A sneak preview of Irish heartthrob ANDREW SCOTT in his hottest and raunchiest role to date

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If like the entire Queerguru Team you simpky cannot get enough of hunky Irish actor Andrew (‘don’t call me openly gay’) Scott, then you are going to love this latest news .  He has just signed up to voice  the role of Robb the Protector in the horny historical fiction series  erotic new audio series … Continue reading

Andrew Scott’s multi-award winning one-man VANYA for London’s National Theatre is now a movie

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    Everyone’s  favorite queer Irish actor ANDREW SCOTT played every part in his take of Checkov’s Vanya turning it into a one-man show. That was a herculean task, one that required him to shape-shift as he assumed male and female parts over a wide range of ages and backgrounds. .  For performance in the … Continue reading

First look at Andrew Haigh’s queer romance ALL OF US STRANGERS

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  All of us in the Queerguru Office are really jealous of Andrew Hebden. He’s our London-based Contributing Editor who is covering BFI’s London Film Festival which runs from 4 to 15 October 2023 where they will be screening one of the most highly anticipated queer movies of 2023.  ‘All Of Us Strangers‘ is the … Continue reading

First look of Irish actor (don’t say openly gay) Andrew Scott’s award-worthy performance in Netflix’s Ripley

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  Irish actor (don’t say openly gay) Andrew Scott who we fear will be unfairly overlooked by the Academy Award Nominating Committee for his stunning performance in All of Us Strangers is nevertheless about to stun us again. Netflix has just dropped this trailer for their new adaption of Patricia Highsmith’s Ripley novels.  Set in … Continue reading

Queerguru’s Ris Fatah raves about Andrew Haigh’s ALL OF US STRANGERS “A moving, must-see work of genius.”

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    Coming-of-age films tend to have a protagonist in their late teens, but what happens if your life at that age is too fraught and difficult to come of age properly? That was the case for most queer people in 1980s Britain. A very homophobic press and media, reflecting national opinions, combined with an … Continue reading

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