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Beyoncé Opens Up To Gay Fans

Klaudia//July 26, 2011
If there's any girl who runs the world, it's Beyoncé. The reigning diva - she's called Queen Bey for a reason, people - is one of the biggest and best voices behind a long run of hits dating back to the late '90s, when she was part of supreme girl-group Destiny's Child. Years later, Beyoncé still demonstrates just how irreplaceable she is as a solo artist, having released four albums - and dedicating her latest one, "4," to that accomplishment - with some of the most memorable and gay-celebrated singles in pop music history. Not every artist can say they've had a gay boy lead a football team to glory by performing "Single Ladies," as seen on "Glee." And not every artist can say they have 16 Grammy Awards, making her one of the most honored artists in Grammy history. But that's Queen Bey, who's also assembled a gaggle of gay fans who are - you guessed it - crazy in love with her. In this exclusive chat with Beyoncé, her first gay press interview since 2006, the singer/actress/glamour-girl spoke about how the fierceness of her gay fans inspires her, the intimidation she's feeling following in the footsteps of Judy and Barbra for her upcoming role in "A Star Is Born," and what she really meant by the "girls" who run the world.

I know, according to you, the girls run the world - but what do you think about the girls and the gays teaming up and running the world together?

Well, that's what I meant when I said girls. (Laughs)

Sure - we could all be one.

Yes, exactly! We are all one.

Beyonce says Eastwood film makes her day

Klaudia//July 22, 2011
Beyonce Knowles has had it all before turning 30, yet is still humbled by what she calls "the biggest opportunity of my life" -- the lead role in Clint Eastwood's remake of the film, "A Star Is Born." The singer and burgeoning actress, whose fourth solo album "4" debuted at No. 1 on pop charts after its release in June, told Reuters she felt lucky to have landed the iconic role previously played by Barbra Streisand and Judy Garland. Eastwood will helm the fourth remake of the story about rising singer and actress Esther Blodgett, and Beyonce fondly remembers being a young girl and watching previous versions of the movie with her mother. "It's when I became a fan of Barbra Streisand's. And I then saw Judy Garland's version of 'A Star Is Born' and I realized every 20 to 30 years a new star is born and a new talent represents that generation and era -- so I didn't think that I would ever get the opportunity to be the star," she said. Beyonce has won 16 Grammy Awards, is married to rapper mogul Jay-Z, has topped Forbes magazine's lists of the most powerful and influential celebrities and is one of the world's top-grossing musicians. She starred in other movies with large ensemble casts, such as the widely-praised "Dreamgirls", but she said meeting Oscar winner Eastwood still made her quiver. "I met with Clint and I was so nervous and I know that it is the biggest opportunity of my life. I will work as hard as I can," she said. "Because I can't wait. And I am so happy that he trusts me and I am in good hands and I am so fortunate." The film is due to begin shooting at the end of the year and, according to showbiz website Deadline Hollywood, may also co-star Leonardo DiCaprio. But for now, Beyonce is still busy managing the singing career that she has taken over from her father and longtime manager, Matthew Knowles.

Drake & Beyonce Join Ice Age Cast

Klaudia//April 28, 2011
Drake and Beyonce have been added to the cast of the next Ice Age movie. The two pop stars will join Jeremy Renner and Jennifer Lopez in Ice Age: Continental Drift. The quartet will star alongside regulars Ray Romano, Queen Latifah, Denis Leary and John Leguizamo. Character details have yet to be confirmed, but Lopez will give voice to a saber-tooth tiger.

Beyonce and Rihanna Battle it Out For Bodyguard Role?

Klaudia//February 25, 2011
Beyonce and Rihanna are competing to be the star of a movie remake. The pop rivals are said to be at the top of the list of potential lead actresses in a new version of Eighties hit movie The Bodyguard which starred Whitney Houston as a pop diva who falls for her protector, played by Kevin Costner. “The crucial thing about this movie is that the star has to be able to sing and act,” reveals a movie insider. “Beyonce has already established herself as an actress so she is the clear favorite for the role right now but it depends if they want to go for someone younger like Rihanna.” The Proposal star Ryan Reynolds is among those tipped to take Costner’s role.

Beyonce Makes '50 Most Beautiful In Film'

Klaudia//February 9, 2011
What do Natalie Portman, Blake Lively and Beyoncé Knowles have in common with iconic Hollywood royalty like Marilyn Monroe, Vivien Leigh and Faye Dunaway? Well, they're all talented, accomplished and, of course, stunningly beautiful. With the Oscars just around the corner, the Los Angeles Times Magazine compiled a list of the 50 Most Beautiful Women in Film, celebrating how these stars "set the standard for grace, glamour and allure." The magazine admits to being "totally biased" in their selections, and it made for some surprising results. Landing in the top five are Academy Award winners Kim Basinger (#3) and Halle Berry (#5). The Times noted Basinger's sexy turn as a prostitute employed as an actress look-alike in "L.A. Confidential" as an example of her best and sexiest work, while Berry easily captured her spot thanks to her Oscar win for "Monster's Ball" and her turn as a Bond girl in "Die Another Day." While love from the Academy wasn't a requirement, many of the beauties on the list have some Oscar credentials. A 2011 Best Actress nominee for her turn in "Black Swan," Natalie Portman took the #39 slot, while "Gossip Girl" star Blake Lively (the youngest woman on the list) was honored with a spot at #30 thanks to her roles in "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" and the upcoming "Green Lantern." "American Idol" judge Jennifer Lopez follows behind Lively at #31. Jennifer Connelly landed at #9, with her Oscar win for "A Beautiful Mind" and her glamorous turn in 1996's "Mulholland Falls" as evidence of her talent. "Pirates of the Caribbean" star and fellow Oscar-winner Penelope Cruz followed her at #11. This year's Oscars co-host, Anne Hathaway, earned the #19 ranking, making the 28-year-old actress the youngest on the list in the top 20. Rounding out the top 20 is Salma Hayek, whose "Wild Wild West" was cited as her sexiest work. Angelina Jolie placed surprisingly low at #23, with classic Hollywood actress Grace Kelly placing right behind her at #24. Beyoncé made something of a surprise appearance on the list at #25, largely thanks to her work in 2006's "Dreamgirls"; the singer/actress was recently cast in Clint Eastwood's "A Star Is Born" remake. Hollywood A-listers also making the list include "Slumdog Millionaire" star Freida Pinto (#38), Julia Roberts (#40), Charlize Theron (#45), Rachel Weisz (#48) and Catherine Zeta-Jones (#50).

Eastwood and Beyonce discussing 'A Star Is Born'

Klaudia//January 21, 2011
Clint Eastwood and Beyonce may be teaming up to make a musical version of "A Star Is Born." Warner Bros. confirms that the two are in negotiations to remake the 1937 classic. Eastwood is in talks to direct, while Beyonce, who has been attached to the project for some time, would star. Set to produce are Billy Gerber, Basil Iwanyk and Jon Peters, who made the 1976 version of the film with Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson. Corporate spokeswoman Jessica Zacholl notes that the deals have not been finalized and negotiations are ongoing.

Top 20 Pop Star Movie Debuts

Klaudia//January 4, 2011
1. Beyonce Knowles (Austin Powers in Goldmember) - $213,307,889
2. Whitney Houston (The Bodyguard) - $121,945,720
3. Eminem (8 Mile) - $116,750,901
4. Dolly Parton (9 to 5) - $103,290,500
5. Jessica Simpson (The Dukes of Hazzard) - $80,270,227
6. Prince (Purple Rain) - $68,392,977
7. Ice Cube (Boyz N the Hood) - $57,504,069
8. Aaliyah (Romeo Must Die) - $55,973,336
9. Ludacris (Crash) - $54,580,300
10. Lil' Bow Wow (Like Mike) - $51,432,760
11. Ice-T (New Jack City) - $47,624,353
12. Mandy Moore (A Walk To Remember) - $41,281,092
13. Christina Aguilera (Burlesque) - $37,800,000
14. Britney Spears (Crossroads) - $37,191,304
15. Queen Latifah (Set It Off) - $36,461,139
16. Tina Turner (Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome) - $36,230,219
17. Method Man, Redman (How High) - $31,178,740
18. 50 Cent (Get Rich or Die Tryin') - $30,985,352
19. Spice Girls (Spice World) - $29,342,592
20. Janet Jackson (Poetic Justice) - $27,515,786

Beyoncé for 'A Star Is Born' remake?

Klaudia//September 25, 2009
Beyoncé is reportedly circling the lead role in Warner Bros's remake of A Star Is Born. The studio has enlisted Will Fetters to write the script for the film, about an up-and-coming starlet who becomes romantically involved with a well-known male star, says The Hollywood Reporter. The new Star will be the fourth version of the story, the most famous of which was released in 1976 with Barbra Streisand and Kris Kristofferson in the lead roles. Like the Streisand offering, the new movie will take place in the record industry but reflect rolling celebrity news coverage. Previous big screen incarnations took place in Hollywood.

Cadillac Records OST Spends 37 Weeks In Top 10 Of Billboard's Chart

Klaudia//September 15, 2009
Cadillac Records - Music From The Motion Picture, the critically-acclaimed Music World/Columbia Records soundtrack album, has proven the year's biggest success on America's Blues Albums charts. Propelled by Beyonce's emotional rendering of "At Last," the song she performed at the 2009 Inaugural Ball for President Barack Obama and Michelle Obama's first dance as First Couple, Cadillac Records - Music From The Motion Picture has ruled the Billboard Blues Albums chart since its release on December 2, 2008, spending more than six months (27 weeks) at #1 and 37 consecutive weeks in the chart's Top 10 (or better). Created as the musical accompaniment to "Cadillac Records," the film chronicling the history of Chicago's Chess Records starring Adrien Brody and Beyonce Knowles, the film's soundtrack introduced a whole new generation of music fans to classic American blues through classic rhythm & blues covers and new soul sounds performed by Beyonce, Solange, Jeffrey Wright, Raphael Saadiq, Mos Def and others. Cadillac Records - Music From The Motion Picture is produced by multi-instrumentalist/songwriter/drummer Steve Jordan (Eric Clapton, John Mayer Trio, Bob Dylan, Keith Richards) and Executive Produced by Mathew Knowles for Music World Entertainment, Inc. Marshall Chess, the son and nephew of the original Chess Records founders, served as Executive Music Producer for the soundtrack. Cadillac Records - Music From The Motion Picture is available in both a standard and a deluxe two-disk edition.

Tyler Perry Wants Beyonce

Klaudia//September 15, 2009
Bossip has learned that Tyler Perry is courting after Beyonce for a new film. Tyler Perry is looking to cast Beyonce for his new film adaptation of “For Colored Girls.” During a recent interview on an unnamed morning show, Tyler said he would begin working on the film after the release of Why Did I Get Married 2 in April. He said amongst the actresses he would like to cast, he named Oprah, Halle Berry, Kimberly Elise, Maya Angelou, Cicely Tyson and Beyonce. The play is based on the book “For Colored Girls who have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf” which takes a look at women’s issues including love, rape, and abortion. Tyler plans to release the movie next year.