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Alexandra Shipp cast as Storm in new X-men Apocalypse
I actually liked the aaliyah movie. I also saw her on the drumline movie bc of my daughter. She did good in both and it showed u how bad days writing was. I am glad she is doing well. I would not put days in my bio with how bad the writing has been.

Soap World: Exciting Days Ahead
KLK
Jan 13 2015, 12:06 PM
I could see the show toying with Rafe and Abby, to keep the rivalry going between Rafe and Chad once Jordan is gone.

Other than her, the only 2 people I see him with is Nicole or Serena. I would love Kayla, not sure they'd go there.
Paul's mom is coming on screen and so is merideth. Maybe they put him with one of thse 2. Sounds about the same time

SOD/TV Guide: Interview with Guy, Christopher, and Freddie
Will&Sonny
Jan 8 2015, 05:01 PM
crookedhalo
Jan 8 2015, 04:36 PM
Sevprince
Jan 8 2015, 02:39 PM
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TV Guide Magazine: Well, we certainly can’t blame Paul.

Sean: No, Paul is not the villain in this triangle. Sure, he has animalistic urges and he pounced, but it’s Will who was easily swayed. Will has bitten off more than he can chew. He wanted that forbidden fruit! The only thing Paul is guilty of is wanting human connection. He wants love. That’s why he reached out to Sonny and now he’s seeking comfort from Will and there’s nothing wrong with that. It’s a basic human need. He has no idea he’s having sex with his ex-lover’s husband. Paul thinks Will is single. He’s not wearing a wedding ring. [Laughs] Will’s the bad guy!

TV Guide Magazine: Was Paul flirting with all the chicks at Salem U. Hospital just a bulls--t act, or is he possibly bi?
Sean: Well, after I kissed Jen Lilley [Theresa], I think he’s probably bi. [Laughs] No, Paul is fully homosexual and he’s in love with Sonny. That is his only love.

TV Guide Magazine: Guy, why the hell does Will take off his wedding ring every time he goes to interview Paul for his magazine article? Seems pretty sleazy.

Wilson: He removes it on the advice of his editors, so that Paul will not learn anything about Will, just to keep the whole business encounter objective.
TV Guide Magazine: Hmm…I must have missed that class in journalism school. So, Freddie, what exactly is Sonny feeling about Paul right now? Could a Paul-Sonny hookup still happen?

Smith: Paul was Sonny’s first love and he wanted to be with him forever but couldn’t get over the fact that Paul didn’t want to come out. It wasn’t that they didn’t love each other anymore. Nobody cheated. It was never that they were incompatible. When they broke up they were still in love. In the coming months, you’re going to learn a lot more about their relationship, and about Sonny. Being secretive with Paul was fun for a little while…until it wasn’t.

Sean: But my dad fast-forwards through all the fun stuff. My mom turns away from the screen. My sister is the one who antagonizes them. During all those flashbacks of Paul and Sonny having sex, she was, like, “Look, look!” But my parents won’t watch. Then my sister has to say, “Okay, they’re done. You can look now.” I don’t know how they’ll react to the sex scenes between Will and Paul, which are pretty hectic. They’re very sexual. There’s lovemaking and then there’s sex – and Paul and Will are having the latter. It’s tough. It’s awesome.

TV Guide Magazine: So, then, this thing with Will is just sexual? No love blooming here?

Wilson: When a good-looking person comes on to you, it’s always flattering and a little intriguing, and it’s always fun to entertain those questions of “What if?” But that is the extent of it for Will — just being flattered that this very handsome, very successful pro athlete was making a pass at him. The connection and the magnetism Will and Sonny have for each other is not about to falter. But it will be challenged in a very serious way.


Will is more than the bad guy here. How do the writers ever expect people to want Will and Sonny to work it out. There is nothing to work out. Only payoff is Sonny moving on from Will. I hope they do that although I know better of course. They totally trashed Will. He doesn't even show remorse, guilt, shame. He didn't even seem to think of Ari. All this in addition to his shitty treatment and uncaring attitude toward Sonny.



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Sean: But my dad fast-forwards through all the fun stuff. My mom turns away from the screen. My sister is the one who antagonizes them. During all those flashbacks of Paul and Sonny having sex, she was, like, “Look, look!” But my parents won’t watch. Then my sister has to say, “Okay, they’re done. You can look now.” I don’t know how they’ll react to the sex scenes between Will and Paul, which are pretty hectic. They’re very sexual.


Ok, so I don't consider myself stupid, but can someone explain this to me?? Chandler Massey's problems was the same as Sean's parents he seemed uncomfortable in the gay scenes. I mean better actors have played the reverse sexual roles and seemed flawless. Like Tom Selleck, Eric Roberts, Tom Hanks & Antonio Banderas just to name some big ones, hello it's acting, geez.
Christopher Sean didn't really make it clear whether his parents are uncomfortable because he's doing sex scenes with guys or just because he's doing sex scenes, period. Lots of parents are uncomfortable watching their kids in sex scenes on television shows or in films. It doesn't necessarily mean his parents are homophobic, although I get the impression that Michael Logan was trying to make that implication -- that Christopher's parents disapprove of gay people just as much as Paul believes his mother would disapprove of him being gay, just because of their background. It wasn't fair of Logan to make that assumption, though, and I wish Christopher's response had been clearer, because it does sort of cast his parents in a potentially bad light, and I'm sure that wasn't his intention.
I think its a generation thing. My mother has no issue with gays. Our cousin is gay but she doesnt like seeing it on tv. It could be the same here. It is there son. Its one thing to know and another to see.