Good afternoon everyone!
Happy birthday to Mercedes Ruehl, Tasha Smith, Bernadette Peters and Ali Larter!
Actress Ali Larter in Los Angeles, CA
And happy five year (dating) anniversary to my lovely wife Karman!
Today the U.S. House passed the Senate-approved version of the Violence Against Women Act that includes protections for the LGBT community. Thank you to all who fought this battle for us!
Noomi Rapace (The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo) has confirmed that there is a sequel to Prometheus in the works. Although Rapace didn’t officially commit to the film she did say, “I met Ridley in London a couple of weeks ago. I would love to work with him again and I know that he would like to do another one. It’s just like we need to find the right story. I hope we will.”
Tina Fey stopped by the Late Show with David Letterman to plug her new movie Admission. Watch her 13-minute interview below where she admits that she’s having trouble re-entering society after 30 Rock and that her family has a pooping problem.
Have you booked your room and gotten your tickets for The Dinah Shore Weekend yet? The talent line up this year includes Uh Huh Her, Karmin, Kat Graham, Havana Brown, Fortune Feimster and more. It’s coming up soon, April 3-7 in Palm Springs!
On March OneMoreLesbian.com and The Outlander Project will be hosting an entire day of lesbian video content in Austin, TX. The party starts at 3 p.m. and includes premieres and screenings of some of your favorite web series, panels, live performances by God des & She and Haviland Stillwell, followed by a dance party from 10 p.m.-a.m..
Michelle “Mitchie Likes Sausage” Rodriquez lends her voice to the animated film Turbo. The movie, about a garden snail racing the Indy 500, also stars Maya Rudolph and is scheduled to hit theaters on July 19.
Out Chicago politician Deb Mell posted a powerful message on Twitter and I commend her for it.
On April 13 out comedian Vickie Shaw will be taking the stage during the Camp Rehoboth Women’s Fest 2013 Weekend in Rehoboth Beach, DE.
Take a gander at this week’s cover of Entertainment Weekly. I really hope this movie is going to be good.
Actress Nicol Paone (30 Rock, The Big Gay Sketch Show) took to Twitter for a very important issue.
Lili Taylor and Vera Farmiga teamed up for the (scaring the shit out of me) horror film The Conjuring, which is based on a true story. The film hits theaters July 19 and I will not be seeing it.
Tickets are on sale for the 24th Annual GLAAD Media Awards in New York. I will not be attending this event so if you go please take pictures for me.
If you haven’t seen it yet, watch Amazon’s new Kindle commercial featuring an adorable gay couple. Ahh, progress.
Tweet of the Day!
Just another reason to love Jessie J.