Good morning, guys! I’m happy to be back Brewing for you but thanks so much to Heather Hogan for taking over while I was at TCA.
Blue is the Warmest Color will be playing at the Toronto International Film Festival this fall. Also at the fest: Violette, a film about bisexual writer Violette Leduc and her friendship with Simone de Beauvoir. Emmanuelle Devos plays the title character.
Emily Rios, who plays a lesbian reporter on The Bridge, talked with Examiner about finding great Latina roles and why she auditioned for Devious Maids despite having strong feelings about the show’s stereotypes.
Orange is the New Black author Piper Kerman and actors Kate Mulgrew, Laverne Cox, and Uzo Aduba went on Melissa Harris-Perry this weekend to discuss the groundbreaking series.
I talked with executive producer Betsy Beers and Sara Ramirez herself, and nothing sounded divorce-driven. Those interviews will be coming soon!
Out Voice veteran Michelle Chamuel told fans she’s in the studio and planning to release some new music next month.
The Rachel Maddow Show blog posted Rachel’s entire SXSW appearance audio from this spring in case you weren’t there to hear it. (I wasn’t!)
Lindsay Lohan joked about Harry Styles‘ bisexual rumors while hosting Chelsea Lately saying “I’ve been there.” I wish she would have started singing her hit song “Rumors.” MISSED OPPORTUNITY.
The rumor mill has it Selena Gomez was kissing a girl at the clerb. The story does not say if it was really just Justin Bieber.
Tatiana Maslany is featured in EW’s Young Hollywood issue, where she said she uses music playlists to help her get into every different one of her clone characters. Cosima’s music is “Grimes and electro/Diplo music.” No Ani DiFranco?
Cynthia Nixon attended the VH1 Do Something Awards last week to honor Jesse Tyler Ferguson for his work to achieve marriage equality. WERK!