Yes, Rupert Everett occasionally says some silly things--like his remarks about gay parenting, which exploded just the other day--but as I noted before, he's usually witty and quite observant. In his new memoir, Rupert talks about appearing in the Broadway revival of Blithe Spirit with Angela Lansb ... More >>
Oy. I usually like Rupert Everett. He's a fine actor, and when he speaks as himself, he's usually frank and witty and says things that go against the grain, which you have to admire the sheer chutzpah of. But he's done a baddie this time. Rupert told London's Sunday Times magazine: "I can't thi ... More >>
A breathless call came in from a friend the other day. "I saw Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson on TV," she said, panting, "and I realized something: They're gay! They're bearding for each other! They come off completely 'that way'!" Yikes! Could it be true? Two actors in a movie actually ... More >>
Let's analyze, people: He's perennially persnickety, yet more than a trifle out of shape. He's eager to snap his proverbial fingers, yet he's not always so enamored of a showtune. He's sort of gay, but sort of British too. Hell, I'm gonna go with "just British" on this one. But stay tuned for " ... More >>
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