If you are one of the three people on Earth who didn’t see Iron Man 3 last week, you might want to check out Jay Catterson’s review. Our readers were all over the place with the flick, giving IM3 an average “C” rating. This week’s BIG FILM is The Great Gatsby, so be sure to check out Jay’s upcoming take on the movie, and add your own 3D cents.
While it’s not playing in the United States yet, folks across the pond can check out Pedro Almodovar’s latest, I’m So Excited, set to hit U.S. shores on June 28. Read our review here.
But enough self-promotion. It’s all about the guys at GuySpy, so I contacted the main office in Vancouver to see what’s happening out and abut in their fair city. To find out what’s going on in Canada, click here.
This Just In: Lady GaGa is now on a milk carton. And it’s expired.
Hot in the New York City: Summer is coming, and that means a whole lotta parties and a whole lotta naked men. But since I don’t allow groups of more than 10 at my apartment, here’s some of the other stuff to check out.
On Fire Island, the amazing Daniel Nardicio is presenting the Icon Series. This summer, the one-night shows on Cherry Grove (OMG—they have vaginas here!) feature names like Paula Poundstone, Lynda Carter, and Chita Rivera. Um, yeah, it is gay heaven. For tickets, click here.
Boys, if you want to go somewhere that doesn’t have the initials F.I. or end with –Hampton, take the two-hour-ish trip to Atlantic City tomorrow night and hit Pro Bar, the only gay hotel on the Atlantic City boardwalk. The bar is located in Resorts hotel, itself a cool, retro-looking place to hang your hat. Two balconies mean two boardwalk views, and the drinks are as yummy as the go-go boys. Saturday night is their two-year anniversary, with the fab “Rhythm Is a Dancer” Thea Austin performing. After the show, check out some of those sexy slots. Good luck!
On Broadway, the much-ballyhooed, Alec Baldwin-starring revival of Orphans is closing earlier than planned, on May 19. Was it something I said?
And if you haven’t done so yet, get your tickets to Cyndi Lauper’s She’s So Unusual Tour, celebrating the 30th anniversary of her debut, hit-riddled album. Wow, some younger readers didn’t even have Dads three decades ago, and some older readers weren’t yet Daddies. If you don’t know the meaning of the tune “She Bop,” here’s a clue.
Photo Finish: Madonna (Punk) Rocks the Met…
Till next week…