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Houston Voice, July 2, 2004 - File 022. 2004-07-02. University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. December 16, 2017. http://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/montrose/item/2139/show/2131.

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Title Houston Voice, July 2, 2004
Contributor
  • Crain, Chris
  • Fisher, Binnie
Publisher Window Media
Date July 2, 2004
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
Place
  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
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Transcript HOUSTON VOICE www.houstonvoice.com I dish JULY 2, 2004 21 There's a Fine Line Between Telling the Truth and Talking Trash Hung out Colin larger than life, Rupert gives up Bond-age, and Elton scores a new musical WHAT GAY MAN OUT THERE DOESN'T have a crush on Irish actor COLIN FARRELL? Well, if you don't, you might after you read this. We hear that a scene from his new movie, "A Home at the End of the World," in which Farrell plays the crux of a love triangle with a gay man and a straight woman, had to be cut because he is so well endowed that it was distracting. The Sun in London reported that al a test screening for the movie, audience members were shocked when they saw Farrell, and "little Colin" in a nude scene. "The women were over-excited and the men looked uncomfortable," a source told the paper. "It was such a sight it made it difficult to concentrate on the plot, so the decision was made to get rid of it." Let's hope they mean the shot, and not Farrell's gift. A flack for Warner Bros., the studio producing the movie, told New York Daily News gossip hounds Rush & Molloy that the full-frontal scene was "distracting to the content and quality of the film" but that it wasn't cut because of the size of Farrell's manhood. The movie opens July 23, but Dish can't wait for the DVD, on which she hears the scene will appear. Apparently, those on the set of "Alexander," where Farrell plays Alexander the Great and cutie JARED LETO plays his lover, have gotten to see the real thing. An "insider" on the movie told Rush & Molloy that Farrell couldn't fit himself into the skimpy shorts made to wear underneath his tunic. Instead, he wore nothing at all, and had an opportunity to flash crewmembers between takes. We can only hope that Farrell's gay brother, Eamon, has the same type of genes in his jeans. Not Holmes alone Looks like gay British actors RUPERT EVERETT and STEPHEN FRY are gearing up for a catflght. Both have been picked to star as famous literary detective Sherlock Holmes in movies scheduled to air on British television, according to the Mirror newspaper in London. Everett will star in the BBC version, which will air first in December with Ian Hart as his sidekick Rupert Everett Dr. Watson. Fry (who It's rumored that Cofin Farrell isn't wearing anything under his tunic in his upcoming movie 'Alexander,' and has a lot in common with the horse he's riding (Photo courtesy of Bigmoviepix/Warner Bros Pictures) played OSCAR WILDE in "Wilde") will star with his longtime collaborator Hugh Laurie in an ITV movie, which will become a series if it's popular. Though Everett has been picked to play Holmes, he has given up trying to be the next JAMES BOND. "I would have loved to have been asked to be the next James Bond but I knew that would happen over MGM's dead body," Everett told the Calgary Sun about the studio that makes the spy films. He believes that the studio doesn't want an openly gay actor in the role. At least Everett gets to play a straight spy. In the upcoming movie "A Different Loyalty" he plays real-life British spy Kim Philby opposite SHARON STONE, who portrays his wife. Too bad for Everett, but hunky BRENDAN FRASER gets to play a "Gay Secret Agent," in Revolution Studio's movie of the same name. "He is the best secret agent in the world, and being gay helps him in the job, because he is charming and well- mannered," said Jennifer Todd, the movie's producer, who also worked on the "AUSTIN POWERS ' series "We are shooting for a very broad, silly comedy," she said. Songs for'Billy' At a recent performance, SIR ELTON JOHN performed four of the 17 songs that he has written for a musical version of the film "Billy Elliot," the Associated Press reports. The film highlights the story of a blue-collar English boy who takes ballet classes instead of boxing lessons, much to the chagrin of his family. The show premieres in Newcastle, England, in November before opening in London in March. Send comments, suggestions to *' Dish§houstonvoice.com NOCHE J;c cocmw Y eisK I ATMI10N 1VEGETARIANS! (4R)USHH0l0VEVlMMVIOODT00,) i The Rich Flavors of Deep Mexico RIGHT IN THE Heart of Houston! 2409 MONTROSE AT HYDE PARK 713-529-8559 www.noeherestauranthotjston.com LUNCH AND DINNER SEVEN DAYS A WEEK SUNDAY BRUNCH • SUMPTUOUS ENTREES • GREAT LUNCH SPECIALS ! • 30 ITEM BUFFET & SALAD BAR R (TIMESVAKY) H -VEGETARIAN VERSIONS OF S CLASSIC ASIAN AND "5 WESTERN DISHES FREE ICED TEA FORVOICE READERS!! PEPPER TREE VEGGIE CUISINE **J\ 713-621-9488 3821 RICHMOND AVE @ WESLAYAN (ACROSS F-ROM HISD HEADQUARTERS) MONDAY 11 AM - 4 PM TUESDAY-FRIDAY 11 AM - 9 PM SATURDAY-SUNDAY 12 PM - 9 PM WWW.PEPPER7T-raVEGGIE.CCM I
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