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Billy Eichner Gets Lean and Thirst Traps for the New Year

Billy Eichner Gets Lean and Thirst Traps for the New Year

By Emell Adolphus | Jan 9, 2022

Billy Eichner celebrated the new year by posting a selection of his favorite photos of 2021 on Instagram, which included a thirst trap that celebrates his body transformation.

Rooney Mara Is Audrey Hepburn in Upcoming Apple Biopic

Rooney Mara Is Audrey Hepburn in Upcoming Apple Biopic

By Emell Adolphus | Jan 9, 2022

The film, in the works for Apple streaming, will be directed by Oscar-nominated "Call Me by Your Name" director Luca Guadagnino.

'Spider-Man' Stays at No. 1 in 4th Weekend

'Spider-Man' Stays at No. 1 in 4th Weekend

By Lindsey Bahr | Jan 9, 2022

The glamorous spies of "The 355" were no competition for the movie theater's reigning webslinger.

Cate Blanchett to Star in Pedro Almodóvar's First English-Language Feature Film

Cate Blanchett to Star in Pedro Almodóvar's First English-Language Feature Film

Jan 9, 2022

One of the world's greatest actors has signed on to work with one of the world's greatest directors: Cate Blanchett is collaborating with Pedro Almodóvar on the Spanish director's first English-language feature film.

Chris Evans as Gene Kelly? Actor Plans Original Musical Where He Plays the Dance Icon

Chris Evans as Gene Kelly? Actor Plans Original Musical Where He Plays the Dance Icon

Jan 9, 2022

Chris Evans announced plans to play Hollywood dance icon Gene Kelly in an original film project.

What Were the 10 Sexiest Gay Love Scenes of 2021?

What Were the 10 Sexiest Gay Love Scenes of 2021?

By Frank J. Avella | Jan 8, 2022

This year has provided a cornucopia of sexy moments in gay-themed cinema. Here is a list of some of the best male-avec-male moments in 2021.

Pixar's 'Turning Red' to Debut Directly on Disney+

Pixar's 'Turning Red' to Debut Directly on Disney+

Jan 8, 2022

The third straight Pixar feature film will go straight to Disney+, the Walt Disney Co. announced Friday.

Review: Women in the Forefront of the Action in 'The 355'

Review: Women in the Forefront of the Action in 'The 355'

By Kitty Drexel | Jan 7, 2022

A fun, energy-packed action-adventure movie for the ladies that is equal to any male-centric action franchise.

Review: 'See For Me' Doesn't Sustain the Tension it Needs to Be Truly Visionary

Review: 'See For Me' Doesn't Sustain the Tension it Needs to Be Truly Visionary

By Kevin Taft | Jan 7, 2022

This blind invasion thriller never quite comes into focus.

Disney Film 'Luca' Was Almost a Gay Romance Movie

Disney Film 'Luca' Was Almost a Gay Romance Movie

By Emell Adolphus | Jan 7, 2022

Director Enrico Casarosa says there was a discussion with Disney about putting "Luca's" two main characters in a romantic relationship.

'Cicada' - Love Takes Wing

'Cicada' - Love Takes Wing

By Gregg Shapiro | Jan 5, 2022

When a film opens with the tagline "Based on true events," it's an attention-grabbing move. Writer/co-director/actor Matt Fifer takes that step with his full-length feature debut 'Cicada,' with additional story by his co-star Sheldon D. Brown.

The 10 Sexiest Performances of 2021 (Plus Valuable Players)

The 10 Sexiest Performances of 2021 (Plus Valuable Players)

By Frank J. Avella | Jan 4, 2022

Sexy means different things to different people. And nudity doesn't always mean sexy. Here is a very subjective look at the sexiest performances on film this year... and the runners-up.

Review: 'King Richard' Tells the Story of Venus and Serena Williams' Rise

Review: 'King Richard' Tells the Story of Venus and Serena Williams' Rise

By JC Alvarez | Jan 4, 2022

Will Smith stars in the sports biopic "King Richard," about Richard Williams, the father of tennis phenoms Venus and Serena.

Review: 'Ghostbusters: Afterlife' Has the Perfect Mix of Magic and Mirth

Review: 'Ghostbusters: Afterlife' Has the Perfect Mix of Magic and Mirth

By JC Alvarez | Jan 4, 2022

Everyone's favorite supernatural investigators are back on the scene (sort of) in an homage to the first two films. Jason Reitman directs, and Paul Rudd stars.

Review: 'Last Night in Soho' Oozes Style, Not Enough Substance

Review: 'Last Night in Soho' Oozes Style, Not Enough Substance

By Megan Kearns | Jan 4, 2022

Edgar Wright's time-travel horror film boasts an infectious 1960s soundtrack, fluid cinematography, and stunning production design. But the characters, and the theme of misogyny, lack depth.

The 10 Best Gay-Themed Films of 2021

The 10 Best Gay-Themed Films of 2021

By Frank J. Avella | Jan 3, 2022

In his inclusive list, EDGE contributor Frank J. Avella picks the best Gay-Themed films of 2021.

Serendipity Strikes for Simon Rex as an Adult-Film Antihero

Serendipity Strikes for Simon Rex as an Adult-Film Antihero

By Jake Coyle | Jan 3, 2022

Simon Rex, in town for the recent Gotham Awards, where he was nominated for outstanding lead performance in "Red Rocket," was comparing today's pandemic-scarred New York with the city he knew in the 1990s as a VJ on MTV.

Kilian Melloy's Top 12 Movies of 2021

Kilian Melloy's Top 12 Movies of 2021

By Kilian Melloy | Jan 3, 2022

EDGE contributor Killian Melloy looks back at his choices for the top films of 2021.

Review: 'The Lost Daughter' an Impressive Directorial Debut

Review: 'The Lost Daughter' an Impressive Directorial Debut

By Karin McKie | Jan 3, 2022

Maggie Gyllenhaal makes an impressive directorial debut with her co-adaption of Elena Ferrante's novel "The Lost Daughter."

Review: Criterion's 4K of 'Mulholland Drive' Well Worth It

Review: Criterion's 4K of 'Mulholland Drive' Well Worth It

By Greg Vellante | Jan 3, 2022

Filled with vibrant colors, images both glorious and macabre, and a stupendous aural palette, "Mulholland Drive" is 100% worthy of being one of the pioneering titles in Criterion's venture into 4K.

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