posted by sweetiepariya @ 2017. 12. 05. 10:41 && Halloween

HALLOWEEN SPECIAL! For this most spooktacular of holidays, They’re joined by Thomas Dekker, renowned actor and filmmaker! Among other things, Thomas talks about working with John Carpenter as a child of the Damned, his years fighting Terminators as John Connor, and the power of queer agency in horror cinema. It’s an episode full of tricks AND treats! Plus, producers Dom & Drew drop by to share their “must watch” films for Halloween! C L I C K  H E R E


posted by sweetiepariya @ 2017. 10. 17. 11:41 && Instagram

From Thomas Dekker’s official instagram:

My sexual orientation once again came into question this week when a prominent gay man used an awards acceptance speech to “out” me. While he did not mention me by name, the explicit details of his reference made it easy for the public and media to connect the dots. While it is an odd situation, I thank him because it presents a prime opportunity for me to publicly say that I am indeed a man who proudly loves other men. In fact, this April, I married my husband and I could not be happier. I have never lied to the press about the fluidity of my sexuality but this man claiming that I came out is not true. Because I have not “officially” until this moment. I simply refuse to be robbed of the glorious joy that belongs to me. To say the words myself. “I’m gay”. Those words are a badge of honor that no one can steal. Sexuality and who you love is a deeply personal and complicated thing. For some of us, it takes time to cultivate, discover and conclude. It is not something anyone should ever be ashamed of and certainly not something anyone should be rushed into. I agree with many who believe it is an important responsibility for LGBTQ persons with a platform to come out. It has the power to change minds, challenge beliefs and make others feel understood and supported. It can strengthen the progression of our community and help disarm those who discriminate against us. It is a brave, powerful and important thing to do but it is also a deeply personal decision. One that should only be made when you are ready. If we are to stand strong in the gay community, our mission should be support, not exclusion; love, not shame. I choose not to look back on the past with a regretful heart but rather focus on the future with a hopeful one. A future where myself and all others can feel free to express their true selves with honor and dignity. I embrace you, any of you, with open arms, kindness, faith and patience. For all of you who have supported me, before and now, I thank you from the bottom of my fledgling heart. Be proud of who you are. No matter how long it takes.

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posted by sweetiepariya @ 2017. 07. 08. 19:29 && Instagram

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Lake arrowhead gang… #cabininthewoods #whosegonnadiefirst #heaven #iloveithere ?????

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16th july (2016) at outfest HBO . FIRST Screening of “do you take this man”

 

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DO YOU TAKE THIS MAN

Directed By: Joshua Tunick

 Cast: Anthony Rapp, Jonathan Bennett, Alyson Hannigan, Thomas Dekker.
This intimate drama tells the story of Daniel (Anthony Rapp) and Christopher (Jonathan Bennett) on the eve of their wedding. When a long-lost friend of Christopher’s shows up and the day’s stresses begin to spiral out of control, the couple must rely on their close friends and family to see them through. Co-starring Alyson Hannigan, DO YOU TAKE THIS MAN… is an insightful and realistic look into what it takes to make a relationship work in 2016.

JOIN to celebrate the World Premiere of  “DO YOU TAKE THIS MAN”  at Outfest LA on Saturday, July 16th at 8:30pm at the John Anson Ford Theater!

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Lost In The White City

Drama , Country: USA , Language: English , Release Date: 15 May 2015 (USA) , Filming Locations: Tel Aviv, Israel

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Kyle and Eva are American art school students in the midst of a tumultuous breakup. In an attempt to rebuild their relationship and recharge their artistic inspirations, they retreat to Tel Aviv. Amongst the tense political environment, the couple parties and crumbles just as the people and city around them do the same. When Avi, a soldier fresh out of the Israeli army enters their lives, he drives a creative and romantic wedge between Kyle and Eva’s already fragile existence. The three go down a self-destructive path as political strife simmers around them. Losing themselves, romantically, artistically, mentally, they are LOST IN THE WHITE CITY.

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