You may know Lee Daniels as the director of the Academy Award nominated Precious (excuse me, Precious: Based on the Novel "Push" by Sapphire), and the recent box office success The Butler (excuse me, Lee Daniels' The Butler), as well as the all-time bad classic The Paperboy, in which Nicole Kidman saves Zac Efron's life by peeing on him, and that's not even the oddest thing about the film. Say what you will, Lee Daniels has the distinction of being the most successful openly-gay, African-American film director working today.
Did you read the Lee Daniels interview in the latest issue of Out Magazine? I think it's in the same issue in which Josh Hutcherson says that he would not rule out some hot man love in the future. In the interview, Daniels lays out his plans to star Alex Pettyfer in an "Alex Pettyfer is in it, [but] I have to find the right black guy opposite him. He's so hot, isn't he? So hot. And so aware of his hotness in a way that's so…I love him to death." He also says, quite bizarrely,
The Butler. I'm in a rare group. So this is something I feel good about." Good luck, Mr. Daniels. I'm pulling for you. Personally, I think you're ca-razy if you think it's going to be that easy. But I guess we'll see. "I don't think I'm going to have a problem now. I made a $100 million for