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Call Me By Your Name Sequel Details Revealed: Kleenex Stock Will Soar

If you read the Andre Aciman novel, you know that Elio’s story does not end the way Call Me By Your name concludes. Cue director Luca Guadagnino’s plan for the sequel....

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...

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...

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...

He’s Making a List . . . of the Best Gay Yuletide Movies Ever

What to do while those yuletide treats are in the oven and you’re stringing popcorn together? Try a few not-so-well known gay holiday movies....

Not a Moment Drags in Trockadero Ballet Doc, Rebels on Pointe

While Rebels on Pointe isn’t landmark cinema, it does give you a charming introduction to Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo....

Oscar Talk Swirls Around a New Movie Romance: Call Me By Your Name

Come away to the bucolic Italian countryside of 1983, where a young man’s world is budding with discovery and desire....

What’s on Top of Your List of Can’t Miss Million-Dollar Ideas?

I was strolling past the magazine counter yesterday at the airport on my way to Fort Lauderdale to cover the gay scene, when this LIFE magazine jumped out at me — along with a...

Last Flag Flying Creates a Cinematic Veteran’s Tribute

As with many of Richard Linklater’s films, Last Flag Flying would be hard not to like. I’d even go so far as to say that this broadly appealing film might even have the...

Thelma Full of Cinematic Same Sex Attraction and Intrigue

Thelma opens on a little girl and her father walking through a snowy Norwegian wilderness. When they come upon a deer, the little girl stares transfixed while her father raises...

You’ll Go Dutch for the Colorful Costume Drama Tulip Fever

It was one of history’s great economic bubbles: a period in 17th century Holland when a single tulip bulb could be worth an obscene amount of money. During this time of manic...