Angel's Ashes, Jan's Coming Out & Katniss Evergreen
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It's here, it's here!!!
Finally I can report some positive news. What am I talking about? Watch the video and you'll see.
What I do discuss is a new documentary, first looks and sneak peaks...
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There is alot more to come so look out!
Sit back and enjoy and I'll see you next week,
A first look at Katniss!
So after all the fuss that Jennifer Lawrence would be to blond, too fair, too voluptuous to play Katniss Everdeen, here EW released her as Katniss. Right, so I can well say that the arguments were for naught because she look fucking Badass.
links of interest
Angel's Ashes website (in case you missed it)
German lesbian vampire movie, 'We Are The Night' and Thailand's first lesbian film, 'Yes Or No' are this week's new links on P2, so go check it out! Here.
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Jan's Coming Out | Documentary | 2011
An documentary about a middle-aged 'baby dyke' coming out and learning the ropes from the likes of well known celesbians like Jill Bennett, Cathy DeBuono, Mariah Hanson, Julie Goldman and so many more.
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Sarah Michelle Gellar is finally back on our screens after a seven
year abyss. Geller is the star of the CW's new fall thriller RINGER. The former "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" star will as Bridget, a woman who after witnessing a murder, goes on the run, hiding out by assuming the life of her wealthy identical twin sister, Siobhan – only to learn that her sister’s seemingly idyllic life is just as complicated and dangerous as the one she’s trying to leave behind.
It'll follow "90210," which is moving to Tuesdays at 9pm this fall.
What do you think? Will you watch Sarah's return to the small screen?
NBC's The Playboy club
The trailer for the upcoming NBC fall drama starring Amber Heard, Eddie Cibrian, Leah Renee and others.
The period drama is officially described as follows;
It's the early '60s, and the legendary Playboy Club in Chicago is the door to all your fantasies... and the key is the most sought-after status symbol of its time.
What do you think of the series? Sexist or sexiness?