Last night, the 25th annual GLAAD Media Awards were held in Beverly Hills at the Beverly Hilton hotel with GLAAD (The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation) honoring those who have gone above and beyond spreading positive LGBT messages. The next GLAAD Media Awards will be held on May 3rd in New York City at […]
Elton John will make his Emmy debut with a tribute to the late Liberace, who was the subject of this year’s most-honored TV movie, “Behind the Candelabra” on HBO.
Matt Damon and Michael Douglas won’t just be competing for an Emmy. They’ll be handing one out, too.
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The Oscar-winning actor, who played the gay entertainer Liberace in HBO’s “Behind the Candelabra,” was asked in an interview with ShortList.com if he thinks the public would accept a gay actor playing a straight man.
Writer-director Ira Sachs, who received great acclaim and an Independent Spirit Award nomination for his most recent film “Keep the Lights On,” has signed Cheyenne Jackson to be in new movie.
Boy, Rob Lowe sure was quite a sight in HBO’s “Behind the Candelabra.” As Liberace’s plastic surgeon Dr. Startz, Rob underwent quite a physical transformation with a wig and his face not the handsome mug we are used to seeing on such shows as “Parks & Recreation,” “Brothers & Sisters” and “The West Wing.”
A healthy number of HBO subscribers were curious about Michael Douglas’ performance as Liberace in the TV movie “Behind the Candelabra.”
CANNES, France (AP) — The annual Cannes festival on the French Riviera is the grandest platform in the world for the highest ambitions of film, a place where the art form is worshipped with wild passion and adoring reverence. Movies are projected pristinely in regal theaters, where they’re greeted by the world’s cinephiles with feverish […]
In the new film “Behind the Candelabra,” veteran entertainer Debbie Reynolds has just three major scenes to flesh out one of the most complicated figures in piano-playing showman Liberace’s life: his loving but sometimes manipulative mother Frances.