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Pop Culturing: 'I May Destroy You' May Destroy You, but it's Vital TV

Watch: Randy Rainbow Wishes Chris Cuomo A Happy 50th with Musical Video Message

By Jason St. Amand |
Michaela Coel's incredibly impressive new series "I May Destroy You," currently airing on HBO, is the best and most important TV show of 2020 so far.

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After Turning Heads While Jogging, Shia LaBouef Wants to Play LGBTQ Character in New Marvel Film

After Turning Heads While Jogging, Shia LaBouef Wants to Play LGBTQ Character in New Marvel Film

Aug 12
Check out the pic of Shia LaBeouf jogging and read about how he wants to play a LGBTQ character in new Marvel film.

Zac Efron to Star in Remake of 'Three Men and a Baby'

Zac Efron to Star in Remake of 'Three Men and a Baby'

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Aug 11
Superstar Zac Efron ("Hairspray" and "High School Musical") has signed on to star in a remake of the 1987 hit film "Three Men and a Baby" with Disney.

The 22nd Edition of OUTShine LGBTQ Film Festival Kicks Off Aug. 20

The 22nd Edition of OUTShine LGBTQ Film Festival Kicks Off Aug. 20

Aug 11
"Stage Mother," a new comedy-drama, will kick-off the 22nd edition of the OUTshine LGBTQ+ Film Festival on Thursday, August 20, at 7 p.m.

2020 Outfest LGBTQ Film Festival Goes Virtual & Announces Full Lineup

2020 Outfest LGBTQ Film Festival Goes Virtual & Announces Full Lineup

Aug 11
Outfest debuts an outdoor program and streaming platform to bring 160+ films, including 35 world premieres, 10 North American premieres and 4 U.S. premieres to Los Angeles for 2020.

Review: Where is the Horror in 'The Wretched?'

Review: Where is the Horror in 'The Wretched?'

By Ken Tasho | Aug 11
IFC Films new Blu-ray will likely be popular among horror fans who like non-scary sequences and fairy tale stories.

Review: In A New Blu-ray Edition, 'Diva' Never Looked Better

Review: In A New Blu-ray Edition, 'Diva' Never Looked Better

By Sam Cohen | Aug 11
Jean-Jacques Beineix's 1981 film "Diva" is now available on Blu-ray from Kino Lorber Studio Classics with a bevy of special features. The shining star of the cinéma du look movement has never looked better.

First Look: 'The Man Behind the Makeup'

First Look: 'The Man Behind the Makeup'

Aug 11
For more than 50 years, Jerome Alexander has brought out the beauty in women by teaching them to become their own makeup artists. "The Man Behind the Makeup" documentary short film chronicles his life, career and how he changed the beauty world forever.

Watch: Madonna is Working on a Screenplay with 'Juno' Writer Diablo Cody

Watch: Madonna is Working on a Screenplay with 'Juno' Writer Diablo Cody

Aug 10
Taking to Instagram over the weekend, Madonna revealed she's working on a screenplay with "Juno" writer Diablo Cody.

American Black Film Festival 2020 Announces Robust Slate of Speakers

American Black Film Festival 2020 Announces Robust Slate of Speakers

Aug 10
The first virtual edition of the American Black Film Festival (ABFF), now in its 24th year, will feature a robust slate of speakers. The festival will offer a mix of live and on-demand content from August 21st to 30th.

Review: 'Coma' Offers Familiar Dreams, Fresh Realities

Review: 'Coma' Offers Familiar Dreams, Fresh Realities

By Kevin Taft | Aug 7
Russia first sent us "Sputnik," and now it sends us into a "Coma" with a visually stunning world that doesn't always hit the mark but offers us something to wake us up and take notice.

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