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Louis C.K. Champions Indie LGBTQ Film “Check It”

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Louis C.K. may be on an extended hiatus from his hit FX show, however, he is not done giving us his engaging and edgy take on all things. After friend Steve Buscemi (Boardwalk Empire), turned him on to the documentary Check It by Toby Oppenheimer and Dana Flor, Louis became a huge fan and has emerged…

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Fantastic Beasts 2: Will Dumbledore Finally Get a BF?

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Rejoice fantasy cinema fans: there are FOUR more films scheduled in the booming Fantastic Beasts franchise, the next one currently shooting and hitting the big screen just before Thanksgiving 2018. JK Rowling’s prequel concept to the Harry Potter sagas, the Fantastic Beasts series is so far propelled by Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne), a young wizard…

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Todd Haynes Wonderstruck To Be Centerpiece of NY Film Festival

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Organizers of the New York Film Festival have chosen Todd Haynes’ latest work, Wonderstruck, as the Centerpiece selection for this year’s fest. The film garnered solid reviews and Oscar talk when it premiered at the Cannes Film Festival in May. Amazon Studios produced the film, adapted from Brian Selznick’s 2011 YA novel of the same…

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Gus Kenworthy Bares All On The Slopes, Explains Shrinkage

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Out ski champ Gus Kenworthy is the latest athlete to pose in the buff for ESPN’s annual Body Issue. The 26-year-old skier, who won the silver medal in men’s freestyle skiing at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, chatted with Good Morning America about the shoot, admitting that, after a beard trim and spray tan, he…

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Let’s Cast The Boys In The Band Revival

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When The Boys in the Band, Mart Crowley’s play about a birthday party that becomes a hellish night of unleashed secrets for a group of close-knit gay pals, opened off-Broadway in 1968, it made history as the first produced dramatic play to deal honestly with homosexuality. The show was an immediate sensation, running for more than…

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Sissy That Walk of Fame

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Clear your 2018 calendars. In the category of TELEVISION, illustrious media deity RuPaul Charles will be receiving a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame! RuPaul is an extra shimmery celestial being among a list of worthy fellow recipients—like Shonda Rimes, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Minnie Mouse, Jennifer Lawrence—totally worth the $40,000 cost incurred by the…

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Patriotic Pride: Celebrating Aaron Copland, The Gay “Dean Of American Composers”

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The summertime months offer innumerable outdoor concerts to celebrate America (is it great again?) with charming picnic baskets dangling from crooked arms. These musical events vary: Fireworks Spectacular with Pentatonix, John Philip Sousa’s “Stars and Stripes Forever” under the stars, and many small-town bandshell performances throughout the US of A providing “God Bless America” sing-along…

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Believe It! Cher Is Heading To Broadway

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Cher, currently a notable thorn-in-Trump’s-side-on-Twitter, will be the subject of what will probably be the most successful Broadway musical ever. Helmed by Jason Moore, director of Pitch Perfect as well as stage musical Avenue Q, the project is slated for Broadway in 2018. The book is by Rick Elice—who wrote for the stage The Addams…

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