You gotta figure any actor in town wants to get involved in a Ryan Murphy project. Just ask the cast of “Glee” or “American Horror Story.” Cheyenne Jackson, the newly-single Broadway star with a growing TV and film resume has been added to the cast of Open, a pilot Murphy is doing for HBO.
The show has been on hiatus for several weeks since the airing of the Cory Monteith tribute, “The Quarterback,” and looks to be returning with a strong episode.
Is there anything more despicable than parents of LGBT youth who choose to throw their kids into the streets rather than love them and try to understand who they really are?
With Charlie Hunnam now out as the male lead in “Fifty Shades of Grey,” support for USA Network star Matt Bomer to be cast in the role has been growing.
The star of the wildly successful “Hunger Games” franchise, whose second installment, “Catching Fire,” is due out this month, talks with OUT’s Shana Naomi Krochmal for the magazine’s November 2013 cover story about sexuality, how the best thing for his Hunger Games character might be a threesome, and the mission of the youth organization he […]
The HBO miniseries “Behind the Candelabra” about the romance between Liberace and Scott Thorson won eight awards including two for make-up as well as wins for hairstyling, costumes, casting and single-camera picture editing.
The brilliant Emmy winning actor Leslie Jordan (Will & Grace, Sordid Lives, Southern Baptist Sissies) shared some wonderful news via Facebook today: He has joined the cast of American Horror Story.
The former star of “Prison Break” who is now also a successful screenwriter, made clear he is a gay man in a letter rejecting an invite to a film festival in Russia.
Gabriel Mann’s bisexual character of Nolan Ross on ABC’s “Revenge” is likely to go back to being involved with men during the coming season.
merican runner Nick Symmonds, an established LGBT ally, had vowed not to get political during the World Track and Field Championships in Moscow this week.