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‘Last Jedi’ Disappoints With Lack Of LGBTQ Inclusion

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Did you recently have a brief, new hope that the Star Wars franchise might unveil its first-ever queer character? Did that feeling have something to do with the fact that one of The Last Jedi’s stars, Oscar Isaac, literally said in an interview that this would happen? MILD SPOILER ALERTS…. SERIOUSLY GO AWAY … Well,…

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Oscar Isaac Has Basically Confirmed Laura Dern’s ‘Star Wars’ Character Is Queer

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We still don’t know much about Laura Dern’s mysterious lavender-haired character in The Last Jedi — other than the fact that she’ll probably, like, be in space at one point — but in a new Collider interview, her costar Oscar Isaac has seemingly confirmed that her character will, in fact, be queer. After Dern and…

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10 Films You Need To See In December

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The Disaster Artist – December 1 Not a queer film — but it does star the queer-adjacent James Franco as Tommy Wiseau, the director of cult fave The Room. The film, which follows Wiseau as he creates his critically panned pet project, also stars Seth Rogen, Dave Franco, Josh Hutcherson, Eliza Coupe, Melanie Griffith, Bryan…

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The Fierce Is With Her: Is Laura Dern ‘Star Wars” First LGBT Character?

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The Force is strong with rumors that Laura Dern’s role in the new Star Wars film may be the franchise’s first queer character. The Last Jedi opens on December 15, and if there is anyone in the galaxy fierce enough to burst through the Star Wars queer force field, it’s Dern. W Magazine laid-out the…

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Celebs Join The Call To Stop Gun Lobby Influence: #RejectTheNRA

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Everytown is a gun safety advocacy nonprofit group that has launched a PSA video to engage all citizens to work toward sensible gun control. After the October 1 mass shooting in Las Vegas, a groundswell of fed-up celebrities signed on to promote Everytown’s mission. Julianne Moore, Emma Stone, Adam Scott, Jack Antonoff, Laura Dern, Melissa…

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