Happy hump day and happy birthday to Elisha Cuthbert (Happy Endings), Clemence Poesy (Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows) and Amy Ryan (The Office). Wow, that was a lot of "happy" in one sentence.
Vicky Cristina Barcelona actress Scarlett Johansson is on the cover of Cosmopolitan‘s January 2012 issue. My wife is a big fan of Johansson’s immense "skills."
Actress Rachael Taylor (Charlie’s Angels, Grey’s Anatomy) stars in the holiday horror film The Darkest Hour, produced by Wanted filmmaker Timur Bekmambetov. Check out the film’s latest trailer below.
Taylor runs for her life alongside Olivia Thirlby (Juno) and Emile Hirsch (Milk) in theaters Christmas day.
There are only four days left to support out filmmaker Stacie Ponder’s (Ghostella’s Haunted Tomb) newest project RPG: The Collected Collection. For all the information, including how to get a plush pocket ham, visit Ponder’s Kickstarter page.
The entertainment website Sodahead.com (why didn’t I think of that URL?) named Mila Kunis the Sexist Actress of 2011. Their poll ranked Emma Stone in second place and Halle Berry claimed the number three spot. My top three picks go to Prime Suspect’s Marie Bello, Drive Angry’s Amber Heard and Eastbound & Down actress Ana de la Reguera.
If you live in the NYC area, head over to the Gotham Comedy Club tonight at 8:30 p.m. to catch lesbian comedians Jessica Kirson, Poppy Champlin and Jackie Monahan in action.
Tomorrow, Emily Watson will sit down with the ladies of The View and out comedian/actress Sandra Bernhard will stop by The Wendy Williams Show.
Lesbian/Bi Video of the Day!
On Monday afternoon, Vermont’s first openly gay Supreme Court Justice Beth Robinson was sworn into office. Johnson is a civil rights advocate who worked to help pass Vermont’s 2009 marriage equality law and will be replacing retiring Justice Denise Johnson. Congratulations to Robinson!