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The thirst for Timothée Chalamet & the rest of the ‘Dune 2’ cast has the internet by the throat
Dune: Part Two has arrived—with one of the best-looking casts that have ever graced the silver screen.We’re talking Timothée Chalamet, Zendaya, Rebecca Ferguson, Josh Brolin, Dave Bautista, and Javier Bardem. Oscar Isaac and Jason Momoa aren’t reprising their parts from 2021’s Dune, but in their stead, Austin Butler, Florence Pugh, and Léa Seydoux have joined the action for Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi sequel.Subscribe to our daily newsletter for your front-row seat to all things entertainment with a sprinkle of everything else queer.In Dune: Part Two—which continues the story from Frank Herbert’s 1965 novel—Paul Atreides (Chalamet) unites with Chani (Zendaya) and the Fremen while seeking revenge against the conspirators who destroyed his family.And based on the thirst tweets below, some moviegoers would risk it all—even sand getting into body crevices—for a shot with the Dune: Part Two actors. Or even that infamous popcorn bucket…Every shot of #TimothéeChalamet in #Dune should be framed and hung in a museum sexy super hot ? ? #TimothéeChalametée Chalamet run his fingers through his hair fast and HOT ? in Seoul, South Korea for #DunePartTwo promo fan event.
‘Mary & George’ director says he learned “a lot about orgies” while working on the “X-rated” romp
Mary & George—one of our most anticipated show’s of the year—a full month before we do in the states.Actually, a lucky few got an even earlier peek when Mary & George made its world premiere this week in London, and now that reviews and first reactions are rolling in, it’s sound just as wildly shady and horny as we hoped.The series is based on the “true” (depending on who you ask) story of Mary Villiers, Countess of Buckingham (Julianne Moore), who after the loss of her husband resorts to desperate measures to hold onto her power in early 17th century England, namely: using her son George (Nicholas Galitzine) as a honeypot for the infamously promiscuous and sexually fluid King James VI and I (Tony Curran).Subscribe to our daily newsletter for your front-row seat to all things entertainment with a sprinkle of everything else queer.Trailers for Mary & George teased a gorgeously lush period piece with a decidedly modern spin, all foul-mouthed and whip-smart and extremely laissez-faire about sex. Galitzine—fresh off a breakout year in Red, White & Royal Blue and Bottoms—seems to have thrown himself into all sorts of compromising positions for the role, and from the looks of it, the Oscar-winning Moore gets her fair share of queer entanglements, too.And, guess what? It sounds like the series lives up to the hype, providing “everything you want in a period romp,” per The Guardian.It’s Nicholas Galitzine’s world, and we’re just stanning in it!In its four-star review, The Evening Standard provides even more details about what’s in store for this apparently “X-rated” (their words) series: “There are orgies, a penis swinging in the shadows, and an intimate look at how George, er, prepares himself for the king.” They also add that “literally everyone is shagging” throughout, which gives the episodes “a lively, thrillerish quality.”Both stars seem to be earning high praise for their work, too.
The best LGBTQ+ movies and TV shows coming to streaming in March 2024
deep breath* the final season of a beloved international romance Young Royals, a new streaming home for comfort-watch The Nanny, a new spin on ’80s action classic Road House, an “old-new” spin on Marvel heroes with X-Men ’97, a 25-years-later sequel to landmark doc The Aggressives, and a new docuseries from one of the most exciting voices in queer comedy, Jerrod Carmichael.Subscribe to our daily newsletter for your front-row seat to all things entertainment with a sprinkle of everything else queer.Whether you use Netflix, Prime Video, Max (formerly HBO Max), Hulu, Paramount+, Peacock, Tubi—or some combo of the those—Queerty has your can’t-miss recommendations for each.So, get those watch lists ready; it’s going to be a very gay March.Jump to your streaming platform of choice:Netflix • Prime Video • Max • Hulu • Paramount+ • Peacock • TubiFor the past two seasons, audiences around the globe have fallen for the will-they-won’t-they chemistrybetween teenaged Prince Wilhelm (Edvin Ryding) and Simon (Omar Rudberg), two classmates from very different backgrounds at the prestigious Hillerska school in Sweden. But now that they’ve chosen “they will,” the young lovers have to reckon with a relationship in the spotlight, especially as Wilhelm contends with his crowned destiny.
My boss messaged my anonymous profile & I can’t unsee the photos he sent me
Hi Jake,Headless torso here. I don’t have any face pics on my Scruff profile and only share them after I’ve been chatting with a person for a while. I know it annoys some people, and it has probably cost me some potential hookups and dates over the years, but I like to maintain my privacy.Last weekend I got a notification. When I went to check it, I saw it was a message… from my boss. I already knew he was gay, but I had never seen him on the apps before, so he must have recently joined. In his message, he complimented my pics, said I was sexy, and unlocked his private album without me even asking. It was kind of late on a Saturday night, so I’m guessing he might have been drunk.Subscribe to our daily newsletter for a refreshing cocktail (or mocktail) of LGBTQ+ entertainment and pop culture, served up with a side of eye-candy.Now here’s where it gets a little squirrely… There’s absolutely NO WAY he knew it was me since I have almost no identifying information on my profile. I didn’t reply to his message, but curiosity did get the best of me and I peeked at his album. In hindsight, I shouldn’t have. The pics were very graphic and, at the end of the day, he’s not even my type.I would never consider hooking up with him or anyone at work. But I also can’t un-see what I saw or stop thinking about those pics every time I interact with him. It’s made being at work awkward, but only for me, since, like I said, he doesn’t know he was communicating with me. I wish I could go back and instantly block him before I ever even opened his message. Do I need to find another job?Stunned SubordinateDear Stunned Subordinate,As you certainly found out, being a headless torso does pose some risks.