Wednesday, April 30, 2008

George Clooney is gay?

Which LA IT-girl actress, when asked who is the biggest closet gay in Hollywood said, "George Clooney, although that's not really a closet one because everyone fucking knows it." (Clooney's way too cool to bother about caring, Cruise-style, what the cokeheads of LA say, we're sure)
Source: Popbitch

The two pals are teaming up for yet another investment. After starting to develop the “Las Ramblas” casino project, they are to put their hard earned cash into another profitable business: a gay bar.George Clooney, Brad Pitt and an airplane finance tycoon, Steven F. Udvar-Hazy, are to buy one of the best-known gay bars from Laguna Beach. They are planning to turn it into a ritzy restaurant
and bed and breakfast.Mr. Steven F. Udvar-Hazy is chief executive of airplane lessor International Lease Finance Corp.The three are to buy both the bar, now named “Boom Boom Room”, and its adjoining Coast Inn on Pacific Coast Highway.Clooney and Pitt are planning to develop a full chain of bed and breakfast getaways, which are to bear their names.Brad Pitt is only one Clooney's friends of whom he is immensely proud.He had declared: "The thing I'm most proud of in my life is this group of friends". "It's not some sort of groovy clique. We're real good friends. After 25 years together, there's this incredible ease to it."

Rumours that Clooney was having a gay affair with frequent co-star Mark Wahlberg started after Wahlberg told a magazine "I'm very attracted to George".

Wednesday, April 09, 2008

Is Hayden Christensen gay?

The Rumor is that yes he is.

It is now well-known and well-proven that Hayden Christensen's longtime companion is Trevor Blumas. In an interview in the gay magazine "The Advocate" in 2001, Hayden Christensen all but claimed that he was gay. In his last role performance for almost two years, "Guilt by association" Trevor Blumas wore jewelry in the absolute exact and precise pattern of current gay/bisexual jewelry codes (information obtained from webmasters at several gay web sites). In early 2003, a photograph was published in a gay-oriented magazine entitled "StarCeleb" which showed Hayden Christensen and a young man who was described as the new man in Hayden's life: this young man turned out to be Trevor Blumas. In September 2003, a story was planted that claimed that Hayden Christensen was not paying his rent and would be evicted from his home in Hollywood Hills, and then Hayden moved back to his home in Toronto at the end of the month. In early October of 2003, after having lived in California with Hayden in his Hollywood Hills home and having attended Santa Monica College for a while, Trevor Blumas returned home to London, Ontario, outside of Toronto, ostensibly to film the movie "Prom Queen," but also apparently to try to resuscitate his career. And at that time, it looked like Hayden and Trevor had broken up, as much because of some difficulties in their lives and careers as over any influence "Stars Wars" producer George Lucas might have had over them.


Tuesday, April 01, 2008

Chad Allen is gay.

In the October 9, 2001 issue of The Advocate, Chad announced he was gay[1]. He also acknowledged past problems with drugs and alcohol. Chad has also spoken to a number of groups and at events about gay rights issues including taking part in a forum on Larry King Live concerning gay marriage. He has also lent his support to a large number of charities over the years, including The American Diabetes Association, The March of Dimes, Project Angel Food, the Autistic Children's Foundation, the American Cancer Society, the Gay & Lesbian Victory Fund, AIDS Project Arizona, and AIDS Project Los Angeles.In 2001, the same year as he came out in The Advocate, Chad proved wrong all the critics who said he would have a hard time finding work as actor. Three movies followed that year - A Mother’s Testimony (co-starring with Kate Jackson), the horror movie Do You Wanna Know a Secret, and the critically acclaimed independent movie What Matters Most. The latter one earned Chad several nominations in the best actor category. In addition to the movies he made that year, he also stepped back on stage in two theatre productions; Mike Ambrose's play Dearboy’s War – which addressed the treatment of gay soldiers and the meaning of freedom and the controversial Corpus Christi in which he starred and produced for its Los Angeles premiere. Chad also landed the starring role of missionary Nate Saint in the 2006 docudrama "End of the Spear," despite his sexual orientation. The movie was well-received by the Christian community (to whom the flick was primarily marketed), with little backlash in regards to Allen's personal life. He was commended by many Christians to have done a great job in the movie.