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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...

“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...

New Dumbledore Jude Law Says His Character Will Come out a Bit at a Time

Albus Dumbledore, Harry Potter’s mentor and out-of-the closet wizard will be played by Jude Law in the newest installment of Fantastic Beasts, the prequel to Potter’s...

Bohemian Rhapsody: It May Rock, But Will it Shock?

Bohemian Rhapsody, the Queen biopic, has dropped a new preview. But will it tell the truth about Freddy Mercury, or simply burnish the band’s legend? The film trailer...

Do Superhero Movies Send the Wrong Messages to LGBTQs — and Straight Kids?

Superhero movies are enjoying a long and golden moment in cinema sunshine right now. Everybody wants to see them, but nobody can say what that means — until now. In a New York...

Priscilla’s Guy Pearce Dishes on Kylie, Spacey, Kate Winslet and More

Guy Pearce, star of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, Memento, and the gay American history miniseries, When We Rise, talks some smack and shares some love in a new video. Like...

The Cakemaker Is a Sure-Footed Film about Love, Loss and Redemption

The Cakemaker will make you believe that a dead man’s boyfriend can find love again — in the arms of his late lover’s widow. It’s the oddest love triangle...

That Summer: The Doc that Takes You Back Before Grey Gardens

Those who love the unflinching documentary Grey Gardens will be happy to know that there’s more to be seen of its subjects in this film that is, in many ways, an even closer...

American Animals: A Clever, Canny Cinematic Triumph

A talented cast of young actors and real-life participants reenact this real-life tale of a daring art heist. Following his documentary The Imposter (a true story that nearly...

Alex Strangelove Wants Audiences to Love Simon All over Again

Alex Strangelove is a feel-good coming out story for questioning teens trying to navigate same-sex attraction. The film, which bowed Friday on Netflix, is right out of the...

A Single Dad and His Daughter Create Music, Magic in Hearts Beat Loud

It’s a sweet little musical indie starring everyone’s favorite teddy bear, Nick Offerman (Parks and Recreation). Frank (Offerman) has run a funky record store in Brooklyn’s...

A Star Is Born Again, with Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga

Here’s your first look at the third remake of A Star Is Born, and one thing you can say about it from the preview: it’s not playing safe. This is, of course. the third...