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West Cries Wolfe for New Film Project
Gay director George C. Wolfe conquered the world of theater - the Tony winner guided Tony Kushner's Angels in America (both parts) and Caroline, or Change in their Broadway incarnations - and has recently been expanding his repertoire to other media. His debut feature, Lackawanna Blues, got raves at Sundance and on HBO, and he recently directed the glossy Nights in Rodanthe. Wolfe is now attached to Kanye West's untitled film project, an anthology of 10 to 12 vignettes with music (but not music videos) exploring life in the United States from multiple perspectives. West has brought Wolfe on to produce the project, and it's expected that Wolfe will also write and direct at least one of the segments. No word yet on when the untitled project will leap to the big screen, but expect at least one pair of funny-looking Kanye sunglasses in a cameo role.

Barnes Is the Very Picture of Dorian Gray
Romeo has told you about Dorian Gray, the sexy new adaptation of The Picture of Dorian Gray, legendary Gay writer Oscar Wilde's tale of a decadent young man who retains his youth and beauty while his portrait shows all the signs of aging and its subject's wicked debauchery. The new movie has begun casting, and it sounds like they've picked just the right batch of good-looking actors to bring Wilde's unforgettable characters to life. Ben Barnes, the dreamy Prince Caspian from the latest Chronicles of Narnia movie, will inhabit the title role, with Colin Firth (Mamma Mia!, the Bridget Jones films), Rebecca Hall (Vicky Christina Barcelona), and Emilia Fox (The Pianist) also joining the cast. Dorian Gray sounds like the must-see how-to film for narcissists everywhere when it opens next year.

Lindsay Lohan Makes It Work for Runway
It's not like Project Runway has to go out of its way to get Gay guys to tune in for the reality competition show, but with the fashionable hit moving from Bravo to Lifetime, they're not taking any chances. The show has already announced that the new season - which is being shot in L.A. for the first time instead of New York - will have baby diva (and possible newly minted Lesbian) Lindsay Lohan as one of the guest judges. If you've read any of LiLo's interviews with the big fashion magazines, you know she can tell her Lagerfeld from her Valentino, so her insights on the wannabe couturiers should be interesting and insightful, to say the least. Watch for her when Runway returns in early 2009 for a sixth season.

Chorus Line Doc a Singular Sensation
The long-running musical A Chorus Line, which was successfully revived on Broadway a few seasons back, focuses on the male and female dancers auditioning to get into a big musical show. So it's fitting that there's a new documentary, Every Little Step, focusing on the male and female dancers auditioning to get into the revival of A Chorus Line. The project began as a reality TV show, but expanded into a feature. While there are Gay characters in A Chorus Line, it's not a stretch to guess that a number of the auditioning dancers are also light in the tap shoes. Sony Pictures Classics picked up Every Little Step at the Toronto Film Festival, and it should five-six-seven-eight its way into theaters sometime in 2009.

Romeo San Vicente has always been more "Dance 3, Looks 10" than the other way around. He can be reached care of this publication or at DeepInsideHollywood@qsyndicate.com.
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