Hollywood Inside And Out

From the silver screen to the flat screen, get the information you need from behind the scenes all with a GLBT prospective. New releases, who’s coming out, who’s not; Hollywood From the Inside has you covered.

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Hollywood Inside and Out: February 4, 2016

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Hollywood Inside and Out: January 28, 2016

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Hollywood Inside and Out: 1/21/16

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Hollywood Inside and Out: January 14, 2016

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Hollywood Inside and Out: January 7, 2016

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Hollywood Inside and Out: 12/31/15

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Hollywood Inside and Out: December 10, 2015

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Hollywood Inside and Out: November 24, 2015

“He used to get quite aroused whenever I got on his back.” – Michael Fassbender talks about his experience horseback riding in “Jane Eyre”.  It’s probably the only time a horse saw someone better endowed, as you can see on BillyMasters.com. We’ve all heard that drinking red wine is good for you.  Some studies state […]

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Hollywood Inside and Out: November 12, 2015

“I decided a long time ago that it was my responsibility as a biographer to invade a person’s privacy.” – J. Randy Taraborrelli shares his philosophy while being interviewed about his latest blockbuster, “Becoming Beyoncé: The Untold Story”.  After 13 “New York Times” best sellers, I think he’s earned the right to do whatever the […]

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Hollywood Inside and Out: October 29, 2015

“20/20” recently had a story about “affluenza” – a term used to defend the actions of rotten, spoiled, rich kids.  This made me think of “King Lear”.  For those of you less literary types (and thank God for you), let me explain.  King Lear had three daughters.  On their own, they had no money, no […]

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Hollywood Inside and Out: October 15, 2015

“I’d rather be too tight than too loose.” – Tom Daley tells the guy putting a harness on him for bungee jumping.  When you think about it, that’s really good advice for a myriad of reasons – especially for a lad in his early 20s.  Once you get a bit older, your options dwindle significantly. […]

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Hollywood Inside and Out: October 1, 2015

“Honestly, I’ll make out with anyone who’s willing.  I brought my own lube.  I don’t know if that’s something that interests anyone but, yeah, I’ll do it with literally anyone.” – Amy Schumer’s backstage quip at the Emmys.  Sounds like the press room was funnier than the actual show! How many times have you read […]

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Need Wood: Fat Men Need Love Too!

Hey Woody! My boyfriend and I are, ahm, “weight-challenged.”    We didn’t used to be that way, but we got older, stopped going to the gym and next thing we knew, we started smelling like bacon when it got past 90 degrees.  Skip the motivational speeches about getting shape—we’re trying.  My question is, until we “try” […]

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Hollywood Inside and Out: September 17, 2015

“As time has gone on, I think a lot of people on this issue have really changed their thinking here to, ‘I don’t ever want to stand in front of anybody’s happiness.’   That’s not my job.” – Caitlyn Jenner tells Ellen DeGeneres how her feelings about gay marriage have evolved.  What a difference a couple […]

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Hollywood Inside and Out: September 3, 2015

filth – disgustingly offensive dirt, garbage, anything viewed as grossly indecent or obscene. That’s how Mr. Webster defines “filth”, and who would argue with him?  With that definition and those words, this column was launched 20 years ago.  Back then, it was called “Filth” and it was supposed to be a temporary gig.  But here […]