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

'Transparent' Creator Jill Soloway Replaces Director Bryan Singer for 'Red Sonja'

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 appeari...

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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."

 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.

 Review :: Dumbo

Review :: Dumbo

By JC Alvarez | Jun 25
The Disney classic gets a complete redux in "Dumbo" on Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD, directed by Tim Burton and starring everyone's favorite flying baby elephant!

 Review :: Scream, Queen! My Nightmare On Elm Street

Review :: Scream, Queen! My Nightmare On Elm Street

By Kevin Taft | Jun 25
A vivid and layered look at actor Mark Patton's fall from the limelight because of homophobia related to a panned sequel to a popular horror film franchise.

 Review :: Seahorse

Review :: Seahorse

By Roger Walker-Dack | Jun 25
A touching documentary about trans man Freddy McConnell, who gave birth.

 Review :: The Wild Heart / Gone to Earth

Review :: The Wild Heart / Gone to Earth

By Sam Cohen | Jun 25
Directors Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger's 1950 romance "Gone to Earth" is finally available on Blu-ray with an incredible release by Kino Lorber and their Studio Classics label.

 Review :: Fatso

Review :: Fatso

By Michael Cox | Jun 25
Anne Bancroft's writing and directing debut addresses many pertinent issues — addiction, fat shaming, overeating and health — all in a surprisingly profound way. But it also boasts an array of perfectly timed side-gags that are rarely seen in modern film.

 Review :: The Green Inferno (Collector's Edition)

Review :: The Green Inferno (Collector's Edition)

By Ken Tasho | Jun 25
Unlike a scant 2016 Blu-ray release from Universal, Shout Factory (under the Scream Factory imprint) offers up a slew of special features to fans of Eli Roth's horror film.

 Review :: Fabulous

Review :: Fabulous

By Noe Kamelamela | Jun 24
Lasseindra Ninja brings vogue to young queer folk of French Guiana in "Fabulous."

 Review :: Guest Artist

Review :: Guest Artist

By Sam Cohen | Jun 24
"Guest Artist" may not work as a great adaptation, but it stands as a testament to the importance of communal art.

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