01:45 PM EDT 01/26/2016
Originally posted 01/25/2016 03:45PM
Two-time Academy Award nominee Ian McKellen is weighing in on the controversy over the lack of diversity at the Oscars, pointing out that black actors aren't the only ones getting left out.
Originally posted 09/01/2015 07:15PM
From models and musicians to actors and athletes, Taylor Swift's #squad is ever-growing – not that everyone's necessarily interested in joining.
Originally posted 08/11/2015 05:30PM
He's played a space captain, a mutant professor and Macbeth, but Sir Patrick Stewart's latest (real-life) role? A member of Taylor Swift's crew!
Originally posted 07/23/2015 01:30PM
The actor gives his method for perfect scrambled eggs
Originally posted 07/20/2015 04:10PM
At 76 years old, Ian McKellen has started using the phrase "I'm at that age." And he's not too thrilled about it.
Originally posted 07/17/2015 09:00AM
Looks like Taylor Swift has added two new members to her squad: Sirs Patrick Stewart and Ian McKellen!
Originally posted 07/16/2015 02:40PM
It was love at first sight.
Originally posted 07/16/2015 11:15AM
The legendary actor dishes on everything from his toughest roles to fighting hobbits in his online Q&A
Ian McKellen on Playing an Elderly Sherlock in Mr. Holmes: 'It's Never Too Late to Solve a Puzzle and to Find Yourself'
Originally posted 07/14/2015 08:45AM
Ian McKellen sees a bit of himself in every character he plays – but that goes double for his latest role as the enigmatic Sherlock Holmes.
Originally posted 06/16/2015 10:00AM
Sir Ian McKellen didn't come out as a gay man until he was 49, but he is making up for lost time now.
McKellen is the co-founder of Stonewall U.K., which lobbies for legal and social equality for gay people, and is a patron of the Albert Kennedy Trust, which supports homeless LGBT youths. For his ongoing support of the LGBTQ community, the Oscar-nominated actor was presented with the 2015 Trevor Hero Award at Monday's TrevorLIVE New York.
"Well, as is often the case with gay people and the problems that they have because society is pointing a finger at them and saying, 'Your difference makes you inferior,' The Trevor Project is doing things that the government should be doing, that schools should be doing, that society as a whole should be doing," McKellen told PEOPLE at the event celebrating The Trevor Project's support of for LGBTQ youth.
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