So how did this movie wind up getting that honor? However, the studio that released the film, Miramax, then run by Bob and Harvey Weinstein and owned by Disney, ordered 40 minutes removed from the minute film as well as 30 minutes of new scenes. Not even close.
Parent article: List of gay, lesbian or bisexual people ; Siblings:. This is a partial list of confirmed famous people who were or are gaylesbian or bisexual. Famous people who are simply rumored to be gay, lesbian or bisexual, are not listed.
So many times, movies have shied away from gay issues, usually because of a fear that such things would upset the masses and hurt the box office. The result was a parade of sanitized, asexual films that sometimes failed with the public anyway because they lacked guts and integrity. Here are some of the most glaring de-gayings in film history. But the movie—which starred Ryan Phillippe as an upwardly mobile bartender—had been basically disemboweled and removed of its beating heart, so it was bound to fail.
The Rams will be without Greg Zuerlein for the rest of the season. Zuerlein has been playing through a back injury all season, and McVay labeled it a herniated disk. As for the replacement effort, Sam Ficken won quite the derby despite having no NFL kicking experience.
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Peter Wyngarde was one of the biggest names in TV in the mid s but he hid his homosexuality and when it was exposed it signaled the end of his career. Jason King with his '70s sideburns, bouffant hair and bushy moustache was the only TV detective who sipped vintage booze while catching villains. Often dressed in a head- turning silk suit and cravat he would down large portions of alcohol at the wheel of a posh Bentley as he chased the bad guys. Small wonder then that Mike Myers based his hugely successful spoof spy Austen Powers on the moustached sleuth who could seduce continental beauties at the drop of his felt hat.
This morning's Daily News blind item —on a divorced comic star exploring a "groovy" new persona as an openly gay man—was as obvious as they get. Some of you commenters told us that the guy we were all guessing, Mike Myers, star of the "groovy baby" catchphrase-apalooza Austin Powers films and the current dud The Love Guruhas been out 'n proud in Toronto for years. Fair enough. We're not sure why it is that the Daily News would bother featuring this as a "blind item" only to use such dead giveaway clues, other than that they it would be too gauche to "out" Myers, um, outright.