Out in HollywoodRecently, The Wrap wrote a really insightful article about celebrities coming out publicly with ease, yet there are certain industries where it is still taboo to be out of the closet, namely big movie stars.  It seems so easy to be Neil Patrick Harris, Matt Bomer, and Anderson Cooper, all big television personalities, who came out in their own way whether it was a press release, a significant other's acknowledgment in a speech, or a letter to the editor of an online publication.  The news made the headlines for a day, and then we all moved on.  Living in Hollywood, I hear the rumors all of the time from the stars hiding behind the religion of Scientology, to the actor in two huge summer action films, to the Academy Award nominated actor who almost came out, but chickened out at the last minute. (Google “Toothy Tile” for a hint.) Are the rumors true?  I certainly don't hang out in celebrities' bedrooms, but with certain stars, where there is smoke, there is fire.


If telling the public has been so easy for television stars, why is it so difficult for big box office stars?  Here are some of the reasons:

Steve SwenstonThe following is an interview with comic book artist Steven Swenston, who has worked with a number of publishers including Marvel and TSR.  In this interview, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon talks with Swenston about his experience in the industry, his preference for hard copy comics, and his own artistic influences.

This interview was conducted on July 22, 2012.

 

James RemarAt the 2012 Saturn Awards, prolific actor James Remar (Dexter, Django Unchained, DC's Justice League animated series) talks with Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon about his roles in the upcoming Tarantino Western, Django Unchained, his experience on BSG, and the differences between his work in animation and live action.

 

 

 

 

 

Walter HillAt the 2012 Saturn Awards, producer of every Alien movie and director of 48 Hours, The Warriors, and The Driver Walter Hill talks with Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon about his thoughts on the Alien franchise and the crooked celluloid path from Melville to Nicolas Winding Refn!

 

 

 

 

 

RJ MitteAt the 2012 Saturn Awards, actor R.J. Mitte, who plays Walter White Jr. on AMC's Breaking Bad, talks to Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon about what it has been like being a part of the show, his passion for acting, and what we can expect in Season 5!

 

 

 

 

 

Leslie David BakerLeslie David Baker, The Office's Stanley, talks to Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon about the amount of improvisation that goes into each episode, his recent trip to Paris, and his upcoming projects at the 2012 Saturn Awards!

 

 

 

 

 

The Pain Killers 2The following is an interview with T. David Carangan and Kimberly Anglemyer, the creative team behind the upcoming zombie/superhero film, The Pain Killers.  In this interview, Fanboy Comics Managing Editor Barbra Dillon chats with Carangan and Anglemyer about what makes this zombie film stand apart from the rest, why the X-Men are responsible for the film's premise, and how you can help to bring this film to life through Kickstarter.

This interview was conducted on July 25, 2012.

 

Hybrid BastardsThe following is an interview with comic book writer Tom Pinchuk, who is the creator of Hybrid Bastards and Unimaginable.  In this interview, Fanboy Comics President Bryant Dillon talks with Pinchuk about his work on the upcoming anthology New Breeds, his recommendations for breaking into the comic book industry, and how he became Long Beach Comic-Con's champion of all things Street Fighter.

This interview was conducted on July 24, 2012.

 

Jason Shawn AlexanderAt San Diego Comic-Con 2012, Fanboy Comics Creative Director Sam Rhodes talked with artist Jason Shawn Alexander about his transition from comics to gallery work, how he initially got his start, and why he will never leave the sequential art medium.

 

 

 

 

 

Black Dynamite posterAt San Diego Comic-Con 2012, Michael Jai White, Carl Jones, and Byron Minns, the creators of the new Cartoon Network show Black Dynamite, talk about the process of converting the 1996 live action film to an animated series, what they are hoping to achieve with the show, and what goes on behind the scenes.

 

 

 

 

 

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