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Bisexual Actor Andy Mientus Joins “The Flash”

How could we love The Flash any more than we already do after that kick ass premiere? Well, the CW’s casting department resolutely answered our rhetorical question today by announcing that Smash alum Andy Mientus will join the show to play DC Comics’ first gay villain, Hartley Rathaway

Netflix’s “Daredevil” Revealed By Marvel!

Hunky cosplayers’ skin wasn’t the only thing  being revealed at New York Comic Con over the weekend; Marvel also waited until the last minute to take the wraps off the latest incarnation of Daredevil/Matt Murdock, which will appear in the upcoming Netflix series. For those who couldn’t

The Walking Dead’s Norman Reedus: Daryl Dixon Is “Prison Gay”

We’ve heard from Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman about object d’affection Daryl Dixon’s sexual ambiguity, and now we’re hearing from the actor who embodies Daryl himself. In an interview with GQ, Norman Reedus (Daryl) claims that our favorite zombie killer is “prison gay.” I remember Frank Darabont,

“The Flash” Gets A New Trailer

October 7 can’t come soon enough. Our impatience for The Flash has elevated another few notches thanks to a Grant Gustin-heavy new trailer for the CW’s latest superhero franchise. Can there ever be enough footage of Grant Gustin in tight leather?

Matt Bomer Cast in “American Horror Story: Freak Show”

The make-up and wardrobe departments of American Horror Story may have their work cut out for them if they’re going to make Matt Bomer fit into this season’s “Freak Show” theme. The openly gay actor has been announced as a guest star in the upcoming season of

The Flash Gets A New Trailer!

Sometimes you want Grant Gustin to just take a breather, slow down and let us look at him. Other times, you wanna seem him do what the Flash does. It’s conflicting emotions that wash over us when watching the new trailer for the CW’s The Flash, but

Will Walking Dead’s Daryl Dixon Come Out As Gay On The AMC Show?

There has been an air of mystery surrounding The Walking Dead‘s popular badass, Daryl Dixon. Though he’s the object d’affection for fangirls and fangays alike, he’s simply been too busy killing zombies to have a romance. That all may soon change according to Walking Dead creator Robert