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Talking 'Departure' - Sex & Coming-of-Age in the South of France

Talking 'Departure' - Sex & Coming-of-Age in the South of France

By Frank J. Avella | Mar 20
Writer-director Andrew Steggall has fashioned a cinematic coming out poem "Departure." EDGE spoke to Steggall & the film's lead, up-and-coming actor Alex Lawther about the film (now out on DVD and VOD).

Kuwait Censors Pull Disney's 'Beauty and the Beast' for Edits

Kuwait Censors Pull Disney's 'Beauty and the Beast' for Edits

By Hussain Al-Qatari | Mar 20
Disney's new Beauty and the Beast has been pulled from cinemas in Kuwait after censors raised concerns over the film's content.

New 'Power Rangers' Movie Features First Queer Superhero

New 'Power Rangers' Movie Features First Queer Superhero

Mar 20
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the upcoming film "Power Rangers," a reboot of the classic 90s kids' show, features a main character who is queer. THR writes this is "the first big-budget superhero movie to feature an LGBT protagonist."

Luke Evans Downplays 'Gay Moment' in 'Beauty and the Beast,' Says Gaston & LeFou are 'Just Friends'

Luke Evans Downplays 'Gay Moment' in 'Beauty and the Beast,' Says Gaston & LeFou are 'Just Friends'

Mar 20
Luke Evans, who plays Gaston in the new "Beauty and the Beast," said LeFou is not gay and that the characters are "just good friends."

Watch: Randy Rainbow Takes on the 'Beauty and the Beast' Boycott with 'Kill the Release'

Watch: Randy Rainbow Takes on the 'Beauty and the Beast' Boycott with 'Kill the Release'

Mar 20
Debuting as an OpEd for the online version of The New York Times titled "The Terrifying, Tolerance-Promoting 'Beauty and the Beast," Randy Rainbow appears as villain Gaston from the classic tale, singing "Kill the Release."

'Beauty and the Beast' Roars with Monstrous $170M Debut

'Beauty and the Beast' Roars with Monstrous $170M Debut

By Jake Coyle | Mar 19
Disney's live-action "Beauty" was a beast at the box office, opening with an estimated $170 million in North American ticket sales and setting a new high mark for family movies.

Florida Actor Patrick Decile Lands the Role of A Lifetime in Oscar Winner 'Moonlight'

Florida Actor Patrick Decile Lands the Role of A Lifetime in Oscar Winner 'Moonlight'

By Ian Maloney | Mar 18
Patrick Decile was a teenage college student at Broward College when his Intro to Acting instructor told him about an opportunity to audition for a movie that was being made in Miami. The movie, it turns out was "Moonlight."

Hillary Clinton Says She's 'Ready to Come Out of the Woods'

Hillary Clinton Says She's 'Ready to Come Out of the Woods'

By Michael Rubinkam | Mar 18
Hillary Clinton said Friday she's "ready to come out of the woods" and help Americans find common ground.

François Ozon on 'Frantz,' his Daring WWI Saga

François Ozon on 'Frantz,' his Daring WWI Saga

By Frank J. Avella | Mar 17
François Ozon is one of today's most intriguing filmmakers whose movies often deal with themes of longing and repressed desire, usually touching on gay themes if not a gay sensibility. EDGE spoke to Ozon about his latest, "Frantz," in theaters this week.

 Review :: Song to Song

Review :: Song to Song

By Kevin Taft | Mar 17
Malick's latest plays like an overlong perfume ad about couples who can't stop spinning and touching things.

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