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Levi Kreis Jumps from Stage to Screen in A Very Sordid Wedding

Levi Kreis knows what it’s like to be ones own worst enemy. In A Very Sordid Wedding — the latest installment of Del Shores’ Southern-fried Sordid Lives series, Tony-winner...

Andrew Rannells: Girls’ Best Friend on Stage and Screen

There’s no missing Andrew Rannells. From the instant he strides onstage in the current Broadway revival of Falsettos, you’ll notice that, at 6’1”, he towers over his...

People We Love 2016: Ryan Reynolds

His first attempt at playing a marquee superhero (Green Lantern) may have been a flop, but Ryan Reynolds rebounded to find the character he was clearly meant to play all along:...

People We Love 2016: Lee Pace

One intriguing detail of halt and catch fire is the fluid sexuality of its visionary tech guru Joe MacMillan, played by Lee Pace. We’ve seen him hook up with men and women, face...

People We Love 2016: Chelsea Handler

When handler dared leave behind her hit talk show Chelsea Lately, we applauded her willingness to create something fresh....

People We Love 2016: Lady Gaga

After four studio albums, even an unstopPable force like Lady Gaga deserved a moment to catch her breath....

Will Mariah's World Be a Sweet Fantasy?

Ever wonder what it’s like to be Mariah Carey?...

Kressley Lately: Much More Than a Queer Eye for Straight Guys

Nearly a decade after the finale of Queer Eye, Carson Kressley is still offering style advice and serving sass on reality television — and even he can’t believe it! We caught...

An Unlikely Leading Man Passes: Gene Wilder Remembered

Gene Wilder will always be remembered for his portrayals of sardonic chocolatier Willy Wonka and the wild-haired grandson of monster-maker Victor Frankenstein (“that’s...

Our Greatest Ghost Singer Dies: Nixon’s the One

Marni Nixon, the silky smooth soprano whose voice replaced Deborah Kerr’s in The King and I, Natlaie Wood’s in West Side Story and Audrey Hepburn’s in My Fair...

Sean Hayes Puts Jack in the Box Once and For All

Our conversation with Sean Hayes continues. If you missed part one of the interview, you can read it here. Playing God on Broadway is just the latest chapter in Sean Hayes’...

Bryan Batt on Mad Men and His NOLA State of Mind

This prolific performer and writer also has his eye on design....