Amber Heard was on Chelsea Lately last night where she talked about how her Paranoia co-star Richard Dreyfuss never remembers her.
Natasha Lyonne‘s indie film G.B.F. opens in Vancouver this week and she talked with The Vancounver Sun about hoping her work in queer films helps young gays feel good about themselves:
“Certainly I respect that some actors who are gay have a challenge in coming out because of the potential prejudice they may face and the limitations they may be presented with. For any of the gay actors I know it’s a really big challenge – I think it’s still really hard for people to come out to their own families. Hopefully it’s getting easier; hopefully movies like G.B.F. make it easier; movies like But I’m a Cheerleader make it easier. … I also know that it’s a really complicated personal issue, whether they’re actors or not. What would just be amazing though is if there wasn’t ongoing prejudice.”
IndieWire wonders why LGBT films don’t make money at the box office anymore. They give five reasons why this could be true, including the change of the movie market in general and that we have a lot more LGBT characters on TV.
Speaking of queer film, CRAVE has a great series called Free Film School where their current focus is Queer Cinema.
South of Nowhere stars and fans are convening in Los Angeles this October. This could include you!
Out comic Mo Welch talked about some sexy situations on the podcast This Feels Terrible this week.
Speaking of comedy, Robby Hoffman is up for Canada’s Next Top Comic and needs your vote.
Swedish high jumper Emma Green Tregaro painted her nails some different colors while competing in Moscow today. She posted a photo of them on her Instagram with this text: “Nails painted in the colors of the rainbow #pride #moscow2013.”
In the Atlantic Wire, Uzo Aduba says she bases Crazy Eyes on how dudes try to creepily flirt with women. LOL.
Out senator Tammy Baldwin is part of MAKERS and in this video, she talks about growing up in Wisconsin and how protesters say she’s a “law breaker, not a law maker.”
The A.V. Club is talking about The Ellen Show‘s puppy episode this week.
Remember how I told you that Patricia Cornwell has a new publisher? Apparently the reason is because she wants to get the Kay Scarpetta movie in production as quickly as possible. That’s something I can get behind.
Sarah Paulson told Variety she thinks Vera Farmiga should win the Emmy for her work in Bates Motel this year:
“I knew that the (drama actress) category was very hotly pursued. Her performance was brave, in the sense that it wasn’t always pretty. And I don’t mean about her beauty. I just thought it was very brave what she did, and that she really went for it. You always want the person who really earned it to be the person who gets noticed, and I really felt like she did incredible work on that show.”
Katy Perry took on Australia politician Tony Abbott during a radio interview for not supporting gay marriage in his country.
Mena Suvari is joining the cast of Chicago Fire as Isabella, a close friend of Dawson “who is enlisted to help Mouch (Christian Stolte) with his campaign as President of the Chicago Firefighters Union. They don’t say who but “things heat up between Isabella and one of Mouch’s fellow firefighters.” Mena has played gay plenty of times in her career. Could it be she might try to romance Shay?
Rooney Mara said she hasn’t seen a script yet for The Girl Who Played With Fire. Then she said she wouldn’t tell if she had anyway. The original version of the film definitely had some more girl-on-girl sexy time, so I hope this film can get it together, stat!
Today in Lesbianish TV: *The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Talking Liberally with Stephanie Miller (Current 9 a.m.), D.E.B.S. (Starz InBlack 11:10 a.m.), Primary Colors (Cinemax 11:40 a.m.), *Living Single (TV One 12 p.m.), *Roseanne (We 12:30 p.m.), All My Children (OWN 1 p.m.), The Talk (CBS 2 p.m.),*Secrets of a Restaurant Chef (Food Network 2 p.m.), Aileen: Life and Death of a Killer (Current 2 p.m.), *Friends (TBS 4 p.m.), Orlando (Sundance 4:15 p.m.), *Degrassi (TeenNick 5 p.m.), Glee Live in Concert (HBO Family 5:35 p.m.), Election (HBO2 6:15 p.m.), Jane Velez-Mitchell (HLN 7 p.m.), *Glee (Fox 8 p.m.), The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Starz Edge 8:20 p.m.), The Rachel Maddow Show (MSNBC 9 p.m.), Degrassi (TeenNick 9 p.m.), *Family S.O.S. with Jo Frost (DFH 9 p.m.), Real Housewives of New Jersey (Bravo 9:45 p.m.), Chef Wanted with Anne Burrell (Food Network 10 p.m.), Hollywood Game Night (NBC 10 p.m.), the xx on Later… with Jools Holland (Palladia 10 p.m.), Rookie Blue (ABC 10:01 p.m.), Under the Tuscan Sun (Starz 10:50 p.m.), Chelsea Lately (E! 11 p.m.), *House (Ion 11 p.m.), *True Blood (HBO 12 a.m.), Nine for IX “Swoopes” (ESPN U 12 a.m.) (Thanks Roni!)