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In Moving Post, 'American Crime' Star Connor Jessup Comes Out as Gay

Naomi Wolf Promotes New Book Delayed in the US by Errors

Actor Connor Jessup, who starred in two seasons of ABC's critically acclaimed series "American Crime" and the queer film "Closet Monster," took to Instagra...

'Euphoria' Star Jacob Elordi Opens Up About Wild Locker Room Scene, Toxic Masculinity

'Euphoria' Star Jacob Elordi Opens Up About Wild Locker Room Scene, Toxic Masculinity

Jun 25
Actor Jacob Elordi is talking with The Hollywood Reporter, sharing his thoughts about starring in the new HBO teen drama "Euphoria" and his latest scene involving appearing with a number of naked men.

Watch: Mexican Telenovela Makes History with First Gay Couple as Stars

Watch: Mexican Telenovela Makes History with First Gay Couple as Stars

By Sam Cronin | Jun 25
Televisa is airing the premiere of its new telenovela, "Juntos, El Corazon Nunca se Equivoca" (Together, the Heart is Never Wrong) on Sunday. The series is set to be the first with a gay couple as the leading characters. Watch the trailers here.

Ryan Murphy Directing Film of Queer Musical 'The Prom' with Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, Ariana Grande & More

Ryan Murphy Directing Film of Queer Musical 'The Prom' with Meryl Streep, Nicole Kidman, Ariana Grande & More

Jun 25
Ryan Murphy has been with Netflix for less than a year but his newest project is huge: After revealing he'd be directing and producing a film version of the Broadway hit LGBTQ musical "The Prom."

Dionne Warwick — She's Back, on Tour with a New Album

Dionne Warwick — She's Back, on Tour with a New Album

By Steve Duffy | Jun 25
Dionne Warwick's new album trumpets her return with the title "She's Back." EDGE caught up with the pop star as she continues her current U.S. tour.

 Review :: Little

Review :: Little

By Padraic Maroney | Jun 25
An uneven script is the film's real problem: Too much is going on, and the laughs dry up way too early.