King Cobra which comes out next month is based on the early rise of gay porn headliner Sean Paul Lockhart a.k.a. Brent Corrigan. The movie trailer has just become available so I’ve posted it below to share.
According to its IMDB page the movie is about “Sean Paul Lockhart a.k.a. Brent Corrigan before his falling out with the producer, Stephen, played by Christian Slater who made him famous. When Sean decides he’d be better off a free agent, a cash-strapped pair of rival producers aim to cash in by any means possible.”
King Cobra has an impressive cast including James Franco, Christian Slater, Molly Ringwald, Alicia Silverstone Garrett Clayton and Keegan Allen. Look for King Cobra in theaters starting Friday, October 21st.
For all you Russell Tovey fans who miss seeing him on HBO’s Looking there is a new movie coming out where he plays a closeted gay footballer (that’s soccer for all of us here in the States). The film, The Passs, co-stars the very handsome Arinzé Kene.
The film takes on the story of a closeted player in three segments, one taking place every five years in the player’s life, as he grows from a teenager to an athlete in the Champions League. Check out the new movie trailer.
I hope Boston’s gay film festival a.k.a., Wicked Queer Film Festival, March 30 – April 9, will include this in their line up.
More than 100 lesbian couples plan to tie the knot or renew their wedding vows one month from today on Saturday, October 15, 2016 in Provincetown.
The group wedding scheduled during Provincetown’s annual 32nd Women’s Festival will be officiated by Ptown regular, Kate Clinton. If there are at least 100 couples married, the brides and the event will become part of recorded history through our application to the Guinness Book of World Records.
Click here for more information about Bride Pride 2016
Following yesterday’s somber reflections, I thought I’d share And Still I Rise from Maya Angelou. While I understand the poem has nothing to do with the tragedy of September 11th I find it inspiring and full of hope.
Earlier this month Chris Thompson, a vlogger I enjoy following on YouTube, taped his first experience using a bidet.
His clip was both hilarious and timely since Sergio and I are currently in Europe where bidets are in every bathroom. My favorite part of the quick clip comes when he initially turns on the bidet and the “lesson learned” that he shares.
If you liked Chris’ video, check out his YouTube channel: Sup Daily.
Did you happen to see this video, Top 10 Decade Defining Fashion Trends of the 1990s? If you grew up in that decade you’ll likely remember (and possibly wince) at the memory of several of these trends that you may have fallen victim to.
Much thanks for everyone’s patience with me posting this year’s video. It took us a couple days to decompress after so much fun in Provincetown.
I’d also like to thank Sergio for all his help before, during and after Carnival as well as my friend Kyle Szary who shared many of his excellent photos for this video. Lastly, thank you to everyone who was nice enough to pose and emailed me their group photographs.
We look forward to seeing everyone next year when Provincetown Carnival’s theme will be Gods & Goddesses.