Tuesday Briefs: Trevor Donovan on what’s in store for Teddy; Robert Pattinson does Vanity Fair; “Daddy” w/Gerald McCullouch extended!
Happy Tuesday everyone.
So, if you are following the Teddy storyline on 90210 and don’t want to know what is planned for the remainder of the season, then stop reading now. SPOILER ALERT!
Trevor Donovan, the actor who has done such a terrific job in the role, talked to TV Guide and spilled the beans on what is in store for his TV alter-ego who came out of the closet this season.
“Teddy has some revelations and such,” says Trevor. “He used to be such a womanizer and player and he starts to carry that over into his gay life.”
Last week, Teddy met Donovan Marco (Freddie Smith) and they become a couple but not without some hiccups along the way.
Says Trevor: “[Teddy] realizes that he doesn’t know what he wants anymore, so he finds himself in a nice stable relationship, a nice, slow, progressive relationship that goes into the end of the season. So there is a rift, a realization, and then a rendezvous.”
DADDY’S HOME: This is terrific news because it involves the sexy Gerald McCullouch and the wonderful play Daddy.
I attended opening night back in early January at Hudson Mainstage in Hollywood and wrote a review sharing how much I enjoyed the play.
Well, others agree because its original six-week run has just been extended for a second time with the play now running on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through April 10.
It focuses on what happens when newspaper columnist Colin (Gerald McCullouch) falls for Tee, an intern at his newspaper half his age (Ian Verdun) and the impact it has on his relationship with Stewart (Dan Via), a brilliant and witty attorney.
McCullouch and Via have a remarkable chemistry no doubt perfected during the off-Broadway run of the play. It’s just a delight to watch them together in such a well-written piece that is very smart and witty and has some unexpected twists. It’s also refreshing to see a piece that reflects on gay men entering middle age and exploring the idea of family.
Here is a LINK for tickets and more information.
COVER BOY: And finally, here is the latest Vanity Fair cover subject: Robert Pattinson!
Hey, as long as Paris Hilton or Lindsay Lohan aren’t on the cover, I’ve got no complaints.
But I do have a little story about Pattinson that I just remembered. Before the first Twilight flick came out, I encountered him on the red carpet of the VMAs. I had no idea who he was or what Twilight was!
So, I asked him!
He very kindly explained to me the story and the popularity of the books etc. In a matter of months, everyone knew who he was but when I encountered him at the Hollywood Film Festival and he was now quite famous, he was just as nice as before.
Thankfully, my questions were better that second time!