It's finally queer.
Primetime gets some skin to skin gay action with the adorable actor!
I Am Michael premiered at Sundance in early 2015, but it just recently found a distributor and is set for a January 2017 release. This means that you can catch gay baiter extraordinaire, James Franco, in yet uh-nother gay role. Check out the new trailer as well as all the reasons this gay-baiting has gotten out of hand. GAH.
Max Carver, of Max and Charlie Carver twin fame, beats out his openly gay bro bin the fap department because he bared his truly gorgeous ass in an episode of The Leftovers!
Teen Wolves... How are we to combat their shirtlessness? I've got a tip... You can't. We're all powerless to their shirt resistant physiques, so it's better to simply succumb. Just like REO Speedwagon once said, I can't fight this feeling anymore, and neither should you.
I'm beginning to get the feeling that by the time I Am Michael finally hits theaters, the much ballyhooed threesome will either be excised entirely or cut down to nothing. The film debuted at last month's Sundance Film Festival, where the film's stars James Franco and Zachary Quinto locked lips in the New York Times photo booth.
When Charlie Carver sat down to chat about his role in I Am Michael with Huffington Post Live at the Sundance Film Festival, he had an interesting description for what it was like shooting the scene. "It was hot as hell," Carver says, but he's actually talking about the shooting conditions in the attic where the scene was shot, and not necessarily referencing the scene's content.
Last month, we reported that the upcoming film I Am Michael would feature a threesome between the film's stars James Franco, Zachary Quinto, and Charlie Carver. Now we have photographic confirmation that Charlie does indeed find himself in the middle of a Quinto/Franco sandwich.
If you're not familiar with the story of Michael Glatze, it's certainly one of the more interesting "conversion" stories you'll likely ever hear. Glatze was the co-founder of Young Gay America magazine who, following a diagnosis of celiac disease in 2007, claimed that he wasn't gay anymore. He's now a Mormon living in Wyoming, mainly because that's the least gay thing anyone could possibly do.
These new bodies will surely rocket their careers into a whole new playing field with legitimate film and television deals. We call it "the Taylor Lautner Effect."
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