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Ryan Murphy Brings FX’s “Pose” to Ground Zero: Madonna’s 1991 Smash, “Vogue”

Ryan Murphy’s FX series Pose will make a leap in time and land at the very moment ballroom culture went mainstream in America — the month that Madonna released...

Three Brothers Forge Family Bonds in We the Animals

Here’s a dreamy drift through the troubled Childhood of a boy with a secret as he tries to understand the adult world and his place within it. Based on author Justin Torres’...

Little Leo Noakes Has a Sassy Alter-Ego: Meet 11-Year Old Violet Vixen

Leo Noakes — a.k.a. Violet Vixen — is an 11-year old English lad from Leicester who loves drag the way many kids his age love video games. He’s obsessed. He knows shoes,...

The CW Has Its Lesbian Batwoman: Out Actress Ruby Rose

The CW has cast Ruby Rose, an out-lesbian to play Batwoman in a new DC Comics-based series. will be suiting up as the DC hero Batwoman for The CW, Variety has learned. The network...

“Trick 2” Will Be A Reality By the 20th Anniversary of the Original

Trick 2, a sequel to the much-beloved gay rom/com of 1999, is in the early stages of pre-production, according to the original film’s director, Jim Fall. Many Trick fans...

Five Things We Want to See in “Pose” Season Two

What are we hoping for Blanca, Angel, Elektra, Pray Tell and company when FX’s diverse drama Pose returns in 2019? Spoiler Alert: This article contains references to plot...

“Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood” Is Vintage Tabloid Gossip from the Source

Meet Scotty, an ex-marine who saw action in WW II, though Scotty’s not a fighter, he’s a lover – of women, men, friendship, fame, his hilarious old wife, many cats and...

“McQueen” Documentary Brings Audiences into the Designer’s Dark and Brilliant Life

Anyone who lived in New York City in 2011 but was foolish enough not to attend Savage Beauty, the record breaking exhibition of fashion designer Alexander McQueen’s work at the...

Whitney Houston Biopic: See the Rise and Fall of the Greatest Voice of All

Whitney Houston was a tragic figure, counter to the sunny soul pop confections that made her one of the top recording artists of her lifetime. All of that roars to vivid life in...

“Far From the Tree:” How Families Cope with a Member Who Isn’t Like the Others

The old saying about parents and children says, “The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.” But what about when it does? Fueled by his life-long struggles with his sexual...

“Killjoys” Season 4 Is a Thrill Ride through the Non-Binary Galaxy

Killjoys Season 4 kicks off tonight, and fanboys and girls alike are eager with anticipation. The Syfy series follows a trio of interplanetary bounty hunters — Dutch, John, and...

“Mama Mia!” Here We Go Again — with Cher along for the Ride

It’s time to sing along again: ten years after Mamma Mia! became a surprise box office blockbuster, sequel Mama Mia! Here We Go Again hits the big screen July 20. Sail back to...