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Watch: Velma Is Officially Gay in New 'Scooby-Doo' Film

Watch: Velma Is Officially Gay in New 'Scooby-Doo' Film

By Emell Adolphus | Oct 4, 2022

In the brand new "Trick or Treat Scooby-Doo!" film, Velma is officially a lesbian and the fans are loving it.

Queering Cinema: Anthony Perkins and 'Psycho'

Queering Cinema: Anthony Perkins and 'Psycho'

By Robert Nesti | Oct 4, 2022

Anthony Perkins was the boy next door... then came "Psycho."

Gay Twitter Reacts to Billy Eichner's 'Bros' Flopping at Box Office

Gay Twitter Reacts to Billy Eichner's 'Bros' Flopping at Box Office

Oct 4, 2022

Gay Twitter had a lot of thoughts on Billy Eichner's new LGBTQ+ romcom "Bros" flopping at the box office and the out comedian's remarks blaming straight people and homophobia for it underperforming.

Will Smith's 'Emancipation' Gets Release Date, Post-slap

Will Smith's 'Emancipation' Gets Release Date, Post-slap

By Jake Coyle | Oct 4, 2022

After holding "Emancipation" in limbo following Will Smith's slap of Chris Rock at the Academy Awards in March, Apple will release the actor's next big project this December.

Queering Cinema: Remembering Queer Gem 'Edge of Seventeen'

Queering Cinema: Remembering Queer Gem 'Edge of Seventeen'

Oct 3, 2022

Over 20 years since its release, we're looking back at the forgotten queer classic coming-of-age dramedy, "Edge of Seventeen."

Watch: 'My Policeman' Director Shares What Harry Styles Watched to Prepare Sex Scenes

Watch: 'My Policeman' Director Shares What Harry Styles Watched to Prepare Sex Scenes

By Emell Adolphus | Oct 3, 2022

The director of upcoming "My Policeman" reveals the movies Harry Styles watched to prepare for his sex scenes. Julie Christie and Donald Sutherland's love scene in "Don't Look Now" was reportedly some inspiration, among others.

Thirst Trapping with Ryan Faucett — the Hot Bro from 'Bros'

Thirst Trapping with Ryan Faucett — the Hot Bro from 'Bros'

Oct 3, 2022

About midway through "Bros" actor Ryan Faucett makes a memorable appearance in the gay rom-com.

Here's What EDGE Recommends at the Seattle Queer Film Festival

Here's What EDGE Recommends at the Seattle Queer Film Festival

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 3, 2022

The LGBTQ+ Festival celebration continues with the 27th annual Seattle Queer Film Festival, showcasing a slew of fest favorites and some exciting new titles as well. Here are our top recommendations.

Why Did 'Bros' Fail at the Box Office?

Why Did 'Bros' Fail at the Box Office?

Oct 3, 2022

Few films seemed poised for success as "Bros," the Billy Eichnher-helmed gay-rom com. But it opened to a disappointing box office. What is the reason?

Renee Zellweger 'Loved' Sexy Joke in 'Bros' that Borrows Her Name

Renee Zellweger 'Loved' Sexy Joke in 'Bros' that Borrows Her Name

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 2, 2022

Billy Eichner dreamed up a cheeky joke for his rom-com "Bros" that name-checks Renee Zellweger — and the "Bridget Jones" actor "loved it."

Queering Cinema: Director William Friedkin's 'Cruising,' 'To Live and Die in LA' and 'Bug'

Queering Cinema: Director William Friedkin's 'Cruising,' 'To Live and Die in LA' and 'Bug'

By Jason St. Amand | Oct 2, 2022

Queerness can show up in the most unlikely of places, so we're taking a look at filmmaker William Friedkin's thrilling and sometimes horrific movies "Cruising," "To Live and Die in L.A." and "Bug."

'Bros' Debuts at No. 4 'Smile' Grins at No. 1 at Box Office

'Bros' Debuts at No. 4 'Smile' Grins at No. 1 at Box Office

By Lindsey Bahr | Oct 2, 2022

Universal's " Bros " launched with an estimated $4.8 million to take fourth place behind "Don't Worry Darling" ($7.3 million) and "The Woman King" ($7 million). But opening weekends likely aren't the final word on either "Bros" or "Smile."

What to See at This Year's Newfest LGBTQ+ Film Festival

What to See at This Year's Newfest LGBTQ+ Film Festival

By Frank J. Avella | Oct 2, 2022

There's much to enjoy at Newfest, from Opening Night's doc about the mother of out screenwriter Dustin Lance Black, to the Harry Styles flick "My Policeman," to 130 other films from 23 countries.

'Bros' Star Luke Macfarlane Talks Masculinity and Gay Identity

'Bros' Star Luke Macfarlane Talks Masculinity and Gay Identity

Oct 2, 2022

Luke Macfarlane, the "Bros" star says he really connected with his character in the upcoming film and how toxic masculinity "shuts him off a little bit from finding his authentic self."

'Monumental Moment.' Billy Eichner on Remaking the Rom-Com

'Monumental Moment.' Billy Eichner on Remaking the Rom-Com

By Jake Coyle | Oct 2, 2022

But as much as "Billy on the Street" seemed like Eichner as himself out in the real world of midtown Manhattan, his new movie , "Bros" (in theaters Sept. 30), is a far clearer picture of who Eichner is as a comedian, actor, screenwriter and gay man.

Queering Cinema: 'There's No Business Like Show Business'

Queering Cinema: 'There's No Business Like Show Business'

By Robert Nesti | Oct 2, 2022

On the surface, "There's No Business Like Show Business" appears to be a standard, family musical. But a look deeper proves it to be one of the queerest films of the 1950s.

Review: Hilarious 'Bros' Exceeds Expectations

Review: Hilarious 'Bros' Exceeds Expectations

By Robert Nesti | Oct 1, 2022

"Bros" is that rarity — a Zeitgeist comedy that succeeds by being authentic.

Review: The Magic's Gone in 'Hocus Pocus 2'

Review: The Magic's Gone in 'Hocus Pocus 2'

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 1, 2022

Watch out, trick-or-treaters: The Sanderson Sisters are back in a stale sequel that's not worth opening your candy bags to collect.

'Bros' - Billy Eichner and Luke MacFarlane on Their Big Gay Rom-com

'Bros' - Billy Eichner and Luke MacFarlane on Their Big Gay Rom-com

By Brian Bromberger | Oct 1, 2022

Promoted as the first romantic comedy from a major studio (Universal) about two gay men and the first studio film in history with an entirely LGBTQ principal cast, "Bros" finally arrives in San Francisco on September 29.

Review: 'Blonde' a Vapid, Hollow Shell

Review: 'Blonde' a Vapid, Hollow Shell

By Megan Kearns | Oct 1, 2022

Ana de Armas stars as Marilyn Monroe in Andrew Dominik's vapid adaptation of Joyce Carol Oates's novel. Aiming to immerse the audience in Marilyn Monroe's mindset, it ultimately exploits and misunderstands the superstar.

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