After beginning a successful recording career in the s, Streisand ventured into film by the end of that decade. Streisand is one of the best-selling recording artists of all timewith more than According to BillboardStreisand holds the record for the female with the most number one albums
Photos: Paramount Pictures. The legend is promoting her first major film in 16 years at the Four Seasons Los Angeles. Not long into the interview, a makeup artist waiting in the wings pats any remnants of forehead sweat.
Ending three weeks of highly publicized confusion over her stance, Barbra Streisand Friday night emphatically joined those boycotting Colorado. Among those who reportedly oppose a boycott are former 20th Century Fox owner Marvin Davis, who has business interests in the state including the Aspen Skiing Co. Though he has opposed a boycott, Davis said, through a representative, that he is committed to civil rights for gays and lesbians.
After seeing Bette Midler in Hello, Dolly! That would complete my Mount Rushmore of old-school gay icons. Let me tell you about the other two ladies who just made me gay again.
It's once again time for cable networks to squeeze in premieres before broadcast goes into February-sweeps mode. As usual, they cover the gamut of forms, but dramas dominate the debutantes. On Jan.
No longer limited by low budgets, films with gay and lesbian stories have flourished in the first two decades of the 21st century. There is something about the scrappy DIY aesthetic that will always be essentially queer — and the films below reflect a notable shift in the ambition and scope of contemporary queer films. Here are the 20 best LGBT films of the 21st century.
Cammermeyer was eventually reinstated after taking the issue to court. I got a call from Barwood Studios. It was a matter of my being reserved.
The headline was the heckler. At the Barbra Streisand concert at Madison Square Garden on 9 Octobera disgruntled and, it later turned out, possibly planted concertgoer took issue with Streisand's show of Democratic values via a tiresome Bush impersonator. A fundraiser?
His subject was that cinematic glory hole — disrupted by AIDS and the X rating — of a dark room with nimble silhouettes playing across its walls: the theater. That Cooper selected her, the bi pop star and icon of a queer generationto play the hesitant songbird was less of a casting stunt than a necessary move. Since its Technicolor debut in the 30s, the original A Star is Born has always relied upon offbeat femininity to soar.