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Entertainment News
by Star Gayzer
Aries (March
21- April 20) Ten-
sions mount as a
between you and a close friend takes on
monumental proportions, bet up a ume to
talk things through openly and honestly, but
try to avoid any emotional outbursts. The
stars indicate some “found” money headed
your way; don’t spend it foolishly.
Taurus (April 21 - May 20) Your ten-
dency to rush in without following directions
may land you In hot water. A special project
at work depends on things going as planned;
be responsible and read the instructions
before you start. A home improvement project
has the potential for overrunning the budget;
get back to basics.
Gemini (May 21 - June 21) A current
lover may be having anxiety about an im-
pending visit from an old flame. While enter-
taining a guest is expected, no one said you
had to sleep under the same roof; put them
up in a hotel instead. A special request by a
church or other civic organization should be
Cancer (June 22 - July 22) With too
much to do and not enough time, you may
find yourself scattered and emotionally out of
control. Isolate what is realistic and get over
what isn’t. A devoted lover would appreciate
the effort. A promotion of some sort is
indicated; keep your ears open for any de-
Leo (July 23 - August 22) The stars still
indicate a major emphasis on romance this
cycle and predict anything can happen. You
can expect some kind of wild, offbeat plans
from your lover, which you should accept
without delay. Career changes are definitely
in the air; look sharp and put your best foot
Virgo (August 23 - September 22)
Money-making activities may be consuming
a lot of your time. It's okay to work a little
harder and increase your income, just don't
bum out. A romantic involvement heads in a
new direction. It may not be what you
imagined, but the end result should be pleas-
Libra (September 23 - October 22) First
impressions will mean the difference in
get ting what you want or getting left out in the
cold. You only have one chance to get it right,
so make sure you enter the room with confi-
dence. An old bill could become more than a
pesky intrusion; get it paid. A physical
ailment may sidetrack you. but it should be
Scorpio (October 23 - November 22)
Financial entanglements are strongly indi-
cated this cycle; take care of old debts and get
your finances under your own control. A
fascinating person enters your life. Although
a romantic encounter is not necessarily indi-
cated, other rewards will quickly become
obvious as you share common interests.
Cultural activities are highly favored.
Sagittarius (November 23 - December
21) Open discussions and team players are
the focal point of the next few weeks. A
reputation you gain for you role in this will
help you in your next career step. This is not
the time to go against the crowd. If a close
friend asks for a loan, be firm in saying no,
but continue to offer emotional instead of
monetary support.
Capricorn (December 22 - January 19)
Discipline plays a key role in whether you get
where you want to be or not. A career |
advancement depends on how you demon- j
strate your ability to take charge and get
things done. A romantic encounter could
land you in hot water. Don't mess with tilings
that aren’t yours and vou won’t get burned.
Aquarius (January 20 - February 18)
Intense concentration will be required to
come out on top of an important work project.
Stay alert, no matter how boring you find the
material. A new romantic involvement be-
comes tense as misunderstandings take on
new proportions. Schedule some time to
clear the air, but do your share of listening
and not all of the talking.
Pisces (February 19 March 20) Make
time for a special someone who may be feeling
left out or neglected. A brief getaway for a day
or two would go a long way in boosting the J
passion. An old friend has a proposition that j
may sound too good to be true. Get more
information before making any decisions. A
new addition to your household may leave
you feeling overwhelmed.
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• Kathy Bates,
Front Runner:
Kathy Bates, the
Academy Award-
winning actress who garnered her second
nomination for her turn as a lesbian cam
paign press secretary in Primary Colors, may
make another giant step for gay-kind. Bates
(who. based on buzz for her made-for-TV
work, is gaining a reputation around Holly-
wood as a sought-after director) is consider-
ing helming the feature version of Patricia
Nell Warren’s acclaimed gay novel The Front
Runner. The book, which was originally
published in 1973, focuses on the struggle of
a gay Olympic hopeful and his coach who
must face bigotry and pay a high price to
reach their goals. This isn’t the first attempt
to bring this landmark gay work to the silver
screen. In the past, the ever-dashing Paul
Newman expressed interest in the role of the
coach, but to no avail. Hopefully the tide will
turn now that David Geffen’s studio
DreamWorks SKG owns the rights to the
• Dawson's Closet : Gay writer and
Hollywood hot property Kevin Williamson's
homosexuality is finally making headlines.
Dawson's Creek's new role model for gay
teens everywhere is based on the show's
creator, Williamson freely admits. Jack
McPhee (played by handsome young thang
Kerr Smith) a hunky high schooler recently
disappointed adolescent girls everywhere
when he told his dad, his sis, and his horny
young girlfriend "Yep. I'm gay!" Williamson
claims he never posed for the cover of The
Advocate because he wanted his work to
speak for itself. While much of the press
seems to have been in the dark about Mr.
Williamson's gayness, “Deep Inside Holly-
wood" called him "Hollywood's Scariest Queer"
sixteen months ago and has followed his
career ever since. That’s why we’re “Deep,”
• Hollywood's Other Scary Queer
Gay writer Clive Barker, the evil genius be-
hind those scary Candy man pics is directing
a new horror film for New Line. Currently
titled American Horror, the film will be set m
the 1860s in the old west during the expan-
sion of the railroads. While western in set-
ting, expect a flick similar in scope to classic
European horror flicks Frankenstein and
Dracula. This will be Barker's first return to
the director’s chair since 1995's Lord oflllu
• Mame! I’m Gonna Live Forever
Barbra Streisand has sealed a deal with gay
producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron to
adapt the Jerry Herman musical "Maine" into
a three-hour made-lbr television movie for
ABC. Considering Babs' involvement, and
the Zadan/Meron penchant for lavish pro-
ductions (this was the team behind ABC’s
"Cinderella" starring divas Brandy and
Whitney Houston), the project has the poten-
tial of becoming the most expensive telefilm
ever. Babs won't say if she'll star in the
project until she reads a script, but it could be
iier first musical role since Vend. Babs,
Zadan, and Meron have a successful history
as a threesome. The trio teamed up in 1995
to produce Serving in Silence: The Margaret he
Cammenneyer Story about the high-ranking
soldier-nurse who was fired due to her dyke
• Party of Lesbians : Look for cutie
Neve Campbell to get involved in a lesbian
liaison on "Party of Five” this season. Appar-
ently, her charactei will become involved in a
same-sex relationship after she breaks up
with her bad-news boyfriend. Don't count on
Neve to keep up her gay ways; the whole
experimental phase is currently set to play
out over just three episodes that will air in
May. This won't be Neve’s first dyke dalli-
ance: remember her hot lip-lock with Wild
Thing Denise Richards?
• Don't Let George Michael Grow Up
to Date Cowboys : Looks like gay pop star
George Michael and his long-term boyfriend
Texan Kenny Goss are heading toward a trial
separation. The 40-year-old Goss recently
admitted to the New York Daily News that
“things are rocky" between him and Michael.
The reason? Well, fidelity is sure up there.
Goss has been tolerant of Michael's occa-
sional philandering and stood bv his man
during that embarrassing lewd-conduct bust
last year. But the Faith star is apparently
losing faith in ins partner, claiming lie's not
being doted on enough. Seems when Michael
was stricken with a bug over the holidays,
Goss had no qualms about partying solo,
much to the singer’s chagrin.
• Liberacc: The Movie? : Joining the
ranks of Larry Flynt and Andy Kaufman,
“confirmed bachelor” and Las Vegas penis,
er, pianist Liberacc is the latest subject of a
high-profile biopic. New Line Cinema has
bought a script focusing on the musical
prodigy whose fancy fingerwork and candela-
bra fetish has inspired many a show-tune
queen. The project will focus on the
performer's rise to fame and the nasty accu-
sations that he was, gasp, a homosexual. The
film will also deal with the precedent the
piano man set for closeted homosexual stars
when he sued London’s Daily Mirror for print-
ing that he was gay; he won. We're not saying
Liberace was gay, folks. Really, we re not!
• Elton Versus the Pope : The Vatican
may soon have a beet with Sir Elton John. It’s
not the talented star's homosexuality that
will probably tick off the Pope, it's a film Elton
and his boyfriend/producing partner David
Furnish are planning to make. The duo has
purchased the film rights to a controversial
book by David Yallop, In Cod’s Name. The
1984 book alleges that Pope John Paul I s
death in 1978 was actually a mob hit by
poisoning. That pope reigned only 33 days
and (accoi dn ig to the Vatii an) died of a heart
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