DarkShadows

Eleven ‘Dark Shadows’ Actors You Probably Didn’t Know Were Gay

Entertainment  

Dark Shadows, an American Gothic soap opera premiered on ABCTV on June 27, 1966. For the next five years, it ruled daytime TV and became one of the most watched and talked about soap operas in history — presenting vampires, ghosts, werewolves, man-made monsters, zombies, witches and warlocks (something for everyone) to a horror-hungry daytime…

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Versace’s Lover Calls Ricky Martin’s Portrayal In TV Series ‘Ridiculous’

Entertainment  

Anticipation for Ryan Murphy’s American Crime Story: The Assassination of Gianni Versace,which examines the 1997 murder of the fashion designer, is extremely high. After all, the first season’s The People Vs. O.J. Simpson was a huge hit and won nine Emmy Awards and the latest features an all-star cast, including Edgar Ramirez, Penelope Cruz and…

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Your Next Career: Food Pornographer

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Do you post every single appetizer, entree, cocktail, dessert onto Instagram, annoying the f@&$ out of your friends? Imagine making a lucrative career by fetishizing foodstuffs – shooting and sharing every sticky, creamy, gooey, dripping, oozing, succulent morsel. Just out of college, 22-year-old Justin Schuble (right) has been hailed as “one of the most powerful”…

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Mario Cantone Resurrects The Mooch To Scorch “Smelly” Trump Team

Comedy  

When beleaguered (to use a fave word of the president’s) White House communications director Anthony “the Mooch” Scaramucci was relieved of his duties this week after a mere 10 days on the job, our thoughts immediately turned to Mario Cantone. The comic actor, an Italian-American like Scaramucci, seemed a natural to portray the lively financier-turned-politician…

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‘Call Me By Your Name’ Trailer Will Leave You Hungry For More

Entertainment  

It’s a good feeling to lavish hopeful praise and expectation on a film nowadays, and that’s easy to do after viewing the trailer for Call Me by Your Name. There’s so much potential and talent is packed into this one: Director Luca Guadagnino (who helmed the jaw-dropping I Am Love with Tilda Swinton), sumptuous cinematography…

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Roseanne Reboot Will Feature A Gender Creative Child

Entertainment  

When Roseanne aired on ABC between 1988-97, it was often hailed for its groundbreaking story lines, characters and water cooler moments (remember Roseanne’s kiss with Mariel Hemingway?). Now that the network is rebooting the sitcom, there’s no reason to change a formula that worked. Showbiz411 reports that among the new characters that will be added are…

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Maxine Waters Gets The Gospel And Dance Anthems She Deserves

Politics  

Self-described strong black woman Maxine Waters is many, many things. The 78-year-old Congresswoman from California is first and foremost a very outspoken critic of the current president and she’s a fearless politician who does not suffer fools nor does she allow mere mortals to waste her time. Take, for instance, her recent questioning of Treasury…

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Kathy Griffin Shaves Head In Solidarity With Sister Fighting Cancer

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Longtime LGBTQ ally and uncensorable funny lady Kathy Griffin recently put up her dukes for what seemed like the toughest fight of her career when she tousled with President Trump supporters over a provocative photo shoot that showed her holding the bloody severed head of 45. Now she appears to be involved in an even…

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