style guru Tabatha Coffey will appear on tomorrow’s episode of The Steve Harvey Show. Coffey will share tips on how small businesses can be successful.
Photo of the Day!
I wonder what out author Patricia Cornwell and Virginia Madsen are discussing in this TwitPic.
A pensive moment with the amazing Virginia Madsen. pic.twitter.com/EpM8HaHg9A
— Patricia Cornwell (@1pcornwell) November 5, 2013