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Hot, Hot, Hot: Your Flagrant July Movie Preview

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Here are some movies to distract you as the planet burns to a crisp and the Supreme Court undoes every single civil rights development of the last 50 years. Off to the multiplex, we go!   Whitney (July 6) — The first bio film to be sanctioned by Whitney Houston’s (R.I.P.) estate, this exploration of…

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Call Me By Your Name Was Meant To Have More Sex And Nudity

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For many people Call Me By Your Name, last year’s sun-soaked, early ’80s-set gay romance, was everything they’d ever wanted in a queer movie. It had two comely leading men (Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet), gorgeous Italian scenery, a mood-enhancing soundtrack courtesy of Sufjan Stevens, a curtain-closing speech by Michael Stuhlbarg that every gay man…

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Call Me By Your Second Name: Director, Cast On Board For Sequel

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Once again, queer folk are putting straights to shame in the romance department. Just a few days after Call Me By Your Name won Best Adapted Screenplay at the Oscars (in addition to nabbing three more nominations), the Internet is learning that the sequel will be set in the late ‘80s and will feature world…

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Pretty Painful: Armie Hammer’s Pre-Oscar Regime Is Bonkers

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Earlier this week, both celebrities and random people on the Internet questioned Call Me By Your Name star Armie Hammer for posting an Instagram video of him getting his shirtless chest “prepped” for the Oscars. But while certain people including Insecure star Jay Ellis asked things like, “Who is seeing your chest at the Oscars?”…

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Proposed ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Trilogy To Address HIV/AIDS Impact

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Call Me By Your Name might have one of the most bittersweet (if ultimately hopeful) endings in queer cinematic history, but director Luca Guadagnino is hinting that the story doesn’t actually have to end with Timothee Chalamet crying dramatically in front of a fireplace for ten minutes. While Guadagnino has already floated the idea of…

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Golden Globe Nominations Announced: ‘Call Me’ Scores 3, Kevin Spacey 0

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The Golden Globe nominations are out, and Kevin Spacey is nowhere to be seen. In fact, the Globes have seemingly gone out of their way to censure the accused sexual predator by nominating his last-minute replacement in All the Money in the World, Christopher Plummer. The Globes have also nominated Michelle Williams for Best Actress…

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Film Review: ‘Call Me By Your Name’ Swoony, Rapturous Romance Seduces

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By Evan Lambert Show of hands: Who here has blocked out their teen years? Oh wow, that’s a lot — OK, put ’em down put ’em down — KAREN, PUT YOUR GODDAMN HAND DOWN YOU MISSED IT … OK thank you. Well, I’m going to need you to unblock those years now. I don’t care…

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Nine Movies You Shouldn’t Miss In November

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In November, we’ll see the release of a large number of Oscar-bait prestige films, meticulously crafted biopics, dramas adapted from acclaimed novels, superhero sequels and even a couple wholly original films. But there will also be plenty of turkeys fighting for screen time at the multiplex before Thanksgiving. Speaking of turkeys, will Trump pardon one…

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‘Call Me By Your Name’ Sequel Already In The Works

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Director of Call Me By Your Name (scheduled for theatrical release on November 24, 2017) Luca Guadagnino is planning a sequel to the lush film set in 1980s picturesque Italy. In the vein of Richard Linklater’s film series—Before Sunrise, Before Sunset, Before Midnight—that reunites lovers Jesse and Celine (Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy) over a…

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Hammer Time! Armie Dances Like Nobody’s Watching

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As the Trump administration continues to chip away at queer and trans rights, and men and women of all persuasions continue to come forward about abuse at the hands of Hollywood power players, we’d like to present to you this clip that is literally just Armie Hammer dancing. Call Me By Your Name, which opens…

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