Star Trek: Discovery raised a lot of red flags when it was announced late last year that original showrunner Bryan Fuller was leaving the series to devote his attention to finishing American Gods for Starz. Akiva Goldsman stepped into...Show More Summary
It’s no secret that CBS All Access’s upcoming Star Trek: Discovery reboot has had a bumpy road to its debut, most notably with the abrupt departure of co-creator Bryan Fuller. But the network has proven increasingly committed to the project in recent months, expanding the series’s episode order and providing ... More »
The actor took to Instagram to discuss his sexuality, husband & the importance of coming out at your own pace.
American Gods creator Fuller outed the actor during a talk at Los Angeles's Outfest.
In the video after the jump, Bryan Fuller gives a moving speech about what it's taken to get to this point in his career. He also outs a cast member of one of his previous shows, which isn't exactly okay.
Thomas Dekker, an actor known for his work on The Sarah Connor Chronicles, The Secret Circle, and for his role as Hayden Panettiere’s high school friend Zach in Heroes, has come out as gay and revealed that he is married to a man. Dekker did so after Hannibal and American ... More »
People have more or less "known" that Thomas Dekker wasn't straight for a while. Part of that's gaydar, part of that had to do with some of the roles that he's taken... actually it was mostly just gaydar. People "knew" before Colton Haynes came out, too. Show More Summary
"While it is an odd situation, I thank him because it presents a prime opportunity for me to publicly say that I am indeed a man who proudly loves other men."
At this year’s Outfest Los Angeles LGBT Film Festival, Bryan Fuller accepted an Achievement Award for his visionary work on shows like Hannibal, Pushing Daisies, and, more recently, American Gods. During his speech, Fuller touched on queer representation on the small screen, and how it’s changed in the course of his career. Show More Summary
Thomas Dekker Reveals He’s Gay After ‘Prominent Gay Man’ Outed Him 29-year-old 'Heroes' actor Thomas Dekker just came out as gay in an emotional essay posted on Twitter Thursday evening after being outed by Bryan Fuller. Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
Thomas Dekker, known best for his role on “Heroes," came out as gay Thursday and revealed that he was married.
In his acceptance speech as the Outfest Achievement Award Honoree, Bryan Fuller looked back at all the opposition he's faced to gay characters on his shows - and how his experience with American Gods demonstrates how much things have changed.
At Outfest, the gay writer and producer discussed how shows like Dead Like Me and Wonderfalls had been “hetwashed” over the course of his career.
"There was almost a kiss before he fell into the sea with the man he loved."
While we’ve slowly been getting more details about the cast and premise of the upcoming Star Trek: Discovery (and completed the five stages of grief over the loss of Bryan Fuller behind the scenes), with the first trailer for the series suggesting things were not looking good for the U.S.S. Show More Summary
Before American Gods premiered, fans of Neil Gaiman's novel wondered how much of the series would follow the source material and how much would deviate from the words on the page. After all, co-showrunner Bryan Fuller's former series,...Show More Summary
It’s been a bit of a bumpy road to the small screen for CBS’s Star Trek: Discovery, with original showrunner Bryan Fuller stepping away entirely and multiple delays pushing the show’s premiere from January to May and eventually until this fall. Show More Summary
Yesterday, veteran actor Cloris Leachman was honored with PETA’s Lifetime Achievement Award for her longtime commitment to animal advocacy. Bryan Fuller, the creator of the hit TV series American... The post Photos: Cloris Leachman Receives PETA’s Lifetime Achievement Award appeared first on PETA.
"First and foremost, it was a wonderful platform to talk about faith and belief and where we put our energies in this country," said American Gods executive producer Bryan Fuller of what attracted him to bringing Neil Gaiman's acclaimed novel to the small screen. Show More Summary
Fuller may be gone but his vision is not forgotten according to Star Trek: Discovery executive producer Alex Kurtzman.