In what looks to be the gay version of Bravo's popular 'Real Housewives' franchise, today Logo released the first trailer for its new reality series 'A-List: New York,' in which a bunch of Manhattan power gays (among them 'Amazing Race' winner Reichen Lehmkuhl) do push-ups in the Hamptons, have their personal stylists on speed dial and get whatever they want, whenever they want. (Floatable pool swans? Check!)
Will Reichen and the gang create as much drama as Jill and Bethenny did on this past season of 'Real Housewives of New York City'?
'Game of Thrones' stars Sean Bean, Peter Dinklage, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, Lena Headey and Jason Momoa in a recurring role. The show is set in a fictitious world where magic exists and the ruling empire is in shambles. The series chronicles the conflicts of kings, queens, mercenaries and warlords as the they battle for control of the throne.
This week, TCM.com, the site for Turner Classic Movies, launched a cool little video site called the Media Room that features a bunch of movie trailers and clips from its library of classic films.
On occasion however, you will be able to watch select feature-length films. Currently, you can see Living on Love starring James Dunn and Whitney Bourne. Other films will follow, including Rafter Romance, A Man to Remember and Double Harness.
I think this is a really cool idea, especially for folks who might not be familiar with some of these old movies. This new site gives people a chance to watch trailers and clips and get an idea of what the movie is about so they can decide whether or not they'd like to see it. There are always trailers and clips available for current releases, but not as many for older flicks. I myself have already been checking out the clips for Tod Browning's Mark of the Vampire, a movie I'm curious about since one of Browning's other films, Freaks, is probably one of my top ten favorite movies of all time.
[via Hollywood Reporter]