A genially cartoonish but rather sweet comedy that remixes "Clueless," "Mean Girls" and "Pretty in Pink" from a gay male teenage p.o.v.
Lionsgate is distancing itself from author Orson Scott Card’s opposition to gay marriage following the recent campaign to boycott the film “Ender’s Game,” which is based on his novel. The studio…
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Orson Scott Card has brushed off a proposed boycott of the upcoming Lionsgate movie "Ender's Game," asserting that his opposition to same-sex marriage has been rendered "moot" by the recent U.S…
Woody Allen added Eileen Atkins, Marcia Gay Harden, Jacki Weaver, Hamish Linklater and Simon McBurney to the cast of his latest film, currently shooting and set in the south of France. Emma Stone and…
The New Yorker unveiled its cover issue commemorating the Supreme Court rulings on same-sex marriage: an illustration of Bert and Ernie from “Sesame Street,” cuddling in front of a TV set, watching…
While TV's influence is sometimes exaggerated by cultural scolds, it's hard to debate the medium's role in gradually facilitating greater acceptance of gays and lesbians -- so much so that Vice…
Aside from being the epicenter of the Israel film industry, Tel Aviv is quickly earning a reputation as the hottest gay destination in the Middle East.
Although he has been involved in the film business for 20 years, James Gay-Rees isn't jaded. If anything, he finds producing, which he has been doing since 2002, invigorating.
Lionsgate has locked in Nicholas Braun to be friends with a "Gay Dude."
Newsweek's critic Ramin Setoodeh thinks that Sean Hayes, because he's gay, can't cut it playing a straight man in "Promises, Promises" on Broadway.