It is the directorial debut feature film of Taiwanese musician Jay Chou , who also stars as the male lead and co-wrote the film. In , the film won the 1st place in the vote of "The movie that most wants to be review in the cinema" in South Korea, and it was re-released in South Korea. In , an adapted brand new stage musical with same name was jointly produced by US Broadway and China Broadway. At , a Korean film company announced plans to remake this film, which is expected to start shooting in
'Landline' Short Documentary: The Hotline for Gay Farmers in the U.K. - The Atlantic
Churchill believed that his was the single biggest contribution to Allied victory. But Turing, obsessed with ciphers all his life, was himself a puzzle and a bundle of contradictions. He was famously eccentric and antisocial, more at home with numbers than with people. He was also forthrightly gay at a time when homosexual activity was illegal in Britain, and in , he was convicted on charges of indecency. Instead of prison, he chose to be chemically castrated, and two years later, at the age of 41, miserable over the changes the hormones had wreaked in him, he bit into an apple laced with cyanide. How do you dramatize such a life, so much of it, the wartime years especially, conducted in secret? In , his script was No.
Bill Hader Discusses Richie Tozier’s Secret in ‘It Chapter Two’
The police officer who arrested Sen. Larry Craig, R-Idaho, in a men's restroom at the Minneapolis airport for allegedly looking to engage in gay sex wrote in his June report that he "recognized a signal used by persons wishing to engage in lewd conduct. Craig tapped his foot up and down and swiped his hand underneath the bathroom stall in which the undercover cop was sitting, according to the police report. Those actions led to Craig's arrest by Detective Dave Karsnia and the senator's guilty plea to a disorderly conduct charge.
We learn that Richie Tozier, the fast-talking, foul-mouthed teenager played by Finn Wolfhard who grew up to be a popular stand-up comedian Bill Hader is gay and has been secretly in love with his friend and fellow club member Eddie Kaspbrak played as an adult by James Ransone. Alas, Richie is never able to share these feelings with Eddie, who is killed in the final confrontation with It Bill Skarsgard. Both films are directed by Andy Muschietti and adapted from the Stephen King novel, in which some of these scenes play somewhat differently. These are edited excerpts from that conversation.