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Ellen Puts on a Really Big Show
You say a daily dose of funny Lesbian Ellen DeGeneres just isn't enough? Well, you're in luck - she'll be hosting a two-hour variety show for TBS this fall. Ellen's Really Big Show will feature highlights from November's HBO Comedy Festival in Las Vegas. Headliners who have confirmed to appear at the event include Jerry Seinfeld and Chris Rock, while previous fests have featured the likes of Dave Chappelle, Sarah Silverman, and Jon Stewart. As a former stand-up comic who's won three Emmys for hosting her own show (and is up for a primetime Emmy for hosting the Oscars), and as a woman ascending to the A-list of award and event hosts, Ellen is the perfect choice for this gig. Take a front-row seat for the best of the 2007 HBO Comedy Festival when Ellen's Really Big Show premieres on Nov. 18.

Anna Paquin Reads Alan Ball's Mind
They grow up so fast, don't they? It seems like just yesterday that Romeo won his Oscar pool by picking pre-teen Anna Paquin to win for The Piano. Now Paquin is in her 20s, and next up for her is True Blood, the new HBO series from Gay Six Feet Under creator Alan Ball. Based on Charlaine Harris' Southern Vampire series of books, the show deals with the undead - who can now live off of synthetic blood made in Japan - settling into a small town in Louisiana. Paquin stars as - how much do you love this character name? - Sookie Stackhouse, a waitress who can read minds. Sookie's romance with a vampire will be a central plot for the show, which goes into production this fall.

Jackass' Chris Pontius Strips for Action
John Waters has noted the "sexual anarchy" of the cult hit show Jackass, and with all those guys running around naked and launching fireworks off each other's privates, the brand has become one of the Gayest TV shows (and film series) ever made. Chris Pontius, in particular, seems to greatly enjoy his omnisexual "Party Boy" character, which allows him to strip down to a G-string and grind on horrified passers-by. So perhaps it's no surprise that he's about to star in a movie about male strippers. The still-untitled comedy stars Pontius as a young man pushed into the world of exotic dancing by, of all people, his fiancee's dad. And with the no-limits star involved, there's no telling how Queer the content will turn. Romeo's still waiting on word about when production will begin, but expect an R-rating.

More Adventures for Zoe Bell
Not to take anything away from Lesbian icon Lucy Lawless in her years starring on Xena: Warrior Princess, but just about all of Xena's most death-defying and acrobatic moves were performed by a talented stunt artist and Lesbian fave named Zoe Bell. If you saw the documentary Double Dare or Quentin Tarantino's Death Proof half of Grindhouse, you know that Bell can cheat death, perform eye-popping stunts, and be a natural in front of the camera all at the same time. A new, untitled action-adventure film will feature Bell as a war veteran newly returned from Iraq who comes to the aid of a young girl. No word yet on when the film will shoot, but one thing is for certain: Bell will do her own stunts. Spectacularly.

Romeo San Vicente does not do his own stunts. He doesn't even do his own windows. He can be reached care of this publication or at DeepInsideHollywood@qsyndicate.com.

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