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Slick assassins in sensible shoes bring the fun in slaying thugs with full fighting fury in Navot Papushado's new film.
"Feel Good" takes its final bow with a powerful season two of the topsy-turvy love story of George and Mae
"Dance of the 41" reimagines a scandalous chapter of Mexican queer history as a lush period melodrama, both sexy and tragic
In Amazon's documentary "All I Know So Far," we see Pink The Mother and Pink The Wife, not just Pink The Performer
Ryan O'Connell closes out two groundbreaking seasons of Special, and opens up about writing his way to sobriety
The Bachelor star Colton Underwood told Variety that someone threatened to leak nude photos, which forced him to confront his sexuality
Ryan Murphy's Netflix miniseries "Halston" swaggers and staggers, but finds its stride on the biopic runway
McGregor said he understood concerns about straight actors taking gay roles, but Halston's sexuality was "just one part of who he was"
Netflix documentary blends memory with poetry in remembering the killing of 15-year old Latasha Harlins
Lance Bass has criticized Colton Underwood for "monetizing" his coming out experience with a Netflix reality series
In Netflix's "The Irregulars," Victorian Era street kids team with Holmes and Watson to prevent a supernatural apocalypse
Alice Oseman's popular gay comic Heartstopper will become a live action Netflix series
Pellman and DeBose star as queer teens whose secret love sparks controversy and choruses in Netflix's The Prom
Rannells plays a straight character in "The Prom," which features James Corden in a gay role
Netflix's lean, loose film captures the collision of two incredible talents running at full steam.