Exciting sci-fi space news today. No, it’s not Elon Musk’s new alien child. It’s his new movie with Tom Cruise! Deadline reports that Tom and Elon’s SpaceX company are working with NASA to make a film in actual outer space. This would be the first narrative feature (an action-adventure, duh) to do that. The project is in its super early stages, with no studio attached, so we likely won’t be seeing Tom float around Gravity-styles for a while.
This news officially makes today the New Scientology Christmas (sorry Cinco de Mayo, you’ve been usurped!). Has your Messiah gone to space? Did Jesus do a backflip off a satellite? Did Muhammad parkour on the moon? Nope! Amateurs. Continue reading
Last year Gotti was the toast of the Cannes International Film festival. OK, maybe calling it the toast is bit of an overstatement, but it was tolerated. So maybe the fact that Rocketman, the Elton John biopic starring lover of the gays Taron Egerton, received a standing ovation at its recent Cannes premiere shouldn’t be a surprise. I’m sure it’s a feel good movie, especially when you’re already feeling good off of free champagne and proximity to sequins. But Taron was moved to tears by the enthusiastic reception. And now his tearful reaction has gone viral on Twitter, much to James Van Der Beek’s relief.
This Rocketman press tour is really giving me more queer-baiting than my gay heart can handle. Seeing lil cute buff alleged hetero, Taron Egerton fall all over himself while talking about how much he loves and supports us gays is really helping me thrive during spring. Like a flower rising from the winter cold, I am being nourished by the homosexual sunshine that is Taron’s need to please us gays. In the current issue of The Hollywood Reporter, Taron is now talking about how kissing dudes is no big deal.
Taron Egerton is on the cover of British GQ and he is talking all about his new Elton John biopic, Rocketman. Namely: how gaaaaaaaaaaay it is going to be and how he’s excited about all the homosexual flamboyance the film will be exuding in theaters this May. Put on your protective glasses because the glitter and rhinestones are going to positively leap at you from the big screens.