What’s "Too Gay" Today? – Kellen Lutz and Fernando Verdasco In Their Calvins, Sasha Baron Cohen To Play Freddie Mercury, HRC SUCKS AGAIN!, Johnny Depp Loves Male Models, Marky Mark Flexs at 40, and Book of Mormon; The Musical To Open On Broardway!

Sacha Baron Cohen has closed a deal to play Queen front man Freddie Mercury in a film that’s being scripted by Peter Morgan for a 2011 production start.  This is the first time the surviving members of Queen–Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon–have licensed songs and music publishing rights for a movie .  Borat as Freddie?  Well he does look like him.

*  The Human Rights Campaign now blames Prop 8 ruling, NOM for possible Democratic loss of Congress – in fear-based fundraising email. Karen Ocamb: “The problem is – HRC may have just provided opponents of LGBT equality talking points and quotes. Not to mention that HRC is just plain wrong.”  Ah yes, HRC. What canb I possibly say that hasn’t been said about them.  Oh yes.  FUCKTARDS! 

Kellan Lutz (Left) and Fernando Verdasco (Bottom….I wish) mke “package” delieveries  for Calvin Klein.

*  Johnny Depp surrounds  himself with male models in his new upcoming movie The Tourist. (Johnny’s originally from Paducah, KY.  No shit!)

*  Marky Mark Wahlberg almost 40 and still flexing his muscles  as he plays a  ‘boxer’ in his new movie “The Fighter”.  (Who cares about Wahlberg.  Christian Bale is in it!  The Balenator!)

Trey Parker and Matt Stone’s musical comedy Book of Mormon will open March 24th at the Eugene O’Neill Theater. Previews begin February 24th.  (Hahahahaha Joesph Smith……Joesph Smith…..!)


Will Kohler

Will Kohler is a noted LGBT historian, journalist and owner of Back2Stonewall.com. A longtime gay activist, Will fought on the front lines of the AIDS epidemic with ACT-UP and continues fighting today for LGBT acceptance and full equality. Will’s work has been referenced in notable media venues as MSNBC and BBC News, The Washington Post, The Daily Beast, Hollywood Reporter, and Raw Story,

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