Ryan Phillippe told The Advocate in an interview back in 2010 that there is an uncut version of his 1998 film '54' that features a kiss between him and Breckin Meyer. Well that kiss has now found it's way to the internet. The uncut version was never released, so the quality of this video is pretty poor. Worth checking it out just to remind ourselves just how hot Ryan Philippe was way back then........
Canadian filmmaker Bruce LaBruce has been one of the more notable cinematic provocateurs of the last couple of decades. His latest offering, Gerontophilia, might be his most conservative film yet as it attracted only an R rating. Gerontophilia is a tender tale of the intimate bond between a teenage nursing home attendant and an elderly resident.
Here is a synopsis of Gerontophilia from Toronto International Film Festival.
The hero, Lake (Pier-Gabriel Lajoie), has been in a straight relationship with Désirée (2011 TIFF Rising Star Katie Boland) for a while. But lately he finds himself paying special attention to some of the older male clientele where he works (reluctantly) as a lifeguard. When one of the swimmers nearly drowns, Lake rescues him, but in a manner that's, well, a little too enthusiastic — and Lake must finally acknowledge his own desires. Luckily for him, his mother gets him hired at a seniors' home, where he meets Mr. Peabody (Walter Borden). Sparks fly — and soon Peabody and Lake are faced with some tough choices.Check out a clip from Gerontophilia after the jump.
The first full trailer was released for Daniel Radcliffe’s new film Kill Your Darlings.
Kill Your Darlings follows Allen Ginsberg (played by Radcliffe) during the gay beat poet’s early years at Columbia University.
Watch the trailer after the jump.
The final trailer for the highly anticipated Superman flick, Man of Steel, is out. Check it out after the jump. Man of Steel will be hitting theaters Friday, June 14.
There's a new international trailer for The Wolverine aka Wolverine 2, the upcoming superhero movie directed by James Mangold based on a script he co-wrote with Christopher McQuarrie, and if you're thinking about skipping it, consider for a moment that it does include Logan fighting against ninjas riding motorcycles. Yup you read right. Ninja riding motorcycles.
Check out the new international trailer for The Wolverine after the jump.
Check out the Kickstart campaign trailer for 'Where We Belong' after the jump. For complete info on their Kickstart campaign, click here.
Marvel has released the first trailer for Thor 2: The Dark World. The trailer sees Thor battle an ancient race of Dark Elves led by the vengeful Malekith who threatens to plunge the universe back into darkness after the events of The Avengers.
I love it... and I really admire whoever that decided the first trailer for this film should include Thor falling on the ground and going 'Noooooo,' Darth Vader-style. This is so going to be epic........
Thor: The Dark World is released in cinemas on 8 November.
A new 3 minute trailer has arrived for the highly-anticipated Superman reboot, 'Man Of Steel'. Directed by Zack Snyder and produced by Christopher Nolan, 'Man of Steel' stars Henry Cavill in the classic DC Comics tale of a man who uses his extraordinary powers to save the world from annihilation and become the symbol of hope for all mankind.
Check out the trailer after the jump.
According to upcoming teen flick G.B.F., the newest must-have teen girl 'accessory' is a gay best friend. G.B.F. revolves around the bitter fight between three teen queens to snag the ultimate accessory - Tanner, the school’s first openly gay student.
Here is a synopsis from IndieWire.
Directed by Darren Stein ("Jawbreaker"), our story begins when Tanner (Michael J. Willett) is outed and the most popular girls in school launch an all-out social war to win his friendship, and be the first to claim the ultimate must-have teen accessory: A G.B.F. (Gay Best Friend). As prom approaches, Tanner's must choose between skyrocketing popularity and leaving his old friends in the dust. Meanwhile his former best friend Brent (Paul Iacono) remains closeted and stews in jealousy as he fends off the embarrassing outreach attempts made by his overly-accepting mom (Megan Mullally).
G.B.F. is set to premiere at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival. Check out the trailer after the jump.
Here's the first trailer for HBO's Liberace biopic Behind the Candelabra. The Steven Soderbergh directed film won hands down in my books for fabulous visuals with Matt Damon emerging slowly from a swimming pool in a speedo.
The film is based on Scott Thorson's book of the same name which recounts his tempestuous six-year romantic relationship with Liberace which ended bitterly. Michael Douglas plays Liberace and Matt Damon portrays Scott Thorson, the unlikely paramour of the late, great entertainer, which will premiere May 26. From the looks of the latest trailer, that relationship was super-creepy. Check out the trailer after the jump.
A new TV spot for J.J. Abrams' Star Trek Into Darkness aired in the U.S during the season 3 finale of 'The Walking Dead' on Sunday night
The action-packed 60-second spot marks the beginning of Paramount Pictures' advertising campaign for Star Trek Into Darkness. Star Trek Into Darkness is set to hit theaters on May 17 in the U.S. Check out the TV spot after the jump.
My favourite half god is back! Check out the first trailer for Logan Lerman's Percy Jackson & The Sea of Monsters. The highly anticipated sequel to 2010's Percy Jackson and the Lightning Thief, we follow Percy and his half-immortal buddies to the mythical land known as Sea of Monsters (conveniently located at the Bermuda Triangle) to retrieve a golden fleece that is essential in protecting their home, Camp Half-Blood.
The trailer looks pretty good but I could be bias as I am a sucker for anything with Logan Lerman in it. Percy Jackson & The Sea of Monsters comes to theaters on August 16 this year. Check out the trailer after the jump.
Hugh Jackman and his humongous sideburns are back for the latest adaptation from the X-Men franchise. 'Immortal Wolverine' sequel to 'X-Men Origins: Wolverine' will premiere on July 26 and the trailer promises plenty of action. Check it out after the jump.
Check out Radcliffe’s interview below.
Daniel Radcliffe seems to be determined to distant himself further from his Harry Potter image with his portrayal of the gay New York poet Allen Ginsberg in John Krokidas's feature film debut Kill Your Darlings, which had its world premiere at Sundance Friday.
The film is set to shock some viewers with its explicit content with Radcliffe baring all for a number of sex scenes.
Krokidas's story is based on a true event. It follows Ginsberg as he matriculates at Columbia and falls in love with Lucien Carr (Dane DeHaan), a fellow student who was already romantically involved with an older man named David Kammerer (played by a redheaded and bearded Michael C. Hall).