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Jonathan Van Ness Wants to Talk About his HIV Status

'Bachelor in Paradise' Sees Franchise's First Same-Sex Couple Engaged

When fans of "Queer Eye's" Jonathan Van Ness read his upcoming memoir "Over the Top," due out on September 24, they will likely be surprised by his frankne...

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Joaquin Phoenix Finds His Post-'Joker' Role with Mike Mills Project

Joaquin Phoenix Finds His Post-'Joker' Role with Mike Mills Project

Sep 23
Ahead of the wide release of "Joker" Joaquin Phoenix, who plays the titular villain, has already picked his next project.

 Review :: You Don't Nomi

Review :: You Don't Nomi

By Sam Cohen | Sep 23
Jeffrey McHale's "You Don't Nomi" is a breathlessly detailed documentary about one of the most unfairly maligned movies in history, Paul Verhoeven's "Showgirls."

 Review :: 5B

Review :: 5B

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 23
Paul Haggis and Dan Krauss turn their lens on a little-known — but deeply impactful — aspect of the AIDS crisis with their documentary about the first depicted AIDS ward and its long-term impact of medical care as a whole.

On the DL in 'Downton Abbey' — About that Gay Bar Scene

On the DL in 'Downton Abbey' — About that Gay Bar Scene

Sep 23
By far the most tweeted about scene in the hit, lavish film of "Downton Abbey" follows what happens when butler Tom Barrow (Rob James-Collier) goes on the DL and is picked up by a man in a pub who takes him to a crowded gay speakeasy.

'Downton Abbey' Overpowers Brad Pitt, Rambo at Box Office

'Downton Abbey' Overpowers Brad Pitt, Rambo at Box Office

By Jake Coyle | Sep 22
Brad Pitt's "Ad Astra" and Sylvester Stallone's "Rambo: Last Blood" were no match for "Downton Abbey" at the box office.

 Review :: Steam Room Stories: The Movie

Review :: Steam Room Stories: The Movie

By Roger Walker-Dack | Sep 22
The latest J C Calciano boy-lite comedy is no laughing matter.

 Review :: Good Kisser

Review :: Good Kisser

By Eddie Shapiro | Sep 22
Two women embark on their first-time three-way, but the numbers don't quite add up.

 Review :: Sequin In A Blue Room

Review :: Sequin In A Blue Room

By Rob Lester | Sep 22
Sequin is a 16-year-old on the fast track to trouble with a one-track mind: Hunting for sex, sex, sex all the time. And that's made oh-so-easy by his ever-present cell phone's apps.

 Review :: For They Know Not What They Do

Review :: For They Know Not What They Do

By Louise Adams | Sep 22
Daniel G. Karslake presents a poignant documentary look at the impact of conversion therapy and evangelical zealotry on four LGBTQ families.

 Review :: Where Do We Go From Here?

Review :: Where Do We Go From Here?

By Kilian Melloy | Sep 21
Writer-director Anthony Meindl puts a human face — a group of human faces, actually — on the epidemic of gun violence that plagues the United States with this anthology film, in which three parallel stories unfold while historic tragedies loom.

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