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God Save the Queens: Here Come RuPaul’s All-Stars for Season 3

Welcome to the anything-but-flat screen, as the queens from RuPaul’s Drag Race All-Stars Season 3 gathered to play nice together — maybe for the last time. On a chilly...

The Eyes Have It: Queer Eye for the Straight Guy Returns to TV

Bye Bye Bye Bravo and Hello, Netflix. Next month, the platform will reboot the groundbreaking (and Emmy-winning) lifestyle intervention show Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. When...

Timothée Chalamet Delicately Dances Around Working with Woody Allen

Still basking in all the Oscar attention for Call Me By Your Name, actor Timothée Chalamet is already finding that celebrity comes at a price....

Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool: The Best New Movie You Know Nothing About

Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool Annette Bening gives a career-defining performance as aging film star who romances a man a quarter her age, brilliantly underplayed by...

Director Sean Baker Brings Gritty Reality to Screens in The Florida Project

Director Sean Baker employs the same raw but expressive style and use of amateur actors that worked so well in his tasty Tangerine. Here, he trades in the misfit-ridden streets of...

Hate on Skates Comes to the Cinema with I, Tonya

Why revisit the infamous tale of Tonya Harding? It turns out that the story of the famously trashy skater with talent enough to reach the Olympics but not the polish and poise...

Star Trek: Discovery Plot Twist Stuns Its Gay Audience

There’s a shockwave moving faster than Warp Factor 10 through the Star Trek universe, and gay fans of the franchise are none too happy about it....

Jill Loves Dick. We Love Jill. Soloway Completes Our People We Love List

They took risks, defied expectations, spoke out, redefined cool and made us proud to call them members and allies of our community. Jill Soloway We have previously saluted Soloway...

“Molly’s Game” Sees Aaron Sorkin’s Directorial Debut

Aaron Sorkin directs his first feature, and since he also wrote the script, it’s all quite Sorkinesque: smart characters delivering clever, quippy dialogue at a fast clip —...

Is The Phantom Thread a Farewell Film From Daniel Day-Lewis?

1950s British couturier Reynolds Woodcock (Daniel Day-Lewis) is very particular. While this helps him meticulously craft beautiful gowns for his rich important clients, it does...

People We Love: Ryan Murphy Spotlights LGBT Characters on Stage and Screen

They took risks, defied expectations, spoke out, redefined cool and made us proud to call them members and allies of our community. Ryan Murphy For a while, it seemed like he was...

Guillermo del Toro’s The Shape of Water

Writer/director Guillermo del Toro has long been a master at telling the best kind of fairy tales. He’s back and better than ever with The Shape of Water, which manages to be...