Marsden has long been a gay fave because he’s a model handsome actor who is gay-friendly and has appeared in such films as The Notebook, 27 Dresses,X-Men, Enchanted,The D Train, Hairspray, The Butler andAnchorman 2 amongothers.
Marsden starred as gunslinger Teddy Flood, a sentient android, in the HBO science fiction series Westworld, as part of the main ensemble. He also plays Steve Wood in the Netflix dark comedy series, Dead to Me and is set star in Paramount’s upcoming film Sonic the Hedgehog and joined CBS All Access TV mini series The Stand. He will also be seen in the FX miniseries Mrs.America to debut in the spring of 2020
Does he know how good looking he is?
“I know I have a face like a model,” Marsden told Out Magazine last year. “But I’m actually just a goofy drama nerd underneath.”
Filmmakers David Brind and Adam Salky, who brought us the award-winning classic short film Dare, are back with the highly anticipated sequel. The Dare Project is a first of its kind short film, combining the original short together with its brand new follow-up, shot 15 years later, from the same cast and creative team.
It will premiere on demand on Sept. 24.
Dare told the story of Johnny and Ben, two very different high school boys who come unexpectedly together one night in a confluence of champagne, a swimming pool and adolescent bravado. They are played by Michael Cassidy and Adam Fleming.
The original short debuted on the film festival circuit in 2005, played over 50 festivals globally and won several grand jury and audience awards. It also became the lead-off and cover image short for Strand Releasing’s Boys Life 5, the fifth edition in their popular and critically acclaimed Boys Life short film series and was also distributed by the Logo network as one of its most popular gay-themed shorts. It has had more than 13 million views.
The Dare Project is historic because it is the first short film ever to bring back the original cast and creative team. Ben and Johnny, now in their early 30s fortuitously run into each other at a party in Los Angeles after not seeing each other since high school, where they shared one slightly dangerous, very sexy, boundary-pushing night in a swimming pool. Is their connection still alive, and what do they do about it?
John Ritter, who left us far too soon, was born 71 years ago today.
Thanks to reruns, we get to see him all the time at the peak of his career – and his physical beauty – on Three’s Company.
What a handsome guy!
John died in September 2003 less than a week before what would have been his 55th birthday.
I had interviewed him the previous month for a cover profile for Orange Coast Magazine that was on the stands when his shocking death occurred.
John is best known, of course, for his eight seasons as Jack Tripper on Three’s Company and played the role for one season on the spinoff Three’s a Crowd.
He won an Emmy for his performance as Tripper and was nominated for one for his follow-up series Hooperman. He went on to star for three seasons of the sitcom Hearts Afire and had found success again with the ABC hit Eight Simple Rules for Dating my Teenage Daughter. The show was inn its second season when he died.
It all began when the then-wife of director Howard Hawks saw a young model named Betty Bacall on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar.
She was soon flown to Hollywood, screen tested and cast opposite Humphrey Bogart in 1944′s To Have and Have Not.
Bacall, whose name was changed to Lauren, became an overnight star and Mrs. Humphrey Bogart.
What followed were 70 uninterrupted years of fame as she starred in such films as The Big Sleep, Key Largo, Written on the Wind, How to Marry a Millionaire, Designing Woman, Dark Passage, Blood Alley, Murder on the Orient Express, The Shootist, The Fan, The Portrait, Ready to Wear, Misery, Diamonds, and The Mirror has Two Faces, among many others. She received an honorary Academy Award for her film career and two Tony Awards for her work on Broadway where she starred in the long-running hits Applause, Woman of the Year, and Cactus Flower.
Miss Bacall, mother of a son and daughter from Bogart and a son from second husband Jason Robards Jr., died in 2015 a month before what would have been her 90th birthday.
These photos reflect a life of extraordinary accomplishment and experiences with presidents, royalty,fellow stars, husbands and children – clearly a life lived to the fullest.
These two talented actors, currently shooting the film version of The Boys in the Band, have been popping up in each other’s Instagram with increasing regularity. If they are dating, I completely approve!
For the first time in eight years, Brad Pitt sat down with Ellen, and she admitted she dated one of his ex-girlfriends. Plus, he talked about playing a stuntman in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood opposite Leo DiCaprio, about Dax Shepard’s crush on him, and more. Sean Hayes also guests.
During the first season of the spinoff Rhoda, Mary Tyler Moore appeared in four episodes as a guest star including this one when Mary Richards pops in on Rhoda (and Joe) in NYC unannounced. It leads to some complications but in the end, Rhoda and Mary’s friendship. Moore also appeared in the show’s first episode as she takes Rhoda to the airport, then in an episode where she gets a call from Rhoda with news that she’s getting married to Joe. And finally, Mary was featured prominently in the one-hour episode where Rhoda and Joe get married. Love the chemistry between Moore and the late, great Valerie Harper.