The series about a group of gay friends living in San Francisco will not return for a third season, HBO announced on Wednesday.
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Many of these actors got their start on the Fox series. See how they’ve grown up after six seasons and more than 700 musical performances.
“Are we simply romantically challenged, or are we sluts?”
Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck created the biggest animated film of all time, which is exactly why they were so apprehensive to make the follow-up short, Frozen Fever.
Jonathan Groff, star of HBO’s Looking, also portrayed a Disney prince-to-be in Frozen. So who better to rank every Disney prince?
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After a slow-burn first season, the San Francisco-set HBO comedy-drama has become an even richer look at gay life. BuzzFeed News talked to the show’s actors and executive producer about the diversity issue, unlikable characters, and what to expect this year. Minor spoilers ahead.
It’s not just Lady Gaga. Many other leading ladies — and some of our favorite guys — have made the song a classic.
The Last 5 Years actor performed Frozen’s “Let It Go” at the 2014 MCC Theater’s Miscast Gala and he was amazing as usual.
The first season of HBO’s Looking closed with the theme song from The Golden Girls, a testament to the ’80s sitcom’s enduring effect on gay men. Here’s why queer people continue to flock to the series, nearly 30 years after its premiere.
Kristoff finally gets to sing.
And everyone’s favorite characters just got upped to series regulars.
During the Watch What Happens Live aftershow on Tuesday, host Andy Cohen married Ricardo and Daniel in front of the Bravo clubhouse, Jonathan Groff, and Tamar Braxton.
Frozen has been celebrated for its message of female-empowerment. But that’s not how the film was initially conceived. “I wanted to see someone that felt like me,” said Bell.
Frozen is breaking records and warming hearts all over the world. Star Josh Gad explains how this unlikely sister act ignored all the rules and rewrote Disney’s animation playbook.
While HBO’s new San Francisco-set series Looking takes place in present day, its representation of the Bay Area bears more than a passing resemblance to the 1976 San Francisco of Tales of the City.
It’s so much more than the “gay Girls.” In depicting the subtleties and reality of day-to-day life for three gay men in San Francisco, Looking is a major step forward for LGBT representation.
HBO’s drama about the “real lives” of 20 and 30-something gay men in San Francisco stars Jonathan Groff and premieres January 19th.
The out actor plays gay in the new film C.O.G., and while that doesn’t mean he wants to be boxed in, Groff is hoping that his upcoming LGBT-centric projects expand the representation of the diverse community in movies and TV.