Timothée Chalamet, Kevin Feige, Charlemagne Tha God, Larry David, Jay Z, Tom Holland, Rufus Wainwright, Willie Garson, and More: #GAYNRD DAILY✊🏼🏳️‍🌈 🏄🏻‍♂️💫

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#GAYNRD DAILY Our news, art, and ephemera round-up from around the web, social media, and around the world for Wednesday September 21, 2021. Art  above: “John Constantine and Jim Gordon” by Shannon Tindle. Below: Cool graffiti in the background of All New Ghost Rider #4.

TWEET OF THE DAY

CURB YOUR ENTHUSIASM Timothée Chalamet and Larry David discussing things.

HAVE YOU SEEN his cake?

CALL ME BY YOUR NAME REDUX

CLOSED FOR GOOD After 28 years, Sega Ikebukuro Gigo has closed its doors. Kotaku: Last month, Sega announced that its Sega Ikebukuro Gigo arcade would be closing on September 20. Yesterday, fans gathered to say goodbye to the legendary game center at a ceremony Sega held to mark the end of its 28-year-run.

Out front hung a sign that read (in Japanese), “Thank you for 28 years.” Staff wore shirts with the same message, while loudspeakers played “Hotaru no Hikari” (The Light of the Firefly). Set to the tune of “Auld Lang Syne” but with different lyrics, the song is commonly played in Japanese stores right before closing.

REST IN PEACE Willie Garson, best known for his roles on Sex and the City and White Collar,has died, according to multiple reports. He was 57.

The actor died on Tuesday, following a brief illness, according to People, and was reportedly surrounded by his family at the time of his death. Several of Garson’s friends and colleagues shared the news of his death to social media, in tribute posts honoring his legacy.

 

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DISCUSSING DUNE Chalamet in full Atreides’ mode discussing the upcoming Dune.

 

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REAL TALK Ravishing Michaela breaks it down.

 

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FAN ART Wonder Woman by Richard Ingersoll.

COMEDIAN Connor Malbeuf cottaging in Ontario as Canadians do.

 

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EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE 

FUNNY BUSINESS via The Breakfast Club‘s Charlemagne Tha God whose new Comedy Central show, Tha God’s Honest Truth With Lenard “Charlamagne” McKelvey premiered last week. NPR: The radio star promises a weekly program offering an “unapologetically Black” look at a range of issues in politics and pop culture through in-depth interviews, sketch comedy and “social experiments.” He won’t give many details about what viewers will see, but promises it will cover a lot of ground.

 

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“There’s definitely two Americas … and I don’t know if that’s being presented on television the way it needs to be,” he says. “I’m just tackling what it is we are going through as Black people in this country, but also letting people know this affects us all as a whole.”

He’s getting help from some pretty accomplished executive producers, including The Boondocks creator Aaron McGruder and Stephen Colbert, who hosts a little late night show of his own over on CBS.

But what exactly can a 57-year-old white guy do to help develop an unapologetically Black talk show?

Charlamagne laughs while saying Colbert weighs in on the show so much they may be “getting on each others’ nerves.” Then he tells a story about advice he got from Colbert early, on, when the radio star initially planned to develop Tha God’s Honest Truth as a Daily Show-style news satire.

“[Colbert] told me, ‘When I launched The Colbert Report, I was the millionth white man with a talk show. So, I had to do something [like playing a character] to cut through,'” Charlamagne says. “He said, ‘You don’t have to do that. People come to you for your opinions and your ideas, so all you have to do is just be.'”

GAY BOY trapped in the midwest.

 

TOM HOLLAND is almost sold out of hoodies. “The Brothers Trust hoodies are now on sale! Head to our website to get yours. As always, it’s for a great cause. @momentumcharity is a fantastic organisation that helps support the families with children who are suffering from cancer. Learn more about them on our website.” 💛

 

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SKIN CARE routine. What do you mean you don’t have one?

ORIGINAL ART WandaVision by @Spdrmnkyxxiii.

REMEMBERING Leonard Cohen. Rufus Wainwright wrote on Instagram: Wishing a very happy birthday in heaven today to the man that has changed my life in so many wonderful ways, @leonardcohen!! You are so dearly missed. Hallelujah doesn’t even begin to cover it. X

Cohen who died in 2016 would have been 87 this year was a frequent collaborator.

 

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FANFARE Love, Victor‘s Michael Cimino and a fan.

 

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CUTE COUPLE OF THE DAY

 

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FAN ART Superboy (Conner Kent) and Roxie by @Kokiri85.

GRATUITOUS Contributor Bobby O’Brien.

 

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JAY Z London1998, photographed by Phil Knott.

 

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BRINGING BACK the original Batgirl suit by Bruno Redondo.

COVER BOYS

 

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NO WAY HOME 3XS

 

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Three kings.

PARTING SHOT Breaking: #KevinFeige has cast himself as the Punisher due to all the leakers within Marvel Studios

 

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WHAT IF…?