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Gay Rom-Com 'Bros' Won't be Distributed in the Middle East

Gay Rom-Com 'Bros' Won't be Distributed in the Middle East

Sep 24, 2022

The Billy Eichner-penned rom-com — Hollywood's first with two out men in the leads — is preemptively canceling release in the Middle East due to cultural concerns.

Marilyn Monroe Fascination Comes to Netflix with 'Blonde'

Marilyn Monroe Fascination Comes to Netflix with 'Blonde'

By Lindsey Bahr | Sep 23, 2022

Marilyn Monroe has been dead for 60 years, but there is still a kind of madness around her that remains.

Review Roundup: Critics Show Their Love of 'Bros' after Toronto Premiere

Review Roundup: Critics Show Their Love of 'Bros' after Toronto Premiere

Sep 23, 2022

"Bros," Billy Eichner's queer rom-com, doesn't hit theaters until September 30, but the film was screened at the Toronto Film Festival and is already getting the kind of reviews that make it a must-see.

Lesbian Twitter Reacts to New Queer Netflix Teen Romcom 'Do Revenge'

Lesbian Twitter Reacts to New Queer Netflix Teen Romcom 'Do Revenge'

By Andrea Marks Joseph | Sep 23, 2022

The new queer teen romcom "Do Revenge" is trending on Netflix and social media. Paying homage to an array of 90s and 00s romcom, Lesbian Twitter didn't hold back to reacting to the hilarious film, starring Camila Mendes and Maya Hawke.

Full Lineup Announced for 27th Seattle Queer Film Festival

Full Lineup Announced for 27th Seattle Queer Film Festival

Sep 23, 2022

Three Dollar Bill Cinema has announced the full lineup of film screenings and special programs for the 27th Seattle Queer Film Festival (SQFF), taking place October 13-24.

Review: Sidney Poitier Documentary Shows a Constant Striving

Review: Sidney Poitier Documentary Shows a Constant Striving

By Mark Kennedy | Sep 23, 2022

Poitier's rise from humble origins to Oscar-winning box office draw and civil rights figure who remade Hollywood seems almost scripted, almost too good to be true, but such was Poitier, a life well-lived.

Queering Cinema: 'The Women'

Queering Cinema: 'The Women'

By Robert Nesti | Sep 23, 2022

The 1939 comedy "The Women" resonates as a queer classic on many levels, least of all was that its director was George Cukor.

Review: 'Catherine Called Birdy' is a Medieval Delight

Review: 'Catherine Called Birdy' is a Medieval Delight

By Lindsey Bahr | Sep 23, 2022

Lena Dunham has made something of a triumph in "Catherine Called Birdy," a medieval coming-of-age story that's part "Bridget Jones's Diary," part Mel Brooks and all joy.

Q&A: Lena Dunham on Medieval Romp 'Catherine Called Birdy'

Q&A: Lena Dunham on Medieval Romp 'Catherine Called Birdy'

By Jake Coyle | Sep 22, 2022

It's been 12 years since Dunham's feature film debut, 2010's "Tiny Furniture." (She was just 23 when it premiered.) In the time since, she's packed in just about every aspect of show-business experience.

'Bros' - Billy Eichner and Luke MacFarlane on Their Big Gay Rom-com

'Bros' - Billy Eichner and Luke MacFarlane on Their Big Gay Rom-com

By Brian Bromberger | Sep 22, 2022

Promoted as the first romantic comedy from a major studio (Universal) about two gay men and the first studio film in history with an entirely LGBTQ principal cast, "Bros" finally arrives in San Francisco on September 29.

Watch: Out Actors Jonathan Groff & Ben Aldridge Play Gay Couple in M. Night Shyamalan's 'Knock at the Cabin'

Watch: Out Actors Jonathan Groff & Ben Aldridge Play Gay Couple in M. Night Shyamalan's 'Knock at the Cabin'

Sep 22, 2022

Filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan is sharing the first trailer to his upcoming horror movie "Knock at the Cabin," starring out actors Jonathan Groff and Ben Aldridge as a gay couple with a daughter who have their vacation turn into horror.

Review: Is 'Don't Worry Darling' Worth all the Drama?

Review: Is 'Don't Worry Darling' Worth all the Drama?

By Jake Coyle | Sep 21, 2022

"Don't Worry Darling," which opens in theaters Friday, takes a kind of "Stepford Wives" or "Truman Show" concept and reorients it with a potent #MeToo lens.

Don't Miss These 10 Films at Reeling: The Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival

Don't Miss These 10 Films at Reeling: The Chicago LGBTQ+ International Film Festival

By Frank J. Avella | Sep 21, 2022

Reeling, the second-longest-running LGBTQ+ film festival in the world, is celebrating its 40th Anniversary edition with a host of impressive selections. Here are 10 must-see recommendations.

Watch: Trans Actor Jamie Clayton in Hulu's 'Hellraiser' Reboot

Watch: Trans Actor Jamie Clayton in Hulu's 'Hellraiser' Reboot

By Emell Adolphus | Sep 20, 2022

Out trans actor Jamie Clayton stars as the titular character in Hulu's terrifying reboot.

What to Watch @ Atlanta's 'Out on Film' Fest

What to Watch @ Atlanta's 'Out on Film' Fest

By Frank J. Avella | Sep 20, 2022

Out on Film, Atlanta's LGBTQ+ Film Festival is commemorating its 35th year with a fabulous lineup of eclectic films. Here are some suggestions for viewing.

2022 Toronto Int. Film Fest Diary: Entry 4 - The People's Choice

2022 Toronto Int. Film Fest Diary: Entry 4 - The People's Choice

By C.J. Prince | Sep 19, 2022

In his last dispatch, EDGE contributor C.J. Prince wraps up his final thoughts on the Toronto International Film Festival, the People's Choice winner Steven Spielberg's "The Fabelmans," as well as films "Winter Boy" and "The Origin of Evil."

Steven Spielberg's 'Fabelmans' Wins Toronto Audience Award

Steven Spielberg's 'Fabelmans' Wins Toronto Audience Award

By Jake Coyle | Sep 19, 2022

Steven Spielberg's autobiographical coming-of-age drama "The Fabelmans" won the Toronto International Film Festival's top prize, the People's Choice Award, solidifying its early status as Academy Awards frontrunner.

'The Woman King' Takes North American Box Office Throne

'The Woman King' Takes North American Box Office Throne

By Lindsey Bahr | Sep 18, 2022

The Viola Davis-led action epic " The Woman King " easily conquered the North American box office in its first weekend in theaters, against a crowded market of new releases.

Queer, Unauthorized 'Joker' Parody Canned from TIFF

Queer, Unauthorized 'Joker' Parody Canned from TIFF

Sep 18, 2022

A queer, rogue indie horror movie found itself at the center of a copyright issue at the Toronto Film Festival.

What to Watch: From 'Bros' to Styles to 'Heathers' to Marilyn

What to Watch: From 'Bros' to Styles to 'Heathers' to Marilyn

By Frank J. Avella | Sep 18, 2022

Fall means the start of awards season, with numerous exciting offerings that are coming to theaters and streaming platforms.

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