British hunk Daniel Craig tops the list
of most desired men to go on a date with by gay guys, according to a
poll conducted by British dating website www.gay-parship.co.uk.
Craig, who plays the current James Bond, is set to star in a second
Bond movie Quantum Of Solace later this year. The 39 year old
actor is not a stranger to gay audiences, he played the role of
Francis Bacon's gay lover George Dyer in 1998's Love Is The Devil:
Study For A Portrait Of Francis Bacon. Craig has also suggested
that he would welcome a gay love scene in a James Bond film – nude,
if necessary. Craig won with 31% of the vote.
James McAvoy (18%), Colin Farrel (15%),
Jude Law (13%), and Ewan McGregor (12%) also made the top 5.
Female audiences chose Kiera Knightley
as most desirable with 35% of the vote. Knightley has a lesbian love
scene with Sienna Miller in the upcoming The Edge Of Love.
Kate Winslet (26%), Rachel Weisz (13%),
Helena Bonham Carter (12%), Kate Beckinsale (12%) also made the top
Gus Van Sant has started shooting his
portrayal of America's first openly gay elected official Harvey Milk.
Sean Penn stars as Milk. San Francisco supervisor Dan White, who
1978 assassinated Milk along with Mayor George Moscone, is played by
Josh Brolin. Filming in San Francisco's Castro area has turned back
the hands of time to the 70's and given the district a groovy vibe.
The set of Milk has brought back bars and old stores long
since shuttered to the area. The Castro Theatre, the gem of the
neighborhood, received a permanent face lift for the filming.
American Idol contestant Leo
Marlowe has broken new ground on TV's biggest talent show as being
the first openly gay singer to compete for America's votes. Leo
Marlowe said on this week's show, “My mom always said she raised
the perfect homecoming queen. Too bad it wasn't one of her
daughters.” Commenting on Leo's performance, Randy said he was
“rocking the bells.”