A list of films released this year containing male nudity. TV shows too. You’re welcome.
Category archive: Television
Jimmy Kimmel Live asks the burning question to LGBT in Los Angeles in this all too short video clip. What was yours?
DC Comics released the full episode of the previously unaired episode of Powerless featuring a guest starring role by the late Adam West. Enjoy.
Check out a clip from this the TV show about life at the iconic Fire Island
Personally, we’d like to see this come back on Netflix or something like that and bit a little racier, what do you think?
“Eric Andre Bisexual” is the huge news–ok not Donald Trump “huuuuuuge”, but major news–in Towleroad’s exclusive interview with the Adult Swim star.
It’s been nearly 14 years since Firefly went off the air after only a single season on Fox, but the Browncoats have remained dedicated to seeing the franchise return.
Here’s a list of some of the notable people who died in 2016 so far
Joe Alaskey, animation voice actor (Looney Toons)
Edward Albee, writer
Max Alexander, comedian (Trainwreck)
Muhammad Ali, boxer
Rene Angelil, manager
Alexis Arquette, actress (Pulp Fiction)
Hector Babenco, director (Kiss of the Spiderwpman)
Kenny Baker, R2D2
Andy Bathgate, hockey player
David Bowie, singer and actor
Dave Broadfoot, comedian (Royal Canadian Air Farce)
Fred Caruso, film writer director (Big Gay Musical)
Fidel Castro, dictator
Michael Cimino, film director (The Deer Hunter)
Dawn Coe-Jones, golfer
Leonard Cohen, singer songwriter (Hallelujah)
Bud Collins, sports broadcaster
Pat Conroy, novelist
Darwin Cooke, comic book artist (The Spirit)
Ronnie Corbett, comedian
Kevin Curran, writer (Married With Children, The Simpsons)
Bobby Curtola, singer
Rod Daniel, film director
Gloria DeHaven, actress (Summer Stock)
Nancy Dow, actress, mother to Jennifer Aniston
The Lady Chablis, actress
Larry Drake, actor (Darkman)
Alice Drummond, actress (Ghostbusters)
Patty Duke, actress
Umberto Eco, novelist
Bob Elliott, comedian, father of Chris Elliot (Bob and Ray)
Keith Emerson, musician (ELP)
Joey Feek, country singer
Fyvush Finkel, actor (Picket Fences)
Frank Finlay, actor (The Three Musketeers)
Rob Ford, mayor
Pete Fountain, musician
Glenn Frey, musician (The Eagles)
Joe Garagiola Sr, sportscaster and ball player
George Gaynes, actor (Punky Brewster)
David Gest, TV producer
Christina Gimmie, singer (The Voice)
Ron Glass, actor (Barney Miller, Firefly)
John Glenn, astronaut and senator
Tammy Grimes, actress (High Spirits)
Ann Morgan Guilbert, actress (Dick Van Dyke Show, The Nanny)
Merle Haggard, singer
Dan Haggerty, actor (Grizzly Adams)
Guy Hamilton, film director
Pat Harrington Jr., actor (One Day at a Time)
Eddie Harsch, musician (The Black Crowns)
Fred Hayman, fashion retailer
Florence Henderson, actress (The Brady Bunch)
Arthur Hiller, director (Love Story)
Gordie Howe, hockey player
David Huddleston, actor
Sharon Jones, singer
Paul Kantner, musician
George Kennedy, actor
Mary Ann King, TV host (Romper Room)
WP Kinsella, writer
Greg Lake, Emerson Lake and Palmer
Julius LaRosa, singer
Harper Lee, novelist
Ron Lester, actor (Varsity Blues)
Richard Libertini, actor
David Marguiles, actor (Ghostbusters)
Garry Marshall, actor and director (Pretty Woman)
Leslie H Martinsen, director (Batman: The Movie)
John McMartin, actor
Michael McNamara, writer
David Mirra, BMX rider
Noel Neill, actress (Superman)
Agnes Nixon, soap opera creator
James Noble, actor (Benson)
Bill Nunn, actor
Hugh O’Brian, actor (Legend of Wyatt Earp)
Arnold Palmer, golfer
Shimon Peres, Israeli President and PM
Jon Polito, character actor (Barton Fink)
Nancy Reagan, actress
Janet Reno, US Attorney General
Alan Rickman, actor (Galaxy Quest)
Doris Roberts, actress (Everybody Loves Raymond)
Leon Russell, musician
Morley Safer, journalist (60 Minutes)
Theresa Saldana, actress (Raging Bull)
Joe Santos, actor (Rockford Files)
William Schallert, character actor
Ettore Scola, director
Xander Scott, gay porn actor
Sir Peter Shaffer, playwright, screenwriter (Amadeus)
Garry Shandling, comedian (Larry Sanders Show)
Frank Sinatra Jr., singer
Douglas Slocombe, cinematographer
Will Smith, football player
Kay Starr, singer
Robert Stigwood, film producer (Grease)
Alan Thicke, actor singer composer (Growing Pains, Thicke of The Night)
Grant Tinker, TV Producer (MTM)
Peter Vaughan, (Game of Thrones)
Robert Vaughn, actor (Man from UNCLE)
Abe Vigoda, actor (Barney Miller, Fish)
Janet Waldo, voice actress (Judy Jetson, Penelope Pitstop, Josie of the Pussycats)
Fritz Weaver, actor (Fail Safe)
Papa Wemba, singer
Maurice White, musician (Earth Wind and Fire)
Margaret Whitton, actress (Major Leauge)
Gene Wilder, actor (Young Frankenstein)
Van Williams, actor (Green Hornet)
Janet Wright, actress (Corner Gas)
Anton Yelchin, actor (Star Trek)
Alan Young, actor (Mr. Ed)купить дешевый планшет с 3g24option broker reviewбесплатный онлайн чатнедорогие ноутбуки в москвеПериферийные устройстваFREE ANONYMIZERhttp://vo.org.ua/tv-online
Pick up some tips from Nyle DiMarco and his “DWTS” dance partner, Peta Murgatroyd — masters at dancing their way out of awkward situations.
It’s the year of Hamilton. The nominees for the American Theatre Wing’s Tony Awards, presented by The Broadway League and the American Theatre Wing. Announced by Nikki M James and Andrew Rannells.
Read the list of nominees here: The Tony Award Nominees – TonyAwards.com http://andrew%20rannells%20shirtless
London Spy, BBC America’s new miniseries, will draw you into its web of lies, too. London Spy is slow to start, truth be told. In the utter glut of very-good-TV out there, the standards have become so high that nitpicking almost feels inevitable.
Last Sunday on The Simpsons… The writer from The Simpsons who came up with the coming out story for regular character Smithers says that the plot line was inspired by his own son’s coming out.
Graham Norton posted a supercut of celebrities from his show imitating other celebrities, taking on accents, and showing off their dialectical skills.
Look back on the television history of the LGBT community via the art form that is the opening credit sequence in our video gallery compilation
Wondering who is nominated in one of the many Golden Globe categories this year? Click here to view the list of nominations from the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.
Emory Cohen of “Brooklyn” had the best dimpled smile but there’s no category for that on this show. More of an MTV Award I guess.
Kate McKinnon is at her comedic best here playing an alien abductee who got the short end of the stick in this newly minted classic sketch featuring Ryan Gosling and others breaking.
James Corden receives what we’ve always wanted, a passionate kiss from Joseph Gordon-Levitt. Such a handsome, confident, cool actor and he kisses with great force.
Here’s a first look at the new CW series from the DC Universe
Andy Cohen dishes on the spark that did not light between himself and Anderson Cooper. Amber Rose gets to the bottom of this sad story.
Billy Eichner is taking time away from filming “Difficult People” for Hulu for another season of “Billy on The Street” with guests such as Tiny Fey and Anderson Cooper.