The Kids Are All Right

The native Texan, who also appeared in the Oscar-nominated movie "The Kids Are All Right," was shot in a Dallas suburb.
"These stories will be from children raised by LGBTQ+ parent(s), and I want to hear every situation possible."
You read every book on parenting, but you're still frightened your kid is going to grow up to resent you. After all, the family unit is no longer. What can you do? The answer is simple.
Not every gay character needs to be defined by his or her sexuality. Can't being gay just be one stitch in the fabric of someone's life? In movies, can't we depict men and women who just so happen to be gay -- perhaps a lawyer or soldier or business executive or scientist or engineer?
Cholodenko, who wrote and directed the film starring Julianne Moore and Annette Bening, recently turned in a draft script
When Kristen Wiig goes looking for lady co-stars, well, Hollywood now knows to listen. Deadline reports that Bening will
That's the case here in Gus Van Sant's "Restless," the story of a teen, played by Henry Hopper, who is followed by the ghost
Robbins will soon appear in his own superhero flick, playing Senator Hammond in this summer's "Green Lantern." The Oscar
Prior to the show (on that cold red carpet) and during, I caught up with some of the nominees and attendees and chatted about the awards and their respective projects.
If justice is served in Hollywood tonight, the people and films I predict in this video are the ones who will take home Oscars.