Tom Andrews was thrust into the spotlight after appearing on Ellen yesterday. Tom’s a young singer/songwriter from Devon, UK and at only 16 he’s got quite the soulful voice. Ellen is knowing for finding relativity unknown artists and giving them quite a bit of fame so, no pressure Tom!
He’s covered song by artist like Lady GaGa to James Brown and has a few great original songs on YouTube as well.
Ryan James Yezak presents the “Peacock” music video by Katy Perry
Happy 18th Logan Lerman!
Here he is in Meet Bill. (spoilers)
Wrecked (2009) is an edgy drama about a gay teen’s tumultuous decent into drugs and anonymous sex, Wrecked smashes cinematic taboos while it spins its cautionary tale. Ryan is an earnest 18-year-old trying to develop a career as an actor and getting his life on the right track. This course is quickly threatened with the sudden arrival of his sort-of ex, Daniel, who arrives at Ryan’s door wanting a place to stay and offering the promise of a normal, loving relationship. But Daniel’s drug addiction and attitude towards casual sex derail any hope for normalcy and soon ensnares Ryan in his own downward spiral. Handheld cameras, a hot young cast and a boldly upfront approach to sex combine to make Wrecked a unique film experience.
Release Date: November 11, 2009 Run Time: 74 minutes
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Beautiful Thing is a heartwarming story of two young men coming to grips with their sexuality and the effect it has on the people in their lives.
Awful plot descriptions aside (seriously, I couldn’t find a good one), Beautiful Thing is an amazing film that everyone must see. This screen adaptation of the play was initially intended for television broadcast in the UK but was so well-received that it was released in cinemas. It remains as one of the most highly rated gay films ever. [Read Reviews]
The following video is a touching clip from the movie.
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