Actress Ellen Page, best known for her Oscar-nominated turn in the delightful indie “Juno,” is finally letting everyone know she is gay.
Attending the inaugural conference for the Human Rights Campaign, Page said, “I’m here today because I am gay, and because maybe I can make a difference.”
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"Juno" star Ellen Page, 22, will go from actress to TV writer/producer for her next project.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Page has joined forces with HBO to pen and produce "Stitch n' Bitch," a project about two hipster girls who relocate from Brooklyn to Silver Lake, hoping to become artists. Page will write the comedy with fellow actors Alia Shawkat and Sean Tillmann.
It is still unknown whether the writing trio will also act in the project. Page, Shawkat and Tillmann recently worked together on Drew Barrymore's directorial debut, "Whip It."
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The 34-year-old recently wrapped her directorial debut "Whip It!" -- a dramedy about an indie-rock misfit who discovers a nearby roller derby -- and stars Drew, Ellen Page and Jimmy Fallon.
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