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The film is based on the novel by Kazuo Ishiguro, which follows two friends at a boarding school who all share a “haunting secret.” Sounds like a British version of Pretty Little Liars. Here’s the trailer.
The film will open sometime next fall. It appears they might kiss, but they also end up kissing boys. Don’t get too excited!
Out director Lisa Cholodenko told The L.A. Times she had to cut out some sex scenes from The Kids Are All Right so it wouldn’t get an R rating. “Yes,” she said, “I had to cut some thrusting.” Hopefully what was left on the cutting room floor will make the DVD!
If you are a fan of How I Met Your Mother, you know that Robin (Cobie Smuthers) has several different sides to her. One of those is “Lesbian Robin.” Her part is going to expand a bit when the series returns, and she told Buddy TV that she’s down for whatever.
Please note that Lily is played by Alyson Hannigan. If Robin and Lily don’t get together, that’s just a missed opportunity.
Our awesome writer/photographer Lindsey Byrnes is on tour with Tegan and Sara in Europe and shooting some photos to go along with Tegan’s tour blog for Paper Magazine. In the first entry, Tegan talks about bras being thrown at her while on stage:
See? Your bra isn’t even reaching your intended Quin twin. At best, a crew member touches it. Save your bras — and note that she said nothing about panties.
World of Wonder’s Damiana was on the red carpet at the New Now Next Awards, which air tonight on LOGO, and she talked with your favorite blazer-wearing friendo, Liz Feldman.
Amber Heard is rumored to be in talks to star in the new X-Men film as Mystique, previously played by Rebecca Romijn. You might not know this about Amber, but she’s one of those “open” kind of women. Her sexuality isn’t super straight, if you know what I mean.
Last year, Details profiled her. An excerpt:
The same profile notes she’s hoping to move out of the role of “sexualized teenager” that she’s played several times now. So here’s hoping the X-Men role works out. She’d look great in blue!
Who loves lesbians? Everyone! But maybe just one. One lesbian at a time!
Los Angeles-based out singer/songwriter Sara Lieb has created a website called Singing TV offering free singing lessons. Check out her video blogs, which include interviews with other vocalists and instructions on how to read music or how drinking and smoking affects your vocal cords.
Rememberwhen we told you there were no lesbian chefs on this season of Top Chef? We were wrong! (I know, it sucks to admit but it happens sometimes. Still human over here!) Tracey Bloom is this season’s gay lady. She told Access Atlanta, “They’ve had a few before,” she said. “I was kind of hoping for more!”
The show premiered last night on Bravo. Did you catch it? (Thanks for the tip, Rebecca!)
Dana Delany told Digital Spy that if she hadn’t been cast in her new series, things would have ended differently for Robin and Katherine. They were supposed to break up and Robin was going to leave because Katherine was going to have a sexuality crisis. “Because Katherine doesn’t know whether she’s gay, or she’s straight and she needs to stop trying to find happiness outside herself,” Dana says. “That the happiness is inside.”
Interesting. So she notes that Marc Cherry wrote the ending of Robin and Katherine going to Paris in one day based on Dana’s new pilot. Dana also discusses her excitement about playing lesbian on the show. (Hat tip d_wlesbeau.)
Chew on that until tomorrow.