The latest iteration of Star Wars: Battlefront arrived November 17 2015. Have fun. Don’t turn to the dark side.
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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.
Have you heard of nutscaping? This meme of sorts has garnered a bit of attention on the internet and Graham Norton decided to explain the phenomenon to his unsuspecting guests Bradley Cooper and Sienna Miller, both of whom had had never heard of it before.
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Last year, we wrote a comic book about two guys who hook up one night and get stuck together while fisting. It was a freak accident that caused them to have to go through life stuck together. Kind of like “The Defiant Ones” but with butt stuff … enjoy this funny romp now online for free in its entirety. Please tweet us with your comments.
Here’s who’s shot and who’s not for the calendar year 2015.
King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia
Kinya Aikawa, actor (Speed Racer)
Patrick H. Adkins, author
Lynn Anderson, singer
Tariz Aziz, Iraqi Foreign Minister
Jim Bailey, drag impersonator
Ernie Banks, baseball player
George Barris, 1960s Batmobile designer
Harve Bennet, producer (Star Trek)
Yogi Berra, baseball player and manager (New York Yankees and Mets)
Jim Berry, cartoonist (Berry’s World)
James Best, actor (Dukes of Hazzard)
Leon Bibb, folk singer
Beau Biden, Delaware Attorney General
Theodore Bikel, actor (Fiddler on the Roof)
Michael Blake, screenwriter (Dances With Wolves)
Julian Bond, civil rights activist
Sarah Brady, gun control activist and wife of James Brady
Fredric Brandt, celebrity dermatologist
Edward Brooke, first elected black US Senator
Martin E. Brooks, actor (Six Million Dollar Man)
Bobbie Kristina Brown
Errol Brown, singer (Hot Chocolate)
Vincent Bugliosi, attorney and author (Helter Skelter)
Bob Burns, drummer (Lynyrd Skynyrd)
Updated. Here’s a list of who came out as LGBT in 2015, either quietly by getting married or making a post etc, or by more visibly by making a press tour out of it.
Faustina Agolley, TV host (The Voice Australia)
Guy Benson, tv news reporter (Fox News)
Odin Biron, actor (Interns)
Matt Cage, pro wrestler
Lily Rose Depp
Nyle DiMarco, model
Reid Ewing, actor (Modern Family)
Joey Graceffa, YouTube personality
Joel Grey, actor (Cabaret)
Keegan Hirst, UK rugby player
Holland Taylor, actress (Two and A Half Men)
Caitlyn Jenner, Olympian
Gus Kenworthy, Olympian silver medalist
Matt Hatzke, MLS soccer player
Yusuf Mack, boxer
Barry Manilow, singer songwriter
Sarah Paulson, actress (American Horror Story Freakshow)
Vincent Price, actor (confirmed)
Billy Reilich, model
Adam Rippon, figure skater
Jussie Smollett, actor (Empire)
Sam Stanley, UK rugby player
One of my favourite films, this celebrates the troubled history of gay life in cinema from its start to the end of the 20th Century, as gay characters were only starting to emerge as a visible and positive force in society. Narrated by Lily Tomlin. The music moves me every time I see it. With several celebrity cameos and insight into film history for any student of the medium. Here’s the full movie.
A new Broadway musical featuring sign language. As the son of deaf parents, I was curious to see what this would look like and it no doubt appeals to hearing and deaf audiences alike. Check it out.
Disney animation story artists try out the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil to draw Disney characters hands on with the devices.
The music video to the main title track of “Sceptre”, the latest James Bond film features Bond Boy Sam Smith singing “The Writing’s On The Wall”
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.
As the iPhone 6s breaks all smartphone release records, Apple is already turning attention toward the release of the iPhone 7. Click on the source link to read more
Granted it’s only 4.5 inches high but for $149.00 USD you can have one for your very own before the release of Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens. From Sphere. So cool.
If you were lucky enough to find one of Sphero’s wonderful BB-8 toys on Force Friday and are curious how it works, the folks at uBreakiFix were kind enough to hack theirs open to explore its inner workings—so you don’t have to sacrifice yours.
In his eulogy for Mr. Spock, Captain James T. Kirk said, “Of my friend, I can only say this: Of all the souls I have encountered in my travels, his was the most human.” It now appears that William Shatner will have a lot more to say about his friend, in a new biography titled Leonard: A Fifty Year Friendship that is scheduled for a 2016 release.
Yvonne Craig portrayed Batgirl on television and recently passed away. Here’s a montage of her best and worst moment including a fight with Zsa Zsa Gabor.
Love ’em or hate ’em, man buns are a thing. And they’ve officially taken over the most magical place on earth.
♫ Here come the grooms ♫
The poster features art by the legendary artist Drew Struzan, whose work has been featured on posters for everything from the Indiana Jones movies to Blade Runner to Aliens to The Mist, not to mention all six previous Star Wars flicks.
A new film about the start of the gay rights movement that began in a bar called Stonewall. Decide for yourself if the controversy surrounding the film is truly warranted or is truly important and informative. Directed by Roland Emmerich.