, says she has to constantly "check herself" in real life as she compares herself to her character Jane, who is "so moralistic." Because of Jane's virtues, Rodriguez has come to asses her own life with more awareness.
during the Comedy Actress Roundtable, "what I get is people desiring to tell me their specific sexual orientation, or if they’re currently having sex, or if they’re themselves a virgin." "I actually find it to be a really awesome benefit of being an artist," said Rodriguez.
"You can connect with people that you’ve never met before." She told a story about a 25-year-old woman who was saving herself for marriage: "I was like, ' Girl, get it.' It was amazing. She was beautiful and she just got like an amazing job.
rights activist Sir Ian Mc Kellan may have accidentally outed a fellow cast member. The subtle slip came during an interview with Brash.de, a German website that asked several questions regarding Mc Kellan’s sexuality and the difference in being an out actor in 2001 (when the first Lord of the Rings film was released) and now.
Mc Kellan reflected on the question by comparing the number of gay actors in each film as a sign of the times.
In 2001, he was the only gay actor in the film franchise. The following excerpt has been translated via Google translate, so we’re prone to believe this may just be a technical error (any German speakers here?
): Brash: Still, there is hardly colleagues who follow your example, right?
Ian Mc Kellen: I would say that has been done in this regard in the last ten years in the industry a lot.
Just look only how many openly gay actors in the “Hobbit” with were: two of the dwarves, to Luke Evans, Stephen Fry, Lee Pace. That’s strange, because only one of the 13 actors who play dwarves in this film is openly gay.
In “The Lord of the Rings” I was the only one next to it there was my make-up artist and one from the wardrobe team. According to a wiki, on-again, off-again gay Luke Evans plays a “man,” Stephen Fry a “man,” and not really out Lee Pace an “elf.” The only openly gay actor playing a “dwarf” is Adam Brown. The English actor has long been the subject of gay rumors and has even been loosely linked with costar Lee Pace. The Scottish actor has also been loosely (like, very loosely) linked with Richard Armitage. This Kiwi actor played gay once and although there’s no evidence suggesting he’s a hardcore ‘mo, we wouldn’t mind adding him to our roster.
So, who is the second gay dwarf that has gone unnamed?
Luke Evans rocks a beanie while chatting on the phone on Friday (December 26) in Bilbao, Spain.
The 35-year-old actor was joined by his rumored beau Jon Kortajarena, who lives in the beautiful country with his cute pet pooch.
PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Luke Evans Jon recently posted a sweet quote on Instagram, saying, “And tonight I’ll fall asleep with you in my heart.” We wonder if he had Luke on his mind when he posted this!