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Title Houston Voice, No. 1171, April 4, 2003
Contributor
  • Weaver, Penny
Publisher Window Media
Date April 4, 2003
Language English
Subject
  • LGBTQ community
  • LGBTQ people
  • Gay liberation movement
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  • Houston, Texas
Genre
  • newspapers
Type
  • Text
Identifier OCLC: 31485329
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  • University of Houston Libraries Special Collections
  • LGBT Research Collection
  • Montrose Voice
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Transcript HOUSTON VOICE www.houston voice.com APRIL 4, 2003 17 • ^Mh^£mPMH There's a Fine Line Between Telling the Truth and Talking Trash Brideshead revisited, again Producers of new gay movie try to line up two hot studs for lead roles MANY GAY TELEVISION AFICIONADOS — or those with VCRs — will remember the miniseries "Brideshead Revisited," a tale about a common youth in the 1920s who falls in love with his aristocratic Oxford roommate and his roommate's sister. The 1981 drama, based on the novel of the same title by Evelyn Waugh, was infamous for its homosexual content. It also made a star out of JEREMY IRONS, who portrayed the commoner. Regardless, Hollywood has its hands on the material and is planning to adapt this modern classic for the big screen, according to the London Daily Express. "We've got the pick of all the best young actors in the world for the two main characters," producer Douglas Rae told the paper. "The ideal casting would be COLIN FARRELL and JTJDE LAW. They are two of the most beautiful looking men in the world." The article — we all know that the British press is so sensationalistic it would make JERRY SPRINGER blush — makes it seem like the two have already signed up for the movie and are in wardrobe fittings right now, but Rae's statement is more of a wish list than reality Gay men everywhere wish Law and Farrell would star in an adult movie, too. But that doesn't mean it's actually going to happen or that the actors themselves will be interested in tackling the roles. With or without Farrell and Law, Rae is still optimistic about his new project. But most producers usually are. "I was one of those people who grew up with the [television] version," he says. "I think that more than 20 years later, there's room for a new generation of people who never saw the movie." That may be true, but few will head to theaters if they cast PETER FALK and JASON ALEXANDER in the film's lead roles. Farrell and Law are a whole different story, but let's wait to see who signs on the dotted line before getting behind this picture. DIEHARD FANS„OF THE COMIC BOOK "SUPERMAN" are a bit peeved about a new script that was floated on the entertainment gossip Web site aintitcoolnews.com. The script, written by J.J. Abrams, attributes Superman's powers to the blue and red battle suit rather than to his alien origins. It also depicts Lex Luthor as a member of the CIA and portrays Jimmy Olsen, Clark Kent's nerdy sidekick, as a gay man. Dorks — er, fans — have even created an Internet petition to stop these changes, especially Olsen's homosexuality, from showing up in the movie. Take Anthony Andrews (left) and replace him with Jude Law. Then replace Jefemy Irons with Colin Ferrell, and you'll have the new cast of 'Brideshead Revisited.' Maybe. (Photo courtesy of PBS) "Jimmy Olsen is not gay. Or, at least, he's not out of the closet," the petition, written by an anonymous creator, reads. "Being a dork does not make one gay" Thank goodness that's true, or all the people who have nothing better to worry about than whether Jimmy gets turned on by a man in tights would be heading to Blake's after signing this petition. Initial speculation has linked JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE to the Olsen role, and the singer is slated to play a gay con man on "Will & Grace" in the next few months. This additional gay role might make the sex symbol even more attractive to his substantial gay male following. There have been talks about the creation of a new "Superman" movie for years. We've already seen Batman, Spiderman, Daredevil and a whole pack of X- Men, but there still isn't a man of steel in sight. But again, viewers should wait until the ink is dry on this deal before drooling all the way to the box office. .. Send comments, suggestions to editor@houstonvoice.com. 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