SHREVEPORT, La. — John Waters, the filmmaker and actor known for such movies as "Hairspray" and "Cry-Baby," has an idea for how gays and lesbian...
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No doubt there will be minor comparisons made to the sweet and funny Easy A which just came out but this is a whole different teenage angst animal with even more subtext and soul.
This week on Huff Post Arts John Waters dished on all things perverse, we curated our ten highlights from the Guggenheim Museum's Youtube Play Biennia...
John Waters, among the most beloved and eclectic screenwriters of the current era, dishes to Big Think about everything from art to perverts and from ...
John Waters, the quirky filmmaker famous for writing and directing "Hairspray," came on "The Colbert Report" last night to talk about his new book, "R...
A long standing fan of director / writer John Waters, I am delighted that the Pope of Trash is appearing with greater frequency in periodicals these days due to his new book Role Models.
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Able to embody a stunning spectrum of selves, Candy was an encyclopedia of female archetypes. As a result, her every word and gesture were a tribute to the ladies in whose image she had built herself.
Tim Burton and Johnny Depp are almost the Tweedledee and Tweedledum of fantasy filmmaking. In a shambling press conference, the two spoke about their enduring relationship and more.
Philip Hoare pays eloquent tribute to the beauty, power, and history of the sea's mightiest creatures. Can readers who have discovered the elegance and mystery of whales ever again enjoy a seaquarium?
Contrary to the guyliner and oft-black or goth-esque tight outfits, AFI shouldn't be restricted to the Hot Topic shelves and Twilight circuit.
"Each act we did in that house, I take responsibility for," she testified in 2004, adding "I can't... place the blame on someone else. It was me."
I've always secretly wondered if Leslie ever felt "cool" when she was with the Manson gang and I finally got up the nerve to ask. "Cool? We had no concept by then of any such possible word!"
By now I certainly knew that what Leslie had done was anything but "art." Her participation in the La Bianca murders was a very real atrocity.
I have a really good friend who was convicted of killing two innocent people when she was nineteen years old on a horrible night of 1969 cult madness.
Get ready for another shot of "Hairspray."
New Line Cinema has made a deal with "Hairspray" creator John Waters to write a treatment for a sequel to ...
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