Brokeback Mountain is coming back to New York, this time in the form of an opera.
The New York City Opera has commissioned American composer and New York native Charles Wuorinen to adapt the E. Annie Proulx short story and subsequent Oscar-winning film for its 2013 spring season. It will be Mr. Wuorinen’s second Read More
We’d been wondering what director Ang Lee’s next move would be, especially following Brokeback Mountain star Heath Ledger’s fatal overdose in late January. It turns out Mr. Lee’s next project is a bit more light-hearted than that film, or his last, Lust, Caution. It’s a comedy about the original Woodstock music festival based on Read More
Here’s what’s happening at the corner of Walnut and 18th street in Philadelphia, where Obama and Clinton supporters are shouting their candidates names at each other.
In the middle of Rittenhouse Square Park a representative of "Cowboys for Obama" is giving an interview while twirling a lasso and talking about Will Rogers and Cherokees. Read More
Ang Lee, the Academy-Award winning director of 2005’s Brokeback Mountain, which starred Heath Ledger, has just released a statement concerning Mr. Ledger, who was found dead yesterday.
Mr. Lee said:
“Working with Heath was one of the purest joys of my life. He brought to the role of Ennis Read More
Nevermind, gay movies are totally making a comeback!
OK! Magazine reports:
Have you ever wondered what happened to Brokeback Mountain’s closeted Ennis Del Mar after the heartbreaking loss of his lover Jack Twist? Wonder no more: A sequel is in the works!
Although we won’t be seeing his pal Read More
Adam B. Vary of Entertainment Weekly asks why Hollywood hasn’t put out a gay-themed film since the commercially and critically acclaimed "Brokeback Mountain."
Brokeback was more than a movie. It was a phenomenon that commanded the cultural conversation for months, from Jay Leno to YouTube to the cover of The New Yorker. Read More