James F*****G McAvoy The Scottish actor kicked the door open to fame. If you don’t love him, that’s your loss.
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A Different Kind of Musical
The new Sting production, The Last Ship, is a reflection on the singer’s past and a study of working-class woes.
The Wedding Guide
In this Out.com exclusive, we talk with actor Currie Graham about new revelations about his character on ABC's NYPD Blue. Your character, Lieutenant Thomas Bale, on NYPD Blue is revealed to be gay on episode 11 airing December 14th. Tell me about Bale. How is he found out to be gay?December 12 2004 8:00 PM
When it comes to life-changing experiences, nothing beats ABC's Extreme Makeover. This week's episode features an amazing sibling transformation of brother-sister Bill, 42, and Kim, 44, from Bastrop and Round Rock, Texas. Home Depot employee Bill wants to be confident in his looks and to put an end to his hermit ways for his longtime partner Blake, and Kim wants to jump-start her love life; both have shied away from the world, but both feel that now is the time to change all that. Bill gets a complete transformation that includes a nose job, hair restoration, and body makeover.December 07 2004 8:00 PM
In this Out.com exclusive, The O.C. creator, Josh Schwartz, reveals who is coming out on his sizzling show'and why. On the Fox drama, Marissa (Mischa Barton) has been through the wringer while looking for Mr. Right: Sexy'but'snobby Luke, brooding Ryan, psychopath Oliver, and gardener D.J. But maybe it's not Mr. Right she's looking for. While we've been asked not to reveal the 'who,' O.C. creator Josh Schwartz is going on the record to discuss what happens when Marissa'in an episode arc that begins in January'meets Lady Love.December 06 2004 8:00 PM
Jules Cassidy, who first made a splash as the gay FBI agent in The Defiant Hero by best-selling (hetero) romance novelist Suzanne Brockmann, returns in Hot Target (Ballantine, $19.95), the newest book in the Troubleshooter series. Here is the rest of our interview with Suzanne and Jules'yes, he's fictional'a short portion of which appeared in the January issue of Out: What made you decide to put a gay FBI agent into a mainstream heterosexual romance novel?December 05 2004 8:00 PM
Watch your back, Fab Five. There's a new crew of tr's fey hipsters that is movin' in on your milieu'namely, helping hopeless heteros boost their style and self-esteem. Like you, they're sexy and sassy, and they tool around town in an SUV'a totally stylin' silver Cadillac Escalade'like gay gang members. And they too are known by a catchy street handle: the Gal Pals.December 05 2004 8:00 PM
Out lesbian Ami Cusack was the queen bee of the women's tribe for most of Survivor: Vanuatu. Unfortunately, that made her a threat and a target, so some of her minions plotted to overthrow the coffee barista and sent her to the jury. Here Cusack, who lives in Colorado with her girlfriend, Crissy, tells us about parties at the Playboy mansion, her aim of having an all-female final four, and how thrilled she was to learn she was in an all-woman tribe. Congratulations on making it so far. Thank you. Too bad it wasn't further, but thank you.December 05 2004 8:00 PM