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Neil Young and Crazy Horse Return With the Ragged, Glorious ‘Colorado’

Neil Young and Crazy Horse Return With the Ragged, Glorious ‘Colorado’
At one point, the working title for the new Neil Young and Crazy Horse album was Pink Moon. It describes the eleven days the band spent in April, hunkered down in a studio at an elevation of 9,000 feet in the Rocky Mountains, recording their first new record in seven years. (Oxygen tanks were involved.)

But Colorado, the title Young eventually settled on, is more fitting for the record. It encompasses the ragged earthiness of Crazy Horse that dates back to 1968, when Young first jammed with the then-known Rockets at the Whisky a Go Go.
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The Bachelor's Arie and Lauren Luyendyk Get Married Again in Wild Las Vegas Ceremony

The Bachelor's Arie and Lauren Luyendyk Get Married Again in Wild Las Vegas Ceremony
Double the weddings, double the love! Close to nine months after Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham Luyendyk got married in a fairy-tale wedding near Maui, The Bachelor couple decided to say "I Do" again! In pictures posted on social media, the new parents headed to Las Vegas for a special ceremony at A Little White Wedding Chapel. "@ariejr's so nice I married him twice!" Lauren wrote on Instagram. "We always joked about ditching our plans for the first wedding and eloping in Vegas so we thought, what the heck, why not have both? Best decision we ever made as this day will be a hilarious memory we will cherish forever." Arie added, "We got married on Saturday (again)...
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Bachelor Nation Is Crying After Jared Haibon Reflects on Wedding Day to Ashley Iaconetti

Can you feel the love in the Bachelor Nation family?! After much excitement and anticipation, Jared Haibon and Ashley Iaconetti said "I Do" Sunday evening in a Rhode Island dream wedding. Complete with friends, family and more than a few familiar co-stars, the couple exchanged personal vows and celebrated their new status as husband and wife. On Monday morning, Jared took to Instagram where he couldn't help but reflect on his amazing love story. Spoiler alert: Loyal fans may get a bit emotional. "There's so many emotions running through my body right now. I woke up yesterday morning, the day of my wedding, crying. Not from sadness, or fear. I was crying because I was so...
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Princess Eugenie Just Invited the Public to Her Royal Wedding (Just Like Harry and Meghan!)

Looking to attend a royal wedding this fall? Here's your chance! Princess Eugenie and her fiancé, Jack Brooksbank, have just revealed that they're inviting 1,200 members of the public to their wedding ceremony at Windsor Castle's St George's Chapel on Oct. 12. "Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank would like to invite members of the public to join their wedding on 12 October, 2018, to attend inside the Precincts of Windsor Castle. Members of the public who would like to attend can fill in an application form (for more information see the link in our bio on our profile page)," a message posted to the royal family's official Instagram account on Wednesday, July 18 began. (Photo Credit: Getty Images) "1,200 members of the public will be able to view the arrival of the congregation and Members of the Royal Family, listen to a live broadcast of the Marriage Service, and watch the start of the procession as
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Here's Proof That Meghan Markle's Signature Is Getting Fancier

Here's Proof That Meghan Markle's Signature Is Getting Fancier
She's so fancy, but maybe you already know! It's been close to two months since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle said "I Do" at St. George's Chapel in London. And while some things have stayed the same for this love story, others have changed just a little bit. Need an example? Perhaps we should look at Meghan's signature. While visiting the President of Ireland Michael Higgins this week, the Duchess of Sussex was allowed to sign her name in the official guest book. Lo and behold, photographers were able to snap a close-up shot of her signature. What came next is the opportunity to compare before and after marrying Prince Harry. Cosmopolitan was one of the first to...
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We're Comparing Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton's Reception Dresses!

As if we needed any other reasons to absolutely obsess over Meghan Markle's May 19 royal wedding to Prince Harry, here's one more: The royal bride wowed fans with a second wedding dress, just like Kate Middleton did when she tied the knot with Prince William in 2011. Sure, a lot of brides change into another dress between their ceremonies and their receptions, but Meghan and Kate alike managed to do something that was just as much of a showstopper as their first dresses. Scroll down to learn their differences and similarities! (Photo Credit: Getty Images) They both had amazing designers Meghan looked absolutely stunning in a Stella McCartney number as she stepped out hand in hand with her new husband before they headed out to their wedding reception. Meghan's reception dress was very modern and very sexy, and she showed off her toned arms in the backless evening gown. You
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All the Details on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Wedding Rehearsals

All the Details on Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Wedding Rehearsals
Practice always makes perfect. It's no secret that royal fans from around the world will be watching Prince Harry and Meghan Markle say "I Do" on May 19. Talk about pressure for the bride and groom. But in the days and weeks leading up to the big day, E! News is learning new details about the rehearsals underway to ensure the actual wedding day goes smoothly. According to a source, technical rehearsals have already started at St. George's Chapel. The objective is to make sure all the angles are correct for arrivals, the aisle and other elements. While these take place without Prince Harry and Meghan, our insider says the couple will attend a rehearsal of their own at St....
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Sza Hints at Coachella Performance with Cardi B

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Sza's stoked to take the stage with Cardi B at Coachella ... If that's the plan, but she's not even trying to hide her excitement over the possibility. The red-hot singer was leaving Nas' restaurant, Sweet Chick, Thursday in L.A. when she told us it would be an honor to perform with Cardi at the festival, but she can't give away secrets. It would totally make sense ... Sza's featured on Cardi's new album,
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Jinger Duggar Is 22 Weeks Pregnant: A Look Back at Her Baby Journey

Jinger Duggar Is 22 Weeks Pregnant: A Look Back at Her Baby Journey
At 22 weeks pregnant, Jinger Vuolo (formerly known as Jinger Duggar) is well on her way to becoming a mom for the very first time. The 24-year-old reality star, who is married to Jeremy Vuolo, has been documenting her baby journey on social media since announcing the news. And according to her adorable chalkboard countdowns at 15, 18, 20, and 22 weeks pregnant, she is more than halfway to her due date! So how did the couple get here? Let's take a look back at the couple's road to baby. Saying "I Do" The sixth oldest of the Duggar bunch, Jinger and Jeremy tied the knot in November 2016 after getting engaged in July 2016. According to People, the TLC star and former pro soccer...
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‘Stolen Innocence’ Charts the Multiple 1970s Kidnappings of an Idaho Girl

‘Stolen Innocence’ Charts the Multiple 1970s Kidnappings of an Idaho Girl
Here’s your daily dose of an indie film, web series, TV pilot, what-have-you in progress — at the end of the week, you’ll have the chance to vote for your favorite.

In the meantime: Is this a project you’d want to see? Tell us in the comments.

Stolen Innocence

Logline: 12-year-old Jan Broberg was kidnapped by her parents’ best friend and trusted neighbor. Twice.

Elevator Pitch:

In 1974, Jan Broberg was kidnapped by her parents best friend, Robert Bechtold. He drugged her and strapped her to a bed in the back of a motorhome, and drove to Mexico. Upon awakening, Jan heard high-pitched voices, repeating commands through a small intercom, leading her to believe that she and Berchtold had been abducted by aliens. The FBI conducted a nationwide manhunt and found Jan 5 weeks later. Jan’s family remained oblivious to Berchtold’s diabolical intentions towards their daughter. His calculated
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Outfest Interviews: Prop 8 Plaintiffs, Casey Wilson, David W. Ross & More!

Yesterday we posted our red carpet chats from last night’s Outfest Lgbt Film Festival Opening Night event in Los Angeles with Jonathan Groff and Director Kimberly Peirce but we have more from the star-studded event.

Besides Groff and Peirce, we chatted with newly married/Prop 8 Plaintiffs Paul Katami and Jeff Zarillo, Happy Endings star Casey Wilson (Ass Backwards), Groff’s co-star in C.O.G., Corey Stoll, as well as cast and crew from Outfest films Southern Baptist Sissies, Gbf and the documentary on the life of a film legend, I Am Divine.

Newlyweds Jeff Zarillo & Paul Katami

Ass Backwards stars Casey Wilson, June Diane Raphael & Director Chris Nelson

I Am Divine director Jeffrey Schwartz

Gbf’s stars Molly Tarlov & Michael J Willett with

writer George Northy & producer Steven Israel

Southern Baptist SissiesLeslie Jordan

Southern Baptist SissiesEmerson Collins

Southern Baptist Sissies creator Del Shores

C.O.G. co-star Corey Stoll

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TheBacklot Interview: Mike C. Manning

What makes the sexy actor/activist tick? We found out…

If you saw our Hot 100 list last week, you probably stopped at #40 to check out Mike C. Manning. The beautiful eyes, great smile, sexy physique…even his self-professed love for Superman is hot, right? But, as Manning has been effortlessly proving over the past few years, he’s much more than a former reality star or good looking package.

In fact, Manning has been building an impressive resume with roles in films like I Do (as the lover to David W. Ross’s character) and on TV in the upcoming Disney film Cloud 9 as well as guest roles on hit series like Hawaii Five-0.

But, wait, that’s not all.

Manning is also a tireless advocate for equality and civil rights. In fact his activism scored him an invite to attend the June 13th Reception for Lgbt Pride Month
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David W. Ross on “I Do”, Need for Family and Being Naked on the Big Screen

Looking for a movie that combines our current challenges with gaining marriage equality as well as family, love and romance? You’ll find all that and more in I Do, the new film by writer/producer David W. Ross (who also stars in the film) and director Glenn Gaylord (Leave It On The Floor).

The film, in select theaters now and also available to buy on iTunes, focuses on a unique side of the marriage equality debate – that of immigration for a non-us citizen (Ross) who, because of Doma, is forced to fake a relationship with a woman – who happens to be a lesbian, played by Jamie-Lynn Sigler – in order to stay in the country. The film also stars Mike C. Manning (The Real World), Alicia Witt, Patricia Belcher and Grant Bowler.

I chatted with Ross last week about the challenges of bringing all these issues together in the film,
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Film Review: ‘I Do’ Tackles Weighty Issues with Tender Insight

Chicago – Nothing bugs a critic more than obstacles strategically placed in the path of otherwise happy characters. Without the conspiratorial manipulations of the plot, these people would have no problem leading perfectly content lives. Instead of emerging organically from the characters themselves, the conflict swoops in like a speeding car fresh off the highway.

Rating: 3.0/5.0

That’s more or less what happens in the opening moments of Glenn Gaylord’s “I Do,” as a suave, good-natured Brit, Peter (Grant Bowler), is hit by a car upon leaving a New York restaurant with his pregnant wife, Mya (Alicia Witt), and brother, Jack (David W. Ross). Since Jack’s primary character flaw is that he’s too nice, he spends the next seven years raising his adorable niece, Tara (Jessica Tyler Brown), with Mya, while putting his personal life entirely on hold. Jack may have come off as a maddeningly idealized saint
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Watch: New Movie Tackles Doma's Effect On Both Gay And Straight Couples

Watch: New Movie Tackles Doma's Effect On Both Gay And Straight Couples
The new film "I Do" covers the timely topic of the Defense of Marriage Act (Doma) and its effects on gay and straight couples alike.

Directed by Glenn Gaylord and written by David W. Ross, "I Do" depicts what happens when a gay man's visa expires, threatening his chances of staying in the country with the man he loves. Ross stars as Jack, who eventually ties the knot with his female friend (played by "Sopranos" veteran Jamie-Lynn Sigler). Before long, however, their green card marriage gets questioned by the authorities, with an outcome that affects the lives of everyone around them.

After winning the "Best of the Fest" Award at the Palm Springs International Film Festival in January, "I Do" is now set for a limited run in selected theatres while simeoutaneously being available for download and On Demand May 31.

The Supreme Court is currently debating Doma, and whether to keep the law intact.
See full article at Huffington Post »

I Do movie trailer, poster and images

Opening May 31st, 2013, I Do views marriage equality in the U.S. through the prism of immigration rights. Stepping right into the middle of the marriage equality debate, I Do is the deeply affecting story about a man forced by discrimination to make an impossible choice. Yet while both sides of the issue passionately state their cases, what’s left in the balance are families and couples often split apart, especially those with bi-national makeups. Immigration, which most heterosexual couples take for granted as a given, complicates same-sex relationships, even in states where marriage is now legal. The cast of the film directed by Glenn Gaylord from the writing by David W. Ross, includes Jamie-Lynn Sigler, Alicia Witt, Maurice Compte, David W. Ross, Grant Bowler, Patricia Belcher, Jessica Brown and Mickey Cottrell.
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Exclusive: Watch The Trailer For 'I Do,' A Gripping New Gay Film

Exclusive: Watch The Trailer For 'I Do,' A Gripping New Gay Film
"I Do" tackles the topic of marriage equality alongside the struggle binational couples face when it comes to immigration rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people in the United States.

With America awaiting the Supreme Court's decision on the Defense of Marriage Act (Doma) and California's Prop 8, it goes without saying that marriage equality is a hot topic of discussion and the film is a moving examination of the tough choices Lgbt people are regularly forced to make.

Directed by Glenn Gaylord and written by David W. Ross, the film is set in New York City and highlights a British gay man (Ross) working as an assistant photographer. After suffering the loss of his brother (Grant Bowler) and being required to help raise his niece -- not to mention falling in love and then having his work visa denied -- he comes to a crossroads and has to make an enormous life-changing decision.
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“English Vinglish” Runner – Up at Palm Springs International Film Festival

“English Vinglish” Runner – Up at Palm Springs International Film Festival
Still from English Vinglish

Gauiri Shinde’s English Vinglish is one of the runners – up of the Mercedes-Benz Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature at the Palm Springs International Film Festival that concludes on Monday. The 24th edition of the festival screened 182 films from 68 countries.

The other runners-up are Gert Embrechts’ Allez, Eddy! (Belgium/ Luxembourg / The Netherlands), Travis Fine’s Any Day Now (USA), Peter Webber’s Emperor (Japan), Thomas Vinterberg’s The Hunt (Denmark), Glenn Gaylord’s I Do (USA), Inuk (Greenland), Kon-Tiki (Norway/UK) by Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg, Nikolaj Arcel’s A Royal Affair (Denmark), Michael McGowan’s Still (Canada) and Darko Mitrevski’s The Third Half (Macedonia).

The Sapphires by Wayne Blair won the Mercedes-Benz Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature. Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey by Ramona Diaz was awarded the Audience Award Best for Documentary Feature. The Fipresci Prize for
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"I Do" at The Palm Springs International Film Festival

A same-sex bi-national couple fights inequality because of Doma (Defense of Marriage Act)

Next year the Supreme Court will rule on the constitutionality of Doma For the first time in history the Democratic Platform supports Gay Marriage. Last year the Obama administration stopped defending Doma as it finds it unconstitutional


"Ross is appealing in the lead role…. with particularly strong efforts from Witt and,

in a solid supporting turn, Mickey Cottrell as Jack's elderly friend and mentor." - Hollywood Reporter

I Do

Palm Springs International Film Festival

Friday Jan 11th 7:30 Pm Camelot Theaters (cast & crew in attendance)

Saturday Jan 12th 2:30 Pm Camelot Theaters (cast & crew in attendance)

Director: Glenn Gaylord

Writer: David W Ross

Producers: David W Ross, Stephen Israel


Jamie-Lynn Sigler (Sopranos)

Alicia Witt (Friday Night Lights)

Maurice Compte (Breaking Bad, End of Watch)

David W Ross (Quinceanera)

Mickey Cottrell (My Own Private Idaho)

Grant Bowler (Liz & Dick)

World Premiere: Outfest 2012 Ford Series

Winner: Philadelphia QFest - "Rising Film Star Award" David W Ross

Winner: Long Beach QFilm Fest

Winner: Best Drama Atlanta Out On Film

Winner: Audience Award Pittsburgh Qfest

Winner: Audience Award Seattle Lgbt Film Festival

Beautiful urbanites steam up the screen in this ensemble family drama about a complicated love triangle from film maker Glenn Gaylord (Eating Out 3, Leave It On The Floor). To stay in New York City, gay Brit Jack (David W Ross "Quinceanera") convinces his lesbian best friend Ali (Jamie Lynn-Sigler, “The Sopranos”) to marry him. Things get messy when he falls for a sexy Spanish architect while his commitment to his brother's widow (Alicia Witt) and his young niece complicates his decision either to stay or to follow his lover.

I Do cleverly examines the complications of immigration issues in the absence of marriage equality for Lgbt people on a Federal level, while also presenting a nuanced adult drama that resonates deeply amidst the current fight for U.S. marriage equality.

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Morning Meme: Tom Hiddleston Talks Chris Evans' Butt, and Matt Bomer Is Dripping Water (and Sex Appeal)

The cast of Mockingbird Lane, which is the Munsters reboot, took a turn for the unexpected when Jerry O'Connell was cast as Herman Munster. I'm really not sure how I feel about sexy Jerry being turned into Frankenstein.

The new Miss USA Olivia Culpo was crowned just after being asked how she felt about transgender competitors in the competition. ‘‘I do think that that would be fair, but I can understand that people would be a little apprehensive to take that road because there is a tradition of natural-born women. But today where there are so many surgeries and so many people out there who have a need to change for a happier life, I do accept that because I believe it’s a free country.’’

Chris Geidner at Metro Weekly breaks down all the possible outcomes of the decision of the en banc review request response that is expected
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