Briefs: Joseph Gordon-Levitt Unveils, The New Doctor Gets To Work, and The Eurythmics To Reunite

Birthday shoutouts go to Jeremy Renner (above), who is 43, Nicolas Cage is 50, Merrit Weaver is 34, Rex Lee is 45, Erin Gray is 64, and Kenny Loggins is 66. Here is his greatest song.

Eurythmics to reunite for Beatles tribute concert.

An online campaign is underway to help Michael Todd Cohen in his recovery process. Michael is still in critical condition after a high-rise fire that killed his husband Daniel McClung.

After 42 years together, Lily Tomlin Marries Partner Jane Wagner

Liza Minnelli Will Give Matthew McConaughey Her Oscar If He Doesn’t Win For Dallas Buyers Club

YouTube reconstruction #5.

Peter Capaldi has started filming Doctor Who, and the BBC has released the first pic (he’s still wearing Matt Smith’s regeneration suit).

Here’s the first episode of Joseph Gordon Levitt’s HITRECORD ON TV. “Everything you’re gonna see on this show was made collaboratively on our site — — and the work of 426 Contributing Artists is featured in this particular episode. There’s gonna be 8 episodes this season, each revolving around a different theme, like RE: Space, RE: The Other Side, and RE: Money. And since this is our first ever episode, I figured the theme of this one would be RE: The Number One. HITRECORD ON TV will be coming out on January 18th on a new cable channel called Pivot.”

Miley Cyrus has tweeted another message of support.

And here’s The Weekly ShoutOUT™. Each week we’re going to focus on one out athlete/performer and feature a daily pic and career timeline. We’ll be showcasing the big names, but also the lesser-known gay celebs who deserve more recognition. This week we give a ShoutOUT™ to … Brian Boitano.

In addition to his gold medal, Brian will always have a place in history for his … magical fire breath.

And now we have the TOP 50 SCI-FI/FANTASY FILMS OF THE 80’S! This was originally going to be a Top 25 sci-film list, followed by a Top 25 fantasy film list, but there was so much overlap (and it’s difficult to differentiate between the two with some films), that I decided to combine both lists. At #14 is … Clash of The Titans

A loving tribute to the sword and sandals epics of the past, it’s a fitting finale for f/x icon Ray Harryhausen. I’ll tell you what … the remake may have had state-of-the-art effects, but it wasn’t nearly as much fun as watching Harry Hamlin grapple with a stop-motion Medusa, or R2D2 cousin Bubo. Here Ray discusses Bubo’s creation.

Congrats to No One! Nobody guessed that yesterday’s Pixuzzle™ © ® was NCIS: Los Angeles.

Here’s today’s Pixuzzle™ © ®. Here are characters from a famous TV show. Can you name it?


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