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With Red Carpets Rolled Up, the Oscar Race Goes Virtual

With Red Carpets Rolled Up, the Oscar Race Goes Virtual

MOVIES | By Jake Coyle | Dec 4, 2020

This is the time of year when Hollywood's awards-season-industrial complex usually shifts into high gear.

The Yuletide's Gay: New Holiday TV Movies

The Yuletide's Gay: New Holiday TV Movies

TELEVISION | By David-Elijah Nahmod | Dec 4, 2020

Once again, holiday movies will abound on your TV screens for the Christmas season, but this year, for the first time, holiday films made especially for queer-inclusive families are hitting the air.

Review: 'I'm Your Woman' Explores Female Agency

Review: 'I'm Your Woman' Explores Female Agency

MOVIES | By Megan Kearns | Dec 4, 2020

Julia Hart's unique crime drama stars Rachel Brosnahan as a woman on the run. Well-written and with great performances, the film explores female agency, grief, and motherhood.

Review: Indie Thriller 'What Lies Below' is a Guilty Pleasure

Review: Indie Thriller 'What Lies Below' is a Guilty Pleasure

MOVIES | By Kevin Taft | Dec 4, 2020

"What Lies Below" is a relatively diverting thriller, even when most of what you want to know goes unanswered.

Zany 'Half Brothers' Makes Some Serious Points

Zany 'Half Brothers' Makes Some Serious Points

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Dec 4, 2020

Director Luke Greenfield, working with screenwriters Jason Shuman and Eduardo Cisneros, creates a colorful, often-effective seriocomic film about the complexities of family. What's not so effective is the road trip humor.

Review: 'Nomadland' Travels Through Social, Economic Margins

Review: 'Nomadland' Travels Through Social, Economic Margins

MOVIES | By Megan Kearns | Dec 4, 2020

Chloé Zhao's beautiful, powerful drama starring Frances McDormand looks at van-dwelling. Visually poetic and lyrical, it's a sensitive depiction of grief, humanity, economic struggles, and the meaning of home.

Review: 'Mank' is One of 2020's Best

Review: 'Mank' is One of 2020's Best

MOVIES | By Frank J. Avella | Dec 4, 2020

David Fincher's "Mank" is quite simply the best film of 2020, and one of the most significant films of our two-decade old millennium.

Volunteer Bitten by Tiger at Carole Baskin's Big Cat Rescue

Volunteer Bitten by Tiger at Carole Baskin's Big Cat Rescue

CELEBRITIES | By Curt Anderson and Freida Frisaro | Dec 4, 2020

A female volunteer who regularly feeds big cats was bitten and seriously injured by a tiger Thursday morning at Carole Baskin's Big Cat Rescue sanctuary in Florida, which was made famous by the Netflix series "Tiger King," officials said.

Cheers! Or Not: 'Scandalous' 1st Christmas Card Up for Sale

Cheers! Or Not: 'Scandalous' 1st Christmas Card Up for Sale

CULTURE | Dec 4, 2020

The first commercially printed Christmas card is up for sale — a merry Victorian-era scene that scandalized some who denounced it as humbug when it first appeared in 1843.

Warner Bros. to Release All 2021 Films on HBO Max, Theaters

Warner Bros. to Release All 2021 Films on HBO Max, Theaters

MOVIES | By Jake Coyle | Dec 3, 2020

In the most seismic shift by a Hollywood studio yet during the pandemic, Warner Bros. Pictures on Thursday announced that all of its 2021 film slate will stream on HBO Max at the same time they play in theaters.

Watch: John Waters Picks the Best Movies of 2020

Watch: John Waters Picks the Best Movies of 2020

MOVIES | Dec 3, 2020

John Waters picks the best movies of 2020 and they aren't the usual suspects.

Move Over Borat — A New Kazakhstan Star is Born

Move Over Borat — A New Kazakhstan Star is Born

CULTURE | Dec 3, 2020

You have got to wonder if Sacha Baron Cohen is behind all this.

Elliot Page Will Continue to Play 'Umbrella Academy' Role Vanya

Elliot Page Will Continue to Play 'Umbrella Academy' Role Vanya

TELEVISION | Dec 3, 2020

Variety is reporting that Elliot Page, who came out as trans this week, will continue playing the role of Vanya on the hit Netflix superhero series "The Umbrella Academy."

Lawfully Good: The Lavender Tube on SVU, Johnny Sibilly and More

Lawfully Good: The Lavender Tube on SVU, Johnny Sibilly and More

TELEVISION | By Victoria A. Brownworth | Dec 3, 2020

"Law & Order: Special Victims Unit"'s intense drama, "Big Sky"'s race controversy, Johnny Sibilly's fun show, and more TV hits and misses are covered.

Gay Romcom 'Happiest Season' Breaks Hulu Records, Director Teases Sequel

Gay Romcom 'Happiest Season' Breaks Hulu Records, Director Teases Sequel

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Dec 3, 2020

Hulu's LGBTQ-themed holiday movie "Happiest Season" has shattered records at the streamer - and out writer-director Clea DuVall is saying she'd be interested in following up with a sequel.

Being Trans, Playing Gay; Hollywood & TV's Evolution

Being Trans, Playing Gay; Hollywood & TV's Evolution

MOVIES | By Jim Provenzano | Dec 3, 2020

The news of Elliot Page's coming out as transgender spread across the internet. At the same time, with less fanfare, actor Viggo Mortensen raised eyebrows with his defense of playing a gay character, both show how LGBT actors and portrayals are evolving.

Review: 'Anything for Jackson' is Mild, Silly

Review: 'Anything for Jackson' is Mild, Silly

MOVIES | By Kevin Taft | Dec 3, 2020

Why, oh why, do seemingly normal people always feel the need to summon Satan? I mean... do any of these people think it is going to end well?

Review: In 'Parallel,' Suspense, Smart Sci-fi are the Best Special Effects

Review: In 'Parallel,' Suspense, Smart Sci-fi are the Best Special Effects

MOVIES | By Kilian Melloy | Dec 3, 2020

A group of young tech bros (and one woman, an artist) living in Seattle discover a hidden attic and a mirror that acts as a portal to other universes in director Isaac Ezban's paranoia-infused sci-fi thriller.

'RuPaul's Drag Race' Judge Ross Mathews Sheds 50 Pounds

'RuPaul's Drag Race' Judge Ross Mathews Sheds 50 Pounds

CELEBRITIES | By Kilian Melloy | Dec 3, 2020

"RuPaul's Drag Race" judge Ross Mathews took to Instagram to share his svelte new look after dropping 50 pounds since June in order to "reclaim his health" after his mother's death.

Gloria Estefan Reveals She Caught COVID-19, is Now Recovered

Gloria Estefan Reveals She Caught COVID-19, is Now Recovered

CELEBRITIES | By Adriana Gomez Licon | Dec 3, 2020

Singer and businesswoman Gloria Estefan said on Wednesday that she spent much of November in isolation after testing positive for COVID-19, days after dining outdoors at a Miami-area restaurant.

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